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paediatric infections – estimated number of children (aged 0-14) living with HIV, 2007 (1000s)UNICEF
Orphans – children aged 0-17 orphaned by AIDS 2007, orphans due to all causes 2007UNICEF
% >5s with suspected pneumonia receiving antibioticsUNICEF
% >5s with suspected pneumonia taken to an appropriate health care providerUNICEF
% under-fives with diarrhoea receiving oral rehydration and continued feedingUNICEF
% of under-fives (2003 -2009*) suffering from: underweight (NCHS/WHO), moderate & severeUNICEF
% of under-fives (2003 -2009*) suffering from: wasting (WHO), moderate & severeUNICEF
% of under-fives (2003 -2009*) suffering from: stunting (WHO), moderate & severeUNICEF
>5 mortality rateUNICEF
Orphan school attendance ratio 2003-2008.UNICEF
mother-to-child transmission – estimated number of women (aged 15+) living with HIV, 2007 (1000s)UNICEF
prevalence among young people – HIV prevalence among young people (aged 15-24) 2007UNICEF
Youth literacy rate (15-24 years)UNICEF
female genital mutilation, women aged 15-49 years, daughtersUNICEF
Established adult HIV prevalence rate (age 15-49)UNICEF
% of children (2005-2009*) who are: still breastfeeding (20-23 months)UNICEF
estimated % of children aged 6-59 months reached with 2 doses of vitamin A supplements 2008UNICEF
vitamin A supplementation (full coverage)UNICEF
% of children (2005-2009*) who are: breastfed with complementary food (6-9 months)UNICEF
total adult literacy rate (%)UNICEF
% of population using improved sanitation facilitiesUNICEF
established number of people (all ages) living with HIV 2007 (1000s)UNICEF
% of people using improved drinking water sourcesUNICEF
Low birthweight, % weighing >2500g at birthUNICEF
neonatal mortality rateUNICEF
primary school attendance ratio 2003-2008UNICEF
survival rate to last primary grade (%)2003-2008UNICEF
primary school net enrolment / attendance (%)UNICEF
% who used condoms at last higher risk sex 2003-2008UNICEF
attitude towards domestic violenceUNICEF
average annual growth rate of urban population (%).UNICEF
GNI per capita (US$)UNICEF
% of population aged 0–14 yearsWHO EURO HFA database
Live births per 1000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Total fertility rateWHO EURO HFA database
Gross national product, US$ per capitaWHO EURO HFA database
0260 990001 Gross domestic product, US$ per capitaWHO EURO HFA database
Real gross domestic product, PPP$ per capitaWHO EURO HFA database
Literacy rate (%) in population aged 15+WHO EURO HFA database
Life expectancy at birth, in yearsWHO EURO HFA database
Life expectancy at age 1, in yearsWHO EURO HFA database
Life expectancy at age 15, in yearsWHO EURO HFA database
Probability of dying before age 5 years per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Disability-adjusted life expectancy (World Health Report)WHO EURO HFA database
Estimated life expectancy (World Health Report)WHO EURO HFA database
Infant deaths per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Neonatal deaths per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Early neonatal deaths per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Late neonatal deaths per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Postneonatal deaths per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Fetal deaths per 1000 birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Perinatal deaths per 1000 birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Maternal deaths per 100000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, external cause injury and poison, 0–64, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, external cause injury and poison, all ages, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, motor vehicle traffic accidents, 0–64, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, motor vehicle traffic accidents, all ages, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, suicide and self-inflicted injury, 0–64, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, suicide and self-inflicted injury, all ages, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, homicide and intentional injury, 0–64, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, transport accidents, all ages, per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
SDR, acute respiratory infections, pneumonia & influenza, children under 5 years,WHO EURO HFA database
Pertussis incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Measles incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Diphtheria incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Tetanus incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Acute poliomyelitis incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Congenital syphilis incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Congenital rubella incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Neonatal tetanus incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Rubella incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Mumps incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Clinically diagnosed AIDS incidence per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Hospital discharges, injury and poisoning per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Decayed, missing or filled teeth at age 12 (DMFT-12 index)WHO EURO HFA database
% of regular daily smokers in the population, age 15+ yearsWHO EURO HFA database
Road traffic accidents involving alcohol per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Road traffic accidents with injury per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Persons killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Average number of calories available per person per day (kcal)WHO EURO HFA database
% of total energy available from fatWHO EURO HFA database
% of total energy available from proteinWHO EURO HFA database
Average amount of cereal available per person per day (kg)WHO EURO HFA database
Average amount of fruits and vegetables available per person per day (kg)WHO EURO HFA database
Microbiological foodborne diseases, total number of outbreaksWHO EURO HFA database
