Burkina Faso - Maternal mortality ratio (modeled estimate, per 100,000 live births)

Maternal mortality ratio (modeled estimate, per 100,000 live births) in Burkina Faso was at 371, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



 burkina faso maternal mortality ratio modeled estimate per 100 000 live births wb data




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Maternal mortality ratio is the number of women who die during pregnancy and childbirth, per 100,000 live births. The data are estimated with a regression model using information on fertility, birth attendants, and HIV prevalence.


Burkina Faso | Health

Female population 00-04
1580000 Persons
Male population 00-04
1619000 Persons
Female population 05-09
1406000 Persons
Male population 05-09
1422000 Persons
Female population 10-14
1198000 Persons
Male population 10-14
1227000 Persons
Female population 15-19
999000 Persons
Male population 15-19
1033000 Persons
Female population 20-24
834000 Persons
Male population 20-24
858000 Persons
Female population 25-29
698000 Persons
Male population 25-29
709000 Persons
Female population 30-34
591000 Persons
Male population 30-34
591000 Persons
Female population 35-39
487000 Persons
Male population 35-39
476000 Persons
Female population 40-44
387000 Persons
Male population 40-44
366000 Persons
Female population 45-49
316000 Persons
Male population 45-49
287000 Persons
Female population 50-54
255000 Persons
Male population 50-54
217000 Persons
Female population 55-59
203000 Persons
Male population 55-59
160000 Persons
Female population 60-64
156000 Persons
Male population 60-64
111000 Persons
Female population 65-69
115000 Persons
Male population 65-69
78000 Persons
Female population 70-74
81000 Persons
Male population 70-74
52000 Persons
Female population 75-79
47000 Persons
Male population 75-79
28000 Persons
Female population 80+
28000 Persons
Male population 80+
16000 Persons