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Middle Eastern and North Africa Compared by Education > Children out of school, primary

DEFINITION: Children out of school, primary. Out-of-school children of primary school age. Total is the total number of primary-school-age children who are not enrolled in either primary or secondary schools.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Yemen 490,049 2012
2 Iraq 373,276 2007
3 Saudi Arabia 216,025 2012
4 Egypt 210,911 2011
5 Morocco 87,247 2012
6 Algeria 25,337 2012
7 Israel 20,236 2010
8 Jordan 19,852 2011
9 Syria 18,600 2010
10 Lebanon 17,915 2012
11 Libya 14,309 1978
12 Oman 7,054 2012
13 United Arab Emirates 5,761 2012
14 Kuwait 3,490 2007
15 Iran 3,468 2012
16 Qatar 2,782 2005
17 Bahrain 648 1999
18 Tunisia 510 2012

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Children out of school, primary. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Middle-Eastern-and-North-Africa/Education/Children-out-of-school,-primary

Middle Eastern and North Africa Compared by Education > Children out of school, primary

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Interesting observations about Education > Children out of school, primary

  • China has had the highest children out of school, primary since 1991.
  • Nigeria ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Muslim countries in 2010.
  • Cote d'Ivoire ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Former French colonies in 2009.
  • Pakistan ranked second for children out of school, primary amongst Hot countries in 2012.
  • Ethiopia ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Landlocked countries in 2012.
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Christian countries in 1999.
  • Russia ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Former Soviet republics in 2009.
  • Yemen ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Middle Eastern and North Africa in 2012.
  • Brazil ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Latin America and Caribbean in 1970.
  • United States ranked first for children out of school, primary amongst Heavily indebted countries in 2011.
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