Côte d'Ivoire

Background Information

Region

Sub-Saharan Africa

World Bank income group

Lower middle income

Percent of population aged 10-24

33% (UNFPA, 2020)

Total primary school age population (both sexes)

4,082,734 (UIS, 2020)

Total secondary school age population (both sexes)

4,154,730 (UIS, 2020)

Proportion of women aged 20-24 years who were married or in a union before age 18 (% of women aged 20-24)

27%

Source: UNSDG, 2016

Adolescent birth rate (per 1,000 women ages 15-19)

118

Source: UN Human Development Reports, 2018

Percentage of women who ever experienced physical violence since age 15 (% of women 15-49)

36%

Source: DHS, 2012

Percentage of married women employed in the last 12 months (% of married or in-union women 15-49)

76%

Source: DHS, 2012

Education Snapshot Back to Top

Number of years of free primary and secondary education guaranteed in legal frameworks (Years)

10

Source: UIS, 2019

Expenditure on education as a percentage of total government expenditure % GDP spent on education

Source: UIS, 2018

Proportion of schools with access to single-sex basic sanitation facilities

  • Lower secondary 100%

    (2016)

  • Upper secondary 87%

    (2019)

Source: UIS

Proportion of students at the end of primary education achieving at least a minimum proficiency level in reading

  • Female 24%

  • Male 21%

Female: UIS, 2014

Male: UIS, 2014

Proportion of students at the end of primary education achieving at least a minimum proficiency level in mathematics

  • Female 2%

  • Male 3%

Female: UIS, 2014

Male: UIS, 2014


Completion rate

Primary school age
  • Female 53%

  • Male 60%

Female: UIS, 2016

Male: UIS, 2016

Lower secondary school age
  • Female 22%

  • Male 36%

Female: UIS, 2016

Male: UIS, 2016

Upper secondary school age
  • Female 14%

  • Male 17%

Female: UIS, 2016

Male: UIS, 2016


Out-of-school rate

Primary school
  • Female 25%

  • Male 20%

Female: UIS, 2016

Male: UIS, 2016

Lower secondary school
  • Female 38%

  • Male 27%

Female: UIS, 2016

Male: UIS, 2016

Upper secondary school
  • Female 67%

  • Male 47%

Female: UIS, 2016

Male: UIS, 2016

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