The prevalence of death among children below the age of 5 is alarmingly high in Ethiopia. In technical senses, it has been investigated that over two-thirds of deaths on children are caused by Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI), Diarrhea, Malaria, Measles and problems of the newborn. This section provides trends of the prevalence and treatment Of ARI, fever, and diarrhea with various characteristics of the child and the mother.
Early childhood mortality includes: Neonatal Mortality Rate (NNMR), Post-Neonatal Mortality Rate (PNMR), Infant Mortality Rate (IMR), Child Mortality Rate (CMR) (Ages 1-4), Under-five Mortality Rate (U5MR). This section provides trends of these mortality indicators using shorter time periods estimation with various characteristics of the child and the mother.
Perinatal mortality is the sum of stillbirth (fetal death) and early neonatal death which is the death of a live newborn before the age of seven completed days. This section shows the prevalence and trends of perinatal mortality rate, early neonatal death rate and stillbirth rate various characteristics of the child and the mother.
Emergency obstetric and newborn care (EmONC) refers to the care of women and newborn during pregnancy, delivery, and the time after delivery (postpartum period) if or when a woman or her newborn experiences serious complications. This section aims in generating evidence on the current availability, utilization, and quality of EmONC and routine delivery services in Ethiopia.
COVID 19 still remains a global and national concern. Rapid characterization and estimation of the magnitude of the disease, disease severity and mortality differential across demographic groups have significant input for prevention and control plan, and response actions. Moreover real time modelling to forecast possible number of cases, hospitalization, ICU requirements and deaths plays a crucial role for effective planning. This section provides interactively results of case management and surveillance data analysis results and scenario based modelling outputs.