Indicator List of Category: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Indicator Unit Definition
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 15+, Both Sexes (%) Percent The percentage of the total employed population 15+ living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 15+, Female (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the female employed population 15+ living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 15+, Male (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the male employed population 15+ living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 15-24, Both Sexes (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the total employed population 15-24 living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 15-24, Female (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the female employed population 15-24 living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 15-24, Male (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the male employed population 15-24 living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 25+, Both Sexes (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the total employed population 25+ living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 25+, Female (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the female employed population 25+ living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Ages 25+, Male (%) Percent The indicator employed population below international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the male employed population 25+ living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.1.1 Proportion of Population below International Poverty Line Percent The indicator Proportion of population below the international poverty line is defined as the percentage of the population living on less than $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices. The 'international poverty line' is currently set at $1.90 a day at 2011 international prices.
1.2.1 Proportion of Population Living below the National Poverty Line Percent The national poverty rate is the percentage of the total population living below the national poverty line. The rural poverty rate is the percentage of the rural population living below the national poverty line (or in cases where a separate, rural poverty line is used, the rural poverty line). Urban poverty rate is the percentage of the urban population living below the national poverty line (or in cases where a separate, urban poverty line is used, the urban poverty line).
1.2.1 Proportion of Population Living Below the National Poverty Line. Rural Percent The percentage of the rural population living below the national poverty line (or in cases where a separate, rural poverty line is used, the rural poverty line).
1.2.1 Proportion of Population Living Below the National Poverty Line. Urban Percent The percentage of the urban population living below the national poverty line (or in cases where a separate, urban poverty line is used, the urban poverty line).
1.3.1 Proportion of Population above Statutory Pensionable Age Receiving a Pension, Both Sex Percent The proportion of persons effectively covered by a social protection system, including social protection floors. It also reflects the main components of social protection: child and maternity benefits, support for persons without a job, persons with disabilities, victims of work injuries, and older persons.
1.4.1 Proportion of Population Using Basic Drinking Water Services Percent Access to basic drinking water services refers to drinking water from an improved source is available with collection time not more than 30 minutes for a round trip, including queuing. Improved sources include; piped water, boreholes or tube wells, protected dug wells, protected springs, and packaged or delivered water.
1.4.1 Proportion of Population Using Basic Drinking Water Services, Rural Percent Access to basic drinking water services refers to drinking water from an improved source is available with collection time not more than 30 minutes for a round trip, including queuing. Improved sources include; piped water, boreholes or tube wells, protected dug wells, protected springs, and packaged or delivered water.
1.4.1 Proportion of Population Using Basic Drinking Water Services, Urban Percent Access to basic drinking water services refers to drinking water from an improved source is available with collection time not more than 30 minutes for a round trip, including queuing. Improved sources include; piped water, boreholes or tube wells, protected dug wells, protected springs, and packaged or delivered water.
1.4.1 Proportion of Population Using Basic Sanitation Services Percent Access to basic sanitation services refers to the use of improved facilities that are not shared with other households. Improved facilities include flush/pour flush to piped sewer systems, septic tanks or pit latrines; ventilated improved pit latrines, composting toilets or pit latrines with slabs.
1.4.1 Proportion of Population Using Basic Sanitation Services, Rural Percent Access to basic sanitation services refers to the use of improved facilities that are not shared with other households. Improved facilities include flush/pour flush to piped sewer systems, septic tanks or pit latrines; ventilated improved pit latrines, composting toilets or pit latrines with slabs.
1.4.1 Proportion of Population Using Basic Sanitation Services, Urban Percent Access to basic sanitation services refers to the use of improved facilities that are not shared with other households. Improved facilities include flush/pour flush to piped sewer systems, septic tanks or pit latrines; ventilated improved pit latrines, composting toilets or pit latrines with slabs.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of Deaths and Missing Persons Attributed to Disasters Number This indicator measures the number of people who died (during the disaster, or directly after, as a direct result of the hazardous event) or went missing (people who are presumed dead, for whom there is no physical evidence such as a body, and for which an official/legal report has been filed with competent authorities) by disasters.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of Deaths and Missing Persons Attributed to Disasters per 100,000 Population Number This indicator measures the number of people who died (during the disaster, or directly after, as a direct result of the hazardous event) or went missing (people who are presumed dead, for whom there is no physical evidence such as a body, and for which an official/legal report has been filed with competent authorities) by disasters per 100,000 population.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of Deaths due to Disaster Number The number of people who died, went missing or were directly affected by disasters.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of Directly Affected Persons Attributed to Disasters per 100,000 Population Number This indicator measures the number of people who were directly affected (who have suffered injury, illness or other health effects; who were evacuated, displaced, relocated or have suffered direct damage to their livelihoods, economic, physical, social, cultural and environmental assets) by disasters per 100,000 population.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of Injured or Ill People Attributed to Disasters Number The number of people who have suffered injury, illness or other health effects due to disasters.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of People Affected by Disaster Number The number of people who have suffered injury, illness or other health effects; who were evacuated, displaced, relocated or have suffered direct damage to their livelihoods, economic, physical, social, cultural and environmental assets.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of People Whose Damaged Dwellings Were Attributed to Disasters Number The number of people whose damaged dwellings were attributed to disasters.
1.5.1 / 13.1.1 Number of People Whose Destroyed Dwellings Were Attributed to Disasters Number The number of people whose destroyed dwellings were attributed to disasters.
1.5.2 Direct Agriculture Loss Attributed to Disasters Million USD The monetary damage to agricultural assets and infrastructure, as well as the value of production loss attributed to disasters in the crops, livestock, fisheries, aquaculture and forestry sectors. This indicator is part of a compound indicator that measures progress towards reducing direct disaster economic loss in relation to global gross domestic product by 2030.
1.5.2 Direct Economic Loss Attributed to Disasters Current Million USD Direct economic losses usually happen during the event or within the first few hours after the event and are often assessed soon after the event to estimate recovery cost and claim insurance payments. These are tangible and relatively easy to measure. Economic loss is the total economic impact that consists of direct economic loss and indirect economic loss. Direct economic loss is the monetary value of total or partial destruction of physical assets existing in the affected area. Direct economic loss is nearly equivalent to physical damage. Indirect economic loss is a decline in economic value added as a consequence of direct economic loss and/or human and environmental impacts.
