|Central African Rep|
|São Tomé and Príncipe|
|Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health|
|Adolescent Fertility Rate|
|Births Attended by Skilled Personnel|
|Infant Mortality Rate|
|DPT3 Immunization Coverage in Children|
|Maternal Mortality Ratio|
|Neonatal Mortality Rate|
|Pregnant Women with 4 ANC Visits|
|Stunting Under 5 yrs|
|Under-5 Mortality Rate|
|Unmet Need for Family Planning|
|Women Who Received Post-partum Care|
|HIV and AIDS|
|Adults Tested for HIV and Know Status|
|HIV Knowledge (Men aged 15-24 yrs)|
|HIV Knowledge (Women aged 15-24 yrs)|
|HIV Patients Receiving Anti-retroviral Drugs|
|HIV Positive Pregnant Women who Receive Antiretrovirals|
|HIV and TB Treatment|
|HIV Prevalence (Females 15-24 yrs)|
|Pregnant Women Tested for HIV and Know Status|
|School Attendance of Orphans|
|Malaria and Tuberculosis|
|Pregnant Women who Received 3 Doses of IPT|
|Under 5s Treated with Anti-Malarial Drugs|
|Under 5s who Slept Under ITN|
|Under 5s with Fever in Last 2 Weeks Screened for Malaria|
|TB Case Detection Rate|
|TB Treatment Success Rate|
|General Gov Exp on Health as % of GGE|
|Out of Pocket Health Expenditure|
|Per Capita Public Funds for Health|
The purpose of the database is to provide reliable data on the progress made by members towards their Maputo Plan of Action (MPoA), Abuja Call and other commitments in line with the mandates of the Social Affairs department.
African Health Stats is a tool for member states to engage with the AUC on their MPoA and Abuja Call data and progress. Importantly, it provides vital evidence for the AUC to influence and motivate policy makers to take action on health challenges in the continent. It is powerful way of sharing experiences, best practices and lessons learnt.
The 2006 Abuja Call for Accelerated Action Towards Universal Access to HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Services in Africa provides a concrete set of recommendations for renewed effort to respond to the three epidemics. The Call reviews and renews both the 2000 Abuja Declaration and Plan of Action on Roll Back Malaria (RBM) and the 2001 Abuja Declaration and Plan of Action on HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis and Other Infectious Diseases (ORID).
The Abuja Call is built around seven pillars of action… leadership at national, regional and continental levels; resource mobilisation; protection of rights; poverty reduction; strengthening healthcare systems through disease prevention, treatment, care and support; access to affordable medicines and technologies; research and development accelerating implementation and increasing quality of partnerships, monitoring, evaluation and reporting.
The Call provides a framework for actions at national, regional and continental levels with diversified players including civil society, private sector and development partners.
The Maputo Plan of Action (MPoA) for the Operationalization of the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Continental Policy Framework seeks to take the African continent closer to its goal of universal access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services by 2015.
It was a short-term plan for the period up to 2010 and was later extended to 2015 to coincide with the end of the MDGs. The plan is built upon: integrating Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services into PHC; repositioning family planning developing and promoting youth-friendly services; eliminating unsafe abortion; encouraging quality safe motherhood; mobilizing resources; ensuring commodity security; and monitoring and evaluation.