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  • 10 to 24 year olds as proportion of total population in this Population aged group of countries,Region 10 to 24 years per centLeast developed countries 274,842,000 32.2Less developed regions 1,595,761,000 28.1More developed regions 226,440,000 18.3Total 1,822,201,000 26.4 :
  • 16 Less developed regions 14 Least developed countries 12 10Per cent 8 6 4 2 0 0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80+
  • Youth literacy rate — Ratio of literate Youth literacy rate — Gender per cent of age females to males per cent of age Parity Index for 15-24 years, 2005–2008* (age 15-24), 15-24 years youth literacyCountry type Male Female 2005–2008 Top priority countries Male Female rateWorld 91.7 86.4 0.95 Burkina Faso 46.7 33.1 0.71Developing countries 90.3 84.1 0.94 Central African Republic 72.1 56.4 0.78Least developed countries 74.5 65.5 0.88 Chad 53.5 37.2 0.70 Comoros 85.7 84.1 0.98 Congo, Dem. Rep. 68.8 61.8 0.90 Côte d’Ivoire 72.0 60.1 0.83 Gambia 70.1 58.1 0.83 Guinea-Bissau 77.6 61.6 0.79 Kenya 91.8 92.9 1.01 Niger 52.4 23.2 0.44 Nigeria 78.3 64.6 0.82 Rwanda 77.1 77.1 1.00 Tanzania 78.7 76.3 0.97 Togo 87.0 80.0 0.92 Zambia 82.1 67.5 0.82 Zimbabwe 98.3 99.4 1.01
  • Gender Parity Index,Country 2008 estimatesNiger 0.44Ethiopia 0.62Benin 0.66Sierra Leone 0.69Chad 0.70Burkina Faso 0.71Yemen 0.74Pakistan 0.75Guinea 0.76Central African Republic 0.78Guinea-Bissau 0.79Mozambique 0.80Angola 0.81Morocco 0.81Nigeria 0.82Zambia 0.82Côte d’Ivoire 0.83Nepal 0.87Democratic Republic of the Congo 0.90Mauritania 0.90
  • Ratio of female to male enrolmentsCentral and Eastern Asian Primary Secondary TertiaryAfghanistan 0.63 0.38 0.28Bangladesh 1.08 1.06 0.57Cambodia 0.93 0.82 0.56India 0.96 0.83 0.72Lao, People’s Democratic Republic 0.90 0.79 0.72Nepal 0.99 0.91 0.40Pakistan 0.82 0.76 0.85Sri Lanka 1.00 1.02 –
  • Honduras, 2005-06 Secondary or higher Nicaragua, 2006 Primary Egypt, 2008 No education Dominican Republic, 2007 Jordan, 2009 Philippines, 2008 Nepal, 2006 Senegal, 2008-09 Bangladesh, 2007 Ethiopia, 2005Country, year Azerbaijan, 2006 Kenya, 2008-09 Pakistan, 2006-07 Haiti, 2005-06 Benin, 2006 Uganda, 2006 Zambia, 2007 Nigeria, 2008 Congo Dem. Republic, 2007 Sierra Leone, 2008 Liberia, 2009 Chad, 2004 0 50 100 150 200 250 Under-5 mortality rate per 1,000 births
  • Percentage of all births to women under age 20More developed countries 6Less developed countries 12Least developed countries 16 Developing regions 2007 2000 1990 Eastern Asia CIS Northern AfricaRegion South-Eastern Asia Western Asia Southern Asia Oceania Latin America & the Caribbean Sub-Saharan Africa 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Number of births per 1,000 women aged 15–19
  • Number of births to Women Aged 15–19, per 1,000 Ri ch 50 100 150 200 250 0 es t2 Fo 0% ur 58 th M 20 id % dl 113 e Se 20 co % 141 nd Po 20 or % 164 es Se t2 co 0% nd 184 ar y Pr ed im or uca ar y motion ed re 48 N uca o ed tion 139 uc at ioBackground characteristics n 207 U rb an 79 Ru ra l 149
  • HIV prevalence rate (per cent) in young people (15–24),200 Female MaleCountry high estimate high estimateSwaziland 27.2 9.3Botswana 20.8 7.9Lesotho 18.4 9.6South Africa 17.0 6.0Namibia 14.5 5.3Zambia 14.2 5.2Zimbabwe 11.7 4.4Mozambique 11.1 4.2Malawi 10.4 3.8Central African Republic 7.0 1.5Gabon 6.3 2.4
  • Ethiopia 2007 2000 Haiti Peru Nigeria KenyaCountries Dominican Republic Mozambique Republic of Moldova Cameroon Burkina Faso Namibia 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Per cent condom use
  • 60 60 60 Women 50 Men 50 42 43 41 40 38 33 33Per cent 30 26 25 23 25 20 15 10 0 Richest Fourth Middle Second Poorest Urban Rural 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% Characteristics
  • East Asia and the Pacific Sub - Saharan Africa 4000 70 4000 70 Working age population 65 65 3000 3000 Working age population (%)GNI per capita (US$ PPP) 60 60 2000 2000 55 55 1000 1000 GNI per capita 50 50 (US$ PPP) 0 0 0 0 1975 1990 2000 1975 1990 2000
