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Michoacan de Ocampo
  
1. ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER 2. ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION 3. PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMEN 4. REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY 5. IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH 6. COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES 7. ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 8. DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
 

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Indicators Estados Unidos Mexicanos Michoacan de Ocampo Target Mexico
Baseline Most recent data Baseline Most recent data
1. ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER
1.A. Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people whose income is less than 1.25 dollars a day
1.1. Proportion of population below $1.25 (PPP) per day - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 9.3
(1989)
3.7
(2014)
ND
(1989)
3.3
(2014)
National target 2015: 4.6
1.B. Achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all, including women and young people
1.5. Employment-to-population ratio (referred to working age population) - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 55.3
(1995)
57.4
(2016)
ND
(1995)
58.4
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
1.7. Proportion of self-employed and unpaid workers - ReformulatedNational and breakdown by entity 36.6
(1995)
27.2
(2016)
ND
(1995)
33.2
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
BMT 1.5. Youth unemployment rate - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 11.3
(1995)
7.7
(2016)
ND
(1995)
4.3
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
BMT 1.D. Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people who suffer food poverty
BMT 1.1. Proportion of the population living in households suffering food poverty - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 31.5
(1989)
20.5
(2014)
ND
(1989)
24.4
(2014)
National target 2015: 15.7
2. ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION
2.A. Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling
2.1. Net enrollment ratio in primary education (6 to 11 years old) - UN officialNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 97.6
(1990/1991)
98.4
(2016/2017)
87.4
(1990/1991)
97.4
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 100.0
2.2. Proportion of pupils starting grade 1 who reach last grade of primary - UN officialNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 75.1
(1991/1992)
96.5
(2016/2017)
78.0
(1991/1992)
91.3
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 100.0
2.3. Literacy rate of 15-24 year-olds - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 95.4
(1990)
99.1
(2016)
93.6
(1990)
98.7
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
2.3.a. Literacy rate of 15-24 year-olds, women - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 94.8
(1990)
99.1
(2016)
93.8
(1990)
99.0
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
2.3.b. Literacy rate of 15-24 year-olds, men - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 96.1
(1990)
99.0
(2016)
93.5
(1990)
98.5
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
2.4. Completion rate in primary education - Suggested by MexicoNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 70.1
(1990/1991)
98.3
(2015/2016)
61.1
(1990/1991)
94.3
(2015/2016)
National target 2015: 100.0
BMT 2.8. School attendance rate (6 to 11 year-olds) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National, breakdown by entity and municipality 99.8
(1990/1991)
102.5
(2016/2017)
91.0
(1990/1991)
101.4
(2016/2017)
Does not apply
BMT 2.9. Gross enrollment ratio in primary school (6 to 11 year-olds) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National, breakdown by entity and municipality 110.8
(1990/1991)
105.4
(2016/2017)
109.2
(1990/1991)
106.3
(2016/2017)
Does not apply
BMT 2.B. Ensure that, by 2015, all children between the 3 and 5 years of age receive a pre-school education and complete it in the official period (three years)
BMT 2.1. Net rate of enrollment ratio in pre-school education (3 to 5 years of age) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National, breakdown by entity and municipality 40.5
(1990/1991)
74.3
(2016/2017)
31.2
(1990/1991)
80.0
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 100.0
BMT 2.C. Ensure that, by 2015, all children aged 12 enter secondary education, that the 12-14 age group receives secondary education and that 90 % complete it in the official period (three years)
BMT 2.2. Net rate of enrollment ratio in secondary school education (12 to 14 years of age) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National, breakdown by entity and municipality 49.6
(1990/1991)
86.2
(2016/2017)
37.3
(1990/1991)
77.9
