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Table 1 Ranking of departments by annual increase of per capita expenditure

From: Understanding drivers of domestic public expenditure on reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health in Peru at district level: an ecological study

Department Per capita expenditure on reproductive health (constant 2012 US$/woman of reproductive age), 2004–2012 Per capita expenditure on maternal-neonatal health (constant 2012 US$/pregnant woman), 2000–2012 Per capita expenditure on child health (constant 2012 US$/under-five child), 2000–2012
Beta SE Beta SE Beta SE
Amazonas 0.38 0.14 15.37 11.51 16.03 4.47
Ancash 0.65 0.20 22.14 8.14 12.42 4.99
Apurimac 1.50 0.28 51.13 12.07 25.93 10.41
Arequipa 0.91 0.32 38.59 5.25 9.64 1.62
Ayacucho 1.19 0.13 49.50 8.25 24.40 8.56
Cajamarca 0.75 0.14 23.02 7.72 15.51 6.76
Cusco 0.57 0.16 29.65 5.33 12.24 5.46
Huancavelica 0.58 0.15 15.61 6.37 18.47 9.66
Huanuco 0.47 0.09 15.01 9.17 12.66 9.18
Ica 0.83 0.29 18.06 11.39 10.33 3.93
Junin 0.40 0.12 18.22 7.95 9.54 3.13
La Libertad 0.50 0.14 25.71 7.26 10.69 4.44
Lambayeque 0.88 0.19 22.23 6.98 8.66 1.86
Lima 0.23 0.08 41.77 8.44 8.31 1.59
Loreto 0.82 0.27 19.15 11.67 11.78 2.61
Madre de Dios 2.87 0.86 47.02 8.90 24.00 8.37
Moquegua 0.51 0.19 50.76 23.56 28.08 9.27
Pasco 0.75 0.17 9.43 9.67 14.56 3.56
Piura 0.27 0.07 16.51 6.22 11.03 3.12
Puno 0.44 0.14 18.57 3.52 10.25 4.32
San Martin 0.98 0.32 27.75 4.67 11.11 2.90
Tacna 0.39 0.12 73.86 13.84 20.70 4.03
Tumbes 0.53 0.24 51.22 23.03 13.39 6.16
Ucayali 0.54 0.21 30.40 10.68 13.14 3.95