Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere

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1.1.1 Proportion of population below the international poverty line, by sex, age, employment status and geographical location (urban/rural)

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //15 years old and over//Both sexes (%)

.......................................5.60............12.50................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //15 years old and over//Female (%)

.......................................5.50............12.40................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //15 years old and over//Male (%)

.......................................5.60............12.50................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //15 to 24 years old//Both sexes (%)

.......................................7.80............16.50................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //15 to 24 years old//Female (%)

.......................................6.70............14.70................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //15 to 24 years old//Male (%)

.......................................8.50............17.60................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //25 years old and over//Both sexes (%)

.......................................4.80............11.00................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //25 years old and over//Female (%)

.......................................5.20............11.70................................................................................................

Employed population below international poverty line, by sex and age //25 years old and over//Male (%)

.......................................4.60............10.50................................................................................................

proportion of population below international poverty line (%)

...............3.00.....................8.00...............16.00.............................................................................................
1.2.1 Proportion of population living below the national poverty line, by sex and age

Proportion of population living below the national poverty line //All areas (%)

...............35.00.....................46.00...............58.00.............................................................................................

Proportion of population living below the national poverty line //Rural (%)

.......................................44.30...............................................................................................................

Proportion of population living below the national poverty line //Urban (%)

.......................................13.20...............................................................................................................
1.2.2 Proportion of men, women and children of all ages living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions

Average proportion of deprivations for people multidimensionally poor //All age ranges or no breaks by age//All areas//Both sexes (%)

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Proportion of children living in child-specific multidimensional poverty //under 18 years old//All areas//Both sexes (%)

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Proportion of population living in multidimensional poverty //under 18 years old//All areas//Both sexes (%)

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Proportion of population living in multidimensional poverty //All age ranges or no breaks by age//All areas//Both sexes (%)

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Proportion of population living in multidimensional poverty //All age ranges or no breaks by age//All areas//Female (%)

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Proportion of population living in multidimensional poverty //All age ranges or no breaks by age//All areas//Male (%)

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Proportion of households living in multidimensional poverty //All areas (%)

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1.3.1 Proportion of population covered by social protection floors/systems, by sex, distinguishing children, unemployed persons, older persons, persons with disabilities, pregnant women, newborns, work-injury victims and the poor and the vulnerable

[ILO] Proportion of population covered by at least one social protection benefit, by sex //Both sexes (%)

.........36.20.............................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of children/households receiving child/family cash benefit, by sex //Both sexes (%)

.........38.20.............................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of population with severe disabilities receiving disability cash benefit, by sex //Both sexes (%)

.........30.2030.30..........................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of population with severe disabilities receiving disability cash benefit, by sex //Female (%)

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[ILO] Proportion of population with severe disabilities receiving disability cash benefit, by sex //Male (%)

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[World Bank] Proportion of population covered by labour market programs //Total (national average) or no breakdown (%)

.......................................3.53...............................................................................................................

[World Bank] Proportion of population covered by labour market programs //Quantile 1 (poorest) (%)

.......................................7.20...............................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of mothers with newborns receiving maternity cash benefit //Female (%)

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[ILO] Proportion of population above statutory pensionable age receiving a pension, by sex //Both sexes (%)

.........92.1085.80.............................................44.00..........................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of population above statutory pensionable age receiving a pension, by sex //Female (%)

.........71.20.............................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of population above statutory pensionable age receiving a pension, by sex //Male (%)

.........100.00.............................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of poor population receiving social assistance cash benefit, by sex //Both sexes (%)

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[World Bank] Proportion of population covered by social assistance programs //Total (national average) or no breakdown (%)

.......................................21.87...............................................................................................................

[World Bank] Proportion of population covered by social assistance programs //Quantile 1 (poorest) (%)

.......................................25.35...............................................................................................................

[World Bank] Proportion of population covered by social insurance programs //Total (national average) or no breakdown (%)

.......................................6.00...............................................................................................................

