Central African Republic - Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education
Since 2011, Central African Republic Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education increased 0.6points year on year. With 43.61 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education in 2016, the country was number 185 comparing other countries in Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education. Central African Republic is overtaken by Chad, which was ranked number 184 at 44.01 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education and is followed by South Sudan at 40.88 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education. Senegal lead the ranking with 53.23 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education in 2018, an increase of 0.3points versus 2017. Gambia, India and Nepal respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Democratic Republic of the Congo witnessed the best average annual growth at +1.1points per year, while Eritrea was the worst growing country at -2.1points per year.
|Date||Percent of Pupils in Primary Education|
How does Central African Republic rank in Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education?
|#||187 Countries||Percent of Pupils in Primary Education||Last||YoY||5‑years CAGR|
|1||Senegal||53.23 %||2018||+0.3 %||+0.4 %||View data|
|2||Gambia||51.81 %||2018||+0.5 %||+0.4 %||View data|
|184||Chad||44.01 %||2018||+0.6 %||+0.5 %||View data|
|185||Central African Republic||43.61 %||2016||NA||+0.6 %||View data|
|186||South Sudan||40.88 %||2015||NA||+1.0 %||View data|