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Fast facts from the 2013 Nigeria DHS

NIGERIA FAST FACTS FROM THE 2013 NIGERIA DEMOGRAPHICAND HEALTH SURVEY The 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS) provides data for monitoring the population and health situation in Nigeria. The 2013 NDHS is the 5th DHS survey conducted in Nigeria since 1990. A nationally representative sample of 38,948 women in all selected households and 17,359 men age 15-49 in half of the selected households were interviewed. EDUCATION Percent distribution of women and men age 15-49 by highest level of education attended 38% 14 of Nigerian women age 15-49 have no education, compared to 36 More than secondary 48 Secondary 21% 17 Primary 17 No education of men. 38 21 Women Men FERTILITY Women have an average of 5.5 children." "Brths per woman for the 3 years prior to the survay FAMILY PLANNING Contraceptive Use by Zone Percent of currently married women age 15-49 who are currently using any method of contraception 1 <10% 10-25% >25% 15% North West 4% North East 3% of married women North Central 16% use any method of family planning. South West 38% South South South East Nigerfa 28% 299%6 15% CHILD HEALTH 25% of children age 12-23 months are fully vaccinated. CHILD MORTALITY All levels of child Trends in Childhood Mortality Deaths per 1,000 live births 1 2008 NDHS (2004-2008) 1 2013 NDHS (2009-2013) 201 mortality have declined since 2003. I 2003 NDHS (1999-2003) 157 128 100 75 69 48 40 37 Neonatal mortality Infant mortality Under-five mortality This Infographic summarizes findings of the 2013 Nigerla Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS), Implemented by the National Population Commission (NPC). ICF International provided financial and technical assistance for the survey through USAID-funded MEASURE DHS program, which Is designed to assist developing countries to collect data on fertility. family planning, and maternal and child health. Financial support for the survey was provided by USAID, the United Kingdom Department for International Deubt (DFID) through $2, and the Linited Na USAID ..OUNFPA UKald PATHS2, Nations Fund (UNFPA).

Fast facts from the 2013 Nigeria DHS

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Key findings from the 2013 Nigeria DHS Final Report: Child Health, Child Mortality, Family Planning, Fertility, & Education Stats.

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