[World Bank] Proportion of population covered by social insurance programs //Quantile 1 (poorest) (%)

.......................................3.25...............................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of unemployed persons receiving unemployment cash benefit, by sex //Both sexes (%)

.........0.90.............................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of unemployed persons receiving unemployment cash benefit, by sex //Female (%)

.........0.90.............................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of unemployed persons receiving unemployment cash benefit, by sex //Male (%)

.........0.90.............................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of vulnerable population receiving social assistance cash benefit, by sex //Both sexes (%)

............5.80..........................................................................................................................................

[ILO] Proportion of employed population covered in the event of work injury, by sex //Both sexes (%)

...56.60...................................................................................................................................................
1.4.1 Proportion of population living in households with access to basic services

Proportion of population using basic drinking water services, by location //All areas (%)

.........87.0886.4985.8885.0384.5284.0183.5183.0282.4781.9281.3980.8680.3479.8279.3179.1478.9678.77..........................................................................................

Proportion of population using basic drinking water services, by location //Rural (%)

.........75.7874.3272.8771.7371.6271.5271.4271.3271.2271.1271.0270.9270.8270.7270.6270.5170.4170.31..........................................................................................

Proportion of population using basic drinking water services, by location //Urban (%)

.........93.1093.1093.1092.5791.9991.4090.8290.2489.6589.0788.4887.9087.3286.7386.1586.1586.1586.15..........................................................................................

Proportion of population using basic sanitation services, by location //All areas (%)

.........73.8572.2570.4768.5966.6964.7862.8660.9458.9356.9054.8552.7850.7048.6046.4944.3542.2140.04..........................................................................................

Proportion of population using basic sanitation services, by location //Rural (%)

.........62.3560.2357.9355.5553.1750.7948.4146.0343.6541.2738.9036.5234.1431.7629.3827.0024.6222.24..........................................................................................

Proportion of population using basic sanitation services, by location //Urban (%)

.........79.9878.7877.4475.9874.5273.0671.6070.1468.6867.2365.7764.3162.8561.3959.9358.4757.0155.55..........................................................................................
1.4.2 Proportion of total adult population with secure tenure rights to land, with legally recognized documentation and who perceive their rights to land as secure, by sex and by type of tenure

Proportion of people with legally recognized documentation of their rights to land out of total adult population, by sex //Both sexes (%)

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Proportion of people with legally recognized documentation of their rights to land out of total adult population, by sex //Female (%)

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Proportion of people who perceive their rights to land as secure out of total adult population, by sex //Both sexes (%)

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Proportion of people with secure tenure rights to land out of total adult population, by sex //Both sexes (%)

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Proportion of people with secure tenure rights to land out of total adult population, by sex //Female (%)

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1.5.1 Number of deaths, missing persons and directly affected persons attributed to disasters per 100,000 population

Number of people affected by disaster (number)

.........9......936............4.....................................................................................................................

Number of directly affected persons attributed to disasters (per 100,000 population)

.........1.7......180.6............0.8.....................................................................................................................

Number of injured or ill people attributed to disasters (number)

.........5.............................................................................................................................................

Number of missing persons due to disaster (number)

...............12.......................................................................................................................................

Number of deaths and missing persons attributed to disasters (number)

.........1...15...............3.....................................................................................................................

Number of deaths due to disaster (number)

.........1...3...............3.....................................................................................................................

Number of deaths and missing persons attributed to disasters (per 100,000 population)

.........0.2...2.9...............0.6.....................................................................................................................

Number of people whose damaged dwellings were attributed to disasters (number)

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Number of people whose livelihoods were disrupted or destroyed, attributed to disasters (number)

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Number of people whose destroyed dwellings were attributed to disasters (number)

.........4......936............4.....................................................................................................................
1.5.2 Direct economic loss attributed to disasters in relation to global gross domestic product (GDP)

Direct agriculture loss attributed to disasters (current USD)

..................43,480....................................................................................................................................

Direct economic loss to cultural heritage damaged or destroyed attributed to disasters (current USD)

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Direct economic loss resulting from damaged or destroyed critical infrastructure attributed to disasters (current USD)

...............21,524114,444....................................................................................................................................

