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Total population by country, by year, by ageUnited Nations, United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. World Population Prospects.2015-07-31
Total number of children surviving until 1 year old by country and by yearUnited Nations, United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. World Population Prospects.2015-07-31
UN Life births per genderUnited Nations, United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. World Population Prospects.2015-07-31
Under-five mortality rate by country and by yearUNICEF CME Info http://www.childmortality.org/, Level & Trends in Child Mortality. Estimates Developed by the UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (UNICEF, WHO, World Bank, UN DESA, UNPD).2015-09-09
Infant mortality rate by country and by yearUnited Nations, United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division. World Population Prospects.2015-07-31
GNI per capita, Atlas method (current US$)World Bank, The gross national income, converted to U.S. dollars using the World Bank Atlas method, divided by the midyear population2017-01-31
Antigen Coverage (%) by country and by yearWHO/UNICEF, Coverage refers to the number of administered doses divided by the number of eligible children to receive that vaccine.2017-07-14
Antigen Coverage (%) by country and by yearWHO, Coverage refers to the number of administered doses divided by the number of eligible children to receive that vaccine.2017-07-14
Antigen Coverage (%) by country and by yearWHO, Coverage refers to the number of administered doses divided by the number of eligible children to receive that vaccine.2017-07-14
Percentage of districts with >=80% DTP3 coverageWHO, Joint Reporting Form (JRF)2016-07-15
Percentage of districts with <50% DTP3 coverageWHO, Joint Reporting Form (JRF)2016-07-15
Total Disbursed - Finance Disbursement GAVI, Access software for Finance (in USD)2017-07-25

 

Grade of Confidence (GoC): The WHO and UNICEF estimates of national immunisation coverage (wuenic) are based on data and information that are of varying, and, in some instances, unknown quality. Beginning with the 2011 revision WHO/UNICEF describe their grade of confidence (GoC) in these estimates. As there is no underlying probability model upon which the estimates are based, WHO/UNICEF are unable to present classical measures of uncertainty, e.g., confidence intervals. Moreover, WHO/UNICEF have chosen not to make subjective estimates of plausibility/certainty ranges around the coverage. The GoC reflects the degree of empirical support upon which the estimates are based. It is not a judgment of the quality of data reported by national authorities.

 

Explanation of GoC values: 

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Estimate is supported by reported data [R+], coverage recalculated with an independent denominator from the World Population Prospects from the UN Population Division (D+), and at least one supporting survey within 2 years [S+]. While well supported, the estimate still carries a risk of being wrong.
** Estimate is supported by at least one data source; [R+], [S+], or [D+]; and no data source, [R-], [D-], or [S-], challenges the estimate.
* There are no directly supporting data; or data from at least one source; [R-], [D-], [S-]; challenge the estimate.
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