This layer contains population counts and 10 indicators of global population and maternal health by country. Layer is rendered to show the percent of married women ages 15-49 using any contraception. Data is from Population Reference Bureau's 2017 World Population Data Sheet or from their DataFinder site. Fields included are:Population, mid-2017 (reported in millions)Percent of Population Ages <15Percent of Population Ages 65+Male Life Expectancy at BirthFemale Life Expectancy at BirthTotal Fertility Rate: Children per WomanInfant Mortality Rate: Infant Deaths per 1,000 BirthsMaternal Mortality Rate: Maternal Deaths per 100,000 Births (from DataFinder, data from 2013)% Births Attended by Skilled Health Personnel (from DataFinder, year of most recent data available is different for each country, oldest is 2011)% Married Women Ages 15-49 Using Modern Contraception*% Married Women Ages 15-49 Using Any Contraception**Null values indicate that data is not available.*Modern methods include anything that requires supplies or trips to a clinic: condom, pill, injection, IUD, sterilization, etc.**Any method includes modern methods as well as abstinence, fertility awareness/cycle beads, withdrawal, and any other methods that do not require supplies or clinics.For detailed definitions, sources, and footnotes, see page 20 ofPRB's 2017 World Population Data SheetandPRB's DataFinder site.