Child Health in Low Income Countries infographic

Download PDF

SUBJECTS: Math, Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Fertility/Mortality, Public Health

Bar graphs show the percentage of children in low income countries who have access to clean water, access to basic sanitation, the measles vaccine, and the DTP vaccines. Data is provided for 1990, 2000, 2010, and 2015.

Health data is from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Graphic originally published on the Quick Trip to 7.6 Billion wall chart.

Infographic shows percentage of children over time with access to health indicators like basic sanitation and measles vaccine

Other Resources You Might Like:

Young child at a health clinic getting a check up
Growing Up Healthy

Through playing a board game, students are presented with various health-related scenarios that can hurt or help child health and... Read more »

A woman in Kigali, Rwanda speaking to other women and girls.
A Healthier Rwanda: Progress for Mothers and Babies

Health case study reading: Discover Rwanda’s success in improving child and maternal mortality over the past 20 years.

Screenshot of video lesson plan "Unfair Race" showing socioeconomic conditions in different countries
Unfair Race

Representing different countries, students step forward or backward based on social and economic conditions in their borders, then consider which... Read more »