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Apart from the links, above, we also linked up with Berewarding.com where each time you answer a trivia question on their website, you contribute to the nonprofit organization who supplied the question. Below are our questions, located on BeRewarding.com where you can answer in triviaformat and contribute to OneMama at the same time. It can be a fun trivia challenge that is mutually benefitial. Poverty/Health 1. What is the percentage of infants with low birthweight in Uganda? A. 12 B. 1 C. 5 D. 4 Show/Hide Solution 2. What is the percentage of children under five who are underweight in Uganda? (below minus two standard deviations from median weight for age of reference population) A. 20 B. 30 C. 1 D. 5 Show/Hide Solution 3. What is the percentage of children under five who are severely underweight in Uganda? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 5 Show/Hide Solution 4. What is the percentage of children under five who are suffering from wasting? (below minus two standard deviations from median weight for height of reference population) A. 1 B. 20 C. 5 D. 3 Show/Hide Solution 5. What is the percentage of children under five who are suffering from stunting in Uganda? A. 32 B. 20 C. 10 D. 15 Show/Hide Solution 6. What is the percentage of the population using adequate sanitation facilities in Uganda? (2004) A. 98 B. 70 C. 50 D. 43 Show/Hide Solution 7. What is the percentage of the population using adequate sanitation facilities in urban Uganda? (2004) A. 54 B. 63 C. 70 D. 20 Show/Hide Solution 8. What is the percentage of the population using adequate sanitation facilities in rural Uganda? (2004) A. 41 B. 20 C. 55 D. 23 Show/Hide Solution 9. What is the percentage of routine EPI vaccines financed by the government in Uganda? (2006) A. 8 B. 60 C. 10 D. 18 Show/Hide Solution 10. In Uganda in 2006, what was the percentage of 1yearold children immunized against TB with the vaccine BCG? A. 85 B. 70 C. 60 D. 20 Show/Hide Solution 11. In Uganda in 2006, what was the percentage of 1yearold children immunized against DPT with the vaccine DPT1ß? A. 70 B. 89 C. 50 D. 30 Show/Hide Solution 12. In Uganda in 2006, what was the percentage of 1yearold children immunized against Polio, with the vaccine DPT3ß? A. 80 B. 60 C. 64 D. 90 Show/Hide Solution 13. In Uganda in 2006, what was the percentage of 1yearold children immunized against Polio with the vaccine polio3? A. 81 B. 20 C. 60 D. 90 Show/Hide Solution 14. In Uganda in 2006, what percentage of 1yearold children were immunized against Measles with the vaccine measles? A. 60 B. 89 C. 50 D. 75 Show/Hide Solution 15. In Uganda in 2006, what was the percentage of 1yearold children immunized against HepB with the vaccine HepB3? A. 80 B. 50 C. 30 D. 20 Show/Hide Solution 16. In Uganda in 2006, what was the percentage of 1yearold children immunized against Hib with the corresponding vaccine Hib3? A. 80 B. 30 C. 34 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 17. In Uganda in 2006, what percentage of newborns were protected against tetanus? A. 70.3 B. 88.2 C. 40.3 D. 66.4 Show/Hide Solution 18. From 20002006, what percentage of underfives with suspected pneumonia were taken to an appropriate healthcare provider in Uganda? A. 90 B. 70 C. 67 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 19. From 20002006, what percentage of underfives with diarrhea received oral rehydration and continued feeding in Uganda? A. 36 B. 29 C. 69 D. 39 Show/Hide Solution 20. From 20032006, what percentage of underfives were sleeping under a mosquito net in Uganda? A. 22 B. 50 C. 1 D. 90 Show/Hide Solution 21. From 20032006, what percentage of underfives were sleeping under a treated mosquito net in Uganda? A. 10 B. 50 C. 30 D. 25 Show/Hide Solution 22. From 20032006, what percentage of underfives received antimalaria drugs for fever? A. 20 B. 62 C. 40 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution Source