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People > Child labor > Children ages 5-14 per million people: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: This entry provides the mean (average) age of mothers at the birth of their first child. It is a useful indicator for gauging the success of family planning programs aiming to reduce maternal mortality, increase contraceptive use – particularly among married and unmarried adolescents, delay age at first marriage, and improve the health of newborns. Figures expressed per million people for the same year.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Samoa 120.73 2013
2 Sao Tome and Principe 103.84 2013
3 Iceland 84.64 2011
4 Malta 64.33 2008
5 Maldives 60.66 2013
6 Luxembourg 59.96 2008
7 Montenegro 42.46 2009
8 Cape Verde 36.72 2013
9 Guyana 28.11 2013
10 Cyprus 26.63 2005
11 Estonia 19.62 2010
12 East Timor 18.85 2013
13 Swaziland 17.18 2007
14 Slovenia 14.01 2010
15 Gabon 12.38 2013
16 Republic of Macedonia 12.37 2010
17 Latvia 11.79 2010
18 Panama 11.72 1976
19 Lesotho 10.95 2013
20 Namibia 10.29 2007
21 Armenia 8.1 2013
22 Lithuania 8.09 2010
23 Albania 7.94 2013
24 Mauritania 7.85 2001
25 Jamaica 7.29 2013
26 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.73 2010
27 Moldova 6.6 2010
28 Ireland 6.51 2011
29 New Zealand 6.49 2008
30 Croatia 6.27 2010
31 Singapore 6.08 2008
32 Norway 5.73 2011
33 Liberia 5.42 2007
34 Georgia 5.37 2010
35 Finland 5.32 2005
36 Denmark 5.25 2010
37 Turkmenistan 5.12 2006
38 Slovakia 5.03 2010
39 Eritrea 4.81 2002
40 Kyrgyzstan 4.33 2010
41 Togo 4.33 1998
42 Hong Kong 4.28 2008
43 Switzerland 3.86 2010
44 Jordan 3.81 2013
45 Serbia 3.73 2010
46 Israel 3.52 2011
47 Bulgaria 3.48 2010
48 Paraguay 3.46 2013
49 Sierra Leone 3.43 2008
50 Nicaragua 3.4 2013
51 Austria 3.38 2011
52 El Salvador 3.38 2008
53 Sweden 3.17 2005
54 Tajikistan 2.88 2013
55 Hungary 2.82 2010
56 Azerbaijan 2.69 2010
57 Belgium 2.68 2013
58 Belarus 2.62 2010
59 Czech Republic 2.62 2010
60 Greece 2.61 2007
61 Portugal 2.6 2005
62 Honduras 2.5 2013
63 Benin 2.37 2006
64 Haiti 2.29 2013
65 Dominican Republic 2.11 2007
66 Bolivia 2.03 2013
67 Guinea 1.96 2005
68 Burundi 1.96 2013
69 Rwanda 1.91 2013
70 Chad 1.88 2004
71 Netherlands 1.77 2005
72 Kazakhstan 1.69 2010
73 Ecuador 1.61 2004
74 Senegal 1.61 2013
75 Zambia 1.59 2007
76 Zimbabwe 1.56 2013
77 Mali 1.51 2006
78 Cambodia 1.5 2013
79 Australia 1.47 2006
80 Chile 1.47 2004
81 Guatemala 1.41 2013
82 Niger 1.32 2006
83 Romania 1.21 2010
84 Malawi 1.13 2013
85 Burkina Faso 1.09 2013
86 Sri Lanka 1.04 2013
87 Cameroon 0.959 2013
88 Mozambique 0.946 2003
89 Uzbekistan 0.899 2006
90 Cote d'Ivoire 0.884 2013
91 Ghana 0.865 2013
92 Madagascar 0.863 2013
93 Morocco 0.851 2004
94 Canada 0.838 2007
95 Yemen 0.756 2013
96 Peru 0.747 2013
97 Poland 0.697 2010
98 Spain 0.664 2006
99 Nepal 0.661 2013
100 Afghanistan 0.646 2013
101 South Korea 0.605 2008
102 Uganda 0.544 2013
103 Ukraine 0.518 2013
104 United Kingdom 0.495 2006
105 South Africa 0.488 2003
106 Colombia 0.468 2013
107 Italy 0.458 2010
108 Kenya 0.45 2013
109 France 0.45 2006
110 Tanzania 0.406 2013
111 Germany 0.356 2013
112 Democratic Republic of the Congo 0.353 2007
113 Turkey 0.347 2003
114 Thailand 0.341 2013
115 Egypt 0.303 2008
116 Vietnam 0.284 2002
117 Philippines 0.256 2008
118 Japan 0.23 2007
119 Ethiopia 0.209 2013
120 Mexico 0.183 2013
121 Pakistan 0.138 2007
122 Nigeria 0.138 2008
123 Bangladesh 0.111 2013
124 Indonesia 0.0908 2013
125 United States 0.0838 2006
126 India 0.0174 2006

Citation

"All countries compared for People > Child labor > Children ages 5-14 per million people", CIA World Factbook 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013. Population figures from World Bank: (1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects, (2) United Nations Statistical Division. Population and Vital Statistics Report (various years), (3) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (4) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (5) Secretariat of the Pacific Community: Statistics and Demography Programme, and (6) U.S. Census Bureau: International Database. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/People/Child-labor/Children-ages-5--14-per-million-people

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