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Burkina Faso

Demographics
Age Population 1 timeseries
Migration -125 thousands in 2100 UNDESA
Population 19,751.65 thousands in 2018 UNCTAD + 2 others
Demographics Age
Adolescent 8 timeseries
Adult 15 timeseries
Children 4 timeseries
Dependency Ratio Adult 1 timeseries
Infant 9.87 infant deaths per 1,000 live births in 2100 UNDESA
Old 11 timeseries
Youth 11 timeseries
Demographics Population
Density Population 1 timeseries
Natural Change 7.77 per 1000 population in 2100 UNDESA
Health Deaths (% in 2016)
Communicable Diseases 56.3 WB
Non-communicable Diseases 32.7 WB
Health Communicable Diseases (numbers in 2018)
AIDS Deaths 1 timeseries
HIV 96,000 WB
Tuberculosis 2 timeseries
Health Non-communicable Diseases
Malaria Incidence 411.99 per 1,000 population in 2017 WB
Agriculture Indicators (1000 ha)
Area 43 timeseries
Area Equipped for Full Control Irrigation 29.73 in 2011 FAO
Area Equipped for Irrigation 54.27 in 2011 FAO
Laying Eggs 2 timeseries
Production 97 timeseries
Seed 20 timeseries
Slaughtered 14 timeseries
Stocks 11 timeseries
Water Management 165 in 2013 FAO
Yield 72 timeseries
Agriculture
Water Resources 13.5 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Agriculture Agricultural Products Beverages Alcohol
Beer Barley Production 120,000 tonnes in 2014 FAO
Agriculture Agricultural Products Dairy Products
Butter and Ghee Production 1 timeseries
Ghee, butteroil Cow Production 1 timeseries
Milk 5,332,524 Head in 2017 FAO
Agriculture Agricultural Products Dairy Products Milk
Skimmed Cow Milk Production 19,773 tonnes in 2014 FAO
Agriculture Agricultural Products Textile Fibres Cotton
Cotton lint Production 280,000 tonnes in 2013 FAO
Agriculture Agricultural Products Sugar Production (tonnes in 2014)
Molasses 16,000 FAO
Raw Centrifugal Sugar 1 timeseries
Agriculture Water Resources
External 0 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Ground Water 9.5 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Internal 9.5 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Precipitation 748 mm/year in 2017 FAO
Pressure on Water Resources 6.06 % in 2005 FAO
Surface Water Resources 9 10^9 m3/year in 2017 FAO
Agriculture Water Resources Precipitation
National Rainfall Index 759 mm/year in 2000 FAO
Agriculture Water Resources Pressure on Water Resources
Water Withdrawal 0.42 10^9 m3/year in 2005 FAO
Water
Dam Capacity 5.34 km3 in 2015 FAO
Drinking water Basic Usage 3 timeseries
Sanitation Basic Usage 3 timeseries
Usage Basic 6 timeseries
Fertility Indicators
Births 6,294.71 thousands in 2100 UNDESA
Crude Birth Rate 15.19 per 1,000 population in 2099 UNDESA
Mean Age of Childbearing 29.45 years in 2100 UNDESA
Reproduction 1.03 surviving daughters per woman in 2100 UNDESA
Government Finance
Budget Deficit -373.92 National currency, billions in 2018 IMF
Consumption of fixed capital 22.9B Domestic Currency in 1984 IMF
Debt General Government Gross 2 timeseries
Government Expenditure 2,169.01 National currency, billions in 2018 IMF
Government Revenue 1,795.09 National currency, billions in 2018 IMF
Operating Balance Central Government 1 timeseries
Government Finance Government Expenditure Subsidies and Other Transfers Central Government (Domestic Currency in 2018)
Grants Expense 177.19B IMF
Subsidies 11.66B IMF
Government Finance Government Revenue Central Government (Domestic Currency in 2018)
Tax Revenue 1,349.72B IMF
Social Contributions 0 IMF
Government Finance Government Revenue Grants and Other Revenue
Grants Revenue Central Government 215.09B Domestic Currency in 2018 IMF
Government Finance Government Revenue Tax Revenue Central Government (Domestic Currency in 2018)
Tax on Goods and Services 756.48B IMF
Tax on Income, Profits and Capital Gains 370.13B IMF
Tourism Indicators (LCU in billions in 2018)
Contribution Tourism 6 timeseries
Expenditure 247.02 WTTC
Investment 26.6 WTTC
Financial Markets
Exchange Rate 0 US dollars in 2018 IMF
Financial Markets Interest Rate (Percent per Annum in 2017)
Lending Rate 5.14 IMF
Money Market 5.09 IMF
Central Bank Policy Rate 2.5 IMF
Financial Markets Exchange Rate
Official Exchange Rate 589.56 LCU per USD on Aug 2019 WB
Institutions
General Government Debt Gross 3,382.1 National currency, billions in 2018 IMF
National Accounts
GDP 14.18 U.S. dollars, Billions in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Gross National Income 6,870.26B LCU in 2017 UNSD + 1 other
Gross Value Added 3 timeseries
Net National Income 366.9B Domestic Currency in 1984 IMF
National Accounts GDP Gross National Expenditure
Final Consumption Expenditure 92.31 % in 2017 IMF + 1 other
Gross Capital Formation 1,274.25B Domestic Currency in 2017 IMF
National Accounts GDP Gross National Expenditure Gross Capital Formation
Changes in Inventories 0 Domestic Currency in 2017 IMF
National Accounts GDP Gross National Expenditure Final Consumption Expenditure
Household Final Consumption Expenditure 5,629.06B Domestic Currency in 2017 IMF
Balance of Payments Current Account Balance Trade
Exports 3,230.68 million US dollars in 2018 UNCTAD + 1 other
Goods 10 timeseries
Imports 4,346.85 million US dollars in 2018 UNCTAD + 1 other
Net Trade -712.46B Domestic Currency in 2017 IMF
Services 2 timeseries
Mortality Indicators
Children Deaths Children 1 timeseries
Children Mortality Rate 13.17 deaths under age five per 1,000 live births in 2100 UNDESA
Crude Death Rate 7.75 deaths per 1,000 population in 2099 UNDESA
Infant Mortality Rate 9.75 per 1,000 live births in 2099 UNDESA
Life Expectancy 76.89 years in 2100 UNDESA
Survival 66 timeseries
World Rankings
Civil Liabilities 3 Score, 1=Most Free, 7=Least Free in 2018 FH
Freedom 60 Score, 0=Least Free, 100=Most Free in 2018 FH
Political Rights 4 Score, 1=Most Free, 7=Least Free in 2018 FH
Press Freedom Index 23.33 Score, 0=Complete Freedom, 100=No Freedom at all in 2018 RSF
Economic Activity Industry and Construction
