Brazil Maternal Mortality Rate 2000-2021

Maternal mortality ratio is the number of women who die from pregnancy-related causes while pregnant or within 42 days of pregnancy termination per 100,000 live births. The data are estimated with a regression model using information on the proportion of maternal deaths among non-AIDS deaths in women ages 15-49, fertility, birth attendants, and GDP.
  • Brazil maternal mortality rate for 2017 was 60.00, a 3.23% decline from 2016.
  • Brazil maternal mortality rate for 2016 was 62.00, a 1.59% decline from 2015.
  • Brazil maternal mortality rate for 2015 was 63.00, a 1.61% increase from 2014.
  • Brazil maternal mortality rate for 2014 was 62.00, a 1.64% increase from 2013.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Per 100K Live Births
Equatorial Guinea 301.00
Gabon 252.00
Namibia 195.00
Guyana 169.00
Botswana 144.00
Paraguay 129.00
Venezuela 125.00
Suriname 120.00
South Africa 119.00
St. Lucia 117.00
Algeria 112.00
Dominican Republic 95.00
Guatemala 95.00
Peru 88.00
Colombia 83.00
Jamaica 80.00
Iraq 79.00
Libya 72.00
St. Vincent and the Grenadines 68.00
Mauritius 61.00
Brazil 60.00
Ecuador 59.00
Maldives 53.00
Tonga 52.00
Jordan 46.00
Samoa 43.00
Thailand 37.00
Belize 36.00
Cuba 36.00
Fiji 34.00
Mexico 33.00
China 29.00
Lebanon 29.00
Malaysia 29.00
Costa Rica 27.00
Azerbaijan 26.00
Armenia 26.00
Grenada 25.00
Romania 19.00
Russia 17.00
Turkey 17.00
Iran 16.00
Albania 15.00
Serbia 12.00
Kazakhstan 10.00
Bosnia 10.00
Bulgaria 10.00
North Macedonia 7.00
Turkmenistan 7.00
Montenegro 6.00
Belarus 2.00
Brazil Maternal Mortality Rate - Historical Data
Year Per 100K Live Births Annual % Change
2017 60.00 -3.23%
2016 62.00 -1.59%
2015 63.00 1.61%
2014 62.00 1.64%
2013 61.00 1.67%
2012 60.00 -1.64%
2011 61.00 -6.15%
2010 65.00 -5.80%
2009 69.00 -1.43%
2008 70.00 -1.41%
2007 71.00 -1.39%
2006 72.00 1.41%
2005 71.00 0.00%
2004 71.00 1.43%
2003 70.00 1.45%
2002 69.00 1.47%
2001 68.00 -1.45%
2000 69.00 -1.45%