Q1Q22: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/uganda_statistics.html 23. In Uganda, approximately how many children under five years are killed by malaria each year? A. 100 B. 1,000 C. 100, 000 D. 50,000 Show/Hide Solution 24. Which disease kills the most people in Uganda? A. Malaria B. AIDS C. Tuberculosis D. Other Show/Hide Solution 25. What percentage of illnesses does Malaria account for in Uganda? A. 30 B. 50 C. 40 D. 18 Show/Hide Solution 26. Malaria affects about how many people annually? A. 1 million B. 50 million C. 40 million D. 500 million Show/Hide Solution 27. About how many people die from malaria each year? A. 1 million B. 30,000 C. 50,000 D. 300,000 Show/Hide Solution 28. How many of the 500 million people affected by malaria each year are women and children? A. 375 million B. 259 million C. 60 million D. 500 million Show/Hide Solution 29. According to the World Health Organization, how much does malaria cost Africa per year? A. 1 million B. 200 million C. 12 billion D. 111 million Show/Hide Solution 30. In countries where malaria is endemic, how much does it lower the percapita growthrate? A. 0 % yearly B. 1.3 % yearly C. 2% yearly D. .06 % yearly Show/Hide Solution 31. Poor households can spend up to what percent of their total income fighting malaria? A. 34 B. 20 C. 16 D. 40 Show/Hide Solution Source Q23Q31: www.heartland.org/policybot/results/18963/Uganda_Defies_EU_Begins_DDT_Program_to_Fight_Malaria.html 32. What is the percentage of contraceptive prevalence among women in Uganda? (20002006) A. 24 B. 60 C. 50 D. 30 Show/Hide Solution 33. What is the percentage of antenatal care coverage in Uganda? (20002006) A. 50 B. 100 C. 94 D. 52 Show/Hide Solution 34. What percentage of women in Uganda have a skilled attendant at delivery? (20002006) A. 42 B. 50 C. 70 D. 80 Show/Hide Solution 35. What percentage of deliveries are institutional in Uganda? A. 50 B. 41 C. 31 D. 21 Show/Hide Solution 36. What is the percentage of the population in Uganda which makes below US$1 a day? A. 15 B. 30 C. 40 D. 85 Show/Hide Solution 37. What is the GNI per capita in Uganda? (2006) A. $300 B. $1,000 C. $3,000 D. $25,000 Show/Hide Solution 38. What is the percentage of the population in Uganda which is urbanized? A. 13 B. 25 C. 45 D. 70 Show/Hide Solution 39. What is the primary school attendance ratio for females in Uganda? A. 81 B. 60 C. 99 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 40. What is the primary school attendance ratio for males in Uganda? A. 82 B. 81 C. 97 D. 75 Show/Hide Solution 41. What is the secondary school attendance ratio for males in Uganda? A. 16 B. 30 C. 50 D. 70 Show/Hide Solution 42. What is the secondary school attendance ratio for females in Uganda? A. 16 B. 40 C. 50 D. 60 Show/Hide Solution 43. What is the estimated adult HIV prevalence rate (1549 years) in Uganda? A. 7.5 B. 6.7 C. 5.5 D. 4.5 Show/Hide Solution 44. What is the estimated number of people living with HIV in Uganda? A. 1,000,000 B. 5,000 C. 60,000 D. 70,000 Show/Hide Solution 45. What is the estimated number of children up to age 14 living with HIV in Uganda? A. 110,000 B. 50,000 C. 30,000 D. 20,000 Show/Hide Solution 46. What is the percentage of males in Uganda who have comprehensive knowledge of HIV? A. 35 B. 40 C. 45 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 47. What is the percentage of females in Uganda who have comprehensive knowledge of HIV? A. 50 B. 40 C. 35 D. 30 Show/Hide Solution 48. What is the percentage of children orphaned due to AIDS in Uganda? A. 1,000,000 B. 50,000 C. 40,000 D. 30,000 Show/Hide Solution 49. What is the total estimate of orphans living in Uganda? (up to age 17) A. 2,300,000 B. 1,000,000 C. 50,000 D. 30,000 Show/Hide Solution 50. What is the orphan school attendance ratio in Uganda? A. 94 B. 70 C. 60 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 51. What is the youth (1524 years) literacy rate among males in Uganda? A. 83 B. 60 C. 70 