SUMMARY TABLE OF FINDINGS Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) and Millennium Development Goals (MDG) indicators, Sudan, 2006

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1 SUMMARY TABLE OF FINDINGS Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) and Millennium Development Goals (MDG) indicators, Sudan, 2006 Topic CHILD MORTALITY Child mortality SHHS indicator number MDG indicator number Indicator Value 1 Neonatal mortality rate 41 (per 1,000 live 2 Post neonatal mortality rate 40 (per 1,000 live 3 14 Infant mortality rate 81 (per 1,000 live 4 Child mortality rate 34 (per 1,000 live 5 13 Under-five mortality rate 112 (per 1,000 live NUTRITION Nutritional status 6 4 Underweight prevalence (moderate and severe) 31 per cent Underweight prevalence (severe) 9.4 per cent 7 Stunting prevalence (moderate and severe) 32.5 per cent Stunting prevalence (severe) 15.2 per cent 8 Wasting prevalence (moderate and severe) 14.8 per cent Wasting prevalence (severe) 3.5 per cent 8a Overweight prevalence 3.6 per cent Breastfeeding 9 Exclusive breastfeeding rate (0-5 months) 33.7 per cent 10 Timely complementary feeding rate ( per cent months) 11 Frequency of complementary feeding (infants 36.1 per cent aged 6-11 months) 12 Continued breastfeeding rate (12-15 months) 83.6 per cent Continued breastfeeding rate (20-23 months) 35.1 per cent 13 Adequately fed infants (infants aged per cent months) Salt iodisation 14 Iodised salt consumption 11.4 per cent Vitamin A supplementation CHILD HEALTH Immunization Tetanus toxoid vaccination 15 Vitamin A supplementation (under-fives) 76.4 per cent 16 Vitamin A supplementation 18.5 per cent (post-partum mothers) 17 Tuberculosis immunization coverage (children 72.9 per cent aged months receiving BCG vaccine efore their first birthday) 18 Immunization coverage for diphtheria, pertussis 52.9 per cent and tetanus (DPT) (children aged months receiving DPT3 vaccine before their first birthday) 19 Polio immunization coverage (children aged per cent 23 months receiving polio vaccines before their first birthday)) Measles immunization coverage (children aged months receiving measles vaccine before their first birthday) 59.3 per cent 21 Fully immunized children (children aged per cent months receiving BCG, DPT1-3, OPV1-3 and measles vaccines before their first birthday) 22 Neonatal tetanus protection 48.8 per cent

2 SUMMARY TABLE OF FINDINGS Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) and Millennium Development Goals (MDG) indicators, Sudan, 2006 Topic Care of illness SHHS indicator number MDG indicator number Indicator Value 23 Under fives with diarrhoea in the last two weeks 28.2 per cent preceding the survey 24 Use of Oral Dehydration Therapy (ORT) 58.3 per cent 25 Home management of diarrhoea 22.1 per cent 26 Received ORT or increased fluids, and 55.9 per cent continued feeding 27 Under fives with suspected pneumonia in the 12.0 per cent last two weeks preceding the survey 28 Care-seeking for suspected pneumonia (taken to an appropriate health provider) 90.1 per cent 29 Knowledge of the two danger signs of 14.9 per cent pneumonia Solid fuel use Use of solid fuels 72.4 per cent 31 Household availability of bednets 36.8 per cent 32 Household availability of insecticide-treated nets 18.4 per cent (ITNs) Under-fives sleeping under insecticide-treated 27.6 per cent nets 34 Under fives with fever in the last two weeks 20.9 per cent preceding the survey Antimalarial treatment (under-fives) 54.2 per cent 36 Antimalarial treatment -under-fives (within per cent hours of onset of symptoms) WATER AND SANITATION Water Use of improved drinking water sources 56.1 per cent 38 Water treatment (all drinking water sources) 4.5 per cent 39 Mean time to drinking water source 42.9 minutes Sanitation Use of sanitary means of excreta disposal 31.4 per cent Water and sanitation 41 Use of both improved drinking water sources and sanitary means of excreta disposal 23.8 per cent EDUCATION Education 42 Net intake rate in primary education 29.5 per cent 43 6 Primary school net attendance rate 53.7 per cent 44 9 Gender parity index (primary school) Secondary school net attendance rate 18.9 per cent 46 Primary school attendance rate of children of 35.5 per cent secondary school age 47 7 Children reaching grade five 90.3 per cent 48 7b Primary completion rate 19.4 per cent 49 Transition rate to secondary school 64.5 per cent CHILD PROTECTION Birth registration 50 Birth registration 32.6 per cent Early marriage 51 Marriage before age per cent and polygyny Marriage before age per cent 52 Young women aged currently married/in union 24.7 per cent 53 Polygyny 27.5 per cent Female genital 54 Prevalence of female genital mutilation/cutting 69.4 per cent mutilation/ (FGM/C) cutting 55 Approval for FGM/C (women aged years) 44.9 per cent