1.5.2 Direct Economic Loss Attributed to Disasters Relative to GDP (%) Percent The ratio of direct economic loss attributed to disasters in relation to GDP. Direct economic losses usually happen during the event or within the first few hours after the event and are often assessed soon after the event to estimate recovery cost and claim insurance payments. These are tangible and relatively easy to measure. Economic loss is the total economic impact that consists of direct economic loss and indirect economic loss. Direct economic loss is the monetary value of total or partial destruction of physical assets existing in the affected area. Direct economic loss is nearly equivalent to physical damage. Indirect economic loss is a decline in economic value added as a consequence of direct economic loss and/or human and environmental impacts.
1.5.2 Direct Economic Loss in the Housing Sector Attributed to Disasters USD Direct economic losses usually happen during the event or within the first few hours after the event and are often assessed soon after the event to estimate recovery cost and claim insurance payments. These are tangible and relatively easy to measure. Economic loss is the total economic impact that consists of direct economic loss and indirect economic loss. Direct economic loss is the monetary value of total or partial destruction of physical assets existing in the affected area. Direct economic loss is nearly equivalent to physical damage. Indirect economic loss is a decline in economic value added as a consequence of direct economic loss and/or human and environmental impacts.
1.5.2 Direct Economic Loss Resulting from Damaged or Destroyed Critical Infrastructure Attributed to Disasters Current Million USD Direct economic losses usually happen during the event or within the first few hours after the event and are often assessed soon after the event to estimate recovery cost and claim insurance payments. These are tangible and relatively easy to measure. Economic loss is the total economic impact that consists of direct economic loss and indirect economic loss. Direct economic loss is the monetary value of total or partial destruction of physical assets existing in the affected area. Direct economic loss is nearly equivalent to physical damage. Indirect economic loss is a decline in economic value added as a consequence of direct economic loss and/or human and environmental impacts.
1.5.2 Direct Economic Loss to Cultural Heritage Damaged or Destroyed Attributed to Disasters Current Million USD Direct economic losses usually happen during the event or within the first few hours after the event and are often assessed soon after the event to estimate recovery cost and claim insurance payments. These are tangible and relatively easy to measure. Economic loss is the total economic impact that consists of direct economic loss and indirect economic loss. Direct economic loss is the monetary value of total or partial destruction of physical assets existing in the affected area. Direct economic loss is nearly equivalent to physical damage. Indirect economic loss is a decline in economic value added as a consequence of direct economic loss and/or human and environmental impacts.
1.5.2 Direct Economic Loss to Other Damaged or Destroyed Productive Assets Attributed to Disasters Current Million USD Direct economic losses usually happen during the event or within the first few hours after the event and are often assessed soon after the event to estimate recovery cost and claim insurance payments. These are tangible and relatively easy to measure. Economic loss is the total economic impact that consists of direct economic loss and indirect economic loss. Direct economic loss is the monetary value of total or partial destruction of physical assets existing in the affected area. Direct economic loss is nearly equivalent to physical damage. Indirect economic loss is a decline in economic value added as a consequence of direct economic loss and/or human and environmental impacts.
1.a.2 Proportion of Total Government Spending on Essential Services, Education Percent Definition for this indicator is not yet available.
2.1.1 Number of Undernourish People Million The number of people whose habitual food consumption is insufficient to provide the dietary energy levels that are required to maintain a normal active and healthy life.
2.1.1 Prevalence of Undernourishment Percent An estimate of the proportion of the population whose habitual food consumption is insufficient to provide the dietary energy levels that are required to maintain a normal active and healthy life. It is expressed as a percentage.
2.1.2 Prevalence of Severe Food Insecurity in the Adult Population Percent The percentage of individuals in the population who have experienced food insecurity at severe levels during the reference period.
2.1.2 Total Population in Severe Food Insecurity Thousands of People The number of individuals with a high probability of reduced food intake and whose situation can get worse with more severe forms of undernutrition, including hunger. The severity of food insecurity, defined as a latent trait, is measured on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale global reference scale, a measurement standard established by FAO through the application of the Food Insecurity Experience Scale in more than 140 countries worldwide, starting in 2014.
2.2.1 Children Moderately or Severely Stunted, Ages <5Y Million Prevalence of stunting (height-for-age <-2 standard deviation from the median of the WHO Child Growth Standards) among children under 5 years of age.
2.2.1 Proportion of Children Moderately or Severely Stunted, Ages <5Y Percent 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. Child stunting refers to a child who is too short for his or her age and is the result of chronic or recurrent malnutrition.
2.2.2 Children Moderately or Severely Wasted, Ages <5Y Million Prevalence of wasting (weight-for-height <-2 standard deviation from the median of the WHO Child Growth Standards) among children under 5 years of age.
2.2.2 Proportion of Children Moderately or Severely Overweight, Ages <5Y Percent Prevalence of overweight (weight for height >+2 standard deviation from the median of the World Health Organization (WHO) Child Growth Standards) among children under 5 years of age. Child overweight refers to a child who is too heavy for his or her height. This form of malnutrition results from expending too few calories for the amount of food consumed and increases the risk of noncommunicable diseases later in life. Child overweight is one of the World Health Assembly nutrition target indicators.
2.2.2 Proportion of Children Moderately or Severely Wasted, Ages <5Y Percent Prevalence of wasting (weight for height <-2 standard deviation from the median of the World Health Organization (WHO) Child Growth Standards) among children under 5 years of age. Child wasting refers to a child who is too thin for his or her height and is the result of recent rapid weight loss or the failure to gain weight. A child who is moderately or severely wasted has an increased risk of death, but treatment is possible. Child wasting is one of the World Health Assembly nutrition target indicators.
