Infant and under-five mortality in Afghanistan: current estimates and limitations
Kavitha Viswanathan, Stan Becker, Peter M Hansen, Dhirendra Kumar, Binay Kumar, Haseebullah Niayesh, David H Peters & Gilbert Burnham
Volume 88, Number 8, August 2010, 576-583
Table 4. Mortality estimatesa by sex, Afghanistan, 2004
|Indicator||Reference dateb||Overall estimate (95% CI)||Female estimate (95% CI)||Male estimate (95% CI)|
|IMR||2004, November||129 (103–155)||120 (90–151)||138 (105–171)|
|U5MR||2004, November||191 (149–233)||184 (134–233)||197 (147–250)|
CI, confidence interval; IMR, infant mortality rate; U5MR, under-five mortality rate.
a These are the weighted estimates from two maternal age groups (15–19 and 20–24 years) based on the proportion of ever-married women in each group.
b This is a weighted date.