Key concepts Scenario Analysis Situational Analysis

Amenable (Avertable) deaths

Amenable or avertable deaths are deaths in disadvantaged populations due to the fact that these populations have lower coverage of high impact interventions than the least disadvantaged populations in the same country.

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