The tracking tool allows users to explore scenarios taking into account different rates of progress for the six World Health Assembly (WHA) Nutrition targets and the time left to 2025 using the latest global databases such as the UNICEF-WHO-World Bank joint malnutrition estimates for stunting, wasting and overweight. The six WHO targets on nutrition were set at the global level as default national targets included in this tool, but countries can define their own national targets for contributing to each of the global targets.
This interactive dashboard visualizes the latest child malnutrition estimates. These estimates of prevalence and numbers for child stunting, overweight, wasting and severe wasting are derived by United Nations (UN), Millennium Development Goal (MDG), UNICEF, WHO and World Bank regions, as well as World Bank income group classifications.
This visualization is based on UNICEF’s key statistics on child survival,
development and protection with data as of June 2016.
The interactive dashboard on pneumonia careseeking shows that in most countries, children from the poorest households and those from rural areas are much less likely than their peers to get the life-saving treatment they need.
Periodic, high-dose Vitamin A supplementation is a proven, low-cost intervention to prevent childhood blindness and reduce illnesses such as diarrhea. This interactive dashboard shows coverage rates by country.
The Immunization Summary is an app for visualizing (tables, graphs, maps) data on policies, activities and impact of national immunization systems. These data are reported by WHO & UNICEF member states annually for incidence, coverage and immunization indicators. The WHO UNICEF estimates of national immunization coverage constitute an independent technical assessment of coverage. The population data are provided by the United Nations’ Population Division’s “World Population Prospects – The 2012 Revision.” With the exception of the infant and child mortality figures which are provided by WHO’s “World Health Statistics 2014,” data for 2013. The GNI & GDP data are taken from the “2015 World Bank Development Indicators” online. Data are available from 1980 to 2014 (as of 14 July 2015) for a 195 countries or territories.
Interactive animation visualizing key messages from the Generation 2030 | Africa report, detailing a demographic shift unprecedented in its scale and swiftness.