Microbiological foodborne diseases per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Salmonellosis cases per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
% of population whose homes are connected to water supply systemWHO EURO HFA database
% population having access to sewage system, septic tank or other hygienic sewage disposalWHO EURO HFA database
Average number of persons per room in occupied housing unitWHO EURO HFA database
Hospitals per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
General practitioners per 100000WHO EURO HFA database
Dentists per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Pharmacists per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Nurses per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Midwives per 100000 populationWHO EURO HFA database
Total health expenditure as % of gross domestic productWHO EURO HFA database
Total health expenditure, PPP$ per capitaWHO EURO HFA database
Total inpatient expenditure as % of total health expenditureWHO EURO HFA database
Abortions per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Abortions per 1000 live births under 20 yearsWHO EURO HFA database
% of all live births to mothers aged under 20WHO EURO HFA database
% of all live births to mothers age 35+ yearsWHO EURO HFA database
Caesarean sections per 1000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
% of live births weighing 2500 g or moreWHO EURO HFA database
Congenital anomalies per 100000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
Births with Down’s syndrome per 100000 live birthsWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against tuberculosisWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against diphtheriaWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against tetanusWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against pertussisWHO EURO HFA database
% of children vaccinated against measlesWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against poliomyelitisWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against invasive disease due to Haemophilus influenzae type bWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against hepatitis BWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against mumpsWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants vaccinated against rubellaWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants breastfed at 3 months of ageWHO EURO HFA database
% of infants breastfed at 6 months of ageWHO EURO HFA database
National law banning children from riding/driving farm tractorsChild Safety Report Card
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child passenger safetyChild Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent pedestrian safetyChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent cycling safetyChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring barrier fencing for private pools (e.g., domestic pools; those associated with a residence or dwelling)Child Safety Report Card
National law stating minimum number of lifeguards required on beaches or other areas specifically specified for water leisure activitiesChild Safety Report Card
National law stating minimum number of lifeguards required at public poolsChild Safety Report Card
Policy making water safety education, including swimming lessons, a compulsory part of the school curriculumChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring mandatory use of personal floatation device/lifejacket while on the water (e.g., while boating, sailing, etc.)Child Safety Report Card
National regulation for private and public buildings requiring safe design for guardrails to prevent falls from balconies and stairsChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring child resistant packaging of household cleanersChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent poisoning preventionChild Safety Report Card
Building codes requiring working smoke detectors in all private dwellingsChild Safety Report Card
National standard that regulates safe crib designChild Safety Report Card
Fetal mortality rate by gestational age, birth weight, pluralityEuro-Persistat
Neonatal mortality rate by gestational age, birth weight, pluralityEuro-Persistat
Infant mortality rate by gestational age, birth weight, pluralityEuro-Persistat
Birth weight distribution by vital status, gestational age, pluralityEuro-Persistat
Gestational age distribution by vital status, pluralityEuro-Persistat
Prevalence of selected congenital anomaliesEuro-Persistat
Distribution of Apgar score at 5 minutesEuro-Persistat
Causes of perinatal deaths due to congenital anomaliesEuro-Persistat
Prevalence of cerebral palsyEuro-Persistat
Prevalence of hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathyEuro-Persistat
Prevalence of late induced abortionsEuro-Persistat
Severe neonatal morbidity among babies at high riskEuro-Persistat
Maternal mortality ratio by age, mode of deliveryEuro-Persistat
Maternal mortality ratio by cause of deathEuro-Persistat
Prevalence of severe maternal morbidityEuro-Persistat
Prevalence of trauma to the perineumEuro-Persistat
Prevalence of faecal incontinenceEuro-Persistat
Postpartum depressionEuro-Persistat
Multiple birth rate by number of fetusesEuro-Persistat
Distribution of maternal ageEuro-Persistat
Distribution of parityEuro-Persistat
Percentage of women who smoke during pregnancyEuro-Persistat
Distribution of mother's educationEuro-Persistat
Distribution of mother's country of originEuro-Persistat
Mode of delivery by parity, plurality, presentation, previous caesarean sectionEuro-Persistat
Percentage of all pregnancies following fertility treatmentEuro-Persistat
Distribution of timing of first antenatal visitEuro-Persistat
Distribution of births by mode of onset of labourEuro-Persistat
Distribution of place of birthEuro-Persistat
Percentage of infants breastfed at birthEuro-Persistat
Percentage of very preterm babies delivered in units without a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)Euro-Persistat
Positive outcomes of pregnancy (births without medical attention)Euro-Persistat