  • Period when productive age groupsRegion or sub-region (15 to 60 years) at maximum sizeLess developed region excludingLeast Developed Countries 2036-2038Least Developed Countries After 2050Latin America and the Caribbean 2018-2020Western Asia 2023-2028South-Central Asia 2037-2038Sub-Saharan Africa After 2050
  • One of Major Minor several No Yes No Total focus focus groups Mention TotalNumber 22 44 66 Number 6 13 17 20 66Per cent 33.3 66.7 100.0 Per cent 24.2 19.7 25.8 30.3 100.0
  • Includes youth Does not include budgetary youth budgetary allocation allocation Total Number 21 45 66 Per cent 31.8 68.2 100.0 Major focus Minor focus in a in a No mention key goal key goal at all TotalNumber 19 27 20 66Per cent 28.8 40.9 30.3 100.0
  • Sexual and Reproductive Gender/Needs Education Employment Health HIV/AIDS of girls Human rights Cross-CuttingNumber 60 62 32 45 25 26 11Per cent 90.9 94.0 48.5 68.2 37.9 39.4 16.7
  • Young People Young People Young People (10 to 24) as a (10 to 24) as a (10 to 24) as a proportion of Total proportion of Total proportion of Total Population all adults (10+) Population all adults (10+) Population all adults (10+) (10 and over) per cent young (10 and over) per cent young (10 and over) per cent young thousands of adults in adult thousands of adults in adult thousands of adults in adult people population people population people populationCountry 2010 2010 Country 2010 2010 Country 2010 2010Uganda 21,974 52.1 Cameroon 14,246 45.5 Egypt 66,302 38.5Zimbabwe 9,369 51.4 Congo 2,713 45.1 Grenada 87 38.2Swaziland 893 50.7 Equatorial Guinea 497 45.1 Bangladesh 131,688 38.2Yemen 16,992 50.2 Iraq 22,804 45.1 Turkmenistan 4,192 38.1Democratic Central African Kyrgyzstan 4,531 37.3 3,261 45.0Republic of the 45,434 49.8 Republic South Africa 40,463 37.2Congo Eritrea 3,664 44.9 Fiji 685 37.0Zambia 8,917 49.5 Cape Verde 396 44.8 Saudi Arabia 20,658 37.0Malawi 10,672 49.4 Togo 4,944 44.7 India 971,696 36.8Timor-Leste 811 49.3 Gambia 1,233 44.5 Mongolia 2,263 36.5Afghanistan 19,621 49.2 Côte d’Ivoire 15,518 44.4 Dominican 8,204 36.0Niger 9,986 49.0 Namibia 1,676 43.9 RepublicMali 9,132 48.7 Sudan 31,934 43.9 Ecuador 11,188 35.8Angola 12,956 48.6 Cambodia 11,901 43.9 Peru 23,922 35.8Burkina Faso 10,757 48.4 Mauritania 2,447 43.8 Jamaica 2,276 35.4Senegal 8,929 48.3 Guinea-Bissau 1,150 43.7 Morocco 26,592 35.4Chad 7,752 48.2 Honduras 5,789 43.7 Algeria 29,095 35.2Lesotho 1,562 48.1 Vanuatu 182 43.6 Venezuela 23,553 34.8Occupied (Bolivarian Solomon Islands 395 43.5Palestinian 3,056 48.0 Republic of)Territory Papua New Malaysia 22,651 34.8 5,029 43.5Ethiopia Guinea 59,465 47.7 Iran (Islamic 63,108 34.4 Djibouti 670 43.4Rwanda 7,146 47.5 Republic of) Ghana 17,981 43.1 Colombia 37,890 34.0United Republic 30,579 47.2 Nepalof Tanzania 22,895 42.9 Western Sahara 427 34.0Kenya 28,393 47.0 Haiti 7,768 42.9 Saint Lucia 147 33.9Mozambique 16,143 46.6 Pakistan 139,059 42.8 Guyana 631 33.8Madagascar 14,247 46.6 Gabon 1,153 42.6 Saint Vincent and 92 33.4Burundi 6,303 46.3 Nicaragua 4,540 42.2 the GrenadinesSao Tome and Botswana 1,550 41.9 Viet Nam 75,626 33.1 120 46.2Principe Libyan Arab 5,207 33.1 Belize 244 41.5Tajikistan 5,397 46.1 Jamahiriya Comoros 506 41.2Nigeria 111,007 45.9 Mexico 91,750 33.0 Maldives 262 41.2Liberia 2,880 45.9 Azerbaijan 7,583 32.8 Bolivia 7,650 41.0Micronesia (Fed. Costa Rica 3,943 32.8 85 45.8 Syrian ArabStates of) 17,081 40.5 Panama 2,868 32.7 RepublicGuinea 7,214 45.7 Suriname 431 32.6 Jordan 5,014 40.4Lao People’s French Polynesia 228 32.5Democratic 4,919 45.7 Paraguay 5,062 39.7Republic Philippines 72,878 39.5 Myanmar 41,918 32.1Benin 6,419 45.6 Uzbekistan Brunei 337 32.1 22,882 39.4Somalia Darussalam 6,336 45.6 Bhutan 572 39.3 Turkey 63,224 31.9Guatemala 10,328 45.6 El Salvador 5,076 39.3 Albania 2,784 31.9Sierra Leone 4,008 45.6 Oman 2,324 38.9 Indonesia 192,716 31.9