Maternal and child health coverage in Kenya
Who is being left behind?
National Data +
Coverage*
Coverage*: %
Household wealth
Bottom 40%: Upper 60%:
Location
Urban: Rural:
Age of woman/mother
Below 25: 25 and over:
Education
Below Secondary: Secondary and higher:
Ethnicity
Minority: Non-minority:
National
Household wealth
Bottom 40%: 81% Upper 60%: 69%
Location
Urban: 81% Rural: 73%
Age of woman/mother
Below 25: 76% 25 and over: 76%
Education
Below Secondary: 73% Secondary and higher: 82%
Ethnicity
Minority: 73% Non minority: 77%
*The Composite Coverage Index (CCI) is a measure of the estimated coverage of eight essential maternal and child health interventions: family planning, skilled birth attendance, ante-natal care, the DPT3 vaccine, the measles vaccine, the BCG (tuberculosis) vaccine, oral rehydration therapy (for children with diarrhoea) and pneumonia care
Source: ODI computations of the World Health Organization (WHO) CCI for groups within Kenya using DHS (2014) data. See ODI 2016