Neonatal screening policiesEuro-Persistat
Content of antenatal careEuro-Persistat
Cigarettes lifetime useESPAD
Cigarette use past 30 daysESPAD
Alcohol lifetime useESPAD
Alcohol use past 30 daysESPAD
Drunk past 12 monthsESPAD
Heavy episodic drinking past 30 daysESPAD
Any illicit drug lifetime useESPAD
Cannabis lifetime useESPAD
Cannabis use past 30 daysESPAD
Any other drug than cannabis lifetime useESPAD
Ecstacy lifetime useESPAD
Tranquillizers / sedative use without a doctor's prescription - lifetime useESPAD
Alcohol and pills lifetime useESPAD
Inhalants lifetime useESPAD
Percentage of children aged 3 and under 5 years enrolled in a Level 0 (pre-primary) education or kindergarten programme, by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group when available.CHILD
Prevalence of excess body weight and obesity in children and adolescents in school-aged childrenCEHAPE
Children's mortality from traffic accidentsCEHAPE
Incidence of childhood leukaemiaCEHAPE
Incidence of malignant melanomaCEHAPE
Policies to reduce unintentional child injury from falls, drowning, poisoning, fires and chokingCEHAPE
Access to safe drinking waterCEHAPE
Actions to lower children's exposure to UVCEHAPE
Blood lead level in young childrenCEHAPE
Children exposed to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS)CEHAPE
Children exposed to harmful noise at schoolCEHAPE
Children exposed to heating and cooking related combustion productsCEHAPE
Children living in homes with dampness problemsCEHAPE
Children living in the proximity of heavily trafficked roadsCEHAPE
Children's exposure to chemical hazards in foodCEHAPE
Children's mortality due to non-traffic unintentional injuryCEHAPE
Drinking water complianceCEHAPE
Exposure to air pollutants in outdoor airCEHAPE
Infant mortality due to respiratory diseasesCEHAPE
Management of bathing waterCEHAPE
National action plans to prevent obesityCEHAPE
Outbreaks of waterborne diseasesCEHAPE
Percentage of physically active children and adolescentsCEHAPE
Policies for safe transportation of childrenCEHAPE
Policies to reduce children's exposure to tobacco smokeCEHAPE
POPs in human milkCEHAPE
Prevalence of allergies and asthma in childrenCEHAPE
Waste water treatmentCEHAPE
Water safety plansCEHAPE
Work injuries among employees under 18 years oldCEHAPE
Diarrhoea morbidity CEHAPE
Diarrhoea mortalityWHO
Hospital admissions for injuriesWHO
Incidence of childhood cancerACCIS
Morbidity due to poisoningWHO
Mortality due to external causesWHO
Mortality due to poisoningWHO
Total infant mortality rate (IMR) between birth and exactly one year of age, expressed per 1000 total live births, by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group where available.CHILD
Percentage of children aged 0-14 living in localities with an annual mean concentration of >40 ppm of PM10.CHILD
Percentage of inpatient bed days of children aged under 16 occurring in hospitals where accompanying by ‘parents’ day and night is offered, as a percentage of all bed days for this age-group. CHILD
Annual incidence of childhood cancer per 100,000 population, for Leukaemia, malignant brain / CNS tumours, other malignant tumours in the age groups 0-15, 15-17 and in totalCHILD
Total Under-20 years Mortality Rate per 100,000 population by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group where available.CHILD
Annual incidence of Type I insulin-dependent diabetes per 100,000 population in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17 and in total. CHILD
Total mortality rate between birth and exactly five years of age (U5MR) expressed per 1000 total live births by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group where available.CHILD
Percentage of 15 year old school children who report that they have: used cannabis more than twice during the last 30 days; ever used heroin, and Ever used ecstasy by male, female and total, and by socio-economic group when available. CHILD
Percentage of children aged 15 reporting that they have been drunk from alcohol consumption on two or more occasions, by male, female, and total, and by socio-economic group when availableCHILD
Immunisation rates for childhood immunisation, expressed as children aged 24-35 months inclusive, having completed primary courses of immunisation as a percentage of all children in that age group, separately for the following antigens: diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, poliomyelitis, haemophilus influenza type b, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis B, meningococcus C.CHILD
Mean dmft index for 5 year old children and mean DMFT index for 12 year old children respectively by socio-economic group when available.CHILD
Annual incidence per 100,000 population of Measles, bacterial meningitis, tuberculosis in the age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17 by socio-economic group.CHILD
Prevalence of asthma by gender, and in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, by socioeconomic group.CHILD
Five year survival rate for acute lymphatic leukaemia in age groups at diagnosis 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-19CHILD
Percentage of children who are under the care or formal supervision of statutory Social Welfare or Social Services agencies, by male, female and total, and age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17.CHILD
Percentage of children reporting that they smoke very week, by male, female, and total, at ages 11, 13, 15 and by socio-economic group when available.CHILD
Percentage of children reporting that they undertake vigorous activity outside of school hours for at least two hours a week, by male, female and total at ages 11, 13, 15 and by socio-economic group when available. CHILD
Percentage of children who report that they find it easy or very easy to talk with their parents when something is really bothering them, as a percentage of all children, by male, female and total, at ages 11, 13 and 15 and by socio-economic group when available. CHILD
Annual rate of overnight hospital inpatient admissions of children suffering burns, per 100,000 population by male, female and total, in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, and by socio-economic group when available.CHILD
