Goal 3: Good health and well-being
Mark your selections and choose between table on screen and file format. Marking tips

For variables marked Select at least one value you need to select at least one value

Indicator Select at least one value

Total 30 Selected

Country Select at least one value

Total 56 Selected

Search

Year Select at least one value

Total 26 Selected

Search


Number of selected data cells are:(maximum number allowed is 1 000 000)

Presentation on screen is limited to 1 000 rows and 30 columns


Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 1 000 000
Contact and information

Information

Latest update
9/2/2020
Contact
Gender Statistics, UNECE/STAT
Tel: -
Fax: -
E-mail: gender.stats@un.org
Unit
3.1.1 - Maternal mortality ratio:
Percent
3.2.1 - Under-five mortality rate, both sexes:
Percent
3.2.1 - Under-five mortality rate, female:
Percent
3.2.1 - Under-five mortality rate, male:
Percent
3.2.2 - Neonatal mortality rate:
deaths per 1,000 live births
3.3.1 - Number of new HIV infections, both sexes, all ages:
per 1,000 uninfected population
3.3.1 - Number of new HIV infections, female, all ages:
per 1,000 uninfected population
3.3.1 - Number of new HIV infections, male, all ages:
deaths per 1,000 live births
3.3.2 - Tuberculosis incidence:
per 100,000 population
3.4.1 - Mortality rate (cardiovascular, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory):
percent
3.4.1 - Mortality rate (cardiovasc., cancer, diabetes, chronic resp.), female:
percent
3.4.1 - Mortality rate (cardiovasc., cancer, diabetes, chronic resp.), male:
percent
3.4.2 - Suicide mortality rate, both sexes:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.4.2 - Suicide mortality rate, female:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.4.2 - Suicide mortality rate, male:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.5.2 - Alcohol consumption per capita, both sexes:
litres of pure alcohol
3.5.2 - Alcohol consumption per capita, female:
litres of pure alcohol
3.5.2 - Alcohol consumption per capita, male:
litres of pure alcohol
3.6.1 - Death rate due to road traffic injuries per million inhabitants:
per million inhabitant
3.7.1 - Women of reproductive age who have family planning needs satisfied:
per cent
3.7.2 - Adolescent birth rate:
per 1,000 women
3.9.1 - Age-standardized mortality rate attributed to ambient air pollution:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.9.1 - Age-standardized mortality rate attributed to household air pollution:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.9.1 - Age-standardized mortality rate - ambient and household air pollution:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.9.1 - Crude death rate attributed to ambient air pollution:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.9.1 - Crude death rate attributed to household air pollution:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.9.1 - Crude death rate attributed to ambient and household air pollution:
deaths per 100,000 population
3.a.1 - Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco, both sexes:
percent
3.a.1 - Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco, female:
percent
3.a.1 - Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco, male:
percent
Data type
3.1.1 - Maternal mortality ratio:
Stock
3.2.1 - Under-five mortality rate, both sexes:
Stock
3.2.1 - Under-five mortality rate, female:
Stock
3.2.1 - Under-five mortality rate, male:
Stock
3.2.2 - Neonatal mortality rate:
Stock
3.3.1 - Number of new HIV infections, both sexes, all ages:
Stock
3.3.1 - Number of new HIV infections, female, all ages:
Stock
3.3.1 - Number of new HIV infections, male, all ages:
Stock
3.3.2 - Tuberculosis incidence:
Stock
3.4.1 - Mortality rate (cardiovascular, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory):
Stock
3.4.1 - Mortality rate (cardiovasc., cancer, diabetes, chronic resp.), female:
Stock
3.4.1 - Mortality rate (cardiovasc., cancer, diabetes, chronic resp.), male:
Stock
3.4.2 - Suicide mortality rate, both sexes:
Stock
3.4.2 - Suicide mortality rate, female:
Stock
3.4.2 - Suicide mortality rate, male:
Stock
3.5.2 - Alcohol consumption per capita, both sexes:
Stock
3.5.2 - Alcohol consumption per capita, female:
Stock
3.5.2 - Alcohol consumption per capita, male:
Stock
3.6.1 - Death rate due to road traffic injuries per million inhabitants:
Stock
3.7.1 - Women of reproductive age who have family planning needs satisfied:
Stock
3.7.2 - Adolescent birth rate:
Stock
3.9.1 - Age-standardized mortality rate attributed to ambient air pollution:
Stock
3.9.1 - Age-standardized mortality rate attributed to household air pollution:
Stock
3.9.1 - Age-standardized mortality rate - ambient and household air pollution:
Stock
3.9.1 - Crude death rate attributed to ambient air pollution:
Stock
3.9.1 - Crude death rate attributed to household air pollution:
Stock
3.9.1 - Crude death rate attributed to ambient and household air pollution:
Stock
3.a.1 - Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco, both sexes:
Stock
3.a.1 - Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco, female:
Stock
3.a.1 - Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco, male:
Stock
Creation date
10/27/2020
Source
UNECE Statistical Division Database
Matrix
c0000940
Footnotes

Footnotes

GOAL 3 - Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

SOURCES:

METADATA: UNECE road traffic accident data come from official statistics provided by competent national authorities. Road traffic accident fatalities cover deaths of any person killed immediately or dying within 30 days as a result of a road traffic accident. See the Transport Database for further details. These figures will differ from figures compiled by the World Health Organization (WHO), and published on the Global SDG Indicators Database, due to differing definitions and also due to adjustments made to country data by WHO. For WHO metadata, see the SDG Indicators Metadata Repository.
Indicator
3.6.1 - Death rate due to road traffic injuries per million inhabitants
For European Union member states, Iceland, Norway, and Switzerland the source of data from year 2005 is CARE database, with the following exception: data for Cyprus for 2017, and Ireland, Lithuania and Slovakia for 2016 and 2017 come from the UNECE/ITF/Eurostat common questionnaire.
Indicator: 3.6.1 - Death rate due to road traffic injuries per million inhabitants , Country: Netherlands
Injured persons refer to persons who were hospitalized.
Indicator: 3.6.1 - Death rate due to road traffic injuries per million inhabitants , Country: Republic of Moldova
Break in series: From 2007 a regulation has made it compulsory for police inspectors to enter data about road accidents. For years prior this is not the case.
Indicator: 3.6.1 - Death rate due to road traffic injuries per million inhabitants , Country: Turkey
Until year 2015 figures on persons killed include the deaths only at the accident scene; however since year 2015 figures on persons killed also include the deaths within 30 days after the traffic accidents due to related accident and its impacts for people injured and sent to health facilities.
Indicator: 3.6.1 - Death rate due to road traffic injuries per million inhabitants , Country: United Kingdom
Data refer to Great Britain.