3 SUMMARY TABLE OF FINDINGS Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) and Millennium Development Goals (MDG) indicators, Sudan, 2006 Topic SHHS indicator number MDG indicator number Indicator Approval for FGM/C (ever married women aged 50.9 per cent years) 56 Women who intend to circumcise their 53.6 per cent daughters Children's living arrangements and orphanhood Children s living arrangements (not living with a biological parent) Prevalence of orphans 6.9 per cent 9.7 per cent Support to 59 Non-orphan school attendance (10-14 years) 53.5 orphaned and 60 Scool attendance orphans (10-14 years) 66.8 vulnerable 61 Double Orphan to non-orphan school 0.78 children attendance ratio REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH Contraception 62 19c Contraceptive prevalence 7.6 per cent 63 Unmet need for family planning 5.7 per cent Maternal and 64 Antenatal care 69.6 per cent newborn health 65 Provider of antenatal care 63.7 per cent Delivery attended by a qualified health personnel 49.2 per cent 67 Institutional deliveries (delivered in health 19.4 per cent facility) Maternal mortality Maternal mortality ratio 1,107 (per 100,000 live HIV/AIDS AND ORPHANED CHILDREN HIV/AIDS knowledge Value 69 Awareness of AIDS among women 70.4 per cent 70 19b Knowledge about HIV prevention (correctly 4 per cent identifying two ways of avoiding HIV infection) 71 Awareness about mother-to-child transmission of HIV 72 Knowledge of means of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (all three means of vertical transmission) 26.4 per cent 54 per cent

4 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), Sudan, 2006 Neonatal, post neo-natal, infant, child and under-five mortality rates in the five years preceding the SHHS Neonatal mortality rate* (per 1000 live Post neo-natal mortality rate** (per 1000 live Infant mortality rate*** (per 1000 live Child mortality rate**** (per 1000 live Under-five mortality rate***** (per 1000 live Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education level None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest * SHHS indicator 1: Neonatal mortality rate (probability of infants dying between birth and exactly one month of age, per 1000 live ** SHHS indicator 2: : Post neo-natal mortality rate (probability of infants dying between one month and exactly one year of age, per 1000 live *** SHHS indicator 3: Infant mortality rate (probability of dying between birth and exactly one year of age, per 1000 live **** SHHS indicator 4: Child mortality rate (probability of dying between the first and fifth birth days, per 1000 live ***** SHHS indicator 5: Under-five mortality rate (probability of dying between birth and exactly five years of age, per 1000 live

5 Underweight prevalence* (% below 2 SD) Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), Sudan, 2006 Nutritional status Weight-for-age Height-for-age Weight-for-height Underweight prevalence** (% below 3 SD) Stunting prevalence*** (% below 2 SD) Stunting prevalence **** (% below 3 SD) Wasting prevalence ***** (% below 2 SD) Wasting prevalence ****** (% below 2 SD) Over weight prevalence ******* (% above +2 SD) Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Age < 6 months m m m m m Mother s education None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 6: Underweight prevalence: Proportion of children under age five who fall below minus 2 standard deviations (moderate and severe) and who fall below minus 3 standard deviations (severe ) from median weight for age of the reference population; MDG indicator 4 ** SHHS indicator 7: Stunting prevalence: Proportion of children underage five who fall below minus 2 standard deviations (moderate and severe) and who fall below minus 3 standard deviations from median height for age of the reference population ***SHHS indicator 8: Wasting prevalence (moderate and severe): Proportion of children under age five who fall below minus 2 standard deviations (moderate and severe) and who fall below 3 standard deviations (severe) from median weight for height of the reference population **** SHHS indicator 8a: Overweight prevalence: Proportion of children under age five whose weight for height is above 2 standard deviations from the median weight for height of the reference population

