Morocco - Completeness of birth registration, rural (%)

Completeness of birth registration, rural (%) in Morocco was at 91.3 % in 2011, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



 morocco completeness of birth registration rural percent wb data




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Completeness of birth registration is the percentage of children under age 5 whose births were registered at the time of the survey. The numerator of completeness of birth registration includes children whose birth certificate was seen by the interviewer or whose mother or caretaker says the birth has been registered.


Morocco | Health

Female population 00-04
1678000 Persons
Male population 00-04
1771000 Persons
Female population 05-09
1535000 Persons
Male population 05-09
1615000 Persons
Female population 10-14
1394000 Persons
Male population 10-14
1467000 Persons
Female population 15-19
1423000 Persons
Male population 15-19
1497000 Persons
Female population 20-24
1513000 Persons
Male population 20-24
1569000 Persons
Female population 25-29
1495000 Persons
Male population 25-29
1482000 Persons
Female population 30-34
1481000 Persons
Male population 30-34
1376000 Persons
Female population 35-39
1306000 Persons
Male population 35-39
1156000 Persons
Female population 40-44
1151000 Persons
Male population 40-44
979000 Persons
Female population 45-49
1039000 Persons
Male population 45-49
911000 Persons
Female population 50-54
947000 Persons
Male population 50-54
923000 Persons
Female population 55-59
827000 Persons
Male population 55-59
815000 Persons
Female population 60-64
639000 Persons
Male population 60-64
630000 Persons
Female population 65-69
385000 Persons
Male population 65-69
389000 Persons
Female population 70-74
308000 Persons
Male population 70-74
275000 Persons
Female population 75-79
242000 Persons
Male population 75-79
194000 Persons
Male population 80+
170000 Persons