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Maternal Child Health Kenya

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Progress towards the MDGs and Key Interventions to reduce child mortality.
World Vision's Kenya.

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Maternal Child Health Kenya

  1. 1. MATERNAL CHILD HEALTH IN KENYA HEALTH INEQUALITY FOR MOTHERS AND CHILDREN
  2. 2. Millennium Development Goal #4: Child Health Reduce by two-thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the under-five mortality rate. Millennium Development Goal #5: Maternal Health Reduce by three quarters the maternal mortality ratio. The Millennium Development Goals
  3. 3. 1990 99/1000 2000 111/1000 2009 74/1000 Assessment of Progress No progress! Under 5 Mortality Rate UNICEF, WHO, World Bank & UNDESA 2011
  4. 4. Maternal Mortality Ratio 1990 400/100,000 2000 490/100,000 2010 360/100,000 Assessment of Progress Insufficient progress! WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA & World Bank 2012.
  5. 5. 189,000 children under five die each year in Kenya Neonatal Causes 31% of Under 5 mortality Source: World Health Statistics 2011, WHO
  6. 6. 189,000 children under five die each year in Kenya Diarrhea 20% 38,802 Source: World Health Statistics 2011, WHO
  7. 7. 189,000 children under five die each year in Kenya Pneumonia 16% 30,406 Diarrhea 20% 38,802 Source: World Health Statistics 2011, WHO
  8. 8. 189,000 children under five die each year in Kenya Pneumonia 16% 30,406 Diarrhea 20% Malaria 11% 20,666 Source: World Health Statistics 2011, WHO
  9. 9. 189,000 children under five die each year in Kenya Pneumonia 16% 30,406 Diarrhea 20% Malaria 11% }malnutrition lack of basic health-care lack of clean water/sanitation
  10. 10. skilled Attendants 13% Solutions are simple, affordable, doable
  11. 11. breast- Feeding 13% Solutions are simple, affordable, doable skilled attendants
  12. 12. bed nets 7% Solutions are simple, affordable, doable breast- feeding skilled attendants
  13. 13. water & sanitation 3% Solutions are simple, affordable, doable breast- feeding skilled attendants
  14. 14. immuniz- Ations 7% Solutions are simple, affordable, doable bed nets breast- feeding skilled attendants water & sanitation
  15. 15. Nutrition 20% Solutions are simple, affordable, doable immuniz- Ations 7%bed nets 7% breast- Feeding 13% skilled Attendants 13% water & sanitation 3% Source: WHO 2004
  16. 16. Promoting and protecting healthy mothers and children HEALTH RICH -Best Health Education - Awareness -Prevention -Treatment HEALTH POOR -Poor Health Education - Awareness -Prevention -Treatment
  17. 17. Promoting and protecting healthy mothers and children Kenya Achievements in Closing the Gap
  18. 18. Promoting and protecting healthy mothers and children MDG 4 2015 Target 29 Source: Levels and Trends in Child Mortality, UN-IGME Report 2012 _ _ _ _ U5MR _______ NMR 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 U5MR NNMR If recent trends continue To achieve MDG
  19. 19. Promoting and protecting healthy mothers and children Progress towards MDG4 in WHO African Region 13 countries are on track 24 countries have made insufficient progress 9 countries have made no progress 2006 2011 5 countries were on track 17 countries had made insufficient progress 24 countries had made no progress Source: UNICEF, WHO, World Bank, UNDESA. Levels and Trends in Child Mortality: Report 2012 - Estimates Developed by the United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation, New York, UNICEF 2012 Source: United Nations Children’s Fund, Progress for Children: a world fit for children statistical review, Number 6, UNICEF, New York, December 2007
  20. 20. Change happens when barriers are removed 1) We don’t need new medicines 2) We don’t need new promises 3) We just need the will to make it happen
  21. 21. How to close the gap Change happens when barriers are removed 1) Political will 2) Promotion of High Impact Interventions 3) Data collection systems 4) Post 2015 development agenda 5) Efforts to Families in real need
  22. 22. Promoting and protecting healthy mothers and children World Vision’s Contribution WorldVision Development Emergency Advocacy ChildWell Being Aspirations • Enjoy good health • Educated for life • Experience God’s love and from neighbors • Cared for, protected and participating Kenya Boys and Girls;
  23. 23. Promoting and protecting healthy mothers and children Kenya Maternal Newborn Child Health (MNCH) Malaria Nutrition HIV/AIDS Delivery Mode – Community Strategy * Budget: USD 17,304,789 FY 12 (KES 1.5Billion) WVK Health Programming
  24. 24. Promoting and protecting healthy mothers and children “Count Me In – I Want Children to Survive 5!”

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