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Table 1 Maternal mortality, fertility and family planning status, by country

From: Context-specific, evidence-based planning for scale-up of family planning services to increase progress to MDG 5: health systems research

Indicator country MMR (per 100,000 live births) Total fertility rate (TFR) CPR, modern method (married women aged 15–49) Unmet need, modern method (married women aged 15–49) Status of abortion services
Indonesia 228 [41] 2.6 [41] 57.4 [42] 17.1 [42] Illegal except if the pregnancy threatens the woman’s life, amongst other conditions [54].
Merauke District -- 3.4 Ϯ[41] 42.8 [44] 31.7 ¤ [42, 44]
Pontianak City -- 2.8 Ϯ[41] 46.7 [44] 27.8 ¤ [42, 44]
Sikka District -- 4.2 Ϯ[41] 15.3 [44] 29.2 ¤ [42, 44]
Tasikmalaya City -- 2.6 Ϯ[41] 49.5 [44] 25 ¤ [42, 44]
Philippines 162 [55] 3.3 Ϯ[40] 34 [3] 38.7 [42] Abortion is illegal. Abortion-related deaths not recorded as a cause of maternal death [56].
Pasay City 80 Ϯ[48] 2.3 Ϯ[40] 56 [50] 21.3 [40, 42, 50]
Eastern Samar 160 Ϯ[47] 4.3 Ϯ[40] 37.5 [50] 33.0 [40, 42, 50]
Northern Samar 160 Ϯ[49] 4.3 Ϯ[40] 15 [50] 55.5 [40, 42, 50]
Nepal 281 [39] 3.1 [39] 44.2 [42] 28.4 [42] Abortion legalised in 2002 and available in all districts [51].
Terai -- 3.1 [39] 47 [42, 52] 16.5 [42, 52]
Hills -- 3.0 [39] 30.6 [42, 52] 29.3 [42, 52]
Mountain -- 4.1 [39] 38.2 [42, 52] 20.5 [42, 52]
  1. -- Data not available.
  2. Ϯ Provincial / Regional level data.
  3. ¤ Indonesian Family Planning Bureau elected to use the National estimate of “need for family planning” for all regions for alignment with National policy.