New born babies increase by 5.9 percent

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2018-10-12 17:53:24

Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/ In the first 9 months of 2018, 57.6 thousand mothers delivered 58.0 thousand children (live births). Compared with the same period of the previous year, mothers increased by 3.2 (5.9 percent) thousand and new born babies increased by 3.2 (5.9 percent) thousand, reported the National Statistics Office of Mongolia on October 12.


In the first 9 months of 2018, there were 12.9 thousand deaths reported at nationwide, indicating an increase of 1168 (10.0 percent) compared with the same period of the previous year. In the first 9 months of 2018, crude birth rate per 1000 persons was 18.0, whereas crude death rate per 1000 persons was 4.0, and the natural increase rate per 1000 persons was 14.0.


Compared with the same period of the previous year, crude birth rate per 1000 persons increased by 0.7 point, crude death rate by 0.3 point and the natural increase rate by 0.4 point. Crude birth rates per 1000 persons in Ulaanbaatar city and Bayan-Ulgii, Khovd, Govisumber and Orkhon provinces were 1.3-2.9 points higher than the national average and crude birth rate, per 1000 persons in other provinces were 0.1-8.8 points lower than the national average. Crude death rates per 1000 persons in Dundgovi, Khuvsgul, Bayankhongor, Sukhbaatar, Uvurkhangai, Dornogovi, Darkhan-Uul, Uvs, Arkhangai, Dornod provinces were 0.1-0.5 points higher than the national average, and crude death rate per 1000 persons in Ulaanbaatar city was equal to the national average. Whereas, crude death rates per 1000 persons in other provinces were 0.1-1.5 points lower than the national average.


The natural increase rates per 1000 persons in Ulaanbaatar city and Govisumber Bayan-Ulgii, Khovd, Orkhon provinces were 1.7-3.6 points higher than the national average and natural increase rates per 1000 persons in other provinces were 0.2-8.7 points lower than the national average.

 


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