Direct economic loss to other damaged or destroyed productive assets attributed to disasters (current USD)

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Direct economic loss attributed to disasters (current USD)

.........25,800...21,5246,230,224............25,950.....................................................................................................................

Direct economic loss in the housing sector attributed to disasters (current USD)

.........25,800......6,072,300............25,950.....................................................................................................................

Direct economic loss attributed to disasters relative to GDP (%)

.........0.00...0.000.00............0.00.....................................................................................................................
1.5.3 Number of countries that adopt and implement national disaster risk reduction strategies in line with the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030

Score of adoption and implementation of national DRR strategies in line with the Sendai Framework (index)

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1.5.4 Proportion of local governments that adopt and implement local disaster risk reduction strategies in line with national disaster risk reduction strategies

Number of local governments that adopt and implement local DRR strategies in line with national strategies (number)

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Proportion of local governments that adopt and implement local disaster risk reduction strategies in line with national disaster risk reduction strategies (%)

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Number of local governments (number)

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1.a.1 Total official development assistance grants from all donors that focus on poverty reduction as a share of the recipient country’s gross national income

Official development assistance grants for poverty reduction, by recipient countries (percentage of GNI) (%)

......0.621.371.171.570.490.681.141.191.341.690.770.561.131.692.011.401.942.861.73..........................................................................................
1.a.2 Proportion of total government spending on essential services (education, health and social protection)

Proportion of total government spending on essential services, education (%)

.........16.4117.8416.7516.2814.78...15.1514.2215.8918.2418.3317.54...20.84...19.77................................................................................................
Data source
United Nations Statistics Division

Goal 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

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2.1.1 Prevalence of undernourishment

Prevalence of undernourishment (%)

......18.5017.9017.5017.6017.1016.6016.1016.5015.9015.1013.2012.4011.5011.1011.4013.2014.5014.60.............................................................................................

Number of undernourish people (number)

......100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000100,000.............................................................................................
2.1.2 Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity in the population, based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES)

Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity in the adult population //15 years old and over//Female (%)

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Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity in the adult population //15 years old and over//Male (%)

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Prevalence of moderate or severe food insecurity in the adult population //All age ranges or no breaks by age//Both sexes (%)

......37.6937.69.............................................................................................................................................

Total population in moderate or severe food insecurity //15 years old and over//Female (number)

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Total population in moderate or severe food insecurity //15 years old and over//Male (number)

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Total population in moderate or severe food insecurity //All age ranges or no breaks by age//Both sexes (number)

......204,913202,552.............................................................................................................................................

Prevalence of severe food insecurity in the adult population //15 years old and over//Female (%)

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Prevalence of severe food insecurity in the adult population //15 years old and over//Male (%)

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Prevalence of severe food insecurity in the adult population //All age ranges or no breaks by age//Both sexes (%)

......9.579.57.............................................................................................................................................

Total population in severe food insecurity //15 years old and over//Female (number)

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Total population in severe food insecurity //15 years old and over//Male (number)

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Total population in severe food insecurity //All age ranges or no breaks by age//Both sexes (number)

......52,02051,420.............................................................................................................................................
2.2.1 Prevalence of stunting (height for age <-2 standard deviation from the median of the World Health Organization (WHO) Child Growth Standards) among children under 5 years of age

Proportion of children moderately or severely stunted//under 5 years old (% of children aged 0-59 months)

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Children moderately or severely stunted //under 5 years old (number)

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2.2.2 Prevalence of malnutrition (weight for height >+2 or <-2 standard deviation from the median of the WHO Child Growth Standards) among children under 5 years of age, by type (wasting and overweight)

Proportion of children moderately or severely wasted//under 5 years old (% of children aged 0-59 months)

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Children moderately or severely wasted //under 5 years old (number)

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Proportion of children moderately or severely overweight//under 5 years old (% of children aged 0-59 months)

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Children moderately or severely overweight //under 5 years old (number)

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2.3.1 Volume of production per labour unit by classes of farming/pastoral/forestry enterprise size

Productivity of small-scale food producers (agricultural output per labour day, PPP) (constant 2011 international $) (Constant USD) (2011 as Base year)