2.3.1 Productivity of Small-Scale Food Producers (agricultural output per labour day, PPP) Constant 2011 USD Volume of agricultural production of small-scale food producer in crop, livestock, fisheries, and forestry activities per number of days. Small-scale food producers are producers who (i) operate an amount of land falling in the first two quintiles (the bottom 40 percent) of the cumulative distribution of land size at national level (measured in hectares); and (ii) operate a number of livestock falling in the first two quintiles (the bottom 40 percent) of the cumulative distribution of the number of livestock per production unit at national level (measured in Tropical Livestock Units – TLUs); and (iii) obtain an annual economic revenue from agricultural activities falling in the first two quintiles (the bottom 40 percent) of the cumulative distribution of economic revenues from agricultural activities per production unit at national level (measured in Purchasing Power Parity Dollars) not exceeding 34,387 Purchasing Power Parity Dollars.
2.3.2 Average Income of Small-Scale Food Producers, PPP Constant 2011 USD Income from on-farm production activities, which is related to the production of food and agricultural products. This includes income from crop production, livestock production, fisheries and aquaculture production, and from forestry production. The indicator is computed as annual income. Small-scale food producers are producers who (i) operate an amount of land falling in the first two quintiles (the bottom 40 percent) of the cumulative distribution of land size at national level (measured in hectares); and (ii) operate a number of livestock falling in the first two quintiles (the bottom 40 percent) of the cumulative distribution of the number of livestock per production unit at national level (measured in Tropical Livestock Units – TLUs); and (iii) obtain an annual economic revenue from agricultural activities falling in the first two quintiles (the bottom 40 percent) of the cumulative distribution of economic revenues from agricultural activities per production unit at national level (measured in Purchasing Power Parity Dollars) not exceeding 34,387 Purchasing Power Parity Dollars.
2.5.1 Proportion of Local Breeds for which Sufficient Genetic Resources are Stored for Reconstitution Percent The proportion of local breeds (i.e. being reported to exist only in one country) stored within a genebank collection with an amount of genetic material stored which is required to reconstitute the breed in case of extinction (further information on “sufficient material stored to reconstitute a breed” can be found in the Guidelines on Cryconservation of Animal Genetic Resources, FAO, 2012, accessible at http://www.fao.org/docrep/016/i3017e/i3017e00.htm).
2.5.2 Local Breeds Classified as Being at Unknown Level of Risk of Extinction Number Number of livestock breeds classified as being at unknown level risk of extinctions at a certain moment in time, as well as the trends for those number.
2.5.2 Local Breeds Classified as Known Being at Risk Number Number of livestock breeds classified as being at risk, of extinctions at a certain moment in time, as well as the trends for those number.
2.5.2 Local Breeds Classified as Known Being Not at Risk Number Number of livestock breeds classified as not at risk of extinctions at a certain moment in time, as well as the trends for those number.
2.5.2 Proportion of Local Breeds Classified as Being at Risk as a Share of Local Breeds with Known Level of Extinction Risk Percent The percentage of livestock breeds classified as being at risk, not at risk or of unknown risk of extinctions at a certain moment in time, as well as the trends for those percentages.
2.5.2 Proportion of Local Breeds Classified as Being at Unknown Level of Risk of Extinction Percent Percentage of livestock breeds classified as being at unknown risk of extinctions at a certain moment in time, as well as the trends for those percentages.
2.5.2 Proportion of Local Breeds Classified as Known Being at Risk Percent Percentage of livestock breeds classified as known being at risk of extinctions at a certain moment in time, as well as the trends for those percentages.
2.5.2 Proportion of Local Breeds Classified as Known Being Not at Risk Percent Percentage of livestock breeds classified as known being not at risk of extinctions at a certain moment in time, as well as the trends for those percentages.
2.a.1 Agriculture Orientation Index for Government Expenditures Index Value The Agriculture Orientation Index (AOI) for Government Expenditures is defined as the Agriculture share of Government Expenditure, divided by the Agriculture value added share of GDP, where Agriculture refers to the agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting sector. The measure is a currency-free index, calculated as the ratio of these two shares. National governments are requested to compile Government Expenditures according to the Government Finance Statistics (GFS) and the Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG), and Agriculture value added share of GDP according to the System of National Accounts (SNA).
2.a.1 Agriculture Share of Government Expenditure (%) Percent Central Government Expenditure on Agriculture divided by Total Central Government Expenditure. Agriculture refers to the agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting sector, or Division A of ISIC Rev 4 (equal to Division A+B of ISIC Rev 3.2). Government Expenditure are all expense and acquisition of non-financial assets associated with supporting a particular sector, as defined in the Government Finance Statistics Manual (GFSM) 2014 developed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
2.a.1 Agriculture Value Added Share of GDP (%) Percent Agriculture Value Added divided by Total GDP. Agriculture value added is the net output of the agriculture sector, including forestry, hunting and fishing, and cultivation of crops and livestock production, after adding up all outputs and subtracting intermediate inputs.
2.a.2 Total Official Flows (disbursements) for Agriculture, by Recipient Countries Millions of Constant 2016 USD Gross disbursements of total ODA and other official flows from all donors to the agriculture sector.
2.c.1 Consumer Food Price Index Index Value A measure of the monthly change in international prices of a basket of food commodities. The Index consists of the average of five commodity group price indices weighted with the average export shares of each of the groups (for 2002-04). It is composed of 55 commodity quotations and updated monthly.
2.c.1 Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), Maize Value The indicator of food price anomalies (IFPA) identifies markets prices that are abnormally high for the selected food product . The IFPA relies on a weighted compound growth rate that accounts for both within year and across year price growth. The indicator directly evaluates growth in prices over a particular month over many years, taking into account seasonality in agricultural markets and inflation, allowing to answer the question of whether or not a change in price is abnormal for any particular period.
2.c.1 Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), Millet Value The indicator of food price anomalies (IFPA) identifies markets prices that are abnormally high for the selected food product . The IFPA relies on a weighted compound growth rate that accounts for both within year and across year price growth. The indicator directly evaluates growth in prices over a particular month over many years, taking into account seasonality in agricultural markets and inflation, allowing to answer the question of whether or not a change in price is abnormal for any particular period.
2.c.1 Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), Rice Value The indicator of food price anomalies (IFPA) identifies markets prices that are abnormally high for the selected food product . The IFPA relies on a weighted compound growth rate that accounts for both within year and across year price growth. The indicator directly evaluates growth in prices over a particular month over many years, taking into account seasonality in agricultural markets and inflation, allowing to answer the question of whether or not a change in price is abnormal for any particular period.
