Infant mortality in International respective. The table below provides
infant mortality rate for the world, for development and developing
countries and by continent with some selected countries that high light
the range of levels; the world's infant mortality rate has never been lower;
however' differences across the world are substantial. Africa's rate (88) is
ten times higher than average rate (8) for the developed countries. Within
Africa the highest level of infant mortality rate in the world are
experienced with rate as high as 157 in Sierra-Leone. On average the
rate of Asia (56) is some what lower than for Africa but some Asian
countries such as Afghanistan have rates (150) as high as any where in
the world. On the other hand Hong Kong's rate (3.2) is very low,
illustrating that the most variation in infant level occurs in Asia. Both
Europe and North America (the U.S.A, Canada) have low levels of infant
mortality rate, with average rates well under ten. However European
variation is not inconsequential; rates in at least some parts of Eastern
Europe are nearly ten times higher than in Northern European countries
such as Iceland and Sweden.
Infant mortality rates by region and selected countries; 2001
Developed countries 8
Less developed 63
Western Sahara 150
East tirnor 143
Hong Kong 3.2
Latin America and Carribian 35
North America 7
In 1760, maternal mortality and infant mortality rate was very high
though the world and this has been due to pregnancy and child related
causes measured against every 100,000 live birth.
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