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Table 1 Infant mortality rate disaggregated by the five equity stratifiers in Yemen: Evidence from 2013 Yemen demographic and health survey

From: Socioeconomic, urban‐rural and sex‐based inequality in infant mortality rate: evidence from 2013 Yemen demographic and health survey

Dimension of Inequality Subgroup Estimate (95 % CI) Population
Economic status Quintile 1 (poorest) 53.23(46.06, 61.44) 7313
Quintile 2 58.26(50.18, 67.53) 6873
Quintile 3 46.91(40.65, 54.07) 6356
Quintile 4 37.45(31.71, 44.17) 5886
Quintile 5 (richest) 33.03(26.44, 41.20) 5314
Education status No education 49.74(45.23, 54.67) 19,075
Primary school 45(39.63, 51.05) 9291
Secondary school + 34.15(26.46, 43.97) 3377
Place of residence Rural 50.79(46.50, 55.45) 23,210
Urban 35.71(30.67, 41.56) 8533
Sex Female 45.02(40.7, 49.78) 15,519
Male 48.37(43.99, 53.15) 16,224
Subnational region Ibb 51.50 (35.99–73.18) 3480
Abyan 41.02 (28.27–59.16) 572
Sanaa City 31.56 (24.07–41.29) 2586
Al-Baidha 61.40 (53.56–70.31) 1253
Taiz 50.88 (39.79–64.85) 3919
Al-Jawf 26.07 (12.71–52.72) 277
Hajjah 32.24 (23.15–44.73) 2152
Al-Hodiedah 49.11 (38.98–61.71) 4037
Hadramout 26.76 (18.98–37.62) 1566
Dhamar 60.93 (49.66–74.55) 2644
Shabwah 29.77 (19.71–44.72) 562
Sadah 43.16 (31.05–59.72) 1046
Sanaa 59.77 (47.68–74.68) 1720
Aden 35.31 (22.67–54.60) 776
Lahj 27.98 (18.49–42.13) 777
Mareb NA 237
Al-Mhweit 54.97 (45.03–66.94) 1005
Al-Mhrah NA 121
Amran 58.51 (46.16–73.92) 1353
Aldhalae 42.61 (34.89–51.94) 804
Reimah 53.42 (43.22–65.87) 847
National average   46.73 31,743
  1. Notes: NA data not available for the region