Data, statistics and epidemiology
The work of the Department of Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (MCA) in the area of epidemiology focuses on the generation, synthesis, analysis, use and dissemination of evidence at various levels in order to inform the cycle of research, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and to provide key strategic information which can lead to action and positive changes in policies, strategies, health system, and ultimately in maternal and child health status.
Maternal Death Surveillance and Response (MDSR) is a continuous cycle of identification, notification and review of maternal deaths followed by actions to improve quality of care and prevent future deaths.
WHO and partners have been working with countries to map progress in implementing MDSR. This website shows this progress and includes profiles and case studies to illustrate the steps countries have taken to implement MDSR and innovative approaches to improve this.
Detailed data by group
- Technical consultation on indicators of adolescent health
Maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health policy indicator dashboards and notes
Maternal, newborn and child health score cards
Country profiles on maternal and perinatal health
Country profiles on neonatal and child health
- Adolescent health epidemiology