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Urban Mali

Water (%)
Drinking water Basic Usage 1 timeseries
Sanitation 37.04 in 2015 WHO
Usage 6 timeseries
Water Supplies Usage 4 timeseries
Water Facility Quality (%)
Basic 4 timeseries
Improved Sanitation 4 timeseries
Unimproved 3.62 in 2015 WHO
Water Facility Quality Improved Usage Water Supplies (% in 2015)
Piped 79.1 WHO
Available when needed 71.99 WHO
Accessible on premises 55.56 WHO
Non-piped 17.09 WHO
Demographics
Mortality Indicators Children 1 timeseries
Population 42.36 % in 2018 UNCTAD + 2 others
Demographics Age
Children Mortality Indicators 64.13 Deaths per 1000 live births in 2012 WHO
Fertility Indicators
Completeness of Birth Registration 96.7 % in 2015 WB
Health Indicators
Deaths Female 71.24 % in 2012 WHO
Health Indicators Disease Prevention
Immunization Measles 85.3 in 2012 WHO
Health Personnel
Medical assistants 343 in 2004 WHO
Physicians 975 in 2004 WHO
Radiographers 32 in 2004 WHO
Health Personnel Dentistry personnel
Dentists 44 in 2004 WHO
Health Personnel Nursing and midwifery personnel
Midwifery personnel 1,411 in 2004 WHO
Nursing personnel 4,809 in 2004 WHO
Health Personnel Pharmaceutical personnel
Pharmacists 351 in 2004 WHO
Energy Electricity
Electrification Rate 87.19 % in 2017 WB + 1 other
Mortality Indicators (Deaths per 1000 live births in 2012)
Infant Mortality Rate 42.86 WHO
Mortality Indicators Children 1 timeseries
Neonatal Mortality Rate 27.09 WHO
Health Communicable Diseases
Measles Immunization 85.3 in 2012 WHO
Africa (numbers in 2018)

Nigeria is the top country by urban among 53 countries. As of 2018, urban in Nigeria was 98.6 million numbers that accounts for 18.22% of total urban. The top 5 countries (others are Egypt, South Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Algeria) account for 45.65% of it. The total urban was estimated at 541 million numbers in 2018.

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Nigeria 98,611,179 WB
Egypt 42,030,812 WB
South Africa 38,339,668 WB
Democratic Republic of the Congo 37,376,673 WB
Algeria 30,670,086 WB
Ethiopia 22,678,295 WB
Morocco 22,501,278 WB
Angola 20,184,707 WB
United Republic of Tanzania 19,022,085 WB
Ghana 16,687,441 WB
Sudan 14,480,887 WB
Cameroon 14,215,401 WB
Kenya 13,891,531 WB
Côte d'Ivoire 12,729,904 WB
Mozambique 10,615,007 WB
Uganda 10,156,999 WB
Madagascar 9,767,237 WB
Mali 8,080,546 WB
Tunisia 7,973,630 WB
Zambia 7,551,686 WB
Senegal 7,481,990 WB
Somalia 6,749,317 WB
Burkina Faso 5,798,656 WB
Benin 5,433,806 WB
Libya 5,349,666 WB
Zimbabwe 4,650,663 WB
Guinea 4,486,535 WB
Niger 3,686,254 WB
Chad 3,569,015 WB
Congo 3,509,318 WB
Togo 3,289,910 WB
Sierra Leone 3,217,272 WB
Malawi 3,072,933 WB
Liberia 2,464,955 WB
Mauritania 2,363,349 WB
South Sudan 2,152,927 WB
Rwanda 2,117,287 WB
Central African Republic 1,930,200 WB
Gabon 1,893,996 WB
Botswana 1,565,400 WB
Burundi 1,456,375 WB
Gambia 1,397,018 WB
Namibia 1,224,911 WB
Equatorial Guinea 944,333 WB
Guinea Bissau 812,700 WB
Djibouti 745,819 WB
Lesotho 593,502 WB
Mauritius 516,155 WB
Cabo Verde 357,429 WB
Eswatini 270,402 WB
Comoros 241,082 WB
Sao Tome and Principe 153,635 WB
Seychelles 54,855 WB
Eritrea 32.9 % in 2016 WB
Residence
Domestic Expenditure Health Care 8 timeseries
Foreign Expenditure Health Care 3 timeseries
Rural 41 timeseries
Urban 8,080,546 numbers in 2018 WB

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