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Comprehensive Indicator Report
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HIV/AIDS
General HIV/AIDS
HIV Prevalence
HIV Knowledge and Behavior
Access to Care and Treatment
Core Human Development Indicators
Human Development Indices
Mortality
Population
General Population
Youth
Economy
General Economy
Poverty
Health
General Health
Vaccinations
Sexual & Reproductive Health
Fertility
Education
Education
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General HIV/AIDS
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Adults and children living with HIV (I-1)
(Est)
201215,0003,900,00035,300,000UNAIDS, 2013
Adults (ages 15+) living with HIV (I-2)
(Est)
201214,0003,700,00032,100,000UNAIDS, 2013
Women (ages 15+) living with HIV (I-3)
(Est)
20122,2001,400,00016,100,000UNAIDS, 2012
Children (ages 0-14) living with HIV (I-4)
(Est)
2012nd200,0003,300,000UNAIDS, 2013
AIDS orphans currently living (ages 0-17) (I-5)
(Est)
2012nd1,200,00017,800,000UNAIDS, 2013
Adults and child AIDS deaths (I-6)
(Est)
2012<500220,0001,600,000UNAIDS, 2013
nd = No data
HIV Prevalence
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Adult (ages 15-49) HIV prevalence (I-7)
(Est %)
2012<0.10.30.8UNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of sex workers who are living with HIV (I-8)
(%)
2012ndndndUNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of people who inject drugs who are living with HIV (I-8)
(%)
2012ndndndUNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of men who have sex with men who are living with HIV (I-8)
(%)
201212.4ndndUNAIDS, 2013
HIV prevalence, young women (15-24) (I-9)
(Est %)
2012<0.10.10.5UNAIDS, 2013
HIV prevalence, young men (15-24) (I-10)
(Est %)
2012<0.10.10.3UNAIDS, 2013
nd = No data
HIV Knowledge and Behavior
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Had sex before age 15 (female, ages 15-24) (I-11)
(%)
20116.28ndndUNAIDS, 2013
Had sex before age 15 (male, ages 15-24) (I-12)
(%)
2011ndndndUNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of adults (female,15–49) who have had sexual intercourse with more than one partner in the past 12 months (I-8)
(%)
2012ndndndUNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of adults (males,15–49) who have had sexual intercourse with more than one partner in the past 12 months (I-8)
(%)
2012ndndndUNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of adults who reported using a condom the last time they had higher-risk sex (female, ages 15-49) (I-13)
(%)
20129.8ndndUNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of adults who reported using a condom the last time they had higher-risk sex, (male, ages 15-49) (I-13)
(%)
2012ndndndUNAIDS, 2013
nd = No data
Access to Care and Treatment
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Percentage of HIV-infected pregnant women who received ARVs for PMTCT (I-8)
(Est %)
2012nd1853UNAIDS, 2013
Antiretroviral therapy coverage based on WHO 2010 guidelines (I-8)
(Est. %)
201259nd36UNAIDS, 2013
Reported number of adults (15+) receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) (I-8)
201227,007nd5,248,000UNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of TB patients with known HIV status
(%)
20123,07539 (1)72WHO TB Control Report, 2013
Total new and relapse TB cases (I-14)
2012216,6272,130,120 (1)5,776,838WHO TB Control Report, 2013
Reported number of children (0-14 years) receiving ART (I-8)
2012495nd356,200UNAIDS, 2013
Number of people needing antiretroviral therapy (I-8)
(Est)
2012ndnd14,600,000UNAIDS, 2013
Number of HIV-infected pregnant women needing ARVs for PMTCT (I-15)
(Est)
2012nd66,0001,380,000UNAIDS, 2013
Percentage of infants born to HIV-positive women receiving a virological test for HIV within 2 months of birth (I-8)
(%)
200917ndndUNAIDS, 2013
Reported number of pregnant women living with HIV who received ARVs for PMTCT (I-8)
201269611,820727,400UNAIDS, 2013
nd = No data
Human Development Indices
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Human development index (I-16)
(rank)
2013114ndndUNDP, 2013
Gini index (I-17)
2000-201043.0ndndUNDP, 2013
Gender inequality index (GII) (I-18)
(rank)
201277ndndUNDP, 2013
Gender inequality index (GII) (I-18)
(value)
20120.420.570.46UNDP, 2013
nd = No data
Mortality
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Life expectancy at birth (I-19)
(years)
20136967 (2)70PRB Data Sheet, 2013
Infant (Ages 0-1) mortality rate (I-20)
(per 1,000 live births)
2011204837UNICEF, 2013
Under-five mortality rate (I-21)
(per 1,000 live births)
2011256251UNICEF, 2013
Maternal mortality ratio (I-22)
