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Table 1 Baseline and endline coverage levels for each of the three projections at national level

From: Using the Lives Saved Tool to aid country planning in meeting mortality targets: a case study from Mali

Interventions 2014 Baseline (%) 2023 Endline
Projection 1 target (%) Projection 2 target (%) PRODESS/PDDSS target (%)
Contraceptive prevalence 11 20 20 20
Antenatal care 41 55 50 65
Tetanus toxoid vaccination 42 80 80  
Pregnant women protected by insecticide treated bednets (ITN) 73 90 90  
Iron Supplementation 22 30 30  
Malaria case management 0 5 5  
Skilled birth attendance 60 90 90 90
Health facility delivery 60 90 90  
Basic Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (BEmOC) 9 30 35 9
Exclusive breastfeeding (0 – 1 month) 59 90 90  
Exclusive breastfeeding (1 – 5 month) 31 70 70  
Clean postnatal practices 16 30 30  
Vitamin A supplementation 61 70 80  
Zinc supplementation 0 4 4  
Improved water source 66 80 80  
Water connection in the home 9 10 10  
Utilization of latrines or toilets 24 30 30 30
Hand washing with soap 17 50 50  
Ownership of ITNs 84 95 95  
DPT-three doses 74 98 98 98
Hemophilus. influenzae B (HiB) – three doses 74 98 98 98
Hepatitis B vaccine (HepB) – three doses 74 98 98 98
Measles – single dose 72 98 98 98
BCG – single dose 87 98 98  
Rotavirus two doses 0 20 20  
Pneumococcal – three doses 74 98 98  
Polio – three doses 81 98 98  
Thermal care 16 45 45  
Oral antibiotic for newborn 7 20 15  
Vitamin A for Measles treatment 61 70 70  
Newborn sepsis case management 27 55 55  
ORS – oral rehydration solution 37 50 60  
Antibiotic for treatment of dysentery 15 30 50  
Zinc – for treatment of diarrhea 2 30 20  
Oral antibiotic for pneumonia 27 40 50  
Artemisinin for malaria 15 40 50  
Stunting 38 8 15 15
Wasting 13 4 5 5