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Demographic, socioeconomic and health situation in the African region

World Health Organization. Regional Office for Africa.

Demographic, socioeconomic and health situation in the African region

reference data at 1 July 1973. Results of a survey.

by World Health Organization. Regional Office for Africa.

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Published by WHO in Brazzaville .
Written in English


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Pagination69p.
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Health Africa collectively aspires to universal access to health care and coverage (i.e. securing access to promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative services at affordable cost). However, the various constraints in health financing are affecting the most vulnerable Africans, including youth. Socioeconomic characteristics of a population expressed statistically, such as age, sex, education level, income level, marital status, occupation, religion, birth rate, death rate, average size of a family, average age at marriage.A census is a collection of the demographic factors associated with every member of a population.

  Top 10 socio-economic problems in SA By Sakhekile Ngonyama, Lorraine - 19 October 1 ENDANGERED MARRIAGE LEGACY: South Africans appear to have departed from the state of being a loving, caring. Africa’s health vulnerabilities Covid is said to affect the elderly more, but this is cold comfort for Africa, which is a world region that has the youngest population compared to other world.

The study area comprised four health posts and two health centers with a total population of alm [27]. In , more than 80% of the Ethiopian population lived in a rural area, 26% of.   The relationship between population growth and growth of economic output has been studied extensively (Heady & Hodge, ).Many analysts believe that economic growth in high-income countries is likely to be relatively slow in coming years in part because population growth in these countries is predicted to slow considerably (Baker, Delong, & Krugman, ).


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Demographic, socioeconomic and health situation in the African region by World Health Organization. Regional Office for Africa. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Health inequities are increasingly becoming a major performance issue for ministries of health and governments and feature more prominently in the policy and political discourse in Member States in the African Region. Although economic benefits and scientific advances have increased the length and quality of life for many, still Demographic to The African Regional Health Report: The Health of the People.

The Health of the People is the first report to focus socioeconomic and health situation in the African region book the health of the million people living in the African Region of the World Health Organization.

While acknowledging that Africa confronts the world's most dramatic public health crisis, the report offers hope that over time the region can address the health challenges it. The population of Africa has grown rapidly over the past century and consequently shows a large youth bulge, further reinforced by a low life expectancy of below 50 years in some African countries.

Total population as of is estimated at more than billion, with a growth rate of more than % p.a. The total fertility rate (births per woman) for Sub-Saharan Africa is as of Density: 44 per sq km ( est.).

Methods. Data for 91 countries were obtained from United Nations agencies. The response variable was life expectancy, and the determinant factors were demographic events (total fertility rate and adolescent fertility rate), socioeconomic status (mean years of schooling and gross national income per capita), and health factors (physician density and human immunodeficiency virus Cited by:   Malaria is one of the most severe public health problems worldwide.

It is a leading cause of death and disease in many developing countries, where young children and pregnant women are the groups most affected. According to the World Health Organization’s World Malaria Report pdf icon external icon.

Nearly half the world’s population lives in areas at risk of malaria transmission in. The state of health in the WHO African Region: an analysis of the status of health, health services and health systems in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals ISBN To order copies of “ The Demographic Profile of African Countries” by the Economic Commission for Africa, please contact: Publications Section Economic Commission for Africa P.O.

Box Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Tel: + 11 Fax: + 11 Atlas of African Health Statistics Health situation analysis of the African Region 1. Health Status Indicators 2. Health Information Systems 3.

Health Policy 4. Health Services – Statistics & Numerical Data 5. Statistics 6. Atlases [Publication Type] 7. Africa I.

World Health Organization. Regional Office for Africa II. Title. Background. Global population of the aged is on the rise. Statistics of the past two decades present a surge in aged population across countries as a result of improved indices in life expectancy and slowed mortality globally [].In addition to these, improved health and economic growth in many developing countries have provided a favourable condition for this outcome.

Much of the region’s population lives in the margins of the mainstream economy, with no regular income nor guaranteed livelihoods. Poor health infrastructure in countries even in larger economies such as South Africa means that the poor and marginalized are at greater risk of dying from COVID related complications due to lack of access to.

Health Care in Africa People in Sub-Saharan Africa have the worst health, on average, in the world. The region has 11 percent of the world’s population but carries 24 percent of the global disease burden. With less than 1 percent of global health expenditure and only 3 percent of the world’s health workers, Africa accounts for almost half.

largest African American population according to the Census Bureau) NY - CA - TX - GA - FL - NC - IL - LA - MD - VA. Overview (Demographics): In Julymillion people in the United States were black alone, which represents percent of the total population.

African Americans are the second largest minority population, following the. Uganda’s economic freedom score ismaking its economy the nd freest in the Index. Its overall score has decreased by point due to lower scores for fiscal health and government.

KENYA POPULATION SITUATION ANALYSIS ix FOREWORD The Population Situation Analysis (PSA) Report for Kenya is the first to be undertaken in Africa based on the new PSA Conceptual and Methodological Guide prepared and published by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

Kenya’s prevailing population growth rate remains above the country’s. Egypt’s economic freedom score ismaking its economy the nd freest in the Index. Its overall score has increased by points, primarily because of a higher property rights score.

South Africa alone contains 40% of the total population of this region. Population growth rates also vary considerably from country to country but are generally on the higher end in comparison to the global population growth rate of % per annum. For example, the annual rate of natural increase ranges from % for South Africa to % for.

These countries accounted for % of the world's population. At a country level, the African region had the lowest percentage (19/45; %) of countries with a dedicated mental health policy, whereas in terms of population covered, the South East Asian Region had the lowest figure of %.

South Africa has a lot of improvements to make in terms of population’s physical accessibility, financial protection and acceptability of the current public health care system.

The National Health Insurance offers hope to the disadvantaged but it will not be ready anytime soon leaving the current health care arrangements with their own. WASHINGTON, Octo — The population in Africa is rapidly expanding, and by the region will hold an estimated billion people.

With the right policies and actions, countries in Sub-Saharan Africa can reap a tremendous demographic dividend from this growth to propel an economic takeoff, according to a new World Bank report. We are all by now familiar with the story of the region’s rapid economic growth. Over the past 10 years, sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) grew by 5 percent.

ulation in Africa, high-lighting many health and socio-economic challenges faced by Africa’s older population. The brief con-cludes with some broad policy implications to guide policy makers and development partners in general, on how to address emerging challenges re-lated to population aging.

2. Africa: demo-graphic trends.The report “Epilepsy in the African Region: Bridging the Gap” also provides a panoramic view of the epilepsy situation in the Region, outlines the initiatives taken by WHO and other partners to address the problem, defines the current challenges and offers appropriate recommendations.

There is much to be learnt from this report. It will.ECA aims to be the first port of call for member States seeking original data to inform policy long term objective is to serve as a regional service centre for data on economic, social, demographic, and environmental conditions in African countries.