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Table 7 Probability of dying between ages 15 and 49 estimates (\(_{35}q_{15}\)) for selected years and data sources

From: Examining sex differences in the completeness of Peruvian CRVS data and adult mortality estimates

  Year Males Females
WPP 2019 1993 0.110 0.072
1998 0.104 0.066
2003 0.098 0.061
2008 0.093 0.056
2013 0.088 0.051
2018 0.083 0.045
GBD 2019 1993 0.129 0.094
1998 0.112 0.080
2003 0.094 0.068
2008 0.084 0.055
2013 0.084 0.054
2018 0.075 0.047
LAMBdA 2000 0.117 0.075
2008 0.099 0.062
MINSAa–GGB–SEG 1994 0.081–0.090 0.055–0.059
1998 0.082–0.091 0.051–0.054
2003 0.064–0.071 0.041–0.044
2008 0.058–0.073 0.038–0.045
2013 0.054–0.067 0.032–0.038
2018 0.059–0.074 0.036–0.043
MINSAa–SEG 1994 0.098–0.105 0.067–0.073
1998 0.099–0.106 0.062–0.068
2003 0.077–0.083 0.050–0.055
2008 0.081–0.092 0.050–0.055
2013 0.075–0.085 0.043–0.047
2018 0.082–0.093 0.048–0.052
SINADEF 2017 0.046 0.026
2018 0.052 0.029
RENIEC 2016 0.062 0.036
2017 0.059 0.035
2018 0.065 0.038
2019 0.064 0.037
ENDES (estimated from sibling histories)b 1994–1998 0.039–0.096 0.021–0.068
1999–2003 0.030–0.076 0.009–0.051
2004–2008 0.030–0.074 0.012–0.040
2009–2013 0.022–0.074 0.012–0.033
2014–2018 0.021–0.031 0.007–0.011
ENDES (household deaths) 2015.5 0.067 0.043
2016.5 0.061 0.037
  1. Peru, 1993–2019
  2. aMINSA estimates adjusted by GGB–SEG and SEG methods correspond to the sensitivity analysis interva
  3. bENDES \(_{35}q_{15}\) estimates from sibling histories correspond to the maximum and minimum values computed or the respective period