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2.3.2 Average income of small-scale food producers, by sex and indigenous status

Average income of small-scale food producers, PPP (constant 2011 international $) (Constant USD)

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2.5.1 Number of plant and animal genetic resources for food and agriculture secured in either medium or long-term conservation facilities

Number of local breeds for which sufficient genetic resources are stored for reconstitution (number)

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Plant breeds for which sufficient genetic resources are stored (number)

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2.5.2 Proportion of local breeds classified as being at risk, not-at-risk or at unknown level of risk of extinction

Proportion of local breeds classified as being at risk as a share of local breeds with known level of extinction risk (%)

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2.a.1 The agriculture orientation index for government expenditures

Agriculture value added share of GDP (%)

......5.266.748.008.748.028.288.457.847.998.327.758.529.8610.67......12.2713.53.............................................................................................

Agriculture orientation index for government expenditures (index)

......0.450.350.320.500.430.520.530.750.590.500.630.580.430.46......0.780.67.............................................................................................

Agriculture share of Government Expenditure (%)

......2.352.352.544.373.414.284.505.884.724.194.854.974.204.91......9.589.06.............................................................................................
2.a.2 Total official flows (official development assistance plus other official flows) to the agriculture sector

Total official flows (disbursements) for agriculture, by recipient countries (constant 2018 United States dollars) (Constant USD) (2018 as Base year)

......3.477.248.614.455.537.444.363.7312.9211.6711.383.923.732.595.3312.288.3411.534.9..........................................................................................
2.b.1 Agricultural export subsidies

Agricultural export subsidies (current USD)

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2.c.1 Indicator of food price anomalies

Consumer Food Price Index (index)

......-0.20-0.200.100.80.......................................................................................................................................

Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by type of product//Maize (index)

...-0.80-0.30-0.700.00-0.30.......................................................................................................................................

Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by type of product//Millet (index)

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Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by type of product//Rice (index)

...0.500.200.00-0.40-0.30.......................................................................................................................................

Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by type of product//Sorghum (index)

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Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), by type of product//Wheat (index)

...0.00-1.00-0.500.10-0.50.......................................................................................................................................
Data source
United Nations Statistics Division

Goal 3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages

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3.1.1 Maternal mortality ratio

Maternal mortality ratio (per 100,000 live births)

.........58.059.061.062.063.065.067.070.072.075.078.082.086.091.096.0101.0109.0118.0..........................................................................................
3.1.2 Proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel

Proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel (%)

.........92.4092.6091.4095.6092.30...98.7098.5075.6074.6074.4076.4077.50.........................................................................................................
3.2.1 Under-five mortality rate

Infant mortality rate //under 1 year old//Both sexes (Per 1,000 live births)

...12.813.614.515.516.717.919.220.321.322.122.723.123.323.423.624.024.926.328.431.1..........................................................................................

Infant mortality rate //under 1 year old//Female (Per 1,000 live births)

...11.512.213.014.015.016.117.318.319.220.020.620.921.121.221.421.822.623.925.828.3..........................................................................................

Infant mortality rate //under 1 year old//Male (Per 1,000 live births)

...14.014.815.817.018.319.621.022.223.324.224.825.125.325.425.626.127.128.630.933.7..........................................................................................

Infant deaths //under 1 year old//Both sexes (number)

...134144155168182196210223234244250255258261265272285305332368..........................................................................................

Infant deaths //under 1 year old//Female (number)

...6064697581879399104108112114115117118122128136149165..........................................................................................

Infant deaths //under 1 year old//Male (number)

...74808693101109117124130136138141143144147150157169183203..........................................................................................

Under-five mortality rate, by sex //under 5 years old//Both sexes (Per 1,000 live births)

...14.915.816.818.119.521.022.523.925.226.327.027.527.727.928.128.729.831.734.538.1..........................................................................................

Under-five mortality rate, by sex //under 5 years old//Female (Per 1,000 live births)

...13.414.215.216.317.619.020.321.622.823.824.524.925.225.325.526.127.128.931.534.8..........................................................................................