2.c.1 Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), Sorghum Value The indicator of food price anomalies (IFPA) identifies markets prices that are abnormally high for the selected food product . The IFPA relies on a weighted compound growth rate that accounts for both within year and across year price growth. The indicator directly evaluates growth in prices over a particular month over many years, taking into account seasonality in agricultural markets and inflation, allowing to answer the question of whether or not a change in price is abnormal for any particular period.
2.c.1 Indicator of Food Price Anomalies (IFPA), Wheat Value The indicator of food price anomalies (IFPA) identifies markets prices that are abnormally high for the selected food product . The IFPA relies on a weighted compound growth rate that accounts for both within year and across year price growth. The indicator directly evaluates growth in prices over a particular month over many years, taking into account seasonality in agricultural markets and inflation, allowing to answer the question of whether or not a change in price is abnormal for any particular period.
3.1.1 Maternal Mortality Ratio Per 100,000 Live Births The number of maternal deaths during a given time period per 100,000 live births during the same time period. It depicts the risk of maternal death relative to the number of live births and essentially captures the risk of death in a single pregnancy or a single live birth.
3.1.2 Proportion of Births Attended by Skilled Health Personnel Percent The percentage of deliveries attended by health personnel trained in providing lifesaving obstetric care, including giving the necessary supervision, care and advice to women during pregnancy, labour and the post-partum period, conducting deliveries on their own, and caring for newborns. Traditional birth attendants, even if they receive a short training course, are not included.
3.2.1 Infant Deaths, Ages <1Y, Both Sexes Number The number of children dying under one year of age.
3.2.1 Infant Deaths, Ages <1Y, Female Number The number of female children dying under one year of age.
3.2.1 Infant Deaths, Ages <1Y, Male Number The number of male children dying under one year of age.
3.2.1 Infant Mortality Rate, Ages <1Y, Both Sexes Deaths per 1,000 Live Births The number of deaths per 1,000 live births of children under one year of age.
3.2.1 Infant Mortality Rate, Ages <1Y, Female Deaths per 1,000 Live Births The number of deaths per 1,000 live births of female children under one year of age.
3.2.1 Infant Mortality Rate, Ages <1Y, Male Deaths per 1,000 Live Births The number of deaths per 1,000 live births of male children under one year of age.
3.2.1 Under-Five Deaths, Both Sexes Number The number of children dying under five years of age.
3.2.1 Under-Five Deaths, Female Number The number of female children dying under five years of age.
3.2.1 Under-Five Deaths, Male Number The number of male children dying under five years of age.
3.2.1 Under-Five Mortality Rate, Both Sexes Deaths per 1,000 Live Births The probability of a child born in a specific year or period dying before reaching the age of 5 years, if subject to the age-specific mortality rates of that period, expressed per 1,000 live births.
3.2.1 Under-Five Mortality Rate, Female Deaths per 1,000 Live Births The probability of a female child born in a specific year or period dying before reaching the age of 5 years, if subject to the age-specific mortality rates of that period, expressed per 1,000 live births.
3.2.1 Under-Five Mortality Rate, Male Deaths per 1,000 Live Births The probability of a male child born in a specific year or period dying before reaching the age of 5 years, if subject to the age-specific mortality rates of that period, expressed per 1,000 live births.
3.2.2 Neonatal Deaths, Both Sexes Number The number of deaths during the first 28 completed days of life.
3.2.2 Neonatal Mortality Rate, Both Sexes Deaths per 1,000 Live Births The probability that a child born in a specific year or period will die before reaching 28 completed days of life, if subject to the age-specific mortality rates of that period, expressed per 1,000 live births.
3.3.1 Number of new HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 15-24, Both Sexes Number Number of new HIV infections per 1,000 uninfected total population, ages of 15-24 and key populations as defined as the number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of new HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 15-24, Female Number Number of new HIV infections per 1,000 uninfected female population ages of 15-24 and key populations as defined as the number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of new HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 15-24, Male Number Number of new HIV infections per 1,000 uninfected male population ages of 15-24 and key populations as defined as the number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of New HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 15-49, Both Sexes Number The number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of New HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 15-49, Female Number The number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected female population.
3.3.1 Number of New HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 15-49, Male Number The number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected male population.
3.3.1 Number of new HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 50+, Both Sexes Number Number of new HIV infections per 1,000 uninfected total population ages of 50+ and key populations as defined as the number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of new HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 50+, Female Number Number of new HIV infections per 1,000 uninfected female population ages of 50+ and key populations as defined as the number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of new HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages 50+, Male Number Number of new HIV infections per 1,000 uninfected male population ages of 50+ and key populations as defined as the number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of New HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, Ages <15Y, Both Sexes Number The number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of New HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, All Ages, Both Sexes Number The number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected population.
3.3.1 Number of New HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, All Ages, Female Number The number of new HIV infections per 1000 person-years among the uninfected female population.
3.3.1 Number of New HIV Infections per 1,000 Uninfected Population, All Ages, Male Number The number of new HIV infections per 1,000 person-years among the uninfected male population.
3.3.2 Tuberculosis Incidence Per 100,000 Population The estimated number of new and relapse TB cases (all forms of TB, including cases in people living with HIV) arising in a given year, expressed as a rate per 100,000 population.
3.3.3 Malaria Incidence per 1,000 Population at Risk Per 1,000 Population Number of new cases of malaria per 1,000 people at risk each year. Case of malaria is defined as the occurrence of malaria infection in a person whom the presence of malaria parasites in the blood has been confirmed by a diagnostic test. The population considered is the population at risk of the disease.
3.3.5 Number of People Requiring Interventions Against Neglected Tropical Diseases Number Number of people requiring treatment and care for any one of the neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) targeted by the WHO NTD Roadmap and World Health Assembly resolutions and reported to WHO.
3.4.1 Mortality Rate Attributed to Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Diabetes or Chronic Respiratory Disease (Probability), Ages 30-70, Both Sexes Percent The probability of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, or chronic respiratory disease, assuming that s/he would experience current mortality rates at every age and s/he would not die from any other cause of death (e.g., injuries or HIV/AIDS).
