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Jamaica Child Health Industry Outlook 2022 - 2026

See how Jamaica Child Health performed compared to key markets such as Nigeria, India and Pakistan.

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Jamaica is expected to see a decline in child mortality over the next five years. The number of deaths is projected to drop from 593 in 2021 to 465 in 2026, a decrease of 4.1% year-on-year. Since 1965, the annual rate of decline has been 3.9%. The country ranked 118th in 2021, just behind the Netherlands at 593 deaths. India, Pakistan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo were second, third and fourth in the ranking, respectively. Jamaica's child immunisation coverage is also set to increase over the next five years. The number of children aged 12-23 months immunised is expected to rise from 97% in 2021 to 98% in 2026, an average growth of 0.2 points year-on-year. Since 1985, the annual rate of decline has been 0.4 points. The country ranked 45th in 2021, with Chile ahead at 97%. Greece, Mongolia and Latvia were second, third and fourth in the ranking, respectively.

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Jamaica Child Health Market Data and Forecasts

How much will Jamaica Child Health Market grow to 2026?

Forecast: Boys Under Five Mortality Rate in Jamaica
Forecast: Number of Under 5 Deaths in Jamaica
Forecast: Number of Neonatal Deaths in Jamaica
Forecast: Under 5 Mortality Rate in Jamaica
Forecast: Infant Mortality Rate in Jamaica
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