Under-five mortality rate, by sex //under 5 years old//Male (Per 1,000 live births)

...16.317.218.419.821.423.024.626.127.528.629.429.930.230.330.531.232.434.437.441.2..........................................................................................

Under-five deaths //under 5 years old//Both sexes (number)

...157168181196213230247263278290298305309312318327343369406455..........................................................................................

Under-five deaths //under 5 years old//Female (number)

...7075818795102110117124129133136138140142146154166183205..........................................................................................

Under-five deaths //under 5 years old//Male (number)

...8793100109118128137146154161165169171172176181189203223250..........................................................................................
3.2.2 Neonatal mortality rate

Neonatal mortality rate (deaths per 1,000 live births)//under 1 month old//Both sexes (Per 1,000 live births)

...9.09.510.210.911.712.613.414.214.815.315.615.715.615.515.415.515.716.216.817.6..........................................................................................

Neonatal deaths //under 1 month old//Both sexes (number)

...94101109118128138148157164169173174174173173176180187196208..........................................................................................
3.3.1 Number of new HIV infections per 1,000 uninfected population, by sex, age and key populations

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //under 15 years old//Both sexes (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

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Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //15 to 24 years old//Both sexes (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.240.250.270.280.290.30.320.340.340.360.380.390.420.470.540.570.580.610.59..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //15 to 24 years old//Female (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.30.30.310.330.340.360.370.370.390.430.430.470.50.550.630.680.690.70.69..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //15 to 24 years old//Male (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.20.20.220.240.230.250.260.280.30.290.310.330.340.390.440.470.490.50.5..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //15 to 49 years old//Both sexes (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.30.310.330.340.360.370.390.40.420.440.450.480.510.580.650.70.710.740.72..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //15 to 49 years old//Female (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.310.320.340.350.360.380.390.40.420.450.470.50.520.590.660.710.720.760.74..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //15 to 49 years old//Male (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.290.30.310.330.350.370.390.40.420.430.450.470.490.560.630.680.690.730.71..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //50 years old and over//Both sexes (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

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Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //50 years old and over//Female (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

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Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //50 years old and over//Male (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

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Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //All age ranges or no breaks by age//Both sexes (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.190.20.20.210.220.230.240.250.260.270.280.290.310.350.380.410.410.420.41..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //All age ranges or no breaks by age//Female (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.190.20.210.210.220.230.230.240.250.280.290.30.320.350.390.410.410.430.41..........................................................................................

Number of new HIV infections by sex and age //All age ranges or no breaks by age//Male (Per 1,000 uninfected population)

......0.190.190.20.210.220.230.240.250.260.270.280.290.310.340.380.40.40.410.4..........................................................................................
3.3.2 Tuberculosis incidence per 100,000 population

Tuberculosis incidence (per 100,000 population)

......46.058.058.064.066.074.0104.095.090.085.087.072.070.079.080.088.055.083.082.0..........................................................................................
3.3.3 Malaria incidence per 1,000 population

Malaria incidence (per 1,000 population)

......0.03.00.40.10.20.20.00.10.4............0.6............1.3..........................................................................................
3.3.4 Hepatitis B incidence per 100,000 population

Prevalence of hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) //under 5 years old (%)

...............0.70.......................................................................................................................................
3.3.5 Number of people requiring interventions against neglected tropical diseases

Number of people requiring interventions against neglected tropical diseases (number)

......125,137123,664145,562136,792135,058136,960142,687169,326170,442........................................................................................................................
3.4.1 Mortality rate attributed to cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Cancer//Both sexes (number)

............310305............279............248............214..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Cancer//Female (number)

............170167............147............135............122..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Cancer//Male (number)

............140138............132............113............92..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Cardiovascular disease//Both sexes (number)

............1,0591,041............1,029............915............837..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Cardiovascular disease//Female (number)

............583574............558............487............458..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Cardiovascular disease//Male (number)

............476468............470............428............379..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Diabetes//Both sexes (number)

............134132............127............99............77..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Diabetes//Female (number)

............9493............90............67............53..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Diabetes//Male (number)

............4039............37............32............24..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Chronic respiratory disease//Both sexes (number)

............114113............116............107............99..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Chronic respiratory disease//Female (number)

............6059............60............53............50..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to non-communicable diseases, by type of disease and sex //Chronic respiratory disease//Male (number)

............5453............56............54............49..........................................................................................

