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ArmeniaFemale 15+ yr2001WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent14 
AustraliaFemale 15+ yr2000WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent22 
AustraliaMale 15+ yr2000WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent19 
AzerbaijanFemale 15+ yr2001WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent12 
BahrainFemale 15+ yr1999WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent34 
BahrainMale 15+ yr1999WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent23 
BelgiumFemale 15+ yr2004WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent13 
BelgiumMale 15+ yr2004WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent12 
BeninFemale 15+ yr2001WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent6 
BoliviaFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent15 
Bosnia and HerzegovinaFemale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent25 
Bosnia and HerzegovinaMale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent17 
BrazilFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent13 
BrazilMale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent9 
Burkina FasoFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent2 
CambodiaFemale 15+ yr2000WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent1 
CameroonFemale 15+ yr2004WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent8 
CanadaFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent14 
CanadaMale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent16 
ChileFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent25 
ChileMale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent19 
ChinaFemale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent3 
ChinaMale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent2 
ColombiaFemale 15+ yr2005WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent17 
ColombiaMale 15+ yr2005WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent9 
Cook IslandsFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent61 
Cook IslandsMale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent56 
Côte d’IvoireFemale 15+ yr1999WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent5 
CroatiaFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent23 
CroatiaMale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent22 
Czech RepublicFemale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent16 
Czech RepublicMale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent14 
DenmarkFemale 15+ yr2000WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent9 
DenmarkMale 15+ yr2000WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent10 
Dominican RepublicFemale 15+ yr1998WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent18 
Dominican RepublicMale 15+ yr1998WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent13 
EgyptFemale 15+ yr1999WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent33 
EgyptMale 15+ yr1999WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent13 
EritreaFemale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent2 
EstoniaFemale 15+ yr2004WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent15 
EstoniaMale 15+ yr2004WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent14 
EthiopiaFemale 15+ yr2000WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent0 
FijiFemale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent26 
FijiMale 15+ yr2002WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent10 
FinlandFemale 15+ yr2001WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent24 
FinlandMale 15+ yr2001WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent21 
GabonFemale 15+ yr2000WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent8 
GermanyFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent12 
GermanyMale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent14 
GhanaFemale 15+ yr2003WHO_Core Health Indicators Database_Jul2007 (International estimate)Percent8 
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Gender Info

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

Gender Info 2007 is a global database of gender statistics and indicators on a wide range of policy areas, including: population, families, health, education, work, and political participation. It can be used by governments, international organizations, advocacy groups, researchers and others in need of statistics for planning, analysis, advocacy and awareness-raising. Users will find in Gender Info an easy-to-use tool to shed light on gender issues through customizable tables, graphs and maps. It is an initiative of the United Nations Statistics Division, produced in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

This database is no longer updated. Please visit http://unstats.un.org/unsd/gender/data.html for other Gender Statistics.
Last update in UNdata: 21 Mar 2008
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