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teachers were trained mainly in the districts of Caué and Cantagalo. In Caué, 26 teachers were trained, 22 of them male and four female. In the Cantangalo district, 40 teachers were trained, 24 male and 16 female.

Although there has been improvement, as reflected in the indicators, it is important to stress

that there is reality in a classrooms,

still a scarcity of classrooms and that the three-shift system continues to be a

number of provide the

schools.

number

of

For this reason, it is necessary to continue to build

textbooks

needed

for

the

different

levels

of

education,

increase the number of trained teachers and create the conditions for them level of education for which they were trained, in order to firmly establish the

to work at the conditions that

would strengthen the quality of education. In this way we who fail and prevent overcrowding in any particular grade.

can

lower

the

number

of

students

IV.2.2 Health

Table 8. Physical Implementation of Health Programs

Physical Indicators Nº of health units built Nº of nurses and health specialists trained

2003

2004

2005

2006

30

2

n/a

27

41

107

2015

Source: Ministry of Health Statistics Department

Table 9: Trend in health indicators

2003

2004

66

65

2284

908

98.7

96

86.4%

86.4%

148.6

287.9

76.4%

79.8%

Indicators Life expectancy at birth Inhabitants/physician Inhabitants/nurse Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) Under-five child mortality rate (per 1000) Percentage of children vaccinated against measles Maternal mortality rate (per 100,000) Rate of assisted births Rate of contraceptive use HIV-AIDS prevalence rates among pregnant women aged 15-24

n/a

n/a

Rate of malaria prevalence

446

464

Malaria mortality rate

1.4

1.2

Proportion of malaria deaths as a percentage of all deaths Source: Ministry of Health Statistics Department

16.7%

148.8%

2005

2006

2015 (target)

65

67.6

2284

2284

800

800

59

47

20/000

94,6

53.8

40/000

83.8%

100%

n/a

75.7

17/100 000

n/a

90%

90%*

28.7

29

96

1.5%

1.5%

n/a

57.8/000

3/000

n/a

0.16%

Reduce to 100%

n/a

3.4

Reduce to 100%*

*Goals be reached by 2008 under the Health and Nutrition Program

1. According to the available data, there was no change in the number of inhabitants per physician or inhabitants per nurse in 2006. We think that ways must be found to train more

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