(per 100,000 live births)
201099220210World Bank, 2014
nd = No data
General Population
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Total population (I-23)
mid-201396,200,0002,391,000,000 (3)7,137,000,000PRB Data Sheet, 2013
Total projected population - 2025 (I-24)
(millions)
2025115.82,746 (3)8,095PRB Data Sheet, 2013
Total projected population - 2050 (I-24)
(millions)
2050151.93,260 (3)9,727PRB Data Sheet, 2013
Rate of natural increase (I-25)
(%)
20131.51.6 (2)1.2PRB Data Sheet, 2013
Percent urban (I-26)
(%)
20136332 (2)52PRB Data Sheet, 2013
nd = No data
Youth
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Population ages 10-24
(millions)
201330.4nd1,809.60PRB Youth Data Sheet, 2013
Percent of total population ages 10-24
(%)
201331nd25PRB Youth Data Sheet, 2013
Percent of total population under 15
(%)
20133331 (4)26PRB Data Sheet, 2013
nd = No data
General Economy
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Gross national income (I-27)
(US$ per capita)
20122,5001,46210,138World Bank, 2014
Gross domestic product (I-28)
(U.S.$, millions)
2012250,1822,286,09372,440,449World Bank, 2014
nd = No data
Poverty
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Population below national poverty line (I-29)
(%)
2002-201126.5ndndUNDP, 2013
Population below U.S. $1.25/day (I-30)
(%)
2002-201218.4ndndUNDP, 2013
nd = No data
General Health
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Public spending on health (I-31)
(% if GDP)
20101.31.26.5UNDP, 2013
Physicians per 1,000 people (I-32)
(number per 1,000 people)
2005-20101.20.61.4UNDP, 2013
Births attended by skilled health personnel (I-33)
(%)
2005-200262nd70UNFPA, 2013
Prevalence of child (ages 0-5) malnutrition (I-34)
(%)
2007-2011223316UNICEF, 2013
TB treatment success rate, new smear-positive cases (I-35)
(% of cases)
20119089 (1)87WHO TB Control Report, 2013
nd = No data
Vaccinations
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Child (ages 0-1) immunization rate, DPT (I-36)
(%)
2011807583UNICEF, 2013
nd = No data
Fertility
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Total fertility rate (I-37)
(Number of children)
2010-20153.1nd2.5UNFPA, 2013
Births per 1,000 adolescent women (ages 15-19) (I-38)
(Est)
1991-201053nd49UNFPA, 2013
nd = No data
Education
IndicatorYearPhilippinesSouth & South-East Asia (R-1)WorldSource
Gross primary school enrollment ratio, male (I-39)
2008-2011107107107UNICEF, 2013
Gross primary school enrollment ratio, female (I-39)
2008-2011105105105UNICEF, 2013
Net secondary school enrollment ratio, male (I-40)
2008-2011565464UNICEF, 2013
Net secondary school enrollment ratio, female (I-40)
2008-2011674661UNICEF, 2013
nd = No data
Regional Note
R-1.The data sources used to create this report define geographic regions differently. Regional indicator figures refer to the region as defined by a particular data source. View the complete list of the countries included in the various regions according to each data source.
Data Notes
1.Data refer to WHO Southeast Asia Region.
2.Data refer to Southeast Asia.
3.Data refer to Southeast Asia and South Central Asia as defined by Population Reference Bureau.
4.Data refer to Southeast Asia only.
Indicator Notes
I-1.These estimates include adults and children living with HIV infection in 2012, whether or not they have developed symptoms of AIDS.
I-2.Estimated number of adults living with HIV in 2012.
I-3.Estimated number of women (aged 15+) living with HIV in 2012.
I-4.Estimated number of children under aged 15 living with HIV in 2012.
I-5.Estimated number of children ages 0 to 17 who have lost one or both parents to AIDS.
I-6.Estimated number of adults and children who died of AIDS in 2012.
I-7.To calculate the adult HIV prevalence proportion, the estimated number of adults (15-49 years) living with HIV in 2012 was divided by the 2012 adult population (aged 15-49).
I-8.The data are based on Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting (GARPR) obtained from the AIDSinfo database and the 2013 Global Report.
I-9.Estimated percentage of young women aged 15-24 who were living with HIV in 2012.
I-10.Estimated percentage of young men aged 15-24 who were living with HIV in 2012.
I-11.Reported percentage of young women aged 15-24 who have had sexual intercourse before the age of 15.
I-12.Reported percentage of young men aged 15-24 who have had sexual intercourse before the age of 15.
I-13.Percentage of adults aged 15–49 who had more than one sexual partner in the past 12 months who report the use of a condom during their last intercourse.
I-14.Rates are per 100,000 population.