Mortality rate attributed to cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease (probability)//30 to 70 years old//Both sexes (%)

............17.2017.40............18.30............19.40............20.90..........................................................................................

Mortality rate attributed to cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease (probability)//30 to 70 years old//Female (%)

............15.9016.10............17.20............18.30............20.30..........................................................................................

Mortality rate attributed to cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease (probability)//30 to 70 years old//Male (%)

............19.0019.10............20.00............20.90............21.90..........................................................................................
3.4.2 Suicide mortality rate

Suicide mortality rate, by sex //Both sexes (per 100,000 population)

............11.311.0............11.1............10.1............9.4..........................................................................................

Suicide mortality rate, by sex //Female (per 100,000 population)

............6.16.1............6.6............6.1............5.7..........................................................................................

Suicide mortality rate, by sex //Male (per 100,000 population)

............16.516.1............15.7............14.2............13.3..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to suicide, by sex //Both sexes (number)

............6159............56............48............41..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to suicide, by sex //Female (number)

............1616............17............15............13..........................................................................................

Number of deaths attributed to suicide, by sex //Male (number)

............4443............39............33............28..........................................................................................
3.5.1 Coverage of treatment interventions (pharmacological, psychosocial and rehabilitation and aftercare services) for substance use disorders

Alcohol use disorders, 12-month prevalence //15 years old and over//Both sexes (%)

............6.30..........................................................................................................................................

Alcohol use disorders, 12-month prevalence //15 years old and over//Female (%)

............2.00..........................................................................................................................................

Alcohol use disorders, 12-month prevalence //15 years old and over//Male (%)

............10.70..........................................................................................................................................

Coverage of treatment interventions (pharmacological, psychosocial and rehabilitation and aftercare services) for substance use disorders //Total (%)

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3.5.2 Alcohol per capita consumption (aged 15 years and older) within a calendar year in litres of pure alcohol

Alcohol consumption per capita within a calendar year //15 years old and over//Both sexes (Litres pure alcohol)

......5.6......5.95............7.51............6.95............6.03..........................................................................................

Alcohol consumption per capita within a calendar year //15 years old and over//Female (Litres pure alcohol)

......2.44......2.59............3.3............3.12............2.73..........................................................................................

Alcohol consumption per capita within a calendar year //15 years old and over//Male (Litres pure alcohol)

......8.81......9.37............11.83............11.1............9.78..........................................................................................
3.6.1 Death rate due to road traffic injuries

Death rate due to road traffic injuries (per 100,000 population)

............25.0......23.6......23.1............23.2............22.5..........................................................................................
3.7.1 Proportion of women of reproductive age (aged 15-49 years) who have their need for family planning satisfied with modern methods

Proportion of women of reproductive age (aged 15-49 years) who have their need for family planning satisfied with modern methods (% of women aged 15-49 years)//15 to 49 years old//Female (%)

.............................................73.20.........................................................................................................
3.7.2 Adolescent birth rate (aged 10-14 years; aged 15-19 years) per 1,000 women in that age group

Adolescent birth rate (per 1,000 women aged 15-19 years)//15 to 19 years old//Female (per 1,000 population)

..............................80.062.4............90.092.0......92.0..........................................................................................
3.8.1 Coverage of essential health services

Universal health coverage (UHC) service coverage index (index)

.........69.00...67.00............61.00............52.00............40.00..........................................................................................
3.8.2 Proportion of population with large household expenditures on health as a share of total household expenditure or income

Proportion of population with large household expenditures on health (greater than 10%) as a share of total household expenditure or income (%)

.......................................2.05...............2.81.............................................................................................

Proportion of population with large household expenditures on health (greater than 25%) as a share of total household expenditure or income (%)

.......................................0.02...............0.49.............................................................................................
3.9.1 Mortality rate attributed to household and ambient air pollution

Age-standardized mortality rate attributed to ambient air pollution (per 100,000 population)

............61.0..........................................................................................................................................

