Over half (55%) of children age 12-23 months in Togo received all recommended vaccines before their 1st birthday.
2013-14 Togo DHS »
In 2014, the Senegal Continuous DHS included questions on the prevalence of chronic diseases like hypertension and diabetes.
2014 Senegal Continuous DHS Year 2 »
1 in every 13 Zambian children dies before reaching their 5th birthday.
2013-14 Zambia DHS »
One-third of Malawian children age 6-59 months tested positive for malaria by microscopy.
2014 Malawi MIS »
In Kenya, 58% of married women age 15-49 use any method of family planning.
2014 Kenya DHS Key Indicators Report »
The 2013-14 Malawi Service Provision Assessment (MSPA) is the first census of health facilities in Malawi.
2013-14 Malawi SPA »
30% of married women in Ghana have an unmet need for family planning, according to the 2014 Ghana DHS Key Indicators Report.
2014 Ghana DHS Key Indicators Report »

The Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) Program has collected, analyzed, and disseminated accurate and representative data on population, health, HIV, and nutrition through more than 300 surveys in over 90 countries.


Religion and Reproductive Behavior in Sub-Saharan Africa (English)
Senegal: DHS, 2014 Final Report Continuous (French)
Zambia: DHS, 2013-14 - Final Report (English)



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