Construction Gross Value Added 2.99 % of GDP in 2017 UNSD
Economic Activity Industry and Construction Industry
Mining Gross Value Added Growth 17.24 % of GDP in 2017 UNSD
Goods and Services Indicators
Consumer Price Index 108.1 Index on Jul 2019 WB + 1 other
Commodities Natural resources Fossil Fuels Oil Production (Thousand Barrels Per Day on Dec 2018)
Crude Oil and Lease Condensate 0 EIA
Natural Gas Plant Liquids 0 EIA
Other Liquids 0 EIA
Refinery Processing Gain 0 EIA
Commodities Natural resources Fossil Fuels Oil Other Liquids Production (Thousand Barrels Per Day on Dec 2018)
Crude Oil, NGPL and Other Liquids 0 EIA
Petroleum and Other Liquids 0 EIA
Balance of Payments
Current Account Balance -1.06 U.S. dollars, Billions in 2018 IMF
Balance of Payments Current Account Balance Primary Income
Primary income receipts -112.12B Domestic Currency in 2012 IMF
Health Indicators
Deaths 3,122.29 thousands in 2100 UNDESA
Incidence 3 timeseries
Mortality Rate 8.34 per 1,000 people in 2017 WB
Labor
Employment Growth 2 timeseries
Labor Force 3,821,869 Number in 1991 IMF
Unemployment 6,620 Number in 2000 IMF
Gender
Female 104 timeseries
Feminity Ratio 100.36 females per 100 males in 2100 UNDESA
Male 104 timeseries
Sex Ratio 99.64 males per 100 females in 2100 UNDESA
Sex Ratio at Birth 1.05 male births per female births in 2100 UNDESA
Economy
Foreign-exchange reserves 2,962,638.97 US dollars in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Economy Foreign-exchange reserves
Gold Holdings 0 US dollars in 2018 IMF
Inflation and Prices
GDP Deflator Inflation 3 timeseries
Inflation 2 Percent change in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Balance Sheet Liabilities Equity
Investment 16.57 Percent of GDP in 2018 IMF
Health Indicators Mortality Rate Conditions Deaths
Maternity 1.75 % in 2017 WB
Neonatal 18,540 numbers in 2018 WB
Residence (numbers in 2018)
Rural 13,952,879 WB
Urban 5,798,656 WB
Africa
Algeria 13,724.5 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Angola 6,057.24 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Benin 2,156.89 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Botswana 15,969.38 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Burkina Faso 1,774.37 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Burundi -7.36 Percent of GDP in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Cabo Verde 6,502.81 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Cameroon 3,402.88 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Central African Republic 632.8 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Chad 2,146.91 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Comoros 1,450.53 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Congo 6,043.54 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Côte d'Ivoire 3,713.49 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Democratic Republic of the Congo 682.13 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Djibouti 3,365.15 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Egypt 11,881.42 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 3 others
Equatorial Guinea 20,186.59 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Eritrea 1,472.49 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Eswatini 9,795.44 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Ethiopia 2,073.05 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Gabon 16,440.93 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Gambia 2,481.7 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Ghana 5,734.91 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Guinea 2,053.01 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Guinea Bissau 1,721.66 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Kenya 3,280.85 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Lesotho 3,017.35 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Liberia 1,260.11 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Libya 10,194.4 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Madagascar 1,449.09 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Malawi 1,066.14 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Mali 2,119.09 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Mauritania 3,546.89 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Mauritius 21,066.4 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 3 others
Morocco 7,940.15 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 3 others
Mozambique 1,147.96 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Namibia 12.36 Percent of GDP in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Niger 1,081.57 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Nigeria 5,357.54 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Rwanda 2,026.76 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Sao Tome and Principe 2,954.7 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Senegal 3,245.51 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Seychelles 27,115.84 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 3 others
Sierra Leone 1,440.15 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Somalia 15,903,303 current US$ in 2018 WB + 1 other
South Africa 12,155.98 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 3 others
South Sudan 1,335.24 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF
Sudan 3,761.81 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Togo 1,551.63 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Tunisia 10,997.17 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 3 others
Uganda 2,220.08 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
United Republic of Tanzania 3,061.06 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 1 other
Zambia 3,647.59 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 2 others
Zimbabwe 2,477.92 Purchasing power parity; 2011 international dollar in 2018 IMF + 3 others

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