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Uploaded on Tuesday 21 Feb 2012
Infant mortality in selected regions of the Arctic
Philippe Rekacewicz, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
Infant mortality, a common health and human livelihoods indicator, is generally higher among indigenous peoples than the average populations, and can be used as a general indicator on the level of health. This graphic shows the infant mortality rate in selected regions of the Arctic and compares them to the national averages.