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World DataBank

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The World DataBank is part of the open data initiative from the World Bank. The World databank seeks to make access to data and information easier. Data on health is available through the Health Nutrition and Population Statistics dataset in particular. Other broad themes covered are Agricultural and Rural Development, Aid Effectiveness, Economic Policy and External Debts, Education, Energy and Mining, Environment, Financial Sector, Infrastructure, Social and Labour Protection, Poverty, Private Sector, Public Sector, Science and Technology, Social Development and finally Urban Development.

Indicator table for World DataBank database

Health StatusIndicatorsDecomposition
  Standardized Mortality Rates Age, Gender, Disease
Maternal Mortality ratio
Live Birth rates
Disease Incidence Disease
Life Expectancy Gender
Disease Prevalence Disease
Children Access to ARI, diarrheal and TB  
Appropriateness N/A
Safety N/A
Responsiveness N/A
Outputs/Activities In-patient admission rate
Outpatients visits per capita
Average Length of Stay
Physical Inputs Human Resources Personnel Physicians, Nurses, Midwives
Health Worker Density
Infrastructure Hospital beds per 1000 people
Costs Health Expenditure (% of GDP, NCU, % of THE, % of GE) Private, Public, Out-of-pocket
International Aid (% of THE)
Access to Effective Care % Pregnant Woman receiving pre-natal care
Immunisation rates Disease
Distribution Births attended by skilled health staff
Non-Medical Determinants of HealthIndicatorsDecomposition
Lifestyle Smoking Prevalence % Gender
Malnutrition prevalence ( for age)
Malnutrition prevalence (weight for age)
Low-birth weight babies %
Consumption of Iodized Salt
% of Condom Use Gender, Age
% of people with Comprehensive Knowledge of HIV/AIDS
Personal Resources N/A
Socio Economic Conditions and Environment % Urban Population
% of Unemployment
School Enrolment % Age
Literacy rate Gender, Age
Physical Environment % of people with Access to Improved Water source
% of people with Access to Improved Sanitation facilities