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Education > Ratio of female to male primary enrollment > %: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Ratio of female to male primary enrollment (%). Ratio of female to male primary enrollment is the percentage of girls to boys enrolled at primary level in public and private schools.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Armenia 114.14% 2009
2 Guyana 112.06% 2011
3 Nepal 108.4% 2012
4 Senegal 107.91% 2012
5 Republic of the Congo 107.42% 2012
6 Bangladesh 106.3% 2011
7 Saudi Arabia 106.13% 2012
8 Mauritania 105.33% 2012
9 Seychelles 105.06% 2011
10 The Gambia 104.3% 2012
11 Indonesia 104.26% 2011
12 Turks and Caicos Islands 104.08% 2005
13 Puerto Rico 103.97% 2011
14 Malawi 103.75% 2012
15 Kiribati 103.59% 2009
16 Tanzania 103.21% 2012
17 Cayman Islands 102.66% 2000
18 Malta 102.63% 2011
19 India 102.3% 2011
20 Rwanda 102.1% 2012
21 Luxembourg 102.04% 2011
22 The Bahamas 101.94% 2010
23 Ukraine 101.78% 2012
24 Bhutan 101.78% 2012
25 Uganda 101.55% 2011
26 American Samoa 101.52% 1992
27 Kazakhstan 101.29% 2012
28 Federated States of Micronesia 101.28% 2007
29 Saint Kitts and Nevis 101.25% 2012
30 Georgia 101.22% 2012
31 Montenegro 101.01% 2012
32 Liechtenstein 100.86% 2011
33 Oman 100.83% 2012
34 Vietnam 100.73% 2012
35 New Zealand 100.6% 2011
36 Iceland 100.59% 2011
37 Canada 100.48% 2010
38 Israel 100.43% 2010
39 Russia 100.38% 2009
40 United States 100.37% 2011
41 Mexico 100.37% 2011
Eastern Europe average (profile) 100.29% 2009
42 Denmark 100.23% 2010
43 Norway 100.15% 2011
44 Republic of Macedonia 100.14% 2010
45 Greece 100.12% 2010
46 Belarus 100.1% 2012
47 Slovenia 100.07% 2011
48 Fiji 100.06% 2011
Cold countries average (profile) 100.02% 2009
49 Czech Republic 100.02% 2011
50 Ecuador 99.9% 2012
51 Japan 99.88% 2011
Eurozone average (profile) 99.85% 2011
Europe average (profile) 99.84% 2010
52 France 99.82% 2011
53 Serbia 99.78% 2012
54 Moldova 99.77% 2012
55 Samoa 99.75% 2012
56 Ireland 99.73% 2011
57 United Kingdom 99.71% 2011
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 99.69% 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 99.68% 2011
58 Australia 99.67% 2011
59 Poland 99.65% 2011
60 China 99.65% 2011
European Union average (profile) 99.64% 2011
61 Belgium 99.63% 2011
62 Estonia 99.61% 2010
63 Honduras 99.6% 2012
64 Sweden 99.59% 2011
65 Latvia 99.55% 2011
=66 Slovakia 99.55% 2011
=66 Bulgaria 99.55% 2011
68 Tonga 99.51% 2012
69 Switzerland 99.51% 2011
NATO countries average (profile) 99.48% 2010
70 Germany 99.46% 2011
71 Austria 99.43% 2011
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 99.43% 2010
72 Zambia 99.39% 2012
73 Spain 99.38% 2011
74 Croatia 99.38% 2011
75 Marshall Islands 99.35% 2011
76 Finland 99.3% 2011
77 Brazil 99.27% 1989
78 Peru 99.25% 2011
79 Cyprus 99.22% 2011
80 European Union 99.19% 2011
81 Burundi 99.19% 2012
82 Hungary 99.14% 2011
=83 Vanuatu 99.05% 2010
=83 Burma 99.05% 2010
85 Netherlands 99.05% 2011
86 Turkey 99.03% 2011
Non-religious countries average (profile) 99.02% 2011
87 Jamaica 99% 2004
88 Costa Rica 98.99% 2011
89 Italy 98.94% 2011
90 South Korea 98.94% 2011
91 Sierra Leone 98.89% 2012
92 San Marino 98.75% 2011
93 Madagascar 98.72% 2012
94 Kuwait 98.72% 2007
95 Iran 98.69% 2012
96 Mauritius 98.62% 2012
97 Cuba 98.62% 2012
98 Barbados 98.59% 2011
99 Zimbabwe 98.58% 2003
100 Brunei 98.48% 2012
