Health Equity Monitor
Inequality in births attended by skilled health personnel: The proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel in 77 low- and middle-income countries demonstrated a gradient across wealth quintiles. Median coverage in the poorest quintiles, middle quintiles and richest quintiles were 47%, 76%, and 95%, respectively.
Towards universal health coverage
37 out of 42countries would be at least 25% closer to universal coverage in reproductive, maternal and child health services by eliminating within-country inequalityTowards equitable universal coverage in reproductive, maternal and child health services
88 vs 69deaths per 1000 live births illustrates the under-five mortality rates in rural vs. urban areas in 48 low- and middle-income countriesUnder-five mortality rate: inequality by area of residence
Reproductive health services
16% vs 34%shows modern contraceptive prevalence for women with no education vs. secondary or higher education in 65 low- and middle-income countriesModern contraceptive use: inequality by education level