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The Central African Republic Child Health Industry Outlook 2022 - 2026

See how the Central African Republic Child Health performed compared to key markets such as Nigeria, India and Pakistan.

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Child mortality in Central Africa is predicted to decrease by 2.2% annually, on average, from 16,690 deaths in 2021 to 14,680 in 2026. Since 1970, the rate has declined by 2.9% yearly. In 2021, the region came in 45th place, with Iran taking the lead (16,690 deaths). India, Pakistan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo were ranked second, third, and fourth respectively. Meanwhile, immunisation coverage of children aged 12-23 months in Central Africa is expected to rise by 0.4 points annually, on average, from 48% in 2021 to 49% in 2026. Since 1985, the rate has gone up by 0.4 points yearly. In 2021, the region was placed 185th, with South Sudan taking the lead (48%). Greece, Mongolia, and Latvia were second, third, and fourth respectively.

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The Central African Republic Child Health Market Data and Forecasts

How much will the Central African Republic Child Health Market grow to 2026?

Forecast: Under 5 Mortality Rate in Central African Republic
Forecast: Number of Infant Deaths in Central African Republic
Forecast: Infant Mortality Rate in Central African Republic
Forecast: Female Infant Mortality Rate in Central African Republic
Forecast: Neonatal Mortality Rate in Central African Republic
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