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failed states Compared by Education > Primary education, pupils

DEFINITION: Primary education, pupils. Enrolment in primary. Public and private. All programmes. Total is the total number of students enrolled in public and private primary education institutions.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Nigeria 20.68 million 2010
2 Pakistan 18.12 million 2012
3 Democratic Republic of the Congo 12 million 2012
4 Afghanistan 5.29 million 2011
5 Iraq 4.86 million 2007
6 Sudan 4.74 million 2009
7 Yemen 3.68 million 2012
8 Cote d'Ivoire 2.92 million 2012
9 Zimbabwe 2.36 million 2003
10 Chad 2.09 million 2012
11 Guinea 1.6 million 2012
12 Haiti 1.49 million 1998
13 Central African Republic 662,317 2012
14 Somalia 457,132 2007
15 Guinea-Bissau 278,890 2010

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Primary education, pupils. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/failed-states/Education/Primary-education,-pupils

failed states Compared by Education > Primary education, pupils

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Interesting observations about Education > Primary education, pupils

  • India ranked first for primary education, pupils amongst Hot countries in 2011.
  • Indonesia ranked first for primary education, pupils amongst Muslim countries in 2011.
  • China has ranked in the top 2 for primary education, pupils since 1970.
  • Nigeria ranked first for primary education, pupils amongst Sub-Saharan Africa in 2010.
  • Vietnam ranked first for primary education, pupils amongst Former French colonies in 2012.
  • Brazil ranked first for primary education, pupils amongst Christian countries in 1998.
  • Ethiopia ranked first for primary education, pupils amongst Landlocked countries in 2012.
  • All of the top 4 countries by primary education, pupils are Emerging markets'.
  • Tuvalu has ranked last for primary education, pupils since 2001.
  • Egypt ranked first for primary education, pupils amongst Middle Eastern and North Africa in 2011.
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