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 52. What is the youth (1524 years) literacy rate among females in Uganda? A. 83 B. 71 C. 69 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution Source Q32Q52: www.unicef.org/infobycountry/uganda_statistics.html 53. How many people are estimated to still remain in displacement camps in Northern Uganda? A. 800,000 B. 100,000 C. 1 million D. 1,000 Show/Hide Solution 54.Why are people still in camps in Northern Uganda? A. government insistence B. lack of infrastructure and basic services C. international pressure D. violence Show/Hide Solution 55.Basic child health indicators are the worst in which area of Uganda? A. Kampala B. Central C. Eastern D. Northeast, in the home of the Karamojong people Show/Hide Solution 56. What percentage of the population lives below the poverty line in the northeast reagion ofthe Karamojong people of Uganda? A. 50 B. 40 C. 20 D. 89 Show/Hide Solution 57. How many people die from malaria each day in Uganda? A. 230 B. 100 C. 10 D. 4 Show/Hide Solution 58. How many people die from malaria each hour in Uganda? A. 19 B. 15 C. 4 D. 9 Show/Hide Solution 59. How many women die each day while giving birth? A. 1,500 B. 200 C. 100 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 60. How many women die a year while giving birth? A. .5 million B. 1 million C. 100,000 D. 1,000 Show/Hide Solution 61. What is often termed the greatest health divide in the world? A. the risk for cancer B. the difference in pregnancy risk between women in developing countries and their peers in the industrialized world C. the risk for heart disease D. the risk for AIDS Show/Hide Solution 62. Addressing the gap in pregnancy risk between the developing and industrialized world requires an emphasis on what? A. Education and human resources B. Community involvement C. Social equality D. All of the above Show/Hide Solution 63. According to UNICEF, at a minimum, women should be guaranteed what? A. Antenatal care B. Skilled birth attendants and emergency obstetrics C. Postpartum Care D. All of the above Show/Hide Solution 64. How many children and women are estimated to still be with the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda? A. 3,000 B. 1,500 C. 1,000 D. 500 Show/Hide Solution Source Q53Q64: www.unicef.org/infobycountry/uganda_46775.html 65. What country has the highest population of children orphaned by HIV/AIDS? A. Uganda B. Angola C. Brazil D. South Africa Show/Hide Solution 66. How many people were displaced by the war in Northern Uganda? A. 1 million B. 1.8 million C. 500,000 D. 1,000 Show/Hide Solution 67. How many children have been abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army? A. 60,000 B. 30,000 C. 1,000 D. 500 Show/Hide Solution 68. What percentage of schoolaged children are not enrolled in school in Uganda? A. 18 B. 15 C. 20 D. 40 Show/Hide Solution 69. What is the dropout rate for schoolaged children in Uganda? A. 50 B. 66 C. 70 D. 20 Show/Hide Solution 70. How many children under age 5 are stunted in Uganda? A. more than 1 in 4 B. 1 in 10 C. 1 in 20 D. 1 in 50 Show/Hide Solution 71. How many of Uganda’s 27 million people are under the age of 15? A. 1 million B. 5 million C. 10 million D. Over 14 million Show/Hide Solution 72. Approximately how many adults in Uganda are illiterate? A. 1 million B. 2 million C. 6.9 million D. 15 million Show/Hide Solution 73. How many children under the age of 5 die each year from nutritionrelated causes in Uganda? A. 1,000 B. 5,000 C. 56,000 D. 100 Show/Hide Solution 74. About what proportion of Uganda’s population is not able to secure adequate food for all or part of the year? A. ¼ B. 1/8 C. 1/5 D. 1/3 Show/Hide Solution 75. What is the annual population growth rate of Uganda? A. 3.6 % B. 1% C. 5% D. .5% Show/Hide Solution 76. What is the National Poverty Rate in Uganda? A. 10% B. 20% C. 38% D. 40% Show/Hide Solution 77. How many children around the world under the age of 5 do not