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Map Data and Definitions – Where We Work

Where we work This map offers an overall high-level view of where we work by country. It is not intended to offer detail of the individual states or districts that have received our aid. Emergency Programs Supporting and empowering communities and frontline health workers across the continuum of disaster preparedness, response and recovery. Access to Medicine Support to partner hospitals, clinics and medical teams to increase access and improve health outcomes for their patients and communities. Clinical Services Supporting and delivering quality clinical services that bridge treatment, prevention and health promotion. Community Health Supporting design and implementation of clinic-to-community programs to deliver sustained health improvements. Health Care Providers & Partners Partner hospitals, clinics and medical teams/providers that have received support from AmeriCares within the past 2 years. Corporate Partners Providers of the donated medicines and supplies shipped to health care providers & partners Shipments Commodity assistance sent to health care providers & partners within the given timeframe. Projects Financial and/or technical assistance support for a specific initiative with a defined goal & set of outcomes. Country Offices Americares global sites that support program and project implementation. Value of Aid US-based value of medicines & medical supplies + financial project support for given time period. Human Development Index The Human Development Index (HDI) is a composite statistic of life expectancy, education, and income per capita indicators, which are used to rank countries into four tiers of human development. A country scores higher HDI when the lifespan is higher, the education level is higher, the GDP per capita is higher, the fertility rate is lower, and the inflation rate is lower. UNDP Human Development Report, 2014 Maternal Mortality Rate Number of deaths due to pregnancy-related causes per 100,000 live births. UNDP Human Development Reports, 2013 Under-five Mortality Rate Probability of dying between birth and exactly age 5, expressed per 1,000 live births. UNDP Human Development Report, 2013 Number of community health workers World Health Organization Cardiovascular diseases, deaths per 100 000 World Health Organization, 2012. Diabetes, deaths per 100 000 World Health Organization, 2012 Mental Health Outpatient facilities per 100 000 World Health Organization, 2011 Country Disaster Risk United Nations University, 2014 Population World Bank, 2015