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Country or AreaSubgroupYearSourceUnitValue 
AlgeriaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
AndorraTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
AngolaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent31
Antigua and BarbudaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent21
ArgentinaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61
ArmeniaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
AustraliaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
AustriaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
AzerbaijanTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent31
BahrainTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent31
BangladeshTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent21
BarbadosTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent71
BelarusTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
BelgiumTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61
BelizeTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61
BeninTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
BhutanTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
BotswanaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent81
BrazilTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61
Brunei DarussalamTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent21
BulgariaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
Burkina FasoTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
BurundiTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent71
CambodiaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent21
CameroonTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
CanadaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
Cape VerdeTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61
CEE/CISTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent42
Central African RepublicTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent11
ChadTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent31
ChileTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
ColombiaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
ComorosTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent81
CongoTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61
Costa RicaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61
Côte d'IvoireTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
CroatiaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
CubaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent141
CyprusTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent81
Czech RepublicTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent51
Democratic Republic of the CongoTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent31
DenmarkTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent91
DjiboutiTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent81
DominicaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
Dominican RepublicTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent21
East Asia and PacificTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent43
Eastern and Southern AfricaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent52
EgyptTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
El SalvadorTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent41
EstoniaTotal2007-2010UN_World BankPercent61

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. For a complete list of countries and territories in the regions, subregions and country categories, see page XX.
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. Excludes China.
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