get basic health care? A. 1 million B. 200 million C. 5 million D. 10 million Show/Hide Solution 78. How many children die under the age of o5 each year? A. 100,000 B. 500,000 C. 1 million D. 10 million Show/Hide Solution 79. How many children under the age of 5 die a day? A. 1,000 B. 26,000 C. 500 D. 50,000 Show/Hide Solution 80. Global child mortality equates to the 2004 Asian tsunami striking how often and killing only children? A. 5 years B. 1 year C. 40 days D. 3 years Show/Hide Solution 81. According to recent polls, Americans believe the leading cause of child deaths worldwide is AIDS, when in fact AIDS accounts for what percentage? A. 3 B. 5 C. 20 D. 35 Show/Hide Solution 82. What percentage of child deaths occur in the developing world? A. 50 B. 70 C. 80 D. 99 Show/Hide Solution 83. How many children in subSaharan Africa die before the age of 5? A. 1 in 6 B. 1 in 10 C. 1 in 4 D. 1 in 100 Show/Hide Solution 84. What percentage of children who die under the age of 5 die within the first month of life? A. 10 B. 40 C. 30 D. 5 Show/Hide Solution 85. In Ethiopia and Somalia, what percentage of children do not receive basic lifesaving health care? A. 80 B. 60 C. 50 D. 30 Show/Hide Solution 86. In the Philippines and Peru, the poorest children are how many times more likely to go without essential health care? A. 3.2 B. 2 C. 1 D. 0.5 Show/Hide Solution 87. In the Philippines, what percent of the poorest children lack health care? A. 12 B. 20 C. 35 D. 46 Show/Hide Solution 88. In Peru, what percent of the poorest children lack health care? A. 15 B. 30 C. 45 D. 48 Show/Hide Solution 89. In Mali and Nigeria, the poorest children are how many times more likely to go without health care? A. 2 B. 2.5 C. 3 D. 4 Show/Hide Solution 90. In Mali, what percent of the poorest children do not get health care? A. 20 B. 30 C. 50 D. 67 Show/Hide Solution 91. In Nigeria, what percent of the poorest children do not get health care? A. 25 B. 50 C. 75 D. 83 Show/Hide Solution 92. On average, a child in the poorest fifth of a country’s population faces a risk of dying that is how much more than that of a child from the richest fifth? A. more than 2 B. 1.5 C. 1 D. 3 Show/Hide Solution 93. In many countries, the under5 mortality rate among the poorest children is how many times higher than among the wealthiest? A. 3 times B. 2 times C. 1.5 times D. 0.75 times Show/Hide Solution 94. In Peru, the poorest children are how many more times likely to die than the richest Peruvian children? A. 3 B. 5 C. 6 D. 7.4 Show/Hide Solution 95. In Asia, large disparities in child death rates between the wealthy and the poor are seen in which countries? A. Indonesia, Philippines and India B. China C. Thailand D. North Korea Show/Hide Solution 96. In Africa, which countries have the greatest survival gaps between rich and poor children? A. Uganda and Cameroon B. Ethiopia and Kenya C. Nigeria and South Africa D. Tanzania and Ghana Show/Hide Solution 97. If all children, rich and poor, were to receive a full package of essential health care, how many lives could be saved each year? A. 1 million B. 3 million C. 5 million D. 6.1 million Show/Hide Solution 98. Closing the survival gaps in India and Nigeria alone would prevent what percent of global child deaths? A. 5 B. 10 C. 15 D. 20 Show/Hide Solution 99. A child born in subSaharan Africa faces a risk of death before the age of 5 how many times greater than a child born in an industrialized country? A. 27 B. 20 C. 14 D. 9 Show/Hide Solution 100. What proportion of mothers in subSaharan Africa are likely to lose a child during their lifetime? A. 4 out of 5 B. 3 out of 5 C. 1 out of 10 D. 1 out of 20 Show/Hide Solution 101. What are the two most populous countries in the world? A. USA and China B. Russia and China C. China and India D. India and the USA Show/Hide Solution 102. How much more likely are Indian girls to die between the ages of 1 and 5 than Indian boys? A. 20% B. 30% C. 40% D. 61% Show/Hide