Crude death rate attributed to ambient air pollution (per 100,000 population)

............41.0..........................................................................................................................................

Age-standardized mortality rate attributed to household air pollution (per 100,000 population)

............49.0..........................................................................................................................................

Crude death rate attributed to household air pollution (per 100,000 population)

............33.0..........................................................................................................................................

Crude death rate attributed to household and ambient air pollution (per 100,000 population)

............69.0..........................................................................................................................................

Age-standardized mortality rate attributed to household and ambient air pollution (per 100,000 population)

............99.0..........................................................................................................................................
3.9.2 Mortality rate attributed to unsafe water, unsafe sanitation and lack of hygiene (exposure to unsafe Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for All (WASH) services)

Mortality rate attributed to unsafe water, unsafe sanitation and lack of hygiene (per 100,000 population)

............4.1..........................................................................................................................................
3.9.3 Mortality rate attributed to unintentional poisoning

Mortality rate attributed to unintentional poisonings, by sex //Both sexes (per 100,000 population)

............0.50.5............0.6............0.7............0.8..........................................................................................

Mortality rate attributed to unintentional poisonings, by sex //Female (per 100,000 population)

............0.50.5............0.6............0.6............0.7..........................................................................................

Mortality rate attributed to unintentional poisonings, by sex //Male (per 100,000 population)

............0.60.6............0.7............0.8............0.9..........................................................................................
3.a.1 Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco use among persons aged 15 years and older

Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco use among persons aged 15 years and older, by sex //15 years old and over//Both sexes (%)

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Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco use among persons aged 15 years and older, by sex //15 years old and over//Female (%)

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Age-standardized prevalence of current tobacco use among persons aged 15 years and older, by sex //15 years old and over//Male (%)

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3.b.1 Proportion of the target population covered by all vaccines included in their national programme

Proportion of the target population with access to 3 doses of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (DTP3) (%)

......98.0096.0096.0093.0095.0093.0094.0090.0099.0099.0099.0098.0096.0095.0093.0092.0091.0090.0090.00..........................................................................................

Proportion of the target population with access to affordable medicines and vaccines on a sustainable basis, human papillomavirus (HPV) (%)

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Proportion of the target population with access to measles-containing-vaccine second-dose (MCV2) (%)

......88.0085.0092.0095.0079.0089.0094.0099.00...........................................................................................................................

Proportion of the target population with access to pneumococcal conjugate 3rd dose (PCV3) (%)

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3.b.2 Total net official development assistance to medical research and basic health sectors

Total official development assistance to medical research and basic heath sectors, gross disbursement, by recipient countries (constant 2018 United States dollars) (Constant USD) (2018 as Base year)

......4.881.710.532.671.843.395.613.351.560.60.320.160.470.991.610.230.334.50.25..........................................................................................

Total official development assistance to medical research and basic heath sectors, net disbursement, by recipient countries (constant 2018 United States dollars) (Constant USD) (2018 as Base year)

......4.861.670.512.261.473.395.222.971.16........................................................................................................................
3.b.3 Proportion of health facilities that have a core set of relevant essential medicines available and affordable on a sustainable basis

Proportion of health facilities that have a core set of relevant essential medicines available and affordable on a sustainable basis (%)

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3.c.1 Health worker density and distribution

Health worker density, by type of occupation //Dentists (Per 10,000 population)

............0.1............0.10.10.10.10.10.1............................................................................................................

Health worker density, by type of occupation //Nursing and midwifery personnel (Per 10,000 population)

......13.012.811.59.59.27.910.910.911.010.2.....................................................................................................................

Health worker density, by type of occupation //Pharmacists (Per 10,000 population)

............0.1............0.10.10.10.00.00.1............................................................................................................

Health worker density, by type of occupation //Medical doctors (Per 10,000 population)

...............7.8...6.05.25.95.95.2.....................................................................................................................

Health worker distribution, by sex and type of occupation //Female//Nursing personnel (%)

......78.2078.30.............................................................................................................................................