I-15.The number of pregnant women living with HIV who need antiretrovirals for preventing mother-to-child transmission is estimated using standardized statistical modelling based on UNAIDS/WHO methods.
I-16.A composite index measuring average achievement in three basic dimensions of human development - a long and healthy life, knowledge and a decent standard of living.
I-17.Measure of the deviation of the distribution of income (or consumption) among individuals or households within a country from a perfectly equal distribution. A value of 0 represents absolute equality, a value of 100 absolute inequality. Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified.
I-18.A composite measure reflecting inequality in achievements between women and men in three dimensions: reproductive health, empowerment and the labor market.
I-19.The average number of years a newborn infant can expect to live under current mortality levels.
I-20.Probability of dying between birth and exactly one year of age, expressed per 1,000 live births.
I-21.Probability of dying between birth and exactly five years of age, expressed per 1,000 live births.
I-22.Number of deaths to women per 100,000 live births that result from conditions related to pregnancy, delivery, and related complications. These are consensus estimates of WHO, UNICEF, and UNFPA.
I-23.Estimates are based on a recent census, official national data, or PRB, UN, and U.S. Census Bureau projections. The effects of refugee movements, large numbers of foreign workers, and population shifts due to contemporary political events are taken into account to the extent possible.
I-24.Projected populations based upon reasonable assumptions on the future course of fertility, mortality, and migration. Projections are based upon official country projections, series issued by the UN or the U.S. Census Bureau, or PRB projections.
I-25.The birth rate minus the death rate, implying the annual rate of population growth without regard for migration.
I-26.Percentage of total population living in areas termed urban.
I-27.May be thought of as average income. GNI per capita (formerly GNP per capita) = gross national income, converted to U.S. dollars using the World Bank Atlas method (see below), divided by the midyear population. Gross national income = sum of value added by all resident producers plus any product taxes (less subsidies) not included in the valuation of output plus net receipts of primary income (compensation of employees and property income) from abroad. GNI, calculated in national currency, is usually converted to U.S. dollars at official exchange rates for comparisons across economies, although an alternative rate is used when the official exchange rate is judged to diverge by an exceptionally large margin from the rate actually applied in international transactions. To smooth fluctuations in prices and exchange rates, the World Bank uses the Atlas method, which applies a conversion factor that averages the exchange rate for a given year and the two preceding years, adjusted for differences in rates of inflation between the country and the G-5 countries (France, Germany, Japan, U.K., and U.S.).
I-28.GDP is the sum of gross value added by all resident producers in the economy plus any product taxes and minus any subsidies not included in the value of the products. It is calculated without making deductions for depreciation of fabricated assets or for depletion and degradation of natural resources. Data are in current U.S. dollars. Dollar figures for GDP are converted from domestic currencies using single year official exchange rates. For a few countries where the official exchange rate does not reflect the rate effectively applied to actual foreign exchange transactions, an alternative conversion factor is used.
I-29.Percentage of the population living below the national poverty line, which is the poverty line deemed appropriate for a country by its authorities. National estimates are based on population-weighted subgroup estimates from household surveys. Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified.
I-30.Percentage of the population living below the international poverty line $1.25 (in purchasing power parity terms) a day. Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified.
I-31.Current and capital spending from government (central and local) budgets, external borrowings and grants (including donations from international agencies and nongovernmental organizations), and social (or compulsory) health insurance funds, expressed as a percentage of GDP.
I-32.Number of physicians (both generalists and specialists), expressed per 1,000 people. Data are for the most recent year available during the period specified.
I-33.Percentage of births attended by skilled health personnel (doctors, nurses or midwives) is the percentage of deliveries attended by health personnel trained in providing life-saving obstetric care. This figure does not include traditional birth attendants.
I-34.Percentage of children under five whose weight for age is below minus two standard deviations from median weight for age of NCHS/WHO reference population. Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified.
I-35.Percentage of new, registered smear-positive (infectious) cases that were cured or in which a full-course treatment was completed. TB case notifications represent only a fraction of the true number of cases arising in a country because of incomplete coverage by health services, inaccurate diagnosis, or deficient recording and reporting.
I-36.Percentage of infants that received three doses of diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus vaccine.
I-37.The measure indicates the number of children a woman would have during her reproductive years if she bore children at the rate estimated for different age groups in the specified time period. Countries may reach the projected level at different points within the period. Projections are for the period 2010-2015.
I-38.The adolescent birth rate measures the annual number of births to women 15 to 19 years of age per 1,000 women in that age group.
I-39.Number of children enrolled in primary school, regardless of age, expressed as a percentage of the total number of children of official primary school age.
I-40.Number of children enrolled in secondary school who are of official secondary school age, expressed as a percentage of the total number of children of official secondary school age.