Core Indicators 2022
PAHO Core Indicators provide the latest data on health indicators for the Region of the Americas, a few of which may be explored in the visualization below. This dataset is composed of about 200 health and health related indicators from 1995 to 2022 for 49 countries and territories in the Region of the Americas.
Check the next update of PAHO Core Indicators in September 2023.
- Concentration of fine particulate matter (PM2.5); cities (Updated: 5/25/2023)
- Estimated infant mortality rate (1 000 lb) and under-five mortality (1 000 lb) (Updated: 5/25/2023)
- Gross national income (US$ per capita), current international (PPP-adjusted), and per capita, Atlas method (current US$) (Updated: 5/25/2023
- Gross domestic product (US$ per capita), current international (PPP-adjusted) (Updated: 5/25/2023
- GINI Index (Updated: 5/25/2023
The Regional Core Health Data and Country Profile Initiative (RCHDI) was launched by the Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) in 1995 to monitor the attainment of health goals and compliance with the mandates adopted by the Member States and the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (PASB). The principal goal of Core Indicators is to monitor the population health in the Americas over time, by country, by subregions and by the Region of the Americas. Moreover, core indicators serve to measure the progress towards agreed upon commitments such as the country adopted PAHO mandates and strategies and the health and health related Sustainable Development Indicators.