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Latest Indicator Data of Category: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 15+ Both Sexes (%): 48.00 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 15+ Female (%): 47.10 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 15+ Male (%): 48.70 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 15-24 Both Sexes (%): 60.00 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 15-24 Female (%): 54.00 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 15-24 Male (%): 65.00 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 25+ Both Sexes (%): 45.60 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 25+ Female (%): 45.70 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Employed Population below International Poverty Line, Age 25+ Male (%): 45.60 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
1.1.1 Proportion of Population below International Poverty Line: 53.50 Percentage (2009) Timeplot
1.2.1 Proportion of Population Living below the National Poverty Line: 46.00 Percentage (2009) Timeplot
2.1.1 Prevalence of Undernourishment: 11.50 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
2.2.1 Proportion of Children Moderately or Severely Stunted: 43.60 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
2.2.2 Proportion of Children Moderately or Severely Overweight: 1.50 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
2.2.2 Proportion of Children Moderately or Severely Wasted: 10.80 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
2.5.2 Local Breeds Classified as Being at Unknown Level of Risk of Extinction: 16.00 Number (2018) Timeplot
2.5.2 Local Breeds Classified as Known Being at Risk: 0.00 Number (2018) Timeplot
2.5.2 Local Breeds Classified as Known Being Not at Risk: 0.00 Number (2018) Timeplot
2.5.2 Proportion of Local Breeds Classified as Being at Unknown Level of Risk of Extinction: 100.00 Percentage (2018) Timeplot
2.5.2 Proportion of Local Breeds Classified as Known Being at Risk: 0.00 Percentage (2018) Timeplot
2.5.2 Proportion of Local Breeds Classified as Known Being Not at Risk: 0.00 Percentage (2018) Timeplot
2.a.1 Agriculture Orientation Index for Government Expenditures: 0.00 Index Value (2018) Timeplot
2.a.2 Total Official Flows (disbursements) for Agriculture, by Recipient Countries: 146.27 Millions of Constant 2016 USD (2016) Timeplot
4.5.1 Gender Parity Index of Trained Teachers in Primary Education: 1.17 Ratio (2010) Timeplot
4.5.1 Gender Parity Index of Trained Teachers in Secondary Education: 1.00 Ratio (2010) Timeplot
4.b.1 Total Official Flows for Scholarships, by Recipient Countries: 4.28 Millions of Constant 2016 USD (2016) Timeplot
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: 85.01 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 85.01 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 84.33 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 66.15 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 71.68 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 61.01 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 45.93 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 45.96 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 45.91 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 18.53 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 15.29 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
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: 21.28 Percentage (2010) Timeplot
5.5.1 Number of Seats Held by Women in National Parliaments: 20.00 Number (2018) Timeplot
5.5.1 Number of Seats in National Parliaments: 360.00 Number (2018) Timeplot
5.5.1 Proportion of Seats Held by Women in National Parliaments, (% of total number of seats): 5.56 Percentage (2018) Timeplot
8.1.1 Annual Growth Rate of Real GDP per Capita (%): -1.77 Percentage (2017) Timeplot
8.10.1 Number of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) per 100,000 Adults 15+: 16.32 Number (2017) Timeplot
8.10.1 Number of Commercial Bank Branches per 100,000 Adults 15+: 4.44 Number (2017) Timeplot
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: 39.67 Percentage (2017) Timeplot
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: 27.28 Percentage (2017) Timeplot
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: 51.41 Percentage (2017) Timeplot
8.2.1 Annual Growth Rate of Real GDP per Employed Person (%): -0.30 Percentage (2018) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, All Raw Materials: 3.44 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Biomass: 2.72 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Coal: 0.00 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Construction Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals: 0.60 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Crop Residues: 0.89 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Crops: 1.03 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Ferrous Ores: 0.02 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Fossil Fuels: 0.09 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Grazed Biomass and Fodder Crops: 0.51 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Industrial or Agricultural Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals: 0.00 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Metal Ores: 0.02 Tonnes (2016) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Natural Gas: 0.07 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Non-Ferrous