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Ind. NoPotential and Indicative IndicatorPotential Lead agency or agenciesOther Goals Indicator Applies toData available?Annually structured DataUploadedDocument Name
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Goal 1: End of poverty in all its forms everywhere
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1Proportion of population below $1.25 (PPP) per day (MDG Indicator)World Bank8
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2Proportion of population living below national poverty line, by urban/rural (modified MDG Indicator)World Bank, UN DESA11
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3Multidimensional Poverty IndexUNDP, World Bank, UNSD, UNICEF2, 3, 4, 8, 11
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4Percentage of eligible population covered by national social protection programsILO8, 10, 11
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5Percentage of women, men, indigenous peoples, and local communities with secure rights to land, property, and natural resources, measured by (i) percentage with documented or recognized evidence of tenure, and (ii) percentage who perceive their rights are recognized and protected.FAO, UNDP, UN-Habitat2, 5, 10, 11
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6Losses from natural disasters, by climate and non-climate-related events (in US$ and lives lost)UNISDR, FAO, WHO, CRED2, 6, 11, 13
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7Total fertility rateUN Population Division, UNFPA
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complementary National indicators
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1.1 poverty gap ratio(MDG Indicator)
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1.2. Percentage of population using banking services (including mobile banking)
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1.3. [Indicator on equal access to inheritance] – to be developed
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1.4. [Disaster Risk Reduction Indicator] – to be developed
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Goal 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture See Annex 1 (page 64) for a synthesis of how indicators track food security and nutrition across all goals
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8Proportion of population below minimum level of dietary energy consumption (MDG Indicator)FAO, WHO3
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9Percentage of women of reproductive age (15-49) with anemiaFAO, WHO3
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10Prevalence of stunting and wasting in children under 5 years of ageWHO, UNICEF1,3
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11Percentage of infants under 6 months who are exclusively breast fedWHO, UNICEF3
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12Percentage of women, 15-49 years of age, who consume at least 5 out of 10 defined food groupsFAO, WHO
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13Crop yield gap (actual yield as % of attainable yield)FAO
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14Number of agricultural extension workers per 1000 farmers [or share of farmers covered by agricultural extension programs and services]FAO
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15Nitrogen use efficiency in food systemsFAO International,Fertiliser Industry Association
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16[Crop water productivity (tons of harvested product per unit irrigation water)] – to be developedFAO6
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Complementary National Indicators:
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2.1. Percentage of population with shortfalls of: iron, zinc, iodine, vitamin A, folate, vitamin B12, [and vitamin D]
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2.2. Proportion of infants 6–23 months of age who receive a minimum acceptable diet
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2.3. Percentage children born with low birth weight
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2.4. Cereal yield growth rate (% p.a.)Available
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2.5. Livestock yield gap (actual yield as % of attainable yield)
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2.6. [Phosphorus use efficiency in food systems] – to be developed
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2.8. Percentage of total daily energy intake from protein in adults`
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2.9. [Access to drying, storage and processing facilities] – to be developed
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2.10. [Indicator on genetic diversity in agriculture] – to be developed
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2.11. [Indicator on irrigation access gap] – to be developed
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2.12. [Farmers with nationally appropriate crop insurance (%)] – to be developed
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2.13. Public and private R&D expenditure on agriculture and rural development (% of GNI)
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2.14. [Indicator on food price volatility] – to be developed
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Goal 3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages See Annex 1 (page 71) for a synthesis of how indicators track health across all goals
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17Maternal mortality ratio (MDG Indicator) and rateWHO, UN Population Division, UNICEF, World BankAvailable
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18Neonatal, infant, and under-5 mortality rates (modified MDG Indicator)WHO, UNICEF, UN Population Divisionavailable
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19Percent of children receiving full immunization (as recommended by national vaccination schedules)UNICEF, GAVI, WHO
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20HIV incidence, treatment rate, and mortality (modified MDG Indicator)WHO, UNAIDS
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21Incidence, prevalence, and death rates associated with all forms of TB (MDG Indicator)WHOAvailabe
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22Incidence and death rates associated with malaria (MDG Indicator)WHOAvailable
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23Probability of dying between exact ages 30 and 70 from any of cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, [or suicide]WHO
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24Percent of population overweight and obese, including children under 5WHO
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25Road traffic deaths per 100,000 populationWHO, UN-Habitat
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26[Consultations with a licensed provider in a health facility or the community per person, per year] – to be developedWHO
