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close this bookThe Condition of Young Children in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Convergence of Health, Nutrition, and Early Education (WB, 1996, 64 p.)
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Open this folder and view contents1. Socioeconomic indicators and trends affecting child survival and development
Open this folder and view contents2. The status of children In sub-Saharan Africa
View the documentAnnex 1: A list of sub-saharan African countries
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Annex 2: Key social sector indicators for child welfare


GNP per

Infant

School Enrollment

Immunization

Immunization

Malnut rition capita a Mortali tyb

(gross)c

(DPT) d

(Measl es)e

(stunti ng)


US$

per 1,000

%

%

%

%





ANGOLAf

970

124

31

30

47






BENIN

420

110

31

75

67






BOTSWANA

2,590

35

65

57

60

37g





BURKINA FASO

300

132

18

47

42

29h





BURUNDI

180

106

30

63

61

48i





CAMEROON

770

61

46

37

34

24i





CAPE VERDE

870

40

52

99

95

15i





CAR

390

105

35

60

69






CHAD

200

122

27

13

19

13j





COMOROS

520

89

37

60

60






CONGO

920

114

71

60

55

28h





CD'IVOIRE

630

91

37

50

52

17i





DJIBOUTI


115

19

41

42

22i





EQU. GUINEA

360

117 60

53








ERITREA

20










ETHIOPIA

100

122

13

28

22

64i





GABON

4,050

94

67

66

65

18g





GAMBIA, The

360

132

32

90

87

24g





GHANA

430

81

45

48

50

26h





GUINEA

510

133

21

70

70






GUINEA-BISSAU

220

140

25

45

46

22g





KENYA

270

61

53

85

76

33i





LESOTHO

660

46

55

80

77

33h





LlBERIAk

490

142 20

38

37g







MADAGASCAR

240

93

31

64

52

51h





MALAWI

220

134

44

92

92

49h





MALI

300

130

14

46

51

24i





MAURITANIA

510

117

33

44

49

57





MAURITIUS

2,980

18

58

97

94

22i





MOZAMBIQUE

80

162

23

49

62






NAMIBIA

1,660

57

75

73

71

28h





NIGER

270

123

13

20

20

32i





NIGERIA

310

84

48

29

34

43i





RWANDA

200

117

38

85

81

48h





SAO TOME AND

330

65

60

57

26i






PRINCIPE











SENEGAL

730

68

30

52

46

22h





SEYCHELLES

6,370

16

96

92

5i






SIERRA LEONE

140

143

31

63

67

35h





SOMALIAf

120

132

7

18

30

30





SOUTH AFRICA

2,902

53

72

79

85

25h





SUDAN

300

99

27

51

49

32j





SWAZILAND

1,050

108

66

89

85

30h





TANZANIA

110

92

33

82

79

43i





TOGO

330

85

51

53

48

30i





UGANDA

190

122

35

73

73

45i





ZAIREm

240

91

36

29

33

27





ZAMBIA

370

107

42

64

62

40h





ZIMBABWE

540

47

66

72

77

21h





a. African Development Indicators (1995), 1993 figures (except where indicated) using Atlas

b. African Development Indicators (1995), 1992 figures.

c. A Statistical Profile of Education in Sub-Saharan Africa 1990-93 UNESCO, enrollment ratio figures from 1990-93 (depending on country), based on 6-23 age group.

d. African Development Indicators (1995), 1993 figures based on 0-1 age group.

e. African Development Indicators (1995), 1993 figures based on 0-1 age group.

f. GNP is 1990 figure.

g. Better Health for Africa (1994), age group 24-59 most 1980-90.

h. WHO Global Database, various years

i. "The worldwide magnitude of protein-energy malnutrition: an overview from the WHO Global Database on Child Growth",- Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Vol. 71, number 6,-1993: pp. 703-712, various years.

j. African Development Indicators (1995).

k. GNP is 1987 figure.

l. GNP is 1992 figure

m. GNP is 1989 figure.