Egypt Facts/Stats

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Under-5 mortality rank 97
Under-5 mortality rate, 1990 90
Under-5 mortality rate, 2008 23
Infant mortality rate (under 1), 1990 66
Infant mortality rate (under 1), 2008 20
Neonatal mortality rate, 2004 17
Total population (thousands), 2008 81527
Annual no. of births (thousands), 2008 2015
Annual no. of under-5 deaths (thousands), 2008 45
GNI per capita (US$), 2008 1800
Life expectancy at birth (years), 2008 70
Total adult literacy rate (%), 2003–2008* 72
Primary school net enrolment/ attendance (%), 2003–2008* 96
% share of household income 2000–2007*, lowest 40% 22
% share of household income 2000–2007*, highest 20% 41
Definitions and data sources

Nutrition to the top
% of infants with low birthweight, 2003–2008* 13
% of children (2003–2008*) who are: Early initiation of breastfeeding (%) 56
% of children (2003–2008*) who are:  exclusively breastfed (<6 months) 53
% of children (2003–2008*) who are: breastfed with complementary food (6–9 months) 66
% of children (2003–2008*) who are: still breastfeeding (20–23 months) 35
% of under-fives (2003–2008*) suffering from: underweight (NCHS/WHO) moderate & severe 8
% of under-fives (2003–2008*) suffering from: underweight (WHO) moderate & severe 6
% of under-fives (2003–2008*) suffering from: underweight (WHO) severe 1
% of under-fives (2003–2008*) suffering from: wasting (WHO) moderate & severe 7
% of under-fives (2003–2008*) suffering from: stunting (WHO) moderate & severe 29
Vitamin A supplementation coverage rate (6–59 months) 2008, Full coverage ? (%) 68
% of households consuming iodized salt, 2003–2008* 79
Definitions and data sources

Health to the top
% of population using improved drinking-water sources, 2006 total 98
% of population using improved drinking-water sources, 2006 urban 99
% of population using improved drinking-water sources, 2006 rural 98
% of population using improved sanitation facilities 2006 total 66
% of population using improved sanitation facilities 2006 urban 85
% of population using improved sanitation facilities 2006 rural 52
% of routine EPI vaccines financed by government 2008 total 100
Immunization 2008, 1-year-old children immunized against: TB, corresponding vaccines: BCG 98
Immunization 2008, 1-year-old children immunized against: DPT, corresponding vaccines: DPT1ß 98
Immunization 2008, 1-year-old children immunized against: DPT, corresponding vaccines: DPT3ß 97
Immunization 2008, 1-year-old children immunized against: Polio, corresponding vaccines: polio3 97
Immunization 2008, 1-year-old children immunized against: Measles, corresponding vaccines: measles 92
Immunization 2008, 1-year-old children immunized against: HepB, corresponding vaccines: HepB3 97
Immunization 2008, 1-year-old children immunized against: Hib, corresponding vaccines: Hib3
Immunization 2008, % newborns protected against tetanus? 85
% under-fives with suspected pneumonia taken to an appropriate health-care provider, 2005–2008* 73
% under-fives with suspected pneumonia receiving antibiotics, 2005–2008* 58
% under-fives with diarrhoea receiving oral rehydration and continued feeding, 2005–2008* 19
Malaria 2006–2008*, % households owning at least one ITN
Malaria 2006–2008*, % under-fives sleeping under ITNs
Malaria 2006–2008*, % under-fives with fever receiving anti-malarial drugs
Definitions and data sources

HIV AIDS to the top
Estimated adult HIV prevalence rate (aged 15–49), 2007
Estimated number of people (all ages) living with HIV, 2007 (thousands), estimate 9.2
Estimated number of people (all ages) living with HIV, 2007 (thousands), low estimate 7.2
Estimated number of people (all ages) living with HIV, 2007 (thousands), high estimate 13
Mother–to–child transmission, Estimated number of women (aged 15+) living with HIV, 2007 (thousands) 2.6
Paediatric infections, Estimated number of children (aged 0–14) living with HIV, 2007 (thousands)
Prevention among young people, HIV prevalence among young people (aged 15–24), 2007, male
Prevention among young people, HIV prevalence among young people (aged 15–24), 2007, female
Prevention among young people, % who have comprehensive knowledge of HIV, 2003–2008*, male 18
Prevention among young people, % who have comprehensive knowledge of HIV, 2003–2008*, female 5
Prevention among young people, % who used condom at last higher–risk sex, 2003–2008*, male
Prevention among young people, % who used condom at last higher–risk sex, 2003–2008*, female
Orphans, Children (aged 0–17) orphaned by AIDS, 2007, estimate (thousands)
Orphans, Children (aged 0–17) orphaned due to all causes, 2007, estimate (thousands) 1400
Orphans, Orphan school attendance ratio, 2003–2008*
Definitions and data sources