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 100.0
BMT 2.3. Net rate of new entry to secondary school education (12 years of age) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National, breakdown by entity and municipality 51.1
(2000/2001)
65.6
(2016/2017)
48.1
(2000/2001)
60.3
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 100.0
BMT 2.4. Absorption rate of primary education graduates - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National, breakdown by entity and municipality 82.3
(1990/1991)
97.1
(2016/2017)
70.8
(1990/1991)
97.8
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 100.0
BMT 2.5. Completion rate in secondary school education - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National, breakdown by entity and municipality 73.9
(1990/1991)
87.7
(2015/2016)
67.9
(1990/1991)
73.7
(2015/2016)
National target 2015: 90.0
BMT 2.10. School attendance rate (12 to 14 year-olds) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 75.9
(1990/1991)
93.8
(2016/2017)
77.5
(1990/1991)
87.9
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 100.0
3. PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMEN
3.A. Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education, preferably by 2005, and in all levels of education no later than 2015
3.1.a. Ratio of girls to boys in primary education - UN officialNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 0.943
(1990/1991)
0.964
(2016/2017)
0.943
(1990/1991)
0.965
(2016/2017)
National target 2005: 0.96
3.1.b. Ratio of girls to boys in secondary education - UN officialNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 0.950
(1990/1991)
0.978
(2016/2017)
0.978
(1990/1991)
1.001
(2016/2017)
National target 2005: 0.96
3.1.c. Ratio of girls to boys in upper secondary education - ReformulatedNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 0.936
(1990/1991)
1.017
(2016/2017)
0.979
(1990/1991)
1.075
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 0.96
3.1.d. Ratio of girls to boys in tertiary education - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 0.749
(1990/1991)
0.982
(2016/2017)
0.848
(1990/1991)
0.974
(2016/2017)
National target 2015: 0.96
3.2. Share of women in wage and salaried workers in non-farm sector - ReformulatedNational and breakdown by entity 38.0
(1995)
41.4
(2016)
ND
(1995)
43.9
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
4. REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY
4.A. Reduce by two-thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the under-five mortality rate
4.1 Under-five mortality rate - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 41.0
(1990)
15.1
(2015)
39.8
(1990)
14.7
(2015)
National target 2015: 13.7
4.2 Infant mortality rate - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 32.5
(1990)
12.5
(2015)
33.0
(1990)
12.4
(2015)
National target 2015: 10.8
4.3 Proportion of 1 year-old children immunised against measles - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 73.8
(1990)
100.9
(2015)
67.2
(1990)
98.6
(2015)
National target 2015: 95.0
BMT 4.1. Under-five mortality rate due to diarrhoeal diseases (deaths per 100 thousand children under 5) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 145.9
(1990)
7.3
(2015)
126.3
(1990)
7.3
(2015)
National target 2015: 48.6
BMT 4.2. Under-five mortality rate due to acute respiratory diseases (deaths per 100 thousand children under 5) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 124.5
(1990)
16.5
(2015)
100.3
(1990)
17.6
(2015)
National target 2015: 41.5
BMT 4.3. Proportion of 1 year-old children with complete basic scheme of vaccination - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 69.2
(1993)
96.7
(2015)
71.8
(1993)
101.3
(2015)
National target 2015: 90.0
5. IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH
5.A. Reduce by three-quarters, between 1990 and 2015, the maternal mortality ratio
5.1. Maternal mortality ratio (deaths per 100 thousand live births) - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 88.7
(1990)
34.6
(2015)
49.1
(1990)
34.3
(2015)
National target 2015: 22.2
5.2. Proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 76.7
(1990)
98.0
(2016)
74.5
(1990)
99.0
(2016)
National target 2015: More than 90.0
5.B. Achieve, by 2015, universal access to reproductive health
5.3. Contraceptive prevalence rate in women of childbearing age in cohabitation - ReformulatedNational and breakdown by entity 63.1
(1992)
72.3
(2014)
55.8
(1992)
68.1
(2014)
Monitoring indicator
5.4. Birth rate in women aged 15 to 19 - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 76.8
(1990)
65.7
(2014)
71.8
(1990)
60.0
(2014)
Monitoring indicator
5.5. Average number of antenatal care visits for pregnant women assisted by institutions of the National Health System - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 4.4
(2000)
5.3
(2015)
4.1
(2000)
6.2
(2015)
