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1. Cholera Cases and Total Number of Deaths Reported to the World Health Organization (WHO), and Number of Countries Reporting, 1950-1998 [WHO_CholeraDeaths]
Cholera was the first disease for which modern public health surveillance and reporting was carried out in an organized way. It is one of the three diseases currently reportable under the International ...


2. Diseases of the Respiratory System - Number of Deaths [geodata_0418]
Diseases of the Respiratory System: Effects are generally irritation and reduced lung function with increased incidence of respiratory disease, especially in more susceptible members of the population ...


3. Diseases of the Respiratory System - Number of Deaths per 100,000 Population [geodata_1761]
Diseases of the Respiratory System: Effects are generally irritation and reduced lung function with increased incidence of respiratory disease, especially in more susceptible members of the population ...


4. Healthy Life Expectancy (HALE) [geodata_1474]
Healthy life expectancy (HALE) is based on life expectancy (LEX), but includes an adjustment for time spent in poor health. This indicator measures the equivalent number of years in full health that ...


5. Improved Drinking Water Coverage - Rural Population [geodata_0048]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


6. Improved Drinking Water Coverage - Total Population [geodata_1034]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


7. Improved Drinking Water Coverage - Urban Population [geodata_0032]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


8. Improved Sanitation Coverage - Rural Population [geodata_0028]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


9. Improved Sanitation Coverage - Total Population [geodata_1029]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


10. Improved Sanitation Coverage - Total Population with Shared Sanitation [geodata_2197]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


11. Improved Sanitation Coverage - Urban Population [geodata_0052]
Access to safe drinking water is estimated by the percentage of the population using improved drinking water sources, as described below. Similarly, access to sanitary means of excreta disposal is ...


12. Number of Cholera Cases in the Americas, 1990-2008 [PAHO_CholeraCases]
This data table (Excel PDF) lists the number of cholera cases in the Americas from 1990 to 2008, per country and covering all countries in the Region of the Americas.(15/Jul/2008)


13. Reported Cholera Cases - Number of Deaths [geodata_1883]
Cholera is an acute, diarrheal illness caused by infection of the intestine with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. The infection is often mild or without symptoms, but sometimes it can be severe. Approximately ...


14. Reported Malaria Cases - Total Number [geodata_1772]
There are over 40 species of anopheline mosquitoes that transmit human malaria, which differ in their transmission potential. The most competent and efficient malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae, occurs ...


15. Reported Malaria Cases - Total Number per 100,000 Population [geodata_1775]
There are over 40 species of anopheline mosquitoes that transmit human malaria, which differ in their transmission potential. The most competent and efficient malaria vector, Anopheles gambiae, occurs ...


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