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Table 4 Trends in all-cause mortality (per 1000 live births) among 0–59 months of age in Mali, 2001, 2006, and 2012, by background characteristics

From: Impact evaluation of malaria control interventions on morbidity and all-cause child mortality in Mali, 2000–2012

Factors 2001
% (95% CI)
2006
% (95% CI)
2012
% (95% CI)
Changea Changeb
Age in months
 0–59 224.8 (213.3–236.2) 192.3 (180.8–203.6) 95.1 (87.8–102.3) − 14.5 − 50.5
 6–23 79.1 (71.6–86.5) 66.6 (59.3–73.9) 18.6 (15.4–21.8) − 15.8 − 72.1
 24–59 83.3 (74.7–91.8) 70.4 (61.4–79.4) 31.9 27.6–36.2) − 15.5 − 54.7
Gender
 Male 230. 2 (214.8–245.4) 192.8 (179.2–206.1) 108.5 (98.5–118.4) − 16.2 − 43.7
 Female 219.3 (204.4–233.9) 191.8 (173.5–209.7) 80.8 (71.6–89.9) − 12.5 − 57.9
Residence
 Urban 179.9 (156.2–202.9) 132.8 (105.8–159.1) 59.2 (47.6–70.6) − 26.2 − 55.4
 Rural 238.2 (225.1–251.2) 213.4 (201.4–225.2) 103.2 (94.6–111.7) − 10.4 − 51.6
Endemicity
 Moderate NA 130.7 (110.1–150.8) 60.3 (46.4–74.0) NA − 53.9
 High NA 204.5 (191.5–217.4) 101.7 (93.4–110.0) NA − 50.3
Regions
 Kayes 241.3 (216.5–265.2) 164.9 (138.4–190.6) 92.8 (75.3–109.9) − 31.7 − 43.7
 Koulikoro 218.0 (193.5–241.8) 210.8 (187.1–233.8) 86.5 (70.0–102.8) − 3.3 − 59.0
 Sikasso 223.5 (195.4–250.6) 213.0 (194.4–231.2) 109.9 (91.3–128.1) − 4.7 − 48.4
 Segou 250.6 (221.2–278.9) 228.6 (203.9–252.7) 102.2 (85.2–119.0) − 8.8 − 55.3
 Mopti (limited areas) 260.6 (227.7–292.4) 189.3 (140.1–235.7) 102.8 (81.9–123.2) − 27.4 − 45.7
 Bamako 129.8 (109.1–150.0) 99.0 (81.1–116.6) 54.6 (40.8–68.2) − 23.7 − 44.8
  1. NA non-applicable because of absence of data
  2. aRelative change from 2001 to 2006
  3. bRelative change from 2006 to 2012