Annual rate of overnight hospital inpatient admissions of children suffering from poisoning, per 100,000 population, by male, female, and total in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, and by socio-economic group when available. CHILD
Annual incidence of attempted suicide, defined by inpatient hospital stays with a discharge diagnosis of attempted suicide per 100,000 population, by male, female and total, in age groups 10-14 and 15-17 and by socio-economic group when availableCHILD
Annual incidence per 100,000 population of fracture of long-bones defined by specific ICD10 code, by male, female, and total, in age groups 0-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17, and by socio-economic group when available. CHILD
Percentage of children who leave school (voluntarily or by exclusion) before the statutory school leaving age, by male, female and total.CHILD
Percentage of children at school entry who are overweight or obese as measured by the age- and sex- specific international reference standards for Body Mass Index, optionally also at 10 and 15 yearsCHILD
Cause specific mortality rates per 100,000 population for: infectious diseases; congenital malformations; malignant neoplasms (cancers); unintentional injuries; burns, poisoning, transport accidents; drowning; suicide; assault and homicide; perinatal causes by male, female and total, in age groups under 1, 1-4, 5-9, 10-14, 15-17 and by socio-economic group where available CHILD
Existence and actual enforcement of legislation and regulations establishing mandatory requirements for safe mobility and transport for childrenCHILD
Existence and enforcement of laws and regulations aimed at protecting children from exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in public placesCHILD
Existence of legislation and regulations that limit the use of lead in building and decorating materials and establish bio-monitoring of babies and children at high riskCHILD
Existence of policies aimed at assessing and reducing the exposure of babies and young children to potentially harmful noise in ICU units day care centres, schools and kindergartensCHILD
Exposure of children to household tobacco smokeCHILD
Is it national policy that children in all ages in the following groups have access to both immunisation and to non-emergency diagnostic investigations comparable to that offered the general resident child population? Asylum seekers; children of illegal immigrants / illegal residents; homeless children; culturally itinerant children (gypsies, Romany etc). CHILD
Parental support for childrenCHILD
Percentage of all 12 month children receiving breastfeeding at 12 monthsCHILD
Percentage of all 6 month children exclusively breastfed at 6 monthsCHILD
Percentage of children aged 0-4 living in households where any member of the household smokes, by socio-economic group when available. CHILD
Percentage of children attending schools with a written anti-bullying policy in operation, as a percentage of all school children CHILD
Percentage of children in the country protected by law against physical punishment, expressed as a percentage of the national child population - in schools and other places where children are looked after; in the home or by parents and family members.CHILD
Percentage of newborn children exclusively breastfed at hospital discharge or immediately after birthCHILD
National law that assumes driver responsibility in a crash involving a child pedestrian (e.g., places the burden of proof on the driver)Child Safety Report Card
National law that bans the production and sale of latex balloonsChild Safety Report Card
National law banning the marketing and sale of baby walkersChild Safety Report Card
National law controlling the sale of fireworksChild Safety Report Card
National law that enables restriction or banning of unsafe productsChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent burn/scald preventionChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent choking/strangulation preventionChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent pedestrian safetyChild Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent poisoning preventionChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent water safetyChild Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent moped/motor scooter safetyChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent fall preventionChild Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent cycling safetyChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent passenger safetyChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent water safetyChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent cycling safetyChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent burn/scald preventionChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent choking/strangulation preventionChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent fall preventionChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent moped/motor scooter safetyChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent pedestrian safetyChild Safety Report Card
National media campaign at least once in past five years targeting child and adolescent poisoning safetyChild Safety Report Card
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child burn/scald preventionChild Safety Report Card
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child fall preventionChild Safety Report Card
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child poisoning preventionChild Safety Report Card
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child choking/strangulation preventionChild Safety Report Card
National programme of child home visits that includes education on child water safetyChild Safety Report Card
National policy regarding poison control centres (e.g., funding or support for national or regional poison control centre)Child Safety Report Card
National law requiring children and adolescents to remain seated in the back seat of a motor vehicle until age 13 yearsChild Safety Report Card
