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Source: The State of the World’s Children | United Nations Children's Fund

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Country or AreaSubgroupYearSourceUnitValue 
AlbaniaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent11
AngolaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent542
ArgentinaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent11
ArmeniaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent11
AzerbaijanTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent01
BangladeshTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent431
BelarusTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent01
BeninTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent472
BhutanTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent101
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)Total2006-2011UN_World BankPercent161
Bosnia and HerzegovinaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent01
BrazilTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent61
BulgariaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent01
Burkina FasoTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent451
BurundiTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent811
CambodiaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent231
CameroonTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent101
Cape VerdeTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent212
CEE/CISTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent03
Central African RepublicTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent631
ChadTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent622
ChileTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent11
ChinaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent131
ColombiaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent81
ComorosTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent462
CongoTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent542
Costa RicaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent31
Côte d'IvoireTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent241
CroatiaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent01
Democratic Republic of the CongoTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent881
DjiboutiTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent192
Dominican RepublicTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent21
East Asia and PacificTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent143
Eastern and Southern AfricaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent513
EcuadorTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent51
EgyptTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent21
El SalvadorTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent91
EstoniaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent12
EthiopiaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent392
FijiTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent61
GabonTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent52
GambiaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent342
GeorgiaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent151
GhanaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent291
GuatemalaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent141
GuineaTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent431
Guinea-BissauTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent492
HaitiTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent622
HondurasTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent181
HungaryTotal2006-2011UN_World BankPercent01

Footnotes

1 - Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified in the column heading.
2 - Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified in the column heading. Data refer to years or periods other than those specified in the column heading. Such data are not included in the calculation of regional and global averages.
3 - Data refer to the most recent year available during the period specified in the column heading. For a complete list of countries and territories in the regions, subregions and country categories, see page XX.
Source

The State of the World’s Children

Source:  United Nations Children's Fund

Economic and social statistics on the countries and territories of the world, with particular reference to children’s well-being.
Last update in UNdata: 19 Jun 2013
Next update in UNdata: 2014 release