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Education > Trained teachers in primary education, female > % of female teachers: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Trained teachers in primary education, female (% of female teachers). Percentage of trained teachers. Primary. Female is the number of female teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (pre-service or in-service) required for teaching at the primary level in the given country, expressed as a percentage of the total number of female teachers at the primary level.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
=1 Mauritius 100% 2012
=1 Andorra 100% 2012
=1 Morocco 100% 2012
=1 Uzbekistan 100% 2011
=1 Colombia 100% 2012
=1 Fiji 100% 2011
=1 Suriname 100% 2009
=1 Mauritania 100% 2012
=1 Cambodia 100% 2012
=1 Aruba 100% 2011
=1 Gabon 100% 2003
=1 United Arab Emirates 100% 2012
=1 Bermuda 100% 2011
=1 Cuba 100% 2012
=1 Iraq 100% 2004
=1 Croatia 100% 2003
=1 Djibouti 100% 2011
=1 Tunisia 100% 2012
19 Azerbaijan 99.99% 2012
20 Cote d'Ivoire 99.87% 2012
21 Burma 99.86% 2010
22 Oman 99.79% 2001
23 Belarus 99.64% 2012
24 Botswana 99.55% 2009
25 Vietnam 99.55% 2012
26 Mongolia 99.34% 2012
27 Burkina Faso 98.23% 2012
28 Algeria 98.16% 2007
29 Kenya 98.12% 2009
30 Namibia 98.02% 2012
31 Iran 97.78% 2001
32 Niger 97.72% 2012
33 Laos 97.68% 2012
34 Tanzania 96.89% 2012
35 Burundi 96.66% 2012
36 El Salvador 96.55% 2011
37 Hong Kong 96.1% 2012
38 Trinidad and Tobago 95.82% 2009
39 Cape Verde 95.71% 2012
40 Zambia 95.16% 1999
41 Georgia 95.02% 2009
42 Singapore 94.61% 2009
43 Democratic Republic of the Congo 94.31% 2012
44 Cayman Islands 94.31% 2011
45 Madagascar 94.25% 2011
46 Rwanda 94.14% 2012
47 Tajikistan 93.8% 2012
48 Bolivia 93.49% 2000
49 Tonga 92.59% 1998
50 Nepal 92.31% 2012
51 Bhutan 92.03% 2006
52 Costa Rica 91.42% 2011
53 Saint Lucia 89.82% 2012
54 Macau 89.72% 2012
55 Panama 89.62% 2012
56 Dominican Republic 89.06% 2011
57 Uganda 88.81% 2008
58 Syria 88.61% 2001
59 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 88.48% 2012
60 Republic of the Congo 87.61% 2012
61 Mozambique 87.46% 2012
62 Saudi Arabia 86.96% 2007
63 Central African Republic 86.17% 2012
64 Brunei 86.13% 2012
65 Eritrea 86.11% 2012
66 Kiribati 85.93% 2008
67 The Bahamas 85.82% 2009
68 South Africa 85.68% 2009
69 Ecuador 84.96% 2012
70 Bahrain 82.78% 2012
71 Turks and Caicos Islands 82.69% 2003
72 Guinea 81.45% 2012
73 Chad 81.12% 2011
74 Malawi 80.51% 2012
75 Kuwait 80.04% 2012
76 Seychelles 79.83% 2003
77 Maldives 79.65% 2011
78 Swaziland 79.53% 2011
79 Nicaragua 78.97% 2010
80 Cameroon 78.42% 2012
81 Armenia 77.92% 2005
82 Togo 75.92% 2012
83 Pakistan 74.85% 2012
84 Kyrgyzstan 71.96% 2012
85 Nigeria 71.68% 2010
86 Lesotho 71.05% 2012
87 Saint Kitts and Nevis 69.78% 2012
88 Sierra Leone 68.94% 2012
89 Guyana 68.79% 2011
90 The Gambia 68.27% 2012
91 Grenada 68.02% 2009
92 Ghana 66.17% 2012
93 Antigua and Barbuda 65.84% 2011
94 Liberia 62.83% 2011
95 Dominica 62.75% 2012
96 Senegal 61.78% 2012
97 Serbia 59.85% 2012
98 Guinea-Bissau 58.72% 2010
99 Sudan 57.18% 2009
100 Barbados 56.8% 2011
101 Mali 56.61% 2011
102 Belize 56.11% 2012
103 Bangladesh 55.98% 2011
104 Ethiopia 55.34% 2012
105 Solomon Islands 53.87% 2012
106 Equatorial Guinea 52.24% 2011
107 Sao Tome and Principe 49.36% 2009
108 Benin 47.19% 2011
109 Qatar 45.2% 2009
110 Honduras 38.14% 2008
111 Lebanon 10% 2012
112 San Marino 0.0 2011

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Trained teachers in primary education, female > % of female teachers. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Education/Trained-teachers-in-primary-education,-female/%-of-female-teachers

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I want to know that why female gender is always placing at to teach elementary schools, if this is proven that female teachers are more effeciant, so pleas send me the information to know why they are effeciant.

Posted on 18 May 2009

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