National law limiting speeds for mopeds/motor scootersChild Safety Report Card
National law limiting legal age to drive a moped/motor scooter (e.g., small engine motorcycle)Child Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent burn/scald preventionChild Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent choking/strangulation preventionChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring a minimum qualification for riding a moped/motor scooter (e.g., formal exam prior to receiving riding permit)Child Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent fall preventionChild Safety Report Card
National law limiting age or number of child and adolescent passengers on mopeds/motor scootersChild Safety Report Card
Government approved national injury prevention strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent moped/motor scooter safetyChild Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent water safetyChild Safety Report Card
National law that prohibits the use of drawstrings in children’s clothingChild Safety Report Card
National law that prohibits the use of inedible materials in food productsChild Safety Report Card
National policy providing support for efforts to redesign vehicle standards to reduce risk of pedestrian injuryChild Safety Report Card
National law that regulates design and sale of blind cordsChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring graduated licensing for new drivers (e.g., law requiring multi-stage programme to allow new licensed drivers on-road driving experience under conditions of reduced risk)Child Safety Report Card
National law requiring scald preventing maximum temperature (e.g., not higher than 50°C) for tap water in domestic settingsChild Safety Report Card
National standard for public swimming pools that mandates water depth markings, step edges marked with contrasting colours, onsite safety equipment, suction outlet covers and chemical standardsChild Safety Report Card
National policy governing water safety for leisure/recreational programming at the community level (e.g., minimum levels of supervision, training or safety equipment, etc.)Child Safety Report Card
National law requiring barrier fencing for public poolsChild Safety Report Card
National regulation requiring child resistant design for cigarette lightersChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring child resistant packaging of medicationsChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring compulsory use of a helmet by moped/motor scooter riders and passengersChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring environmental changes to prevent children from falling out of windows in buildings with more than one storey/level (e.g., window guards or locks)Child Safety Report Card
National law requiring use of flame retardant fabrics in children’s nightwearChild Safety Report Card
National policy requiring playground equipment and landing surfaces to meet safety standardsChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring reduced speed in residential areas (e.g.. schools and playgrounds)Child Safety Report Card
National law requiring national recertification for lifeguards on a regular basisChild Safety Report Card
National policy requiring sale of reduced ignition propensity (RIP) cigarettes (e.g., “fire-safe” cigarettes designed to reduce risk of igniting upholstered furniture, mattresses and bedding)Child Safety Report Card
National law requiring use of bicycle helmet while cyclingChild Safety Report Card
Building codes requiring working smoke detectors in all public dwellings (e.g., hospitals, schools and daycares)Child Safety Report Card
National standard for water safety signs and symbols (e.g., no diving signs, red flag indicating ‘do not enter water’, etc.)Child Safety Report Card
National law requiring informative warning labels on products (e.g., toys) to prevent choking, suffocation or strangulationChild Safety Report Card
National law banning children from riding/driving all terrain vehicles (e.g., ATVs, three-wheelers, four-wheelers)Child Safety Report Card
Government approved national strategy with specific targets and timelines related to child and adolescent passenger safetyChild Safety Report Card
National ministry/government department with mandated responsibility for child and adolescent passenger safetyChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring use of appropriate child and adolescent passenger restraintChild Safety Report Card
National law requiring children to remain seated in rear facing car seats until age four yearsChild Safety Report Card
Doing homework ≥3 hours a day, weekends (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Active for an hour or more, average of last week and typical week (mean days) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds. HBSC
Being bullied at school at least 2-3 times a month in the past couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Being bullied at school in the past couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Being injured (and requiring medical attention) ≥1 times in the past year (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Being injured (and requiring medical attention) ≥2 times in the past year (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Being involved in a fight ≥3 times in the past 12 months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year olds HBSC
Being involved in a fight at least once in the past couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Brushing teeth more than once a day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Bullying someone else at school at least 2-3 times a month in the last couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Bullying someone else at school at least once in the last couple of months (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Dissatisfied with body (bit too fat/much too fat) (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