6 Exclusive breastfeeding rate* Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), Sudan, 2006 Nutrition: Breast feeding Timely complementary feeding rate** Continued breastfeeding rate (12-15 months)*** Continued breastfeeding rate (20-23 months)**** Frequency of complementary feeding (6-11 months)***** Adequately fed infants (0-11 months)****** Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest * SHHS indicator 9: Exclusive breastfeeding rate (<6 months): Proportion of infants 0-5 months (less than 180 days) of age who are exclusively breastfed ** SHHS indicator 10: Timely complementary feeding rate (6-9 months): Proportion of infants 6-9 months (180 to 299 days) of age who are receiving breastmilk and complementary food at least twice in prior 24 hours *** SHHS indicator 11: Continued breastfeeding rate (12-15 months and months): Proportion of children months of age and months of age who are breastfeeding **** SHHS indicator 12: Frequency of complementary feeding : Proportion of infants 6-11 months of age who receive breastmilk and complementary food at least the minimum recommended number of times per day (two times per day for infants aged 6-8 months, three times per day for infants aged 9-11 months) ***** SHHS indicator 13: Adequately fed infants (0-11 months): Proportion of infants aged 0-11 months who are appropriately fed, i.e. infants aged 0-5 months who are exclusively breastfed and infants aged 6-11 months who are breastfed and ate solid or semi-solid food at least the minimum recommended number of times (two times per day for infants aged 6-8 months, three times per day for infants aged 9-11 months)

7 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) Indicators, 2006 Background Nutrition : Salt iodization Nutrition : Vitamin A supplementation Iodized salt consumption* Vitamin A supplementation (under fives)** Vitamin A supplementation (post-partum mothers)*** Male 75.8 Female 77.1 Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education No education Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest * SHHS indicator 14: Iodized salt consumption : Proportion of households consuming adequately iodized salt (15 ppm or more); MDG indicator 12 ** SHHS indicator 15: Vitamin A supplementation ( under-fives): Proportion of children 6-59 months of age who have received at least one high-dose high dose vitamin A supplement in the 6 months prior to the survey *** SHHS indicator 16: Vitamin A supplementation (post-partum mothers): Proportion of women aged years with a live birth in the 2 years preceding the survey who have received a high dose vitamin A supplement within eight weeks after birth

8 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) Indicators, 2006 Vaccination received in the first year of life Percentage of children aged months immunized against childhood diseases before the first birthday BCG* 72.9 DPT3** 52.9 Polio3*** 59.5 Measles**** 59.3 All vaccines (BCG, DPT1-3, OPV1-3, and measles) 31.5 *SHHS indicator 17: Tuberculosis immunization coverage (Proportion of children months of age who were vaccinated against Tuberculosis by 12 months of age, i.e. percentage of children aged months receiving BCG vaccine before their first birthday) **SHHS indicator 18: DPT3 immunization coverage (Proportion of children months of age who were vaccinated against diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus by 12 months of age, i.e. percentage of children aged months receiving DPT3 vaccination before their first birthday) ***SHHS indicator 19: Polio immunization coverage (Proportion of children months of age who were vaccinated against polio by 12 months of age, i.e. percentage of children aged months receiving OPV3 before their first birthday) ****SHHS indicator 20: Measles immunization coverage (Proportion of children months of age who were vaccinated against measles by 12 months of age, i.e. percentage of children aged months receiving measles vaccination before their first birthday) *****SHHS indicator 21: Fully immunized children (Proportion of children months of age who were vaccinated against against childhood diseases by 12 months of age, i.e. percentage of children aged months receiving BCG, DPT1-3, OPV- 1-3, and measles vaccinations before their first birth day)

