According to World health statistics report 2012, the world has made significant progress, having reduced the number of child deaths from almost 10 million children aged less than five years in 2000 to 7.
What does WHS stand for?
WHS stands for World Health Statistics
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We have 213 other meanings of WHS in our Acronym Attic
- Wolfson High School
- Woodbridge High School (Irvine, CA)
- Woodbury High School (Woodbury, NJ)
- Woodchurch High School (Wirral, UK)
- Woodside High School (California)
- Woodstock Historical Society (Woodstock, CT)
- Wooster High School (Wooster, Ohio USA)
- Wootton High School (Rockville, Maryland)
- Workplace Health and Safety (various locations)
- Workplace Health Services (various locations)
- World Heritage Site (UNESCO)
- World History Sources (George Mason University; Fairfax, VA)
- Wyaconda High School
- Wycombe High School (High Wycombe, Bucks, United Kingdom)
- Wyoming High School (Wyoming, OH)
- Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports (US DoD)
- Wadsworth Hall Student Association (Houghton, MI)
- Waler Horse Society of Australia Inc. (Australia)
- Warninglid Home and School Association (UK)
- Washington Head Start Association
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6) The World Health Statistics 2011 report described a 37% coverage (range 35 - 39%) among people with advanced HIV infection in 2009, and the 2011 UNGASS report reported a 55% coverage (range 52-58%) in 2010.
World Health Statistics 2011 Available at: http://www.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100330/DC79154) According to World Health Statistics released in 2009, Afghanistan has the highest infant mortality rate among member states (165 per 1,000) and exceeds all regional averages in neonatal and maternal mortality ratios.
3% of females, according to the latest statistics (for 2005) from the recently published World Health Organisation World Health Statistics 2009.
World Health Statistics 20 08 (5) presents the most recent available health statistics for WHO's 193 Member States and with data on an expanded set of over 70 key health indicators.
The WHO's annual World Health Statistics recorded about nine million deaths of under five year-olds in 2007, 28 percent less than the 12.
Rates of maternal mortality in sub-Saharan Africa have shown little improvement since 1990, with a ratio around 900 per 100 000 live births--approximately double that of developing countries in general and 100 times greater than the developed countries, according to the World Health Organization's recently released World Health Statistics 2008.