On a diet or doing something to control weight (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Drinking beer weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Drinking soft drinks every day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Drinking spirits weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Drinking weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Drinking wine weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Eating breakfast every school day (11%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Eating fruit every day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Eating sweets every day (11%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Eating vegetables every day (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds 15 year oldsHBSC
Ever smoked (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Having been drunk two or more times (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Less than good health (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Meeting physical activity guidelines (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Obese (%) 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Overweight (%) 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Overweight / obese (%) 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Satisfaction with life (Cantril Ladder score of ≥6) (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Smoking daily (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Smoking weekly (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Two or more symptoms more than once a week (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Using a computer ≥3 hours a day, weekdays (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Using a computer ≥3 hours a day, weekends (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Watching television ≥4 hours a day on weekdays (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Watching television ≥4 hours a day at weekends (%) 11 year olds, 13 year olds, 15 year oldsHBSC
Cannabis use 15 year olds (%) ever used, used in the last yearHBSC
Having had sexual intercourse, 15 year olds (%)HBSC
Mean age at first cigarette 15 year olds (years), ever smokers, weekly smokers, daily smokersHBSC
Mean age at first drink (years) 15 year olds who have been drunk HBSC
Mean age of first intercourse, 15 year olds (years)HBSC
Using a condom in most recent sexual intercourse, sexually active 15 year olds (%)HBSC
Using at least one contraceptive method in most recent sexual intercourse, sexually active 15-year olds (%)HBSC
Infant mortality OECD
Nutrition among children OECD
Overweight and obesity among children OECD
Physical activity among children OECD
Smoking and alcohol consumption among children OECD
Alcohol consumption among adultsOECD
Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy at age 65OECD
Overweight and obesity among adultsOECD
Tobacco consumption among adultsOECD
Cancer incidenceOECD
Diabetes prevalence and incidenceOECD
HIV/AIDSOECD
Incidence of selected communicable diseasesOECD
Mortality from all causesOECD
Mortality from cancerOECD
Mortality from heart disease and strokeOECD
Mortality from transport accidentsOECD
Self-reported health and disabilityOECD
SuicideOECD
Supply of fruit and vegetables for consumptionOECD
Infant health: Low birth weight OECD
Childhood vaccination programmes OECD
Life expectancy and healthy life expectancy at birthOECD
Existence of national transport policies that promote active transportation, such as walking or cycling to schools. Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents physically active for a minimum of one hour, 5 or more days a week (based on MVPA guidelines for physical activity). Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents who drink soft drinks (Coke or other sugared soft drinks) every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents who eat breakfast every school/college/work day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents who eat fruit every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents who eat sweets (candy or chocolate) every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents who eat vegetables every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents who have access to safe places to play -defined as space, facilities, equipment, or set of activities intended to give adolescents the opportunity to play Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of adolescents who walk or bicycle to school (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of schools offering a minimum of one hour of physical activity daily. Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of schools offering extracurricular physical activity opportunities.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of schools offering healthy food options.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines. Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of schools with ‘walk-to-school’ safe routes.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of schools with a published physical activity school policy.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of schools with a school food policy.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of young people who use computers ≥ 3 hours a day at weekends (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of young people who use computers ≥ 3 hours a day on weekdays (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of young people who watch ≥ 4 hours of television a day at weekends (by age, and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of young people who watch ≥ 4 hours of television a day on weekdays (by age, and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Provision of sports facilities and equipment to schools stated in national school policies. Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Restrictions on advertising of snack foods to adolescents.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