9 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) Indicators, 2006 Child health Percentage of children aged months who received vaccinations at any time up to the date of the survey Tuberculosis immunization coverage* DPT3 immunization coverage** Polio immunization coverage*** Measles immunization coverage**** Fully immunized children***** Tetanus Toxoid Neonatal tetanus protection****** Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education No education Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest SHHS indicator 17a: Tuberculosis immunization coverage (Proportion of children months of age receiving BCG vaccination at any time up to the date of the survey) SHHS indicator 18a: DPT3 immunization coverage (Proportion of children months of age receiving DPT3 vaccination at any time up to the date of the survey) SHHS indicator 19a: Polio immunization coverage ((Proportion of children months of age receiving OPV3 vaccination at any time up to the date of the survey) SHHS indicator 20a: Measles immunization coverage (Proportion of children months of age receiving measles vaccination at any time up to the date of the survey) SHHS indicator 21a: Fully immunized children ((Proportion of children months of age receiving BCG, DPT1-3, OPV1-3, and measles vaccinations at any time up to the date of the survey) SHHS indicator 22: Neonatal tetanus protection (Proportion of mothers with live births in the previous year who were given at least two doses of tetanus toxoid (TT) vaccine within the appropriate interval prior to giving birth)

10 Under fives with diarrhoea* Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Child Health: Care of illness Use of Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT)** Home management of diarrhoea*** Received oral rehydration or increased fluids, with continued feeding**** Under fives with suspected pneumonia ***** Care seeking for suspected pneumonia****** Knowledge of the two danger signs of pneumonia ******* Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education No education Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 23: Under fives with diarrhoea (Proportion of children 0-59 months of age who had diarrhoea in the last two weeks preceding the survey) **SHHS indicator 24: Use of oral rehydration therapy (Proportion of children aged 0-59 months with diarrhoea in the previous two weeks who received oral rehydration salts and/or an appropriate household solution) ***SHHS indicator 25: Home management of diarrhoea (Proportion of children aged 0-59 months with diarrhoea in the previous two weeks who received more fluids AND continued eating somewhat less, the same or more food) ****SHHS indicator 26: Received ORT or increased fluids, with continued feeding (Proportion of children aged 0-59 months who had diarrhoea in the last two weeks and received ORT(oral rehydration salts or an appropriate household solution) or received more fluids AND continued eating somewhat less, the same or more food during the episode) *****SHHS indicator 27: Under fives with suspected pneumonia (Proportion of children 0-59 months of age who had suspected pneumonia (cough and fast or difficult breathing) in the last two weeks) ******SHHS indicator 28: Care seeking for suspected pneumonia (Proportion of children aged 0-59 months who had suspected pneumonia in the last two weeks and were taken to an appropriate health provider) *******SHHS indicator 29: Knowledge of the two danger signs of pneumonia (Proportion of mothers/caretakers of children aged 0-59 months by knowledge of types of symptoms for taking a child immediately to a health facility, and percentage of mothers/caretakers who recognize fast and difficult breathing as signs for seeking care immediately)

11 Child health: Use of solid fuels Solid fuel use* Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Child Health: Malaria prevention/control Household availability of mosquito net** Household availability of insecticidetreated nets (ITNs)*** Under-fives sleeping under insecticidetreated nets**** Under fives with fever***** Antimalarial treatment ****** Antimalarial treatment within 24 hours ******* Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education No education Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 30: Solid fuel use (Proportion of residents in households who use solid fuels -- wood, charcoal, crop residues and dung -- as the primary source of domestic energy for cooking) **SHHS indicator 31: Household availability of mosquito net ( Proportion of households with at least one mosquito net) ***SHHS indicator 32: Household availability of insecticide-treated nets: (Proportion of households with at least one insecticide- treated net ) ****SHHS indicator 33: Under-fives sleeping under insecticide-treated nets (Proportion of children 0-59 months of age who slept under an insecticide-treated net during the previous night) *****SHHS indicator 34: Under fives with fever (Proportion of children 0-59 months of age who were ill with fever in the last two weeks preceding the survey) ******SHHS indicator 35 Anti-malarial treatment (Under-fives): (Proportion of children 0-59 months of age who were ill with fever in the last two weeks who received anti-malarial drugs) *******SHHS indicator 36 Antimalarial treatment within 24 hours (Proportion of children aged 0-59 months reported to have had fever in the previous two weeks and were treated with an appropriate anti-malarial drug within 24 hours of onset of symptoms of malaria)