3.4.1 Mortality Rate Attributed to Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Diabetes or Chronic Respiratory Disease (Probability), Ages 30-70, Female Percent The probability of 30-year-old females who would die before their 70th birthday from cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, or chronic respiratory disease, assuming that s/he would experience current mortality rates at every age and s/he would not die from any other cause of death (e.g., injuries or HIV/AIDS).
3.4.1 Mortality Rate Attributed to Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer, Diabetes or Chronic Respiratory Disease (Probability), Ages 30-70, Male Percent The probability of 30-year-old males who would die before their 70th birthday from cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, or chronic respiratory disease, assuming that s/he would experience current mortality rates at every age and s/he would not die from any other cause of death (e.g., injuries or HIV/AIDS).
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Cancer, Both Sexes Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from cancer assuming that s/he would experience current mortality rates at every age and s/he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Cancer, Female Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from cancer assuming that she would experience current mortality rates at every age and she would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Cancer, Male Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from cancer assuming that he would experience current mortality rates at every age and he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Cardiovascular Disease, Both Sexes Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from cardiovascular disease assuming that s/he would experience current mortality rates at every age and s/he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Cardiovascular Disease, Female Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from cardiovascular disease assuming that she would experience current mortality rates at every age and she would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Cardiovascular Disease, Male Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from cardiovascular disease assuming that he would experience current mortality rates at every age and he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Chronic Respiratory Disease, Both Sexes Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from non-communicable diseases, chronic respiratory assuming that s/he would experience current mortality rates at every age and s/he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Chronic Respiratory Disease, Female Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from non-communicable diseases, chronic respiratory assuming that she would experience current mortality rates at every age and she would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Chronic Respiratory Disease, Male Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from non-communicable diseases, chronic respiratory assuming that he would experience current mortality rates at every age and he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Diabetes, Both Sexes Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from non-communicable diseases, diabetes assuming that s/he would experience current mortality rates at every age and s/he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Diabetes, Female Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from non-communicable diseases, diabetes assuming that she would experience current mortality rates at every age and she would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.1 Number of Deaths Attributed to Non-Communicable Diseases, Diabetes, Male Number The percentage of 30-year-old-people who would die before their 70th birthday from non-communicable diseases, diabetes assuming that he would experience current mortality rates at every age and he would not die from any other cause of death.
3.4.2 Number of Deaths Attributed to Suicide, Both Sexes Number The number of suicide deaths in a year.
3.4.2 Number of Deaths Attributed to Suicide, Female Number The number of suicide deaths in a year.
3.4.2 Number of Deaths Attributed to Suicide, Male Number The number of suicide deaths in a year.
3.4.2 Suicide Mortality Rate, Both Sexes Deaths per 100,000 Population The number of suicide deaths in a year, divided by the population, and multiplied by 100 000.
3.4.2 Suicide Mortality Rate, Female Deaths per 100,000 Population The number of suicide deaths in a year, divided by the population, and multiplied by 100 000.
3.4.2 Suicide Mortality Rate, Male Deaths per 100,000 Population The number of suicide deaths in a year, divided by the population, and multiplied by 100 000.
3.5.2 Alcohol Consumption per Capita within a Calendar Year, Ages 15+ Litres of Pure Alcohol The total (sum of recorded alcholo consumption per capita (APC) three-year average and unrecorded APC as a proportion of total) amount of alcohol consumed per adult (15+ years) over a calendar year, in litres of pure alcohol, adjusted for tourist consumption.
3.6.1 Death Rate due to Road Traffic Injuries Per 100,000 Population The number of road traffic fatal injury deaths per 100,000 population.
3.7.1 Proportion of Women of Reproductive Age who have Their Need for Family Planning Satisfied with Modern Methods, Ages 15-49 Percent The percentage of women of reproductive age (15-49 years) who desire either to have no (additional) children or to postpone the next child and who are currently using a modern contraceptive method.
3.7.2 Adolescent Birth Rate, Ages 15-19, Female Per 1,000 Women Aged 15-19 years Annual number of births to females aged 15-19 years per 1,000 females in the respective age group.
3.8.1 Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Service Coverage Index Index Value An index reported on a unitless scale of 0 to 100, which is computed as the geometric mean of 14 tracer indicators of health service coverage. Coverage of essential health services is defined as the average coverage of essential services based on tracer interventions that include reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health, infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases and service capacity and access, among the general and the most disadvantaged population.
3.8.2 Proportion of Population with Large Household Expenditures on Health (greater than 10%) as a Share of Total Household Expenditure or Income Percent Proportion of the population with large household expenditure on health as a share of total household expenditure or income. A lower threshold of greater than 10% is used to identify financial hardship that individuals face when using their income, savings or taking loans to pay for health care. Household expenditure on health is defined as any expenditure incurred at the time of service use to get any type of care (promotive, preventive, curative, rehabilitative, palliative or long-term care) including all medicines, vaccines and other pharmaceutical preparations as well as all health products, from any type of provider and for all members of the household. Consumption is generally defined as the sum of the monetary values of all items (goods and services) consumed by the household on domestic account during a reference period. It includes the imputed values of goods and services that are not purchased but procured otherwise for consumption.
3.8.2 Proportion of Population with Large Household Expenditures on Health (greater than 25%) as a Share of Total Household Expenditure or Income Percent Proportion of the population with large household expenditure on health as a share of total household expenditure or income. A higher threshold of greater than 25% is used to identify financial hardship that individuals face when using their income, savings or taking loans to pay for health care. Household expenditure on health is defined as any expenditure incurred at the time of service use to get any type of care (promotive, preventive, curative, rehabilitative, palliative or long-term care) including all medicines, vaccines and other pharmaceutical preparations as well as all health products, from any type of provider and for all members of the household. Consumption is generally defined as the sum of the monetary values of all items (goods and services) consumed by the household on domestic account during a reference period. It includes the imputed values of goods and services that are not purchased but procured otherwise for consumption.
3.9.3 Mortality Rate Attributed to Unintentional Poisonings, Both Sexes Deaths per 100,000 Population The number of deaths of unintentional poisonings in a year, divided by the population, and multiplied by 100,000.
3.9.3 Mortality Rate Attributed to Unintentional Poisonings, Female Deaths per 100,000 Population The number of deaths of unintentional poisonings in a year, divided by the population, and multiplied by 100,000.