Solution 103. By how much has India cut its child mortality rate since 1990? A. 10% B. 20% C. 30% D. 3% Show/Hide Solution 104. In China, how much more likely are girls to die before reaching 5 years than boys? A. 10% B. 20% C. 30% D. 40% Show/Hide Solution 105. What is a main reason for the gender gaps in India and China? A. inequity of health care for female and male children, caused by cultural son preference B. lack of education C. lack of female specific health care D. none of the above Show/Hide Solution 106. In India’s Punjab state, health care spending during the first two years of life is how much more for sons than daughters? A. 1.5 times B. 2.3 times C. 3 times D. 5 times Show/Hide Solution 107. How many estimated "missing girls" are there each year in India due to sexselective abortion and infanticide? A. 500,000 B. 250,000 C. 50,000 D. 1,000 Show/Hide Solution 108. Sexselective abortion and infanticide could account to how many missing girls in India over the last 20 years? A. 10 million B. 5 million C. 3 million D. 1 million Show/Hide Solution 109. Sexselective abortion and infanticide could account to how many missing girls in China over the last 20 years? A. 35 to 41 million B. 50 million C. 10 million D. 2 million Show/Hide Solution 110. A women’s lifetime risk of dying due to maternal causes in Africa is A. 1 in 26 B. 1 in 10 C. 1 in 300 D. 1 in 40 Show/Hide Solution 111. A women’s lifetime risk of dying due to maternal causes in Asia is A. 1 in 26 B. 1 in 120 C. 1 in 290 D. 1 in 7,300 Show/Hide Solution 112. A women’s lifetime risk of dying due to maternal causes in Latin America is A. 1 in 26 B. 1 in 120 C. 1 in 290 D. 1 in 7,300 Show/Hide Solution 113. A women’s lifetime risk of dying due to maternal causes in developed countries is A. 1 in 26 B. 1 in 120 C. 1 in 290 D. 1 in 7,300 Show/Hide Solution 114. How many women are estimated to give birth at home with no professional care each year? A. 1 million B. 2 million C. 40 million D. 50 million Show/Hide Solution 115. When a mother dies, how many times more likely are their young children to die? A. 3 to 10 B. 4 to 11 C. 5 times D. no correlation Show/Hide Solution 116. In Mauritania, Morocco and Mozambique, children of the urban poor are how much more likely to die before their 5th birthday compared to the rural poor? A. 10% B. 20% C. 30% D. 40 to 60% Show/Hide Solution 117. In the slums of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, infant mortality rates are how much higher than those in neighboring wealth suburbs? A. 2 times B. 5 times C. 10 times D. 20 times Show/Hide Solution 118. Babies born in rural areas are what percent more likely to die in the first month of life compared to those in urban areas? A. 10 B. 21 C. 34 D. 54 Show/Hide Solution 119. In subSaharan Africa and South Asia, what percent of women deliver with a skilled attendant? A. 40 B. 30 C. 60 D. 20 Show/Hide Solution 120. In Burundi, Eritrea, Nepal, and Pakistan, rural mothers are what percent less likely to give birth with a skilled attendant compared to urban mothers? A. 80 B. 70 C. 60 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 121. In Chad and Niger, for every 100 urban births assisted by skilled health personnel, fewer than how many rural births are? A. 70 B. 60 C. 50 D. 15 Show/Hide Solution 122. In Ethiopia, less than what percent of rural births are attended? A. 3 B. 5 C. 10 D. 15 Show/Hide Solution 123. In Ethiopia, what percent of urban births are attended? A. 70 B. 60 C. 45 D. 30 Show/Hide Solution 124. In Bangladesh, Chad and Nepal, less than what percent of births to poor mothers are attended by skilled personnel? A. 20 B. 15 C. 5 D. 4 Show/Hide Solution 125. In Ethiopia, less than what percent of poor mothers give birth with a skilled attendant? