๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฑ Infant Mortality Rate of Israel

2.76
Infant Mortality Rate
481
Infant Deaths
47,374
Overall Deaths

The current infant mortality rate of Israel is 2.7554 infant deaths for every 1,000 live births. A -5.89% decrease from 2022, when the infant mortality rate was 2.9278 and 511 infants died for the year. In the future, Israel's infant mortality rate is projected to decrease to 0.6988 infant deaths for every 1,000 live births, by the year 2100. A total decrease of Israel's infant mortality rate by -74.64% from today's standard. This positive trend of Israel's infant mortality rate can broadly be attributed to improvements in hygiene, water quality, and living conditions that reduced the spread of infections. The avalibality of midwife-led continuity of care (MLCC) from professional midwives according to international standard also plays a role in the overall decrease of the infant mortality rate.

Historic Infant Mortality Rate of Israel (1950-2023)

Israel has seen a decrease of the infant mortality rate since the 1950's. From 35.5477 to 2.7554 infant deaths for every 1,000 live births, a decrease of -92.25% in total.

Year Infant Mortality Rate (infant deaths for every 1,000 live births) Infant Deaths Overall Deaths
1950 35.5477 1,648 8,240
1951 35.5038 1,677 8,835
1952 35.5575 1,725 9,384
1953 34.9741 1,707 9,859
1954 34.4102 1,569 10,168
1955 34.0704 1,559 10,401
1956 33.8596 1,586 11,004
1957 33.313 1,538 11,387
1958 32.6687 1,547 11,613
1959 30.9673 1,521 11,939
1960 29.8554 1,511 12,198
1961 28.8228 1,441 12,550
1962 28.3593 1,452 13,105
1963 27.3618 1,468 13,832
1964 26.6356 1,542 14,584
1965 25.9407 1,597 15,443
1966 25.5869 1,639 16,251
1967 24.7253 1,609 17,108
1968 24.6705 1,725 18,291
1969 24.1555 1,818 19,284
1970 24.0709 2,004 20,410
1971 23.3114 2,089 21,317
1972 23.3551 2,021 22,096
1973 22.914 2,099 23,003
1974 21.9892 2,111 23,828
1975 21.1584 2,072 24,247
1976 19.605 1,965 24,530
1977 19.0004 1,795 24,922
1978 17.8799 1,673 25,233
1979 17.3861 1,641 25,657
1980 16.2041 1,539 26,150
1981 16.0579 1,513 26,046
1982 16.282 1,521 28,073
1983 15.2152 1,514 27,158
1984 14.367 1,449 27,583
1985 13.2154 1,354 28,075
1986 13.1182 1,356 29,820
1987 12.2944 1,238 29,803
1988 11.453 1,215 29,995
1989 11.0883 1,197 29,718
1990 10.6205 1,173 29,648
1991 9.9186 1,113 31,627
1992 10.2315 1,107 33,270
1993 8.949 974 32,945
1994 8.6786 963 33,564
1995 8.132 941 35,174
1996 7.3511 905 34,483
1997 7.3859 905 35,789
1998 6.8412 866 36,579
1999 6.6138 851 36,958
2000 6.323 833 37,354
2001 6.0756 804 37,020
2002 6.2692 845 38,447
2003 5.8217 814 38,409
2004 5.1272 724 37,804
2005 4.8809 688 38,796
2006 4.5385 655 38,823
2007 4.3071 638 39,600
2008 4.198 641 39,275
2009 3.9298 610 38,551
2010 3.7944 606 39,199
2011 3.6076 583 40,447
2012 3.5932 593 41,547
2013 3.2047 531 41,120
2014 3.2237 546 41,773
2015 3.2574 583 43,451
2016 3.2028 586 42,981
2017 3.1922 564 43,096
2018 3.3078 581 43,833
2019 3.2707 599 45,172
2020 3.1529 557 48,137
2021 3.0271 528 49,845
2022 2.9278 511 49,521
2023 2.7554 481 47,374

Future Infant Mortality Rate of Israel (2023-2100)

Israel's positive downward trend in the infant mortality rate is set to decrease even further in the future. Where the infant mortality rate will shrink from 2.7554 to an average of 0.6988 infant deaths for every 1,000 live births. An additional decrease of -74.64% from 2023 to 2100.

