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Quality Of Life, Chad

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Quality Of Life, Chad
Chad literacy rate

Literacy: definition: age 15 and over can read and write French or Arabic
total population: 35.4%
male: 45.6%
female: 25.4% (2011 est.)

access to healthcare
Even in good years, a third of the population remains undernourished. Instability and climate change, combined with poverty and a rapidly growing population, mean that Chadians frequently struggle to feed their families.
When rains fail, people have no way of feeding themselves; the majority of the population depend on subsistence farming or herding. In 2012, drought left over 3 million Chadians in need of food, according to the World Food Programme.
Widespread poverty
High child mortality rate
With poor nutrition and the threat of disease, 20% of children (or 1 in 5) do not live to see their fifth birthday. (WHO
Nearly two-thirds of people in Chad live below the poverty line and the population remains among the world’s poorest. The 2010 United Nations Human Development Index ranked Chad near the bottom, at 163 out of 169 countries.
The World Bank has pulled out of programmes, because oil revenues are not being invested by the government into alleviating poverty.
The western Kanem region (along the border with Niger) has some of the most shocking hunger statistics in the world. Over the past decade, child malnutrition rates here have dipped only once below the World Health Organization’s emergency threshold of 15%
had is one of the world’s largest refugee host countries. In response the educational needs of the children who are out of school, EAC supports two projects in Chad; one of in partnership with UNHCR, and another in collaboration with UNICEF, where the programs supports government efforts to increase primary school completion rates.
Main Barriers to education
Rural locations
Lack of resources
Quality of service
Low skilled teachers
Teacher absenteeism
Overcrowding in classrooms (average of 64 to 1 classroom, in urban areas there are 100+ students to a single classroom)
Quality of life
Clean water is in high demand, but poor neighborhoods, called quartiers, on N'Djamena outskirts don’t benefit from the city’s utilities grid. Instead, they rely on shallow wells or, if they can afford it, water vendors. Even then, there is no guarantee that the water is clean. Last year, over 17,000 people contracted cholera in Chad, with thousands of cases in the capital alone.

access to safe water
Birth Rate
The birth rate in Chad is 6.38 births per woman

Country name 2011 2012 2013 2014

Chad 156 152 147 143

child mortality rate

Deaths Per Year
Under-5 mortality rank 3

Annual no. of under-5
deaths (thousands) 2012 82

GNI per capita (US$) 2012 740

Life expectancy at birth 50.7
(years) 2012

Total adult literacy rate 35.4
(%) 2008-2012*

Death Rate

infant mortality rate

Rank Country (DEATHS/1,000 date of information

6 Chad 88.69 2015 est

The expectancy in Chad is 50.70 years.

life expectancy

Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
Income level
Low income
GDP at market prices (current US$)
$13.92 billion 2014
Population, total
13.59 million 2014
gross domestic product

13.51 billion USD
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