101 Romania 98.48% 2011
102 Bolivia 98.48% 2011
103 Jordan 98.45% 2011
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 98.33% 2010
Catholic countries average (profile) 98.3% 2010
104 Hong Kong 98.23% 2012
105 Argentina 98.21% 2010
106 Kyrgyzstan 98.17% 2012
107 Solomon Islands 98.15% 2012
108 Haiti 98.14% 1998
Emerging markets average (profile) 98.11% 2009
109 Thailand 98.08% 2009
110 Azerbaijan 98.05% 2011
111 Lithuania 98% 2011
112 Bermuda 97.98% 2011
113 Nicaragua 97.98% 2010
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 97.92% 2010
114 Sri Lanka 97.9% 2011
115 Philippines 97.84% 2009
116 Venezuela 97.83% 2012
117 Kenya 97.77% 2009
118 Tunisia 97.76% 2012
119 Tajikistan 97.74% 2012
120 Equatorial Guinea 97.63% 2012
121 Lesotho 97.5% 2012
122 Belize 97.47% 2012
123 French Polynesia 97.46% 1996
124 Portugal 97.44% 2010
125 Dominica 97.44% 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 97.4% 2010
126 United Arab Emirates 97.37% 2012
127 Bahrain 97.37% 1999
128 Maldives 97.35% 2009
129 Mongolia 97.19% 2012
130 Aruba 97.15% 2011
East Asia and Pacific average (profile) 97.13% 2004
131 Gabon 97.08% 2011
132 Panama 97.08% 2012
133 Uzbekistan 97.05% 2011
South and Central Asia average (profile) 97.01% 2011
Former British colonies average (profile) 97.01% 2005
134 Namibia 96.87% 2012
135 Sao Tome and Principe 96.84% 2012
136 Chile 96.84% 2011
137 Guatemala 96.84% 2011
138 Syria 96.76% 2012
139 Uruguay 96.75% 2010
140 Saint Lucia 96.74% 2012
141 Palau 96.73% 2004
142 Trinidad and Tobago 96.6% 2010
143 Grenada 96.58% 2010
144 Colombia 96.55% 2012
145 Botswana 96.55% 2009
Religious countries average (profile) 96.34% 2009
146 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 96.26% 2012
147 Albania 96.17% 2003
148 Andorra 96.1% 1983
149 Libya 96.04% 2006
150 Paraguay 95.93% 2010
151 Macau 95.64% 2008
152 Suriname 95.64% 2011
153 El Salvador 95.58% 2011
154 East Timor 95.34% 2011
155 Tuvalu 95.32% 2006
156 Morocco 95.2% 2012
157 Cambodia 95.14% 2012
OPEC countries average (profile) 95.02% 2005
158 South Africa 94.78% 2012
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 94.73% 2005
159 Burkina Faso 94.56% 2012
160 Laos 94.52% 2012
161 Algeria 94.43% 2012
162 Egypt 94.24% 2011
163 Malaysia 93.89% 2005
164 Ghana 93.73% 2012
South Asia average (profile) 93.46% 2011
165 Guinea-Bissau 93.42% 2010
166 Ethiopia 92.82% 2012
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 92.66% 2009
Former French colonies average (profile) 92.57% 2012
167 Togo 92.22% 2012
168 Antigua and Barbuda 91.99% 2011
169 Liberia 91.57% 2011
Muslim countries average (profile) 91.46% 2005
170 Cape Verde 91.46% 2012
171 Lebanon 91.43% 2012
172 Nigeria 91.33% 2010
173 Comoros 90.88% 2012
174 Mozambique 90.55% 2012
175 Dominican Republic 90.55% 2011
176 Qatar 90.42% 2005
177 Djibouti 90.11% 2012
178 Swaziland 89.77% 2011
179 Benin 89.49% 2012
180 Papua New Guinea 89.18% 2008
181 Mali 88.37% 2012
182 Democratic Republic of the Congo 87.62% 2012
183 Cameroon 87.58% 2012
184 Pakistan 87.22% 2012
185 Cote d'Ivoire 85.04% 2012
186 Eritrea 84.48% 2012
187 Iraq 84.32% 2007
188 Niger 84.08% 2012
189 Guinea 83.72% 2012
190 Yemen 82.76% 2012
191 Chad 76.19% 2012
192 Central African Republic 74.33% 2012
193 Afghanistan 71.09% 2011
194 Angola 63.98% 2011
failed states average (profile) 63.73% 1985
195 Somalia 55.3% 2007

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