Health worker distribution, by sex and type of occupation //Female//Medical doctors (%)

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Health worker distribution, by sex and type of occupation //Male//Nursing personnel (%)

......21.8021.70.............................................................................................................................................

Health worker distribution, by sex and type of occupation //Male//Medical doctors (%)

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3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity and health emergency preparedness

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //National legislation, policy and financing (%)

.........50.00100.00...............50.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Coordination and National Focal Point communications (%)

.........73.00100.00...............75.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Surveillance (%)

.........100.0095.00...............80.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Response (%)

.........69.0075.00...............55.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Preparedness (%)

.........100.0080.00...............75.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Risk communication (%)

.........100.00100.00...............100.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Human resources (%)

.........0.000.00...............33.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Laboratory (%)

.........100.00100.00...............53.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Points of entry (%)

.........100.0024.00...............83.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity // Zoonotic events (%)

.........100.0089.00...............92.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Food safety (%)

.........47.0040.00...............60.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Chemical events (%)

.........0.000.00...............0.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Radionuclear emergencies (%)

.........0.000.00...............0.00........................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Legislation and Financing (%)

...60.0060.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //IHR Coordination and National IHR Focal Point Functions (%)

...40.0050.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Zoonotic events and the human–animal interface (%)

...40.0060.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Food safety (%)

...80.0080.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Laboratory (%)

...67.0073.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Surveillance (%)

...60.0060.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Human resources (%)

...40.0040.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //National Health Emergency Framework (%)

...40.0020.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Health Service Provision (%)

...53.0053.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Risk Communication (%)

...40.0020.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Points of entry (%)

...40.0040.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Chemical events (%)

...40.0020.00................................................................................................................................................

International Health Regulations (IHR) capacity, by type of IHR capacity //Radiation emergencies (%)

...20.0020.00................................................................................................................................................
3.d.2 Percentage of bloodstream infections due to selected antimicrobial-resistant organisms

Percentage of bloodstream infection due to Escherichia coli resistant to 3rd-generation cephalosporin (e.g., ESBL- E. coli) among patients seeking care and whose blood sample is taken and tested (%)

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Percentage of bloodstream infection due to methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) among patients seeking care and whose blood sample is taken and tested (%)

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Data source
United Nations Statistics Division

Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

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4.1.1 Proportion of children and young people: (a) in grades 2/3; (b) at the end of primary; and (c) at the end of lower secondary achieving at least a minimum proficiency level in (i) reading and (ii) mathematics, by sex

Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Grades 2/3//Both sexes//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Grades 2/3//Both sexes//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Grades 2/3//Female//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Grades 2/3//Female//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Grades 2/3//Male//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Grades 2/3//Male//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Lower secondary//Both sexes//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Lower secondary//Both sexes//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Lower secondary//Female//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Lower secondary//Female//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Lower secondary//Male//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Lower secondary//Male//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Primary//Both sexes//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Primary//Both sexes//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Primary//Female//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Primary//Female//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Primary//Male//Skill: Minimum proficiency in mathematics (%)

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Proportion of children and young people achieving a minimum proficiency level in reading and mathematics //Primary//Male//Skill: Minimum proficiency in reading (%)

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4.1.2 Completion rate (primary education, lower secondary education, upper secondary education)

Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Total (national average) or no breakdown//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Total (national average) or no breakdown//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Total (national average) or no breakdown//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 1 (poorest)//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 1 (poorest)//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 1 (poorest)//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 2//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 2//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 2//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 3//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 3//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 3//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 4//Both sexes (%)

.........................................................................................................................................................

Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 4//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 4//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 5 (richest)//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 5 (richest)//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//All areas//Quantile 5 (richest)//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Total (national average) or no breakdown//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Total (national average) or no breakdown//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Total (national average) or no breakdown//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 1 (poorest)//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 1 (poorest)//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 1 (poorest)//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 2//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 2//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 2//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 3//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 3//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 3//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 4//Both sexes (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 4//Female (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 4//Male (%)

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Completion rate, by sex, location, wealth quintile and education level //Lower secondary//Rural//Quantile 5 (richest)//Both sexes (%)

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