12 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) Indicators, 2006 Water and Sanitation Use of improved drinking water sources* Appropriate water treatment (all drinking water sources)** Time to source of drinking water (in minutes)*** Use of Sanitary means of excreta disposal**** Use of improved drinking water sources and sanitatry means of excreta disposal***** Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Education of household head None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 37: Use of improved drinking water sources (Proportion of household members living in households using improved sources of drinking water -- piped water; public tap; borehole/pump; protected well; protected spring; rainwater). **SHHS indicator 38: Appropriate water treatment ( Proportion of household members using water that has been treated to make it safer to drink) *****SHHS indicator 39: Time to source of drinking water (Proportion of households taking one hour or more to go to source of drinking water, get water and return) ***SHHS indicator 40: Use of sanitary means of excreta disposal (Proportion of household members using improved sanitation facilities (toilet connected to sewage system; any other flush toilet; improved pit latrine; traditional pit latrine). ****SHHS indicator 41: Use of improved drinking water sources and adequate sanitary means of excreta disposal (Proportion of household members using improved drinking water sources and using sanitary means of excreta disposal)

13 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) Indicators, 2006 Background Primary school Primary school net attendance rate (NPSAR)** Gender parity index entry (Net intake rate in primary Male Female Total for primary school NAR)*** education)* Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Age of child Mother s education None Primary Secondary Wealth index quintiles Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 42: Net intake rate in primary education (Proportion of children of primary school-entry age who are currently attending first grade in primary school) **SHHS indicator 43: Primary school net attendance rate (NAR) (Proportion of primary school-age children currently attending primary school) ***SHHS indicator 44: Gender parity index for primary school NAR (Ratio of primary school-age girls to boys currently attending primary school)

14 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Education Secondary school net attendance rate (NAR) * Male Female Total Primary school attendance rate of secondary school-age children (male and female)** Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Age of child Mother s education level None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 45: secondary school net attendance rate (NAR) (Proportion of children of secondary-school age currently attending secondary school **SHHS indicator 46: Primary school attendance rate of secondary school-age children (Proportion of children of secondaryschool age attending primary school)

15 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Education Pupils reaching grade 5* Primary school completion rate** Transition rate to secondary education*** Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 47: Children reaching grade 5 (Proportion of children entering first grade of primary school who eventually reach grade five) **SHHS indicator 48: Primary school completion rate (Number of children of any age who are attending the last grade of primary education (excluding the repeaters) as a proportion of children of primary school completion age (age appropriate to final grade of primary school); MDG indicator 7b ***SHHS indicator 49: Transition rate to secondary education (Proportion of children who were in the last grade of primary school during the previous school year who attend secondary school)

16 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS) Indicators, 2006 Child protection : Early marriage Birth registration* Early marriage (before age 15)** Early marriage (before age 18)** Young women aged years currently married or in union*** Polygyny**** Male 40.2 Female 37.5 Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Mother s education None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 50: Birth registration rate (Proportion of children aged 0-59 months whose births are reported registered) **SHHS indicator 51: Marriage before age 15 and age 18 (Proportion of women aged years who were first married or in union by the exact age of 15 and age of 18) ***SHHS indicator 52: Young women aged years currently married or in union (Proportion of women aged years currently married or in union) ****SHHS indicator 53: Polygyny (Proportion of women aged years in a polygynous union)