Education to the top
Youth (15–24 years) literacy rate, 2003–2007*, male 90
Youth (15–24 years) literacy rate, 2003–2007*, female 82
Number per 100 population , 2007, phones 40
Number per 100 population , 2007, Internet users 14
Primary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, gross, male 108
Primary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, gross, female 102
Primary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, net, male 98
Primary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, net, female 94
Primary school attendance ratio 2003–2008*, net, male 96
Primary school attendance ratio 2003–2008*, net, female 94
Survival rate to last primary grade (%) 2003–2008*, admin. data 97
Survival rate to last primary grade (%) 2003–2008*, survey data 98
Secondary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, gross, male 91
Secondary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, gross, female 85
Secondary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, net, male 82
Secondary school enrolment ratio 2003–2008*, netm female 78
Secondary school attendance ratio 2003–2008*, net, male 72
Secondary school attendance ratio 2003–2008*, net, female 67
Definitions and data sources

Demographic Indicators to the top
Population (thousands), 2008, under 18 31527
Population (thousands), 2008, under 5 9447
Population annual growth rate (%), 1970–1990 2.4
Population annual growth rate (%), 1990–2000 1.9
Population annual growth rate (%), 2000–2008 1.9
Crude death rate, 1970 16
Crude death rate, 1990 8
Crude death rate, 2008 6
Crude birth rate, 1970 40
Crude birth rate, 1990 33
Crude birth rate, 2008 25
Life expectancy, 1970 50
Life expectancy, 1990 63
Life expectancy, 2008 70
Total fertility rate, 2008 2.9
% of population urbanized, 2008 43
Average annual growth rate of urban population (%), 1970–1990 2.6
Average annual growth rate of urban population (%), 1990–2000 1.7
Average annual growth rate of urban population (%), 2000–2008 1.9
Definitions and data sources

Economic indicators to the top
GNI per capita (US$), 2008 1800
GDP per capita average annual growth rate (%), 1970–1990 4.1
GDP per capita average annual growth rate (%), 1990–2008 2.5
Average annual rate of inflation (%), 1990–2008 7
% of population below international poverty line of US$1.25 per day, 1992–2007* 2
% of central government expenditure (1998–2007*) allocated to:, health 4
% of central government expenditure (1998–2007*) allocated to:, education 12
% of central government expenditure (1998–2007*) allocated to:, defence 7
ODA inflow in millions US$, 2007 1083
ODA inflow as a % of recipient GNI, 2007 1
Debt service as a % of exports of goods and services, 1990 18
Debt service as a % of exports of goods and services, 2007 4
Definitions and data sources

Women to the top
Life expectancy: females as a % of males, 2008 105
Adult literacy rate: females as a % of males, 2003–2007* 73
Enrollment and attendance ratios: females as a % of males, Net primary school 2003–2008*, enrolled 96
Enrollment and attendance ratios: females as a % of males, Net primary school 2003–2008*, attending 97
Enrollment and attendance ratios: females as a % of males, Net secondary school 2003–2008*, enrolled 94
Enrollment and attendance ratios: females as a % of males, Net secondary school 2003–2008*, attending 93
Contraceptive prevalence (%), 2003–2008* 60
Antenatal care coverage (%), At least once, 2003–2008* 74
Antenatal care coverage (%), At least four times, 2003–2008* 66
Delivery care coverage (%), Skilled attendant at birth, 2003–2008* 79
Delivery care coverage (%), Institutional delivery, 2003–2008* 72
Maternal mortality ratio† , 2003–2008*, reported 84
Maternal mortality ratio† , 2005, Adjusted 130
Maternal mortality ratio† , 2005, Lifetime risk of maternal death. 1 in: 230
Definitions and data sources

Child Protection to the top
Child labour (5–14 years) 1999–2008*, total 7
Child labour (5–14 years) 1999–2008*, male 8
Child labour (5–14 years) 1999–2008*, female 5
Child marriage 2000–2008*, total 17
Child marriage 2000–2008*, urban 9
Child marriage 2000–2008*, rural 22
Birth registration 2000–2008*, total 99
Birth registration 2000–2008*, urban 99
Birth registration 2000–2008*, rural 99
Female genital mutilation/cutting 1997–2007*, women a (15–49 years) , total 96
Female genital mutilation/cutting 1997–2007*, daughtersb, total 28
Attitude towards domestic violence, 2001–2008*, total 50
Child disability 1999–2008*, total 8

The Rate of Progress to the top
Under-5 mortality rank 97
Under-5 mortality rate, 1970 236
Under-5 mortality rate, 1990 90
Under-5 mortality rate, 2000 47
Under-5 mortality rate, 2008 23
Average annual rate of reduction (%)T, 1970–1990 4.8
Average annual rate of reduction (%)T, 1990–2008 7.6
Reduction since 1990 (%)T 74
GDP per capita average annual growth rate (%), 1970–1990 4.1
GDP per capita average annual growth rate (%), 1990–2008 2.5
Total fertility rate, 1970 5.9
Total fertility rate, 1990 4.6
Total fertility rate, 2008 2.9
Average annual rate of reduction (%), 1970–1990 1.3
Average annual rate of reduction (%), 1990–2008 2.6

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One Response to Egypt Facts/Stats

  1. Bill Mitchell says:

    Thanks for all the good work in Cairo, Al. Looks as if you’re making substantial progress in our partnership with the Supreme Press Council.

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