Cameroon and Brazil play each other today at the World Cup. Here are some quick stats about the 2 countries. Pool play ends on Thursday, so this is the last comparison infographic we’ll share until we find out more about match-ups in the second stage of the World Cup!
Honduras & Ecuador face off today at the World Cup. Here are some stats from their most recent surveys:
Colombia and Côte d’Ivoire play each other today at the World Cup – Here they are head to head in DHS surveys:
Brazil and Mexico play each other today at the World Cup. How do they measure up in DHS terms?
Find these stats and more over at STATcompiler!
Country of origin:
When not working, favorite place to visit:
Inuwa: The farm
Amaka: The market
Where would we find you on a Saturday?
Inuwa: In Jalingo at the farm, in Abuja at home or at work.
Amaka: At home.
First time you worked with DHS data:
What do you miss most about home when you are here?
Inuwa: I miss my family.
Amaka: I miss my family, the warm weather in my country, and sometimes my favorite dishes.
What is your favorite DHS final report cover?
Amaka: I like the 2013 Nigeria DHS cover.
Favorite DHS chapter or indicator, and why?
Inuwa: Infant mortality –Children are not supposed to die, rather they should live to their full potentials. I want to see that indicator drop in my country to 1 digit.
Amaka: Child Health, because of my love for children.
What population or health issue are you most passionate about? Why?
Inuwa: Maternal/Child Care– I want to see women giving safe births and children survive the first 5 years after birth.
Amaka: Maternal health, because I have lost many relations and some friends due to complications during child birth.
How do you hope the DHS data from your country will be used?
Inuwa: To re-strategize programs and projects and formulate policies that will improve the quality of life and standard of living among Nigerians.
Amaka: to be used by the government to improve programming for a better life for its citizens.
What have you learned from the DHS experience?
Inuwa: I have learned professionalism and specialization, since staff specialized in specific areas and views are respected.
Amaka: it has built my capacity generally.
Mexico and Cameroon match up today at the FIFA World Cup. How do they measure up inDHS terms?
The FIFA World Cup is coming up in just a few days, and The DHS Program has conducted surveys in 9 of the 32 countries participating in the tournament. Follow along right here on the blog or on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest using the hashtag #DHSWorldCup to watch their progress as they compete! You can also keep track of wins, losses, and points scored forDHS countries with this handy bracket. Do you think a DHS country will win?