3.9.3 Mortality Rate Attributed to Unintentional Poisonings, Male Deaths per 100,000 Population The number of deaths of unintentional poisonings in a year, divided by the population, and multiplied by 100,000.
3.a.1 Age-Standardized Prevalence of Current Tobacco use Among Persons, Ages 15+, Both Sexes Percent Percentage of the total population aged 15 years and over who currently use any tobacco product (smoked and/or smokeless tobacco) on a daily or non-daily basis.
3.a.1 Age-Standardized Prevalence of Current Tobacco Use among Persons, Ages 15+, Female Percent Percentage of the female population aged 15 years and over who currently use any tobacco product (smoked and/or smokeless tobacco) on a daily or non-daily basis.
3.a.1 Age-Standardized Prevalence of Current Tobacco Use among Persons, Ages 15+, Male Percent Percentage of the male population aged 15 years and over who currently use any tobacco product (smoked and/or smokeless tobacco) on a daily or non-daily basis.
3.b.1 Proportion of the Target Population with Access to 3 Doses of Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis (DTP3) Percent The percentage of surviving infants who received the 3 doses of diphtheria and tetanus toxoid with pertussis containing vaccine in a given year.
3.b.1 Proportion of the Target Population with Access to Measles-Containing-Vaccine Second-Dose (MCV2) Percent The ercentage of children who received two dose of measles containing vaccine according to nationally recommended schedule through routine immunization services in a given year.
3.b.1 Proportion of the Target Population with Access to Pneumococcal Conjugate 3rd Dose (PCV3) Percent The percentage of surviving infants who received the nationally recommended doses of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in a given year.
3.b.2 Total Official Development Assistance to Medical Research and Basic Heath Sectors, Gross Disbursement, by Recipient Countries Millions of Constant 2016 USD Gross disbursements of total ODA from all donors to medical research and basic health sectors.
3.b.2 Total Official Development Assistance to Medical Research and Basic Heath Sectors, Net Disbursement, by Recipient Countries Millions of Constant 2016 USD Net disbursements of total ODA from all donors to medical research and basic health sectors.
3.c.1 Health Worker Density, Dentists Per 10,000 Population The number of dentists per 10,000 population in the given national and/or subnational area. The ISCO-08 codes included in this category are 2261.
3.c.1 Health Worker Density, Medical Doctors Per 10,000 Population The number of medical doctors , including generalists and specialist medical practitioners per 10,000 population in the given national and/or subnational area. The International Standard Classification of Occupations (ISCO) unit group codes included in this category are 221, 2211 and 2212 of ISCO-08.
3.c.1 Health Worker Density, Nursing and Midwifery Personnel Per 10,000 Population The number of nursing and midwifery personnel per 10,000 population in the given national and/or subnational area. The ISCO-08 codes included in this category are 2221, 2222, 3221 and 3222.
3.c.1 Health Worker Density, Pharmacists Per 10,000 Population The number of pharmacists per 10,000 population in the given national and/or subnational area. The ISCO-08 codes included in this category are 2262.
3.d.1 Average of 13 International Health Regulations (IHR) Core Capacities Percent The percentage of attributes of 13 core capacities that have been attained at a specific point in time. The 13 core capacities are: (1) National legislation, policy and financing; (2) Coordination and National Focal Point communications; (3) Surveillance; (4) Response; (5) Preparedness; (6) Risk communication; (7) Human resources; (8) Laboratory; (9) Points of entry; (10) Zoonotic events; (11) Food safety; (12) Chemical events; (13) Radionuclear emergencies.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR01 (National Legislation, Policy and Financing) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 1: National Legislation, Policy and Financing) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR02 (Coordination and National Focal Point Communications) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 2: Coordination and National Focal Point Communications) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR03 (Surveillance) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 3: Surveillance) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR04 (Response) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 4: Response) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR05 (Preparedness) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 5: Preparedness) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR06 (Risk Communication) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 6: Risk Communication) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR07 (Human Resources) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 7: Human Resources) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR08 (Laboratory) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 8: Laboratory) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR09 (Points of Entry) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 9: Points of Entry) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR10 (Zoonotic Events) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 10: Zoonotic Events) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR11 (Food Safety) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 11: Food Safety) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR12 (Chemical Events) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 12: Chemical Events) that have been attained.
3.d.1 International Health Regulations (IHR) Capacity, IHR13 (Radionuclear Emergencies) (%) Percent The proportion/percentage of attribute (a set of specific elements or functions which reflect the level of performance or achievement of Core Capacity 13: Radionuclear Emergencies) that have been attained.
4.2.2 Participation Rate in Organized Learning (one year before the official primary entry age), Both Sexes Percent The participation rate in organized learning (one year before the official primary entry age), by sex as defined as the percentage of total children in the given age range who participate in one or more organized learning programme, including programmes which offer a combination of education and care. Participation in early childhood and in primary education are both included. The age range will vary by country depending on the official age for entry to primary education.
4.2.2 Participation Rate in Organized Learning (one year before the official primary entry age), Female Percent The participation rate in organized learning (one year before the official primary entry age), by sex as defined as the percentage of female children in the given age range who participate in one or more organized learning programme, including programmes which offer a combination of education and care. Participation in early childhood and in primary education are both included. The age range will vary by country depending on the official age for entry to primary education.
4.2.2 Participation Rate in Organized Learning (one year before the official primary entry age), Male Percent The participation rate in organized learning (one year before the official primary entry age), by sex as defined as the percentage of male children in the given age range who participate in one or more organized learning programme, including programmes which offer a combination of education and care. Participation in early childhood and in primary education are both included. The age range will vary by country depending on the official age for entry to primary education.
4.5.1 Gender Parity Index for Participation Rate in Organized Learning (one year before the official primary entry age) Ratio The gender parity index (GPI) in organized learning (one year before the official primary entry age) is defined as the ratio of the female children in one or more organized learning programme, including programmes which offer a combination of education and care, to the male children in the same programme. Early childhood and primary education are both included. The age range will vary by country depending on the official age for entry to primary education. A GPI value of 1 signifies that there is no difference in the indicator for female and male children. A GPI of less than 1 indicates that the value is higher for male children than for female children, while the opposite is true when the GPI is greater than 1.
