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Collated Statistical Data for CSP 2015

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Statistical data is not the most common type of questions now-a-days. Yet, a few important ones might just be asked. Below is a list of statistics compiled from various sources.

Statistical data for CSP 2015:

Human Development Index, 2013 – 0.586 (135th) (up by 0.583 in 2012 at same rank)

Sex Ratio – 940/1000 males (2011)
Child Sex Ratio – 914/1000 males (2011)
Sex Ratio at birth – 1.11:1 (M:F) (2010/2015)

GINI coefficient – 33.9% (2003-2012)
Poverty Headcount Ratio (2011-12) – 21.9%
Population living below PPP$1.25/day – 32.68%

Gross Enrollment Ratio (Primary) (2012-13) – 101.4%
Adult Literacy Rate (2011) – 74.04% [82.14% for men / 65.46% for women] Youth Literacy Rate (15-24 age) 90.2% (2015)

Life expectancy at birth (2013) – Male : 64.7 yrs, Female : 68.3 yrs
Malnutrition – Child under 5 yrs with stunting (moderate or severe) (2008-12) – 48%
Under-5 Mortality Rate (2013) – 49/1000 live births
Infant Mortality Rate (2013) – 40/1000 live births
Maternal Mortality Ratio (2011-13) – 167/100,000 live births

Physicians /10,000 population (2003-12) – 6.5
Total fertility Rate (2010/2015) – 2.5 births per woman

Estimated Adult HIV prevalence (15-49 years of age) (2011) – 0.27%

Malaria Cases in 2014 (Provisional) – 10,70,513 (66% P. falciparum)

Tuberculosis Prevalence (old+new cases) – 2,600,000 cases; 211 cases/100,000 population) (2013)
Tuberculosis Incidence (new cases) – 2,100,000 cases; 171 cases/100,000 population) (2013)
Tuberculosis cases with MDR-TB – 2.2%
Tuberculosis treatment success rate in 2012 – 88%

Households having ‘improved source’ of drinking water (2012) – 87.8%
Households without access to sanitation (2012) – 43.4%

Health expenditure (total in 2011) – 3.9% of GDP
Health expenditure by government (current) – 1.04% of GDP (date?)
Education expenditure (total in 2005-12) – 3.3% of GDP

Annual population growth rate (2010/2015) – 1.2%

Population distribution – Urban:Rural – 32:68

Forest Cover Area in 2013 – 21.2%

Teledensity – Telephone per 100 Population (2014) – 75.8%

CO2 emissions in 2011 – 1.7 metric tons per capita (USA – 17.6, Quatar – 40.3 in 2010)

Care has been taken in reproducing the data as faithfully as possible. Inadvertent errors are regretted.

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