17 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Child Protection: Female Genital Mutilisation/Cutting (FGM/C) Prevalence of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C)* Approval for FGM/C (women aged years)** Approval for FGM/C (married women aged years)*** Intend to circumcise daughters**** Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Average Age group Mother s education level None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 54: Prevalence of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C): Proportion of women aged years who reported undergoing any form of FGM/C **SHHS indicator 55: Approval for FGM/C (Proportion of women aged years favouring the continuation of female genital mutilation/cutting) ***SHHS indicator 55a: Approval for FGM/C (Proportion of ever married women aged years favouring the continuation of female genital mutilation/cutting)) ****SHHS indicator 56: Intention to circumcise daughters (Proportion of ever married women aged years favouring circumcision of their daughters)

18 Children not living with a biological parent* Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Child Protection: Orphaned and vulnerable children Prevalence of orphans (one or both parents dead)** Non-orphan school attendance (10-14 years)*** Double Orphan school attendance (10-14 years)**** Double Orphan to non-orphan school attendance ratio***** Male Female Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 57: Children s living arrangements (children aged 0-17 years not living with a biological parent) **SHHS indicator 58: Prevalence of orphans (Proportion of children under age 18 with at least one dead parent) ***SHHS indicator 59: Double Orphan school attendance (Percentage of children aged who have lost both parents who are currently attending school -- boys and girls combined, regardless of cause of parental death ****SHHS indicator 60: Non-orphan school attendance (Percentage of children aged whose parents are both still alive and who live with at least one parent who are currently attending school -- boys and girls combined *****SHHS indicator 61: Double Orphan to non-orphan school attendance ratio (The ratio of current school attendance among double orphans to that among non-orphans ages 10-14) attendance)

19 Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Reproductive health: Reproductive Health: Maternal and newborn health Contraception Unmet need for Antenatal Antenatal care Skilled attendant family care*** provider**** at delivery***** planning** Contraceptive prevalence* Institutional deliveries (Delivered in health facility)****** Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Age Wiman s education level None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 62: Contraceptive prevalence (Proportion of women currently married or in union aged years who are using (or whose partner is using) a contraceptive method (either modern or traditional) **SHHS indicator 63: Unmet need for family planning (Proportion of women aged years who are currently married or in union and want to space their births or limit the number of children and who are not currently using contraception) ***SHHS indicator 64: Antenatal care (Proportion of women aged years who were attended at least once during pregnancy in the 2 years preceding the survey by skilled health personnel) ****SHHS indicator 65: Provider of antenatal care (Proportion of women aged years attended at least once during pregnancy in the two years preceding the survey by a skilled health personnel (doctor, nurse or midwife) *****SHHS indicator 66: Births attended by a qualified health personnel : Proportion of births attended by a qualified health personnel (doctor, nurse or midwife) *****SHHS indicator 67: Institutional deliveries (Delivered in health facility) (Proportion of women aged years with a birth in the two years preceding the survey who delivered in a health facility)

20 Aware of AIDS* Sudan Household Health Survey (SHHS), 2006 Knowledge of preventing HIV transmission** Awareness about mother-to-child transmission of HIV*** Knowledge of ways of mother-to-child transmission of HIV**** Northern River Nile Red Sea Kassala Gadarif Khartoum Gezira Sinnar Blue Nile White Nile N. Kordofan S. Kordofan N. Darfur W. Darfur S. Darfur Jonglei Upper Nile Unity Warab NBG WBG Lakes W. Equatoria C. Equatoria E. Equatoria SUDAN Age Education None Primary Secondary Poorest Second Middle Fourth Richest *SHHS indicator 69: Awareness of AIDS (Proportion of women in the age group years who have heard of AIDS) **SHHS indicator 70: Knowledge of preventing HIV transmission (Proportion of women aged years who correctly respond to a prompted questions regarng the two main ways of avoiding HIV infection (having only one partner and using condoms) ***SHHS indicator 71: Awareness about mother-to-child transmission of HIV (Proportion of women aged years who know that AIDS can be transmitted from mother to child) ****SHHS indicator 72: Knowledge of means of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (Proportion of women aged years who correctly identify three means of HIV transmission from mother to child )

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