South Africa - Percentage of Social Insurance Benefits Received by the Poorest 20% of the Population

In 2014, the country was ranked number 27 comparing other countries in Percentage of Social Insurance Benefits Received by the Poorest 20% of the Population at 0.73 Percent of Social Insurance Benefits. South Africa is overtaken by Cameroon, which was ranked number 26 at 0.9 Percent of Social Insurance Benefits and is followed by El Salvador at 0.71 Percent of Social Insurance Benefits. Armenia, Ukraine and Serbia respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Nigeria witnessed the best average annual growth at +54points per year, while Niger recorded the worst performance at -37.4points per year.

Loading...

Date Percent of Social Insurance Benefits
2014 0.73
2013
2012
2011
2010
Download all data from 2005 to 2014

How does South Africa rank in Percentage of Social Insurance Benefits Received by the Poorest 20% of the Population?

# 34 Countries Percent of Social Insurance Benefits Last YoY 5‑years CAGR
1 #1
Liberia
17.28 % 2016 NA NA View data
2 #2
Armenia
15.91 % 2014 +7.8 % +1.9 % View data
26 #26
Cameroon
0.90 % 2014 NA NA View data
27 #27
South Africa
0.73 % 2014 NA NA View data
28 #28
El Salvador
0.71 % 2014 NA -2.9 % View data
Compare all 34 countries

Go Top