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27[Percentage of population without effective financial protection for health care] – to be developedWHO
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28Proportion of persons with a severe mental disorder (psychosis, bipolar affective disorder, or moderate-severe depression) who are using servicesWHO
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29Contraceptive prevalence rate (MDG Indicator)UN Population Division and UNFPAAvailable
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30Current use of any tobacco product (age-standardized rate)WHO
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Complementary National Indicators:
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3.1. Percentage of births attended by skilled health personnel (MDG Indicator)
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3.2. Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit and at least four visits) (MDG Indicator)
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3.3. Post-natal care coverage (one visit) (MDG Indicator)PDF
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3.4. Coverage of iron-folic acid supplements for pregnant women (%)
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3.5. Incidence rate of diarrheal disease in children under 5 years
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3.6. Percentage of 1 year-old children immunized against measles (MDG Indicator)
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3.7. Percent HIV+ pregnant women receiving PMTCT
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3.8. Condom use at last high-risk sex (MDG Indicator)
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3.9. Percentage of tuberculosis cases detected and cured under directly observed treatment short course (MDG Indicator)
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3.10. Percentage of children under 5 with fever who are treated with appropriate anti-malarial drugs (MDG Indicator)
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3.11. Percentage of people in malaria-endemic areas sleeping under insecticide-treated bed nets (modified MDG Indicator)
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3.12. Percentage of confirmed malaria cases that receive first-line antimalarial therapy according to national policy
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3.13. Percentage of suspected malaria cases that receive a parasitological test
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3.14. Percentage of pregnant women receiving malaria IPT (in endemic areas)
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3.15. Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) cure rate
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3.16. Incidence and death rates associated with hepatitis
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3.17. Percentage of women with cervical cancer screening
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3.18. Percentage of adults with hypertension diagnosed & receiving treatment
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3.19. Harmful use of alcohol
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3.20. Healthy life expectancy at birth
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3.21. Waiting time for elective surgery
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3.22. Prevalence of insufficient physical activity
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3.23. Fraction of calories from added saturated fats and sugars
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3.24. Age-standardized mean population intake of salt (sodium chloride) per day in grams in persons aged 18+ years
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3.25. Prevalence of persons (aged 18+ years) consuming less than five total servings (400 grams) of fruit and vegetables per day
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3.26. Percentage change in per capita [red] meat consumption relative to a 2015 baseline
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3.27. Age-standardized (to world population age distribution) prevalence of diabetes (preferably based on HbA1c), hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and chronic respiratory disease
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3.28. [Mortality from indoor air pollution] – to be developed
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3.29. Percentage of health facilities meeting service specific readiness requirements
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3.30. Percentage of population with access to affordable essential drugs and commodities on a sustainable basis
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3.31. Percentage of new health care facilities built in compliance with building codes and standards
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3.32. Public and private R&D expenditure on health (% GNP)
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3.33. Ratio of health professionals to population (MDs, nurse midwives, nurses, community health workers, EmOC caregivers)
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3.34. Percentage of women and men aged 15–49 who report discriminatory attitudes towards people living with HIV
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3.35. Stillbirth rate Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all
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Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all
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31Percentage of children (36-59 months) receiving at least one year of a quality pre-primary education programUNESCO, UNICEF, World BankAvailable/cant see
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32Early Child Development Index (ECDI)UNICEF, UNESCO
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33Primary completion rates for girls and boysUNESCOAvailabe/ cant see
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34[Percentage of girls and boys who master a broad range of foundational skills, including in literacy and mathematics by the end of the primary school cycle based on credibly established national benchmarks to be developed.
UNESCO
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35Secondary completion rates for girls and boysUNESCO
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36[Percentage of girls and boys who achieve proficiency across a broad range of learning outcomes, including in literacy and in mathematics by end of lower secondary schooling cycle (based on credibly established national benchmarks)] – to be developedUNESCO
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37Tertiary enrollment rates for women and menUNESCOAvaillabletertiary enrollment ratio all sexes.xls
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