Ores: 0.02 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Non-Metallic Minerals: 0.61 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Petroleum: 0.02 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Wild Catch and Harvest: 0.01 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Capita, Wood: 0.28 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, All Raw Materials: 1.43 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Biomass: 1.13 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Coal: 0.00 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Construction Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals: 0.25 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Crop Residues: 0.37 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Crops: 0.43 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Ferrous Ores: 0.01 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Fossil Fuels: 0.04 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Grazed Biomass and Fodder Crops: 0.21 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Industrial or Agricultural Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals: 0.00 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Metal Ores: 0.01 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2016) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Natural Gas: 0.03 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Non-Ferrous Ores: 0.01 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Non-Metallic Minerals: 0.25 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Petroleum: 0.01 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Wild Catch and Harvest: 0.00 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption per Unit of GDP, Wood: 0.12 Kilograms per Constant 2010 USD (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, All Raw Materials: 656,465,615.87 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Biomass: 518,754,870.63 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Coal: 202,939.78 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Construction Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals: 114,793,076.57 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Crops: 196,946,089.65 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Ferrous Ores: 3,381,748.31 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Fossil Fuels: 17,391,052.05 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Grazed Biomass and Fodder Crops: 97,068,723.53 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Industrial or Agricultural Dominant Non-Metallic Minerals: 755,560.02 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Metal Ores: 4,533,563.41 Tonnes (2016) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Natural Gas: 13,237,315.85 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Non-Ferrous Ores: 3,381,748.31 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Non-Metallic Minerals: 115,490,513.34 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Petroleum: 3,950,796.43 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Wild Catch and Harvest: 1,769,946.26 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.4.2 Domestic Material Consumption, Wood: 53,006,635.91 Tonnes (2017) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15+ Both Sexes: 7.10 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15+ Female: 8.00 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15+ Male: 6.10 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15-24 Both Sexes: 12.40 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15-24 Female: 11.50 Percentage (2013) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 15-24 Male: 8.90 Percentage (2013) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 25+ Both Sexes: 5.70 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 25+ Female: 2.30 Percentage (2013) Timeplot
8.5.2 Unemployment Rate, 25+ Male: 3.10 Percentage (2013) Timeplot
8.a.1 Total Official Flows (commitments) for Aid for Trade, by Recipient Countries: 259.98 Millions of Constant 2016 USD (2016) Timeplot
8.a.1 Total Official Flows (disbursement) for Aid for Trade, by Recipient Countries: 400.37 Millions of Constant 2016 USD (2016) Timeplot
9.2.1 Manufacturing Value Added as a Proportion of GDP: 9.32 Percentage (2018) Timeplot
9.2.1 Manufacturing Value Added Per Capita: 223.30 Constant 2010 USD (2018) Timeplot
9.2.2 Manufacturing Employment as a Proportion of Total Employment: 7.88 Percentage (2013) Timeplot
9.4.1 Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Fuel Combustion: 85.99 Million Ton (2016) Timeplot
9.4.1 Carbon Dioxide Emissions per Unit of GDP: 0.09 Kilograms of CO2 per Constant 2010 USD (2016) Timeplot
9.4.1 Carbon Dioxide Emissions per Unit of Manufacturing Value Added: 0.16 Kilograms of CO2 per Constant 2010 USD (2016) Timeplot
9.5.1 Research and Development Expenditure as a Proportion of GDP: 0.22 Percentage (2007) Timeplot
9.a.1 Total Official flows for Infrastructure, by Recipient Countries: 544.92 Millions of Constant 2016 USD (2016) Timeplot
9.b.1 Proportion of Medium and High-tech Industry Value Added in Total Value Added: 33.44 Percentage (2016) Timeplot
9.c.1 Proportion of Population Covered by a Mobile Network, 2G: 92.70 Percentage (2017) Timeplot
9.c.1 Proportion of Population Covered by a Mobile Network, 3G: 54.00 Percentage (2017) Timeplot
9.c.1 Proportion of Population Covered by a Mobile Network, 4G: 50.84 Percentage (2017) Timeplot