National target 2015: 5.0
5.6. Unmet need for family planning - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 25.1
(1987)
5.0
(2014)
ND
(1987)
4.4
(2014)
Monitoring indicator
6. COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES
6.A. Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS
6.12. HIV/AIDS mortality rate (per 100 thousand inhabitants) - Suggested by MexicoNational and breakdown by entity 1.7
(1990)
3.9
(2015)
0.8
(1990)
2.1
(2015)
National target 2015: 3.5
6.C. Have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the incidence of malaria and other major diseases
6.6. Incidence rate associated with malaria (per 100 thousand inhabitants) - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 51.1
(1990)
0.4
(2015)
120.0
(1990)
0.0
(2015)
National target 2015: 3.0
6.8. Proportion of treatments given to confirmed cases of malaria in children under -5 years old for prevention, control and elimination of Plasmodium Vivax transmission - ReformulatedNational and breakdown by entity 100.0
(1990)
100.0
(2015)
100.0
(1990)
NA
(2015)
National target 2015: 100.0
6.9.a. Incidence rate associated with tuberculosis (all forms) per 100 thousand inhabitants - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 16.6
(1990)
17.3
(2016)
9.0
(1990)
7.4
(2016)
National target 2015: 15.6
6.9.b. Tuberculosis mortality rate (all forms), deaths per 100 thousand inhabitants - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 7.1
(1990)
1.8
(2015)
3.7
(1990)
0.9
(2015)
National target 2015: 1.7
6.10. Proportion of pulmonary tuberculosis new cases cured by the end of the treatment - ReformulatedNational and breakdown by entity 70.7
(2000)
86.5
(2015)
79.8
(2000)
83.7
(2015)
National target 2015: 85.0
6.13. Proportion of the population from localities in malaria risk areas who receive treatment, single dose (TDU 3x3x3), to prevent, control and eliminate the transmission of the Plasmodium Vivax - Suggested by MexicoNational and breakdown by entity 100.0
(1999)
100.0
(2015)
100.0
(1999)
NA
(2015)
National target 2015: 100.0
6.14. Proportion of treatments given to confirmed cases of malaria to the prevention, control and elimination of Plasmodium Vivax transmission - Suggested by MexicoNational and breakdown by entity 76.0
(1990)
100.0
(2015)
74.0
(1990)
NA
(2015)
National target 2015: 100.0
BMT 6.D. Reduce the number of cases of tuberculosis to 5.5 per 100 thousand inhabitants and the number of deaths to 1.5 per 100 thousand inhabitants
BMT 6.2. Pulmonary tuberculosis incidence rate (per 100 thousand inhabitants) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 14.1
(1990)
13.6
(2015)
7.0
(1990)
5.4
(2015)
National target 2015: 5.5
BMT 6.3. Pulmonary tuberculosis mortality rate (deaths per 100 thousand inhabitants) - Beyond the Millennium Targets (BMT)National and breakdown by entity 6.2
(1990)
1.4
(2015)
3.0
(1990)
0.7
(2015)
National target 2015: 1.5
7. ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
7.B. Reduce biodiversity loss, achieving, by 2010, a significant reduction in the rate of loss
7.11. Proportion of inhabitants of private homes using charcoal or wood for cooking - Suggested by MexicoNational, breakdown by entity and municipality ND
(1990)
18.6
(2014)
ND
(1990)
ND
(2014)
Does not apply
7.C. Halve, by 2015, the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation
7.8. Proportion of population with regular access to an improved drinking water source - ReformulatedNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 78.4
(1990)
95.3
(2015)
78.2
(1990)
96.8
(2015)
National target 2015: 89.2
7.9. Proportion of population using an improved sanitation facility - ReformulatedNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 58.6
(1990)
91.4
(2015)
50.1
(1990)
89.3
(2015)
National target 2015: 79.3
7.D. By 2020, to have achieved a significant improvement in the lives of at least 100 million slum dwellers
7.10. Proportion of urban population living in slums - ReformulatedNational, breakdown by entity and municipality 35.68
(1992)
13.05
(2014)
ND
(1992)
21.11
(2014)
Monitoring indicator
8. DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
8.F. In cooperation with the private sector, make available the benefits of new technologies, especially information and communications
8.14. Fixed telephone suscriptions per 100 inhabitants - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 6.10
(1990)
15.97
(2016)
3.42
(1990)
10.56
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
8.15. Mobile cellular subscriptions per 100 inhabitants - UN officialNational and breakdown by entity 13.87
(2000)
91.02
(2016)
8.39
(2000)
64.18
(2016)
Monitoring indicator
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ND Not available.
NA Does not apply.
National and breakdown by entity.
National, breakdown by entity and municipality.



  

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