4.5.1 Gender Parity Index of Trained Teachers in Pre-Primary Education Ratio The gender parity index (GPI) of trained teachers in pre-primary education is defined as the ratio of female teaching work force in pre-primary education to male teaching work force in pre-primary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A GPI value of 1 signifies that there is no difference in the indicator for female and male teachers. A GPI of less than 1 indicates that the value is higher for male teachers than for female teachers, while the opposite is true when the GPI is greater than 1.
4.5.1 Gender Parity Index of Trained Teachers in Primary Education Ratio The gender parity index (GPI) of trained teachers in primary education is defined as the ratio of female teaching work force in primary education to male teaching work force in primary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A GPI value of 1 signifies that there is no difference in the indicator for female and male teachers. A GPI of less than 1 indicates that the value is higher for male teachers than for female teachers, while the opposite is true when the GPI is greater than 1.
4.5.1 Gender Parity Index of Trained Teachers in Secondary Education Ratio The gender parity index (GPI) of trained teachers in secondary education is defined as the ratio of female teaching work force in secondary education to male teaching work force in secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A GPI value of 1 signifies that there is no difference in the indicator for female and male teachers. A GPI of less than 1 indicates that the value is higher for male teachers than for female teachers, while the opposite is true when the GPI is greater than 1.
4.b.1 Total Official Flows for Scholarships, by Recipient Countries Millions of Constant 2016 USD Gross disbursements of total official development assistance (ODA) from all donors to developing countries for scholarships.
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Lower-Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Both Sexes Percent This indicator measures the share of the teaching work force in lower-secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Lower-Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Female Percent This indicator measures the share of the female teaching work force in lower-secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Lower-Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Male Percent This indicator measures the share of the male teaching work force in lower-secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or In-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Both Sexes Percent This indicator measures the share of the teaching work force in pre-primary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Female Percent This indicator measures the share of the female teaching work force in pre-primary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Pre-Primary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Male Percent This indicator measures the share of the male teaching work force in pre-primary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Primary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Both Sexes Percent This indicator measures the share of the teaching work force in primary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Primary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Female Percent This indicator measures the share of the female teaching work force in primary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Primary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Male Percent 4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers Primary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Male
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Both Sexes Percent This indicator measures the share of the teaching work force in secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Female Percent This indicator measures the share of the female teaching work force in secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Male Percent This indicator measures the share of the male teaching work force in secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Upper-Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Both Sexes Percent This indicator measures the share of the teaching work force in upper-secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Upper-Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Female Percent This indicator measures the share of the female teaching work force in upper-secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
4.c.1 Proportion of Teachers in Upper-Secondary Education who have Received at least the Minimum Organized Teacher Training (e.g. pedagogical training) Pre-Service or in-Service Required for Teaching at the Relevant Level, Male Percent This indicator measures the share of the male teaching work force in upper-secondary education which has appropriate and relevant pedagogical training. A trained teacher is one who has fulfilled at least the minimum organized teacher-training requirements (pre-service or in-service) to teach a specific level of education according to the relevant national policy or law. These requirements usually include pedagogical knowledge (broad principles and strategies of classroom management and organization that transcend the subject matter being taught - typically approaches, methods and techniques of teaching), and professional knowledge (knowledge of statutory instruments and other legal frameworks that govern the teaching profession). Some programmes may also cover content knowledge (knowledge of the curriculum and the subject matter to be taught and the use of relevant materials).
5.5.1 Number of Seats Held by Women in National Parliaments Number Number of seats held by women members in single or lower chambers of national parliaments as at 1 February of reporting year. National parliaments can be bicameral or unicameral. This indicator covers the single chamber in unicameral parliaments and the lower chamber in bicameral parliaments. It does not cover the upper chamber of bicameral parliaments. Seats are usually won by members in general parliamentary elections. Seats may also be filled by nomination, appointment, indirect election, rotation of members and byelection. Seats refer to the number of parliamentary mandates, or the number of members of parliament.
5.5.1 Number of Seats in National Parliaments Number Seats refer to the number of parliamentary mandates, also known as the number of members of parliament. Seats are usually won by members in general parliamentary elections. Seats may also be filled by nomination, appointment, indirect election, rotation of members and by-election.
5.5.1 Proportion of Seats Held by Women in National Parliaments, (% of total number of seats) Percent The proportion of seats held by women in national parliaments, currently as at 1 February of reporting year, is currently measured as the number of seats held by women members in single or lower chambers of national parliaments, expressed as a percentage of all occupied seats. National parliaments can be bicameral or unicameral. This indicator covers the single chamber in unicameral parliaments and the lower chamber in bicameral parliaments. It does not cover the upper chamber of bicameral parliaments. Seats are usually won by members in general parliamentary elections. Seats may also be filled by nomination, appointment, indirect election, rotation of members and byelection. Seats refer to the number of parliamentary mandates, or the number of members of parliament.
5.5.2 Proportion of Women in Managerial Positions Percent Proportion of females in the total number of persons employed in managerial positions.
8.1.1 Annual Growth Rate of Real GDP per Capita (%) Percent Annual growth rate of real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita is calculated as the percentage change in the real GDP per capita between two consecutive years. Real GDP per capita is calculated by dividing GDP at constant prices by the population of a country or area. The data for real GDP are measured in constant US dollars to facilitate the calculation of country growth rates and aggregation of the country data.
8.10.1 Number of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) per 100,000 Adults 15+ Number The number of automated teller machines (ATMs) per 100,000 adults.
8.10.1 Number of Commercial Bank Branches per 100,000 Adults 15+ Number The number of commercial bank branches per 100,000 adults.
8.10.2 Proportion of Adults (15 years and older) with an Account at a Financial Institution or Mobile-Money-Service Provider (% of adults aged 15 years and older) 15+ Both Sexes Percent The percentage of adults (ages 15+) who report having an account (by themselves or together with someone else) at a bank or another type of financial institution or personally using a mobile money service in the past 12 months.
