Estimating child mortality due to diarrhoea in developing countries
Cynthia Boschi-Pinto, Lana Velebit, Kenji Shibuya
Volume 86, Number 9, September 2008, 710-717
Table 3. Countries accounting for three-quarters of deaths due to diarrhoea in the developing regions of the world, 2004
|Country||WHO subregiona||Deaths due to diarrhoea (thousands)|
|Democratic Republic of the Congo||AFR E||95|
|United Republic of Tanzania||AFR E||25|
AFR, WHO African Region; AMR, WHO Region of the Americas; EMR, WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region; SEAR, WHO South-East Asia Region; WPR, Western Pacific Region.a WHO subregions are defined on the basis of levels of child and adult mortality: A, very low child and very low adult mortality; B, low child and low adult mortality; C, low child and high adult mortality; D, high child and high adult mortality; E, high child and very high adult mortality.