Major National Indicators

  • Posted on: 30 November 2010
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Socio Economic Indicators

Population (2002 Census): 34.2 million
Population growth rate: 1.8 percent
Per Capital GNP: Estimated at US $ 246 (2001) (US$1 = TZS 1051 in Jan 2005)
Per Capital GDP: Estimated at US$ 251 (2001) (US$1 = TZS 1051 in Jan 2005)

Health
25,000 persons per doctor Infant mortality Rate (2000): 93 per 1000 live births Child under Five Mortality Rate (2000): 49 per 1000 live births

Maternal Mortality Ratio (2000): 1100 per 100,000 live births

Education
Adult Illiterate Rate (15+ years old ) percent (2001) 32 Female 15 Male
Gross primary Enrollment % of age group (2000) 65 Female 65 Male
Gross Secondary Enrollment % of age group (2000) 5 Female 6 Male

Physical Asset Security
Access to improved drinking water source (2000) 54 percent
Access to improve sanitation (2000) 90 percent

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