8.10.2 Proportion of Adults (15 years and older) with an Account at a Financial Institution or Mobile-Money-Service Provider (% of adults aged 15 years and older) 15+ Female Percent The percentage of females (ages 15+) who report having an account (by themselves or together with someone else) at a bank or another type of financial institution or personally using a mobile money service in the past 12 months.
8.10.2 Proportion of Adults (15 years and older) with an Account at a Financial Institution or Mobile-Money-Service Provider (% of adults aged 15 years and older) 15+ Male Percent The percentage of males (ages 15+) who report having an account (by themselves or together with someone else) at a bank or another type of financial institution or personally using a mobile money service in the past 12 months.
8.2.1 Annual Growth Rate of Real GDP per Employed Person (%) Percent Annual growth rate of real GDP per employed person conveys the annual percentage change in real Gross Domestic Product per employed person.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, All Raw Materials Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Biomass Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Coal Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Construction Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Crop Residues Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Crops Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Ferrous Ores Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Fossil Fuels Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Grazed Biomass and Fodder Crops Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Industrial or Agricultural Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Metal Ores Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Natural Gas Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Non-Ferrous Ores Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Non-Metallic Minerals Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Petroleum Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Wild Catch and Harvest Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Wood Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, All Raw Materials Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Biomass Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Coal Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Construction Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Crop Residues Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Crops Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Ferrous Ores Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Fossil Fuels Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Grazed Biomass and Fodder Crops Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Industrial or Agricultural Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Metal Ores Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Natural Gas Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Non-Ferrous Ores Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Non-Metallic Minerals Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Petroleum Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Wild Catch and Harvest Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Wood Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, All Raw Materials Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Biomass Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Coal Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Construction Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Crop Residues Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Crops Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Ferrous Ores Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Fossil Fuels Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Grazed Biomass and Fodder Crops Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Industrial or Agricultural Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Metal Ores Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Natural Gas Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Non-Ferrous Ores Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Non-Metallic Minerals Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Petroleum Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Wild Catch and Harvest Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Wood Tonnes Domestic Material Consumption (DMC) is a standard material flow accounting (MFA) indicator and reports the apparent consumption of materials in a national economy.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15+ Both Sexes Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15+ Female Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15+ Male Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15-24 Both Sexes Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15-24 Female Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15-24 Male Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 25+ Both Sexes Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 25+ Female Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 25+ Male Percent The unemployment rate conveys the percentage of persons in the labour force who are unemployed.
8.a.1 Total Official Flows (commitments) for Aid for Trade, by Recipient Countries Millions of Constant 2016 USD Aid for Trade commitments is the gross commitments of total Official Development Assistance (ODA) from all donors for aid for trade.
8.a.1 Total Official Flows (disbursement) for Aid for Trade, by Recipient Countries Millions of Constant 2016 USD Aid for Trade disbursements is the gross disbursements of total Official Development Assistance (ODA) from all donors for aid for trade.
9.2.1 Manufacturing Value Added as a Proportion of GDP Percent Manufacturing value added as a proportion of gross domestic product is a ratio between manufacturing value added and gross domestic product, both reported in constant 2010 USD.
9.2.1 Manufacturing Value Added per Capita Constant 2010 USD Manufacturing value added per capita is calculated by dividing manufacturing value added in constant 2010 USD by population of a country or area.
9.2.2 Manufacturing Employment as a Proportion of Total Employment Percent The indicator is represented by the share of manufacturing employment in total employment.
9.4.1 Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Fuel Combustion Million Ton Carbon dioxide ( CO2) emissions per unit value added is an indicator computed as ratio between CO2 emissions from fuel combustion and the value added of associated economic activities.
9.4.1 Carbon Dioxide Emissions per Unit of GDP Kilograms of CO2 per Constant 2010 USD CO2 emissions per unit of GDP are expressed in kilogrammes of CO2 per USD constant 2010 PPP GDP. CO2 emissions from manufacturing industries per unit of manufacturing value added (MVA) are measured in kilogrammes of CO2 equivalent per unit of manufacturing value added (MVA) in constant 2010 USD.
9.4.1 Carbon Dioxide Emissions per Unit of Manufacturing Value Added Kilograms of CO2 per Constant 2010 USD The indicator can be computed for the whole economy (total CO2 emissions/GDP) or for specific sectors, notably the manufacturing sector (CO2 emissions from manufacturing industries per manufacturing value added (MVA)).
9.5.1 Research and Development Expenditure as a Proportion of GDP Percent Research and development (R&D) expenditure as a proportion of GDP is the amount of R&D expenditure divided by the total output of the economy.
9.5.2 Researchers (in full-time equivalent) per million inhabitants (per 1,000,000 population) Percent A direct measure of the number of R&D workers per 1 million people. Full-time equivalent (FTE) of R&D personnel is defined as the ratio of working hours actually spent on R&D during a specific reference period (usually a calendar year) divided by the total number of hours conventionally worked in the same period by an individual or by a group.
9.a.1 Total Official flows for Infrastructure, by Recipient Countries Millions of Constant 2016 USD Gross disbursements of total official development assistance (ODA) and other official flows from all donors in support of infrastructure.
9.b.1 Proportion of Medium and High-tech Industry Value Added in Total Value Added Percent The proportion of medium-high and high-tech industry (MHT) value added in total value added of manufacturing (MVA) is a ratio value between the value added of MHT industry and MVA.
9.c.1 Proportion of Population Covered by a Mobile Network, 2G Percent "Proportion of population covered by a mobile network, broken down by technology, refers to the percentage of inhabitants living within range of a mobile-cellular signal, irrespective of whether or not they are mobile phone subscribers or users. This is calculated by dividing the number of inhabitants within range of a mobile-cellular signal by the total population and multiplying by 100. "
9.c.1 Proportion of Population Covered by a Mobile Network, 3G Percent Proportion of population covered by a mobile network, broken down by technology, refers to the percentage of inhabitants living within range of a mobile-cellular signal, irrespective of whether or not they are mobile phone subscribers or users. This is calculated by dividing the number of inhabitants within range of a mobile-cellular signal by the total population and multiplying by 100.
9.c.1 Proportion of Population Covered by a Mobile Network, 4G Percent Proportion of population covered by a mobile network, broken down by technology, refers to the percentage of inhabitants living within range of a mobile-cellular signal, irrespective of whether or not they are mobile phone subscribers or users. This is calculated by dividing the number of inhabitants within range of a mobile-cellular signal by the total population and multiplying by 100.