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INDONESIA Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia DEMOGRAPHICS DEMOGRAPHICS DEMOGRAPHICS DEMOGRAPHICS DEMOGRAPHICS DEMOGRAPHICS Under-five mortality rate Causes of under-five deaths, 2004 Causes of under-five deaths, 2004 Total population (000) Total population (000) 227,345 227,345 (2008) (2008) Deaths per 1,000 live births Under-five mortality rate Under-five mortality rate Causes of under-five deaths, 2004 Causes of under-five deaths, 2004 Others Total population (000) Total population (000) 227,345 227,345 (2008) (2008) Under-five mortality rate Others 11% Causes of under-five deaths, 2004 Malaria of Total under-five population (000) Total under-five population (000) Total population (000) Total population (000) 20,89120,891 227,345 227,345 (2008) (2008) (2008) (2008) Under-five1,000 live births Deaths per mortality rate Deaths per 1,000 live births Causes 1% under-five deaths, 2004 Malaria 11% 120 Deaths per 1,000 live births 1% Others 11% Others 11% Total under-five population (000) Total under-five population (000) 20,891 20,891 (2008) (2008) Deaths per 1,000 live births Total number ofpopulation (000) births (000) Total number of births (000)(000) 4,2204,220 (2008) (2008) 120 120 Malaria 1% Malaria 1% Others 11% Others 11% Total under-five Total under-five population 20,891 20,891 (2008) (2008) Malaria 1% Pneumonia Pneumonia Malaria 1% 120 120 Total number of births (000) Total number of births (000) 4,220 4,220 (2008) (2008) 86 8% 8% Under-five mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) 4,220 41 Under-five mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) Total number of births (000) 41 (2008) (2008) (2008) Pneumonia Pneumonia Neonatal Total number of births (000) 4,220 (2008) 80 Pneumonia Globally, 86 86 Pneumonia 8% 8% Globally, 41% Neonatal Neonatal Under-five mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) Under-five mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) 4141 (2008) (2008) more than Total number ofof under-five 1,000 live births) Under-five mortality rate (per deaths live births) Total number under-five(per 1,000 (000) Under-five mortality rate deaths (000) 173 173 41 41 (2008) (2008) (2008) (2008) 80 86 80 86 Injuries 17% 8% 8% Globally, Globally, undernutrition Neonatal Neonatal 41% 41% 80 Injuries oneGlobally, third of 80 Injuries 17% Injuries 17% more than more than Globally, contributesthanmore 41% Total number of under-five deaths (000) Total number of under-five deaths (000) 173 173 (2008) (2008) 41 17% childmore toare onedeathsof onethird of third 41% Total mortality under-five deathslive births) Infantnumber of under-five 1,000 (000) Total mortality rate (per deaths births) Infantnumber of rate (per 1,000 live (000) 173 31 31 173 (2008) (2008) (2008) Injuries 17% Injuries17% more thanto attributable are (2008) 40 29 thanonedeathsof of one third one third child deaths are child third of Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) 31 31 (2008) (2008) 41 41 undernutrition 41 childdeathsto child deaths attributable are attributable to child deaths are Neonatal mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 1,000 births) Neonatal mortality rate 1,000live births)births) Infant mortality rate (per (per live live 17 17 31 31 (2004) (2004) (2008) (2008) 40 40 41 29 29 40 Measles 9% undernutritionto attributable undernutrition attributable to Neonatal 40 MDG 29 29 Neonatal mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) Neonatal mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) 17 17 (2004) (2004) undernutrition undernutrition 41% HIV prevalence raterate(15–491,000live births) Measles 9% Measles 9% Neonatal mortality (15-49 years, HIV prevalence rate (per 1,000%)live births) Neonatal mortality rate (per years, %) 0.2 0.2 17 17 (2007) (2007) (2004) (2004) Target Measles 9% 0 MDG MDG Measles 9% Measles Diarrhoea HIV prevalence rate (15-49 years, %) HIV prevalence rate (15-49 years, %) 0.2 0.2 (2007) (2007) MDG Target Target MDG 9% HIV/AIDS 0% Population belowrate (15-49 years, %) HIV prevalence international 0.2 (2007) 