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Urban the United Republic of Tanzania

Water
Drinking water Usage 2 timeseries
Sanitation 33.67 % in 2015 WHO
Usage 9 timeseries
Water Supplies Usage 6 timeseries
Water Facility Quality
Basic 4 timeseries
Improved 6 timeseries
Unimproved 8.54 % in 2015 WHO
Water Facility Quality Improved Usage Water Supplies (% in 2015)
Free from contamination 75.32 WHO
Piped 58.94 WHO
Accessible on premises 41.86 WHO
Available when needed 33.57 WHO
Safely managed 33.57 WHO
Non-piped 29.67 WHO
Demographics
Mortality Indicators Children 1 timeseries
Population 33.78 % in 2018 UNCTAD + 2 others
Demographics Age
Children Mortality Indicators 86.28 Deaths per 1000 live births in 2015 WHO
Fertility Indicators
Completeness of Birth Registration 50.9 % in 2016 WB
Health Indicators
Deaths Female 55.94 % in 2015 WHO
Health Indicators Disease Prevention
Immunization Measles 95.1 in 2010 WHO
Health Personnel
Physicians 366 in 2002 WHO
Radiographers 50 in 2002 WHO
Health Personnel Dentistry personnel
Dentists 49 in 2002 WHO
Health Personnel Nursing and midwifery personnel
Midwifery personnel 306 in 2002 WHO
Nursing personnel 2,121 in 2002 WHO
Health Personnel Pharmaceutical personnel
Pharmacists 56 in 2002 WHO
Energy Electricity
Electrification Rate 65.34 % in 2017 WB + 1 other
Mortality Indicators (Deaths per 1000 live births in 2015)
Infant Mortality Rate 63.06 WHO
Mortality Indicators Children 1 timeseries
Neonatal Mortality Rate 43.4 WHO
Health Communicable Diseases
Measles Immunization 95.1 in 2010 WHO
Poverty and Equity (% in 2011)
Poverty Rate 15.5 WB
Poverty Gap 3.9 WB
Africa (% in 2018)

Gabon is the top country by urban among 53 countries. As of 2018, urban in Gabon was 89.37 %. The top 5 countries also includes Libya, Djibouti, Sao Tome and Principe, and Algeria.

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Gabon 89.37 WB
Libya 80.1 WB
Djibouti 77.78 WB
Sao Tome and Principe 72.8 WB
Algeria 72.63 WB
Equatorial Guinea 72.14 WB
Botswana 69.45 WB
Tunisia 68.95 WB
Congo 66.92 WB
South Africa 66.36 WB
Cabo Verde 65.73 WB
Angola 65.51 WB
Morocco 62.45 WB
Gambia 61.27 WB
Seychelles 56.69 WB
Cameroon 56.37 WB
Ghana 56.06 WB
Mauritania 53.67 WB
Liberia 51.15 WB
Côte d'Ivoire 50.78 WB
Nigeria 50.34 WB
Namibia 50.03 WB
Benin 47.31 WB
Senegal 47.19 WB
Somalia 44.97 WB
Democratic Republic of the Congo 44.46 WB
Zambia 43.52 WB
Guinea Bissau 43.36 WB
Egypt 42.7 WB
Mali 42.36 WB
Sierra Leone 42.06 WB
Togo 41.7 WB
Central African Republic 41.36 WB
Mauritius 40.79 WB
Madagascar 37.19 WB
Guinea 36.14 WB
Mozambique 35.99 WB
Sudan 34.64 WB
United Republic of Tanzania 33.78 WB
Eritrea 32.9 in 2016 WB
Zimbabwe 32.21 WB
Burkina Faso 29.36 WB
Comoros 28.97 WB
Lesotho 28.15 WB
Kenya 27.03 WB
Eswatini 23.8 WB
Uganda 23.77 WB
Chad 23.06 WB
Ethiopia 20.76 WB
South Sudan 19.62 WB
Rwanda 17.21 WB
Malawi 16.94 WB
Niger 16.43 WB
Burundi 13.03 WB
Residence
Domestic Expenditure Health Care 8 timeseries
Foreign Expenditure Health Care 3 timeseries
Rural 46 timeseries
Urban 33.78 % in 2018 WB

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