Infant Mortality Rate
Other articles related to "infant mortality rate, infant mortality, rate":
... infant mortality rate in 1922 was 76.2 death per 1000 live births ... was repealed in 1929, the infant mortality rate had fallen to 67.6 ... There was already a downward trend in infant mortality during the 1920s not the entirety of the decrease was due to Sheppard-Towner ...
... By 1947, 40% of workers died each year with a 60% infant mortality rate ... By 1947, 40% of the forced labourers died each year with a 60% infant mortality rate in the territory (according to The World Factbook's 2007 estimates, infant mortality ...
... of population by Governorates, Hebron Governorate has the highest rate of population at 13.9% of the total population, followed by Gaza Governorate 13.0% Jerusalem Governorate comes third with 10.6% ... On the other hand, Jericho and Al Aghwar Governorate has the lowest rate of population at the end of 2005 at 1.1% ... Territory is 16.7 years, the crude birth rate in the Palestinian Territory to reach 37.3 in 2005, while the fertility rate in the Palestinian Territory in 2003 declined to 4.6 births ...
... In 1985 the infant mortality rate was 84 per 1,000 by 2004, the U.S ... Other estimates report an infant mortality rate of less than 20 per 1,000 ...
Famous quotes containing the words rate, infant and/or mortality:
“We all run on two clocks. One is the outside clock, which ticks away our decades and brings us ceaselessly to the dry season. The other is the inside clock, where you are your own timekeeper and determine your own chronology, your own internal weather and your own rate of living. Sometimes the inner clock runs itself out long before the outer one, and you see a dead man going through the motions of living.”
—Max Lerner (b. 1902)
“the dark ajar, the rocks breaking with light,
and undisturbed, unbreathing flame,
colorless, sparkless, freely fed on straw,
and, lulled within, a family with pets,
and looked and looked our infant sight away.”
—Elizabeth Bishop (19111979)
“The mortality of all inanimate things is terrible to me, but that of books most of all.”
—William Dean Howells (18371920)