1990 00 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 13% Diarrhoea Diarrhoea HIV prevalence rate (15-49 years, %) Population below international 0.2- (2007) - Target Target Diarrhoea poverty linebelow international (%) Population ofof US$1.25 per day US$1.25 per day Population below international (%) - - 00 Diarrhoea Diarrhoea 13% 13% HIV/AIDS 0% HIV/AIDS 0% poverty line 1990 1990 1995 1995 2000 2000 2005 2005 2010 2010 2015 2015 -- -- Source: IGME 2009 Source: WHO 2008 HIV/AIDS 0% 13% poverty linebelow international Population of US$1.25 per day poverty linebelow international (%) Population of US$1.25 per day (%) - - -- 1990 1990 1995 1995 2000 2000 2005 2005 2010 2010 2015 2015 13% 13% Source: WHO 2008 HIV/AIDS 0% povertyline of US$1.25 per day (%) poverty line of US$1.25 per day (%) Source: IGME 2009 Source: IGME 2009 Source: WHO 2008 Source: WHO 2008 Source: IGME 2009 Source: IGME 2009 Source: WHO 2008 Source: WHO 2008 NUTRITIONAL STATUS NUTRITIONAL STATUS NUTRITIONAL STATUS NUTRITIONAL STATUSBurden of undernutritionSTATUS NUTRITIONAL (2008) NUTRITIONAL STATUS Stunted (under-fives, 000): 7,688  Underweight (under-fives, 000): 3,844 Burden of undernutrition (2008)WHO Child Growth Standards (2008) Stunted (under-fives, 000): 7,688 Underweight (under-fives, 000): 3,844Burden of undernutrition (2008)Burden of undernutritionWHO Child Growth Standards Share of(under-fives,world stunting burden (%): Stunted developing 000): Stunted (under-fives, 000): 7,688  Wasted (under-fives, 000): 000): 7,688  Underweight (under-fives, 000): 3.9  Underweight (under-fives, 3,844  3,844  2,841 Burden of Growth Standards (2008) Burden of undernutritionWHO Child Growth Standards (2008)WHO Child undernutrition Share of developing worldcountry rank: 000):stuntingburden (%): Stunted (under-fives,000): Stunted stunting Share of (under-fives, world (%): 7,688  Wasted (under-fives, 000): 000): 7,688  Underweight 000): Underweight (under-fives, Wasted (under-fives, (under-fives, 000): 3,844  3,844  WHO Child Growth StandardsWHO Child Growth Standards Stunting developingburdenstunting burden (%): Share of developingworld 3.9 3.9  Severely (under-fives, 000): 000): 3.9  Wasted wasted (under-fives, 5  2,841 2,841  2,841  1,295  Share of developing world stunting burden (%): Share of developing world stunting burden (%): 3.9  Wasted (under-fives, 000): 3.9  Wasted (under-fives, 000): 2,841  2,841  Stunting country rank: Stunting country rank: Stunting country rank: 5 SeverelySeverely wasted (under-fives, 000): wasted (under-fives, 000): 000): 5  Severely wasted (under-fives, 5  1,295 1,295  1,295  Stunting country rank: Stunting country rank: 5  Severely wasted (under-fives, 000): 5  Severely wasted (under-fives, 000): 1,295  1,295 Current nutritional status Stunting trends Underweight trendsPercentage of children status old suffering from:Current nutritional < 5 yearsCurrent nutritional status Percentagetrends Stunting trends Stunting of children < 5 years old stunted Underweight trends Underweight trends Percentage of children < 5 years oldPercentage of children status Current nutritional < 5 yearsPercentage of children status old suffering from:Current nutritional < 5 years old suffering from: Percentage trends Stunting of children < 5 Percentagetrends Stunting of children < 5 years old stunted NCHS reference populationyearsold stunted Underweight trends Underweightchildren < Growth Standards Percentage of trends underweight, WHO Child5 years old Percentage of children < 5 years oldPercentage of children < 55years old suffering from: Percentage of children < years old suffering from: 37 NCHS reference population yearsold stunted Percentage of children < 55years old stunted Percentage of children < NCHS reference population 100% On track towards MDG1 < 5Growthold Percentage of WHO Child 5years Standards underweight, children < years Standards Percentage of children underweight, WHO Child Growthold Stunting NCHS reference population NCHS reference population underweight, WHO Child Growth Standards underweight, WHO Child Growth Standards 37 37 100% 100% On track towards MDG1 On % 100 track