Year Infant Mortality Rate (infant deaths for every 1,000 live births) Infant Deaths Overall Deaths
2023 2.7554 481 47,374
2024 2.6797 469 48,064
2025 2.6036 458 48,769
2026 2.5338 447 49,546
2027 2.4728 439 50,428
2028 2.4135 431 51,362
2029 2.3566 423 52,349
2030 2.2984 416 53,354
2031 2.242 409 54,409
2032 2.1902 404 55,545
2033 2.1506 400 56,859
2034 2.1015 394 58,071
2035 2.0567 390 59,342
2036 2.0131 386 60,630
2037 1.9683 381 61,888
2038 1.932 378 63,260
2039 1.8896 374 64,506
2040 1.8552 371 65,849
2041 1.815 367 67,049
2042 1.7805 363 68,302
2043 1.7425 358 69,436
2044 1.7098 353 70,616
2045 1.6796 348 71,798
2046 1.647 343 72,861
2047 1.6185 338 73,980
2048 1.5887 332 75,023
2049 1.56 326 76,044
2050 1.5301 321 77,014
2051 1.5027 314 78,036
2052 1.4791 309 79,162
2053 1.4533 302 80,213
2054 1.4281 296 81,295
2055 1.4033 289 82,418
2056 1.3791 283 83,589
2057 1.3556 278 84,804
2058 1.331 273 86,011
2059 1.3089 268 87,309
2060 1.2855 262 88,595
2061 1.264 258 89,973
2062 1.2433 254 91,370
2063 1.2229 250 92,785
2064 1.2032 247 94,205
2065 1.1861 243 95,734
2066 1.1651 241 97,037
2067 1.1465 238 98,445
2068 1.1284 234 99,822
2069 1.1108 231 101,170
2070 1.0936 228 102,483
2071 1.0768 226 103,755
2072 1.058 223 104,857
2073 1.0443 220 106,171
2074 1.0273 217 107,250
2075 1.0112 214 108,303
2076 0.9979 211 109,506
2077 0.9791 206 110,306
2078 0.9648 203 111,353
2079 0.9508 200 112,393
2080 0.9372 197 113,433
2081 0.9234 193 114,502
2082 0.9079 189 115,377
2083 0.895 187 116,497
2084 0.8814 183 117,579
2085 0.8676 179 118,645
2086 0.8557 176 119,887
2087 0.843 172 121,109
2088 0.8303 169 122,391
2089 0.8176 167 123,659
2090 0.8066 164 125,130
2091 0.7945 161 126,517
2092 0.7837 158 128,116
2093 0.772 155 129,628
2094 0.7601 153 131,189
2095 0.749 150 132,811
2096 0.7383 148 134,557
2097 0.7279 145 136,340
2098 0.7172 143 138,090
2099 0.7079 141 140,009
2100 0.6988 139 141,933

What is Infant Mortality Rate?

Mortality rate is a measure of the frequency of occurrence of death in a defined population during a specified interval. Infant mortality rate refers to the number of deaths of infants under one year of age per 1,000 live births in a given population. It is an important indicator of the overall health and well-being of a society, as well as the quality of healthcare and socio-economic conditions.

How is Infant Mortality Rate calculated?

The infant mortality rate or IMR for short is the number of children that die under one year of age in a given year, per 1,000 live births. Thus, infant mortality rates are calculated as the number of deaths in the first year of life divided by the number of live births, multiplied by 1000.

Infant Mortality Rate Formula

Infant Mortality Rate = deaths under 1 year / live births * 1000

What Countries have the Lowest Infant Mortality Rate?

In general, developed countries tend to have lower infant mortality rates due to better access to healthcare, advanced medical facilities, and public health initiatives. In contrast, developing countries often have higher rates due to various factors such as limited access to healthcare, inadequate nutrition, poor sanitation, and infectious diseases.

Infant Mortality Rate numbers for country change each year, thus we provide a list of countries with the lowest infant mortality rate in 2023, and previous years dating back to the 1950's.

Data Information

Data found on this page is based on the medium fertility variant of the United Nations Revision of World Population Prospects 2022.

Data Sources

The United Nations - Department of Economic and Social Affairs (Population Division)

UN Revision of World Population Prospects 2022

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