Mugu District
Selected Demographics and Health Indicators: Mugu
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Demography

1991

2001

Source

Total population

36,364

31,465

CBS

Male

18,262

16,134

CBS

Female

18,102

15,331

CBS

0-4 years

6,817

4,865

CBS

5-9 years

4,576

4,794

CBS

10-14 years

3,561

3,538

CBS

15-49 years

17,381

14,486

CBS

50-59 years

2,313

2,089

CBS

60 + years

1,717

1,693

CBS

Population growth rate %

NA

1.9

CBS

Total households

6,837

8,261

CBS

Average household size

5.3

5.3

CBS

Urban population %

NA

NA

CBS

Adolescent population (10-19 years)

6,895

6,367

CBS

Female population of reproductive age (15-49 years)

8,698

6,954

CBS

Singulate mean age at marriage of female (years)

17.6

18.0

CBS

Disabled population (male/female) No.

 

2001

Source

Physical

 

21/19

CBS

Blind

 

8/22

CBS

Deaf

 

34/18

CBS

Mental

 

10/11

CBS

Multiple

 

6/5

CBS

Major caste/ethnicity %

 

2001

Source

Brahman/Chhetri Group

 

65.70

CBS

Advanced Group

 

0.10

CBS

Marginalized Group

 

3.30

CBS

Highly Marginalized Group

 

0.05

CBS

Disadvantaged Group

 

10.35

CBS

Endangered Group

 

0.00

CBS

Dalit Group

 

19.75

CBS

Unidentified Group

 

0.10

CBS

Others

 

0.65

CBS

Religion %

1991

2001

Source

Hinduism

89.6

86.4

CBS

Buddhism

10.3

13.5

CBS

Islam

0.0

0.0

CBS

Others

0.1

0.0

CBS

Human development

1996

2001

Source

Life expectancy at birth Yrs

36.0

44.1

NHDR

Male

36.0

43.0

NHDR

Female

34.5

45.3

NHDR

Literacy rate of 6 yrs + %

22.0

28.0

CBS

Male

37.9

45.4

CBS

Female

5.2

9.3

CBS

Adult literacy rate of 15 yrs + %

19.0

24.1

NHDR

Male

35.1

41.6

NHDR

Female

2.4

5.2

NHDR

Infant mortality rate Per 1,000 live births

NA

173.8

NHDR

Social empowerment index (SEI)

NA

0.050

NHDR

Human development index (HDI)

0.147

0.304

NHDR

Human poverty index (HPI)

NA

61.100

NHDR

Gender empowerment measure (GEM)

0.040

0.304

NHDR

Gross domestic product PPP US $

783

1,105

NHDR

Per capita income US $

NA

203

NHDR

Health facility

 

2002

Source

Number of hospitals

 

0

LMIS

Number of primary health care centres

 

1

LMIS

Number of health posts

 

8

LMIS

Number of sub health posts

 

16

LMIS

Number of ayurvedic health facilities

 

1

LMIS

Number of pharmacies

 

5

INRUD

Human resources for health

 

2002

Source

Number of doctors

 

1

HuRDIS

Number of nurses

 

30

HuRDIS

Number of para-medicals

 

36

HuRDIS

Health worker population ratio in '000 population

 

2002

Source

Doctor population ratio

 

31.5

HuRDIS

Nurse population ratio

 

1.0

HuRDIS

Para-medicals population ratio

 

0.9

HuRDIS

Sanitation and drinking water

 

2001

Source

Population with access to toilet

 

14.2

NHDR

Population with access to safe drinking water

 

55.2

NHDR

Child health

1999

2004

Source

Incidence of ARI among U5 children Per 1,000 population

247

461

DoHS

Incidence of diarrhoea among U5 children Per 1,000 population

245

302

DoHS

Percent of malnourished U3 children (Weight/Age)

40.5

39.9

DoHS

Chronic malnourishment among U5 children (Stunting)

NA

68.8

NHDR

Immunization

1999

2004

Source

Estimated number of infant population

1,401

1,714

DoHS

Percent of BCG coverage (< 1 yr)

111.5

70.1

DoHS

Percent of DPT 3 coverage (< 1 yr)

67.9

60.0

DoHS

Percent of Polio 3 coverage (< 1 yr)

66.2

56.6

DoHS

Percent of Measles coverage (< 1 yr)

122.9

55.0

DoHS

Maternal health

1999

2004

Source

Expected pregnancies

1,818

2,050

DoHS

Percent of 4 ANC visits among first visits

NA

21.0

DoHS

Percent of delivery by health workers (as % of expected pregnancy)

5.3

4.3

DoHS

Percent of first post natal visits (as % of expected pregnancy)

17.2

8.3

DoHS

Family planning

1999

2004

Source

Contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) %

12.9

12.8

DoHS

Couple years of protection (CYP) as % of MWRA

4.5

11.2

DoHS

Morbidity

1999

2004

Source

Case finding rate of tuberculosis %

NA

44

DoHS

Malaria incidence Per 1,000 population

NA

NA

DoHS

Kala-azar incidence Per 100,000 risk population

0.00

0.00

DoHS

Leprosy prevalence rate Per 1,000 population

1.70

1.74

DoHS

Top five most common diseases %

1999

2004

Source

ARI

5.72

13.97

DoHS

Skin disease

5.84

11.63

DoHS

Diarrhoeal diseases

5.41

8.77

DoHS

Intestinal worms

6.89

8.62

DoHS

Gastritis

3.82

7.84

DoHS

Mortality

1999

2004

Source

ARI - case fatality rate

3.0

2.6

DoHS

Diarrhoea - case fatality rate

0.6

0.9

DoHS

Hospital services

 

2004

Source

Number of hospitals reporting

 

0

DoHS

Number of hospital beds sanctioned

 

NA

DoHS

Number of beds available

 

NA

DoHS

Number of inpatients

 

NA

DoHS

Bed occupancy rate (%)

 

NA

DoHS

Number of deliveries (normal)

 

NA

DoHS

Number of deliveries (complicated)

 

NA

DoHS

Number of live births

 

NA

DoHS

Number of still births

 

NA

DoHS

Number of low weight babies (LWB)

 

NA

DoHS

Number of maternal deaths

 

NA

DoHS

Number of neonatal deaths

 

NA

DoHS

Number of deaths

 

NA

DoHS

Disasters effects for the past 32 years

 

1971-2001

Source

Deaths

 

233

NSET

Injury

 

78

NSET

Affected families

 

1,593

NSET

Total loss at present value Rs in million

 

107.7

NSET

 
 
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