School nutrition policy incorporated into education curriculum.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Does the member state apply the International Code on Marketing of Breastmilk Substances? Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Existence and enforcement of legislation to protect breastfeeding mothers who workScientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Number of baby friendly hospitals (and as a percentage of all maternity hospitals)Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of all babies who are being exclusively breastfed at six months (26 weeks) of age. Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of births that take place in Baby Friendly Hospitals Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of newborns exclusively breastfed at hospital discharge or immediately after birth (home births). Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Proportion of all babies who are being breastfed at 12 months of age, even if they are also receiving infant formula or solid food Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Are nutrition standards of school meals included as part of regulatory kindergarten / pre-school care facility inspection process?Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Consumption of fresh fruit and vegetables by household with children (grams per person per day) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who are overweight or obese at primary school entry (age approx 5) as measured by the age- and sex- specific international reference standards for Body Mass Index (IOTF). Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of families who eat one meal together a day at least five days a week.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of pre-schools offering healthy food options.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of pre-schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of pre-schools with a school food policy.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Are there national requirements for programmes in Kindergartens/pre-school facilities to promote physical activity?Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Are there national requirements for programmes in schools to promote physical activity? Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Existence of legislation to support availability and access to healthy food, including school meals.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Is there legislation, or an effectively enforced voluntary code of conduct, against promoting or ‘placing’ unhealthy food in television programmes likely to be viewed by children?Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Is there legislation, or effectively enforced national policies, against advertising (unhealthy) food to children?Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children aged 5-9 living in household which purchases fruit and vegetables every week. Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children drinking soft drinks (Coke or other sugared soft drinks) every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children eating sweets (candy or chocolate) every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who walk or bicycle to school (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children whose family reports regular physical activity (walking, using playgrounds etc).Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of primary schools offering healthy food options.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of primary schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of primary schools with ‘walk-to-school’ safe routesScientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of primary schools with a school food policy.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of young people aged 5-9 who use computers ≥ 3 hours a day at weekends (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
What proportion of primary schools meet national (or other adequate) standards for promotion of physical activity?Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Existence of national transport policies that promote active transportation, such as walking or cycling to schools. Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who eat breakfast every school day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who eat fruit every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who eat sweets (candy or chocolate) every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who eat vegetables every day (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who have access to safe places to play – defined as space, facilities, equipment, or set of activities intended to give children the opportunity to play Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of children who walk or bicycle to school (by age and sex) Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools offering a minimum of one hour of physical activity daily. . Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools offering extracurricular physical activity opportunities.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools offering healthy food options.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools offering school meals consistent to dietary guidelines.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools with ‘walk-to-school’ safe routes.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools with a published physical activity school policy.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools with a school food policy.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of secondary schools with school nutrition policy incorporated into education curriculum.Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
Percentage of young people physically active for a minimum of one hour, 5 or more days a week (based on MVPA guidelines for physical activity). Scientific Platform Project on Lifestyle determinants of Obesity
% of children (2005-2009*) who are: exclusively breastfed (<6 months)UNICEF
infant mortality rateUNICEF
immunization – 1 year olds immunised against TB, DPT, Polio, measles, HepB, HiB, % newborns protected against tetanusUNICEF
Sub-national indicators of child health & the European Union