towards MDG1 Stunting Stunting 37 37 80 100% 100% On track towards MDG1 On track towards MDG1 Stunting Stunting 100% 100% 80 80 80 100% 18 100% 60 80 80 80 80 Underweight 60 18 18 60 60 80 80 Underweight Underweight 18 18 40 60 60 60 Underweight 60 40 Underweight 42 60 60 14 WHO Child Growth Standards 40 40 Wasting 20 40 40 42 42 40 40 2040 14 14 NCHSChild Growth Standards WHO reference population WHO Child Growth Standards 42 42 40 27 23 18 Wasting Wasting 14 WHO Child Growth Standards 20 20 20 20 14 NCHSChild Growth Standards WHO reference population NCHS reference population 0 20 0 27 27 Wasting Wasting 20 20 20 23 23 18 18 NCHS reference population NCHS reference population 27 27 23 23 18 18 0 20 40 60 80 100% 00 1995 00 1995 2003 2007 00 20 20 40 40 60 60 80 80 100% 100% 00 MICS 1995 1995 00 Other NS 1995 1995 Other NS 2003 2003 Other NS 2007 2007Source: Other NS 200720 00 20 40 40 60 60 80 80 100% 100% 1995 1995 1995 1995 2003 2003 2007 2007 MICS MICS Other NS Other NS Other NS Other NS Other NS Other NSSource: Other NS 2007 Source: Other NS 2007 MICS MICS Other NS Other NS Other NS Other NS Other NS Other NS Source: Other NS 2007Source: Other NS 2007 INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDINGInfant feeding practices,YOUNG CHILD FEEDING INFANT AND by ageInfant feeding practices, by age Infant feeding practices, by age Infant feeding practices, by ageInfant feeding practices, by age 100% Weaned (not breastfed) Breastfed and 100% 100% non-milk liquids Weaned (not breastfed) Weaned (not breastfed) Breastfed and Breastfed and 100% 90 100% Breastfed (not breastfed) Weaned and solid/ Breastfed and Weaned (not breastfed) semi-solid foods Breastfedliquids non-milk liquids non-milk and plain 90 90 Breastfed and solid/ Breastfed and solid/ water onlyliquids non-milk non-milk liquids Breastfed and solid/ semi-solid and solid/ Breastfed and plain Breastfed and plain 90 80 90 Breastfed foods semi-solid foods Breastfed and other semi-solid foods Exclusively andplain water onlyand plain Breastfed water only Breastfed breastfed semi-solid foods water only 80 80 milk/formula water only breastfed 80 Breastfed and other Breastfed and other Exclusively breastfed Exclusively 70 80 Breastfed and other Breastfed and milk/formula other milk/formula Exclusively breastfed Exclusively breastfed 70 70 milk/formula milk/formula 70 60 Exclusive breastfeeding 70 60 60 Exclusive breastfeeding Exclusive breastfeeding Percentage of infants < 6 months old exclusively 60 50 60 Percentage breastfeeding Exclusive Percentage breastfeeding Exclusive of infants < 6 months old exclusively breastfed of infants < 6 months old exclusively breastfed of infants < 66months old exclusively Percentage of infants < months old exclusively Percentage breastfed 50 50 100% breastfed 50 40 breastfed 50 100% 100% 40 40 80 100% 100% 40 30 40 80 80 6080 30 30 80 63 30 20 30 60 60 4060 63 63 60 45 20 20 40 40 63 63 37 42 40 20 10 20 2040 45 45 32 40 37 37 42 42 40 40 10 10 20 20 45 45 42 42 32 32 0 37 37 40 40 10 0 10 20 20 32 32 000-1 2-3 4-5 6-7 8-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 00 1987 1991 1994 1997 2002- 2007 000-1 00 1987 DHS 1987 DHS 1991 1991 DHS 1994 1994 DHS 1997 1997 2003 2002- 2002- DHS 2007 2007 0-1 2-3 2-3 4-5 4-5 6-7 6-7 8-9 8-9 10-11 (months) age 10-11 12-13 12-13 14-15 14-15 16-17 16-17 18-19 18-19 20-21 20-21 22-23 22-23 0-1 2-3 4-5 6-7 8-9 10-11 (months) 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 1987 1987 DHS DHS 1991 1991 DHS DHS 1994 1994 DHS DHS 1997 1997 DHS DHS 2002- 2002- DHS 2003 2003 2007 2007 DHS DHS 0-1 2-3Source: DHS 2007 4-5 6-7 8-9 10-11 (months) age age 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 age (months) DHS DHS DHS DHS DHS DHS DHS DHS 2003 2003 DHS DHS DHS DHS age (months)Source: DHS 2007Source: DHS 2007 DHS DHS Source: DHS 2007Source: DHS 2007The Nutrition of Women and ChildrenThe Nutrition of Women and ChildrenThe Nutrition of Women and Children The Nutrition of Women and ChildrenThe Nutrition of Women and Children 58 Tracking Progress on Child and Maternal Nutrition

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