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NIGERIA

July 2017

Subregion Income group

West Africa 2017 population¹

Lower middle income

(2017)

264.07

(2030)

Urban2

49%

(2017)

58%

(2030)

Rural2

51%

(2017)

42%

(2030)

30-34

2.6%

(2017)

2.4%

(2030)

15-19

Population growth (annual)

1

45-49

53.3% ages 15-64

44.0% ages 0-14

0-4

152/188

Languages19

English (official), Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo (Ibo), Fulani, over 500 additional indigenous languages

75-79

Religion19

Muslim 50%, Christian 40%, indigenous beliefs 10%

60-64

Ethnic composition19

Nigeria, Africa's most populous country, is composed of more than 250 ethnic groups; the most populous and politically influential are: Hausa and the Fulani 29%, Yoruba 21%, Igbo (Ibo) 18%, Ijaw 10%, Kanuri 4%, Ibibio 3.5%, Tiv 2.5%

45-49

2030 population¹

Low human development

Abuja

Government type19

Federal presidential republic President Maj. Gen. (ret.) Muhammadu BUHARI (since 29 May 2015) Bicameral National Assembly consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives

Females in Parliament7

6%

(2016)

Corruption Perceptions Index rank5

136/176

(2016)

56.2% ages 15-64

30-34 15-19

40.9% ages 0-14

0-4 0

20,000,000 40,000,000

Life expectancy at birth (years) Nigeria

75

2.9% age 65+

1

Subregion

Income grp.

65 55 45 35 25 1990

6

Land area (sq km)7

36/54

(2015)

910,770

(2.5X the size of California)

1995

OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE From all donors (US$ millions, net)8 as % of income7 per capita18 8

$2,431.8

(2015)

0.48%

(2015)

$13.4

(2015)

$490.6

(2015)

2000

2005

2010

2017

U.S. ODA by agency (US$ millions, gross), 2015 Other

From U.S. (US$ millions)

Female

40,000,000 20,000,000

Capital19

19

Male

90+

GOVERNMENT

Head of State/Govt19

2.8% age 65+

60-64

Human Development Index rank3

Ibrahim Index rank

Female

75-79

190.89

Population (millions)1

Legislature

Male

90+

PEOPLE

Agriculture

Governance

18

Health

400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 USAID

HHS

DOD

Other

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NIGERIA

July 2017

EDUCATION Completion rate, primary gross7

76.0%

(2010)

Female completion rate7

71.6%

(2010)

Male completion rate7

80.3%

(2010)

120

Pupil-teacher ratio, primary9

38

(2010)

100

Pupil-teacher ratio, secondary9

23

(2010)

Public education expenditure (% of GDP)9

n/a

Youth literacy rate (ages 15-24)7

73%

(2015)

8,735,046

(2010)

Of which, female7

57%

(2010)

Of which, male7

43%

(2010)

7

Children out of school, primary

Gross enrollment ratio (%)

9

Primary female Secondary female

Primary male Secondary male

80 60

40 20 0 1990

1995

2000

Income per capita, US$

ECONOMY

3,500

Nigeria

2005

2013

7

Subregion

Income grp.

3,000

GDP (US$ millions)7

$486,793

(2015)

GDP growth (annual %)7

2.7%

(2015)

5.9%

(2015)

10

$39,206

(2016)

1,000

Merchandise imports (US$ millions)10

$31,848

(2016)

500

Percent of population living under $1.90/day7

53.5%

(2009)

6%

(2013)

8%

(2013)

Shares of merchandise trade (%), 2014 7

46%

(2013)

OECD average11

42%

(2013)

Ag. raw materials Manufacturing 100

Youth unemployment (ages 15-24)7

7.8%

(2016)

80

Annual inflation12

15.7%

(2016)

60

10-year average7 Merchandise exports (US$ millions)

11

Share of income going to the poorest 20% OECD average11

Share of income going to the richest 20%11

2,500 2,000 1,500

0 1990

1995

2000

2005

Food Ores and metals

2010

2015

Fuel

40

HEALTH

20

Prevalence of HIV (ages 15-49)13 Antiretroviral coverage (% of adults 15+ meeting WHO guidelines)7

n/a

Prevalence of TB (per 100,000 population)14

330

(2014)

Child and maternal mortality

Deaths from malaria (per 100,000 population)14

70

(2013)

per 1,000 live births

Prevalence of stunting (% of children under 5)15

37%

(2013)

DPT3 immunization rate (children aged one)15

38%

(2013)

Fertility rate (children per woman)15

5.0

(2015)

150

Modern contraceptive prevalence15

11%

(2013)

100

Births attended by skilled health worker15

38%

(2013)

50

Improved water source (% of population)4

69%

(2015)

0

Public health expenditure (% of GDP)16

1%

(2014)

0 Exports

n/a

Under 5

Imports 17,14

Maternal

Neonatal

per 100,000 live births

250

1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0

200

1990

1995

2000

2005

2010

2015

SOURCES: 1UN, World Population Prospects; 2UN, World Urbanization Prospects; 3UNDP, Human Development Report; 4WHO UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation; 5Transparency International, Corruption Perceptions Index and Bribe Payers Index; 6Mo Ibrahim Foundation, Index of African Governance; 7World Bank, World Development Indicators; 8OECD/DAC, Destination of Official Development Assistance and Official Aid - Disbursements (Table 2a); 9UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) Database; 10IMF, Direction of Trade Statistics; 11Population Reference Bureau, World Population Data Sheet; 12IMF, World Economic Outlook Database; 13UNAIDS, Report on the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic; 14WHO, World Health Statistics; 15Demographic and Health Surveys, STATcompiler; 16WHO, Global Health Expenditure Database; 17UN Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation, Child Mortality Estimates; 18OECD/DAC, Creditor Reporting System (CRS++); 19CIA, World Factbook; World Bank, Country and Lending Groups.