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 Show/Hide Solution 126. In Ethiopia, bestoff mothers are how many times more likely to give birth with assistance? A. 70 B. 40 C. 38 D. 14 Show/Hide Solution 127. In subSaharan Africa, the poorest children are how many times more likely to be without any basic immunization coverage than the wealthiest children? A. 2 times B. 3 times C. 5 times D. 7 times Show/Hide Solution 128. In South and East Asia, children in the poorest households are how many times more likely to receive no immunizations? A. 2 B. 3 C. 6.5 D. 8 Show/Hide Solution 129. In Niger, what percent of the poorest children are fully immunized? A. 2 B. 5 C. 20 D. 40 Show/Hide Solution 130. In Niger, what percent of the wealthiest children are fully immunized? A. 3 B. 15 C. 50 D. 89 Show/Hide Solution 131. In Chad, Nigeria, and Yemen, the poorest children are what percent less likely to be immunized against measles? A. 78 B. 50 C. 20 D. 15 Show/Hide Solution 132. Rural children, poor children, and children of poorly educated mothers are about what percent less likely than others to be taken to an appropriate health care provider when they show signs of pneumonia? A. 50 B. 30 C. 25 D. 5 Show/Hide Solution 133. The poorest children are what percent less likely to be treated for diarrhea? A. 20 B. 30 C. 40 D. 50 Show/Hide Solution 134. The poorest children are what percent less likely to be treated for fever? A. 60 B. 50 C. 40 D. 20 Show/Hide Solution 135. Worldwide spending on health care is what percent in developing countries? A. 50 B. 40 C. 30 D. 12 Show/Hide Solution 136. Worldwide spending on health care is what percent in highincome countries? A. 88 B. 70 C. 50 D. 30 Show/Hide Solution 137. What is the percent of the world’s disease burden carried by people in developing countries? A. 90 B. 70 C. 50 D. 30 Show/Hide Solution 138. What is the percent of the world’s disease burden carried by people in highincome countries? A. 90 B. 50 C. 30 D. 10 Show/Hide Solution 139. The Philippines has achieved a what percent reduction in its under5 death rate since 1990? A. 1 B. 5 C. 20 D. 38 Show/Hide Solution 140. Between 1998 and 2003, the child survival gap grew by how much in the Philippines? A. 18 B. 15 C. 13 D. 11 Show/Hide Solution 141.In Malawi, Niger and Tanzania, there is one doctor for every how many people? A.50 B.100 C.150 D.50,000 Show/Hide Solution 142. In the United States, there is a doctor for every how many people? A. 50,000 B. 5,000 C. 500 D. 391 Show/Hide Solution 143. The World Health Organization recommends a ratio of one doctor for every how many people? A. 100 B. 1,000 C. 10,000 D. 100,000 Show/Hide Solution 144. Once children reach age 5 in most countries, they do not face the same risk of death again until they are what age? A. 50 B. 60 C. 70 D. 80 Show/Hide Solution 145. What is the number one killer among children under 5 in Bangldesh? A. malaria B. HIV/AIDS C. malnutrition D. respiratory illnesses Show/Hide Solution 146. It is estimated that what percent of the nearly 10 million children who die every year could be saved simply by delivering basic services through health facilities and community health workers? A. 10 B. 20 C. 30 D. 60 Show/Hide Solution 147. In India, how many deaths of children under 5 occur each year? A. 100 B. 10,000 C. 500,000 D. 1 million Show/Hide Solution 148. In Afghanistan, what percent of children do not get basic health care? A. 10 B. 20 C. 50 D. 58 Show/Hide Solution 149. What percent of Afghan women are fully immunized? A. 24 B. 40 C. 50 D. 80 Show/Hide Solution 150. What percent of Afghan men are fully immunized? A. 20 B. 27 C. 34 D. 56 Show/Hide Solution 151. Research shows that when a female vaccinator is available in Afghanistan, how many more women will be immunized against tetanus? A. 2 times B. 3 times C. 5 times D. 10 times Show/Hide Solution 152. Research shows that when a female vaccinator is available in Afghanistan, by how much does children’s vaccination coverage improve? A. 20% B. 30% C. 40% D. 50% Show/Hide Solution Source Q65Q152: www.savethechildren.org 

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