Top Countries by Female and Male Children’s Out of School

Children are not studying or discontinue their education in primary education for many reasons such as Poverty, Child labor or religion rule. Pakistan, Ethiopia and Niger tops in both Male and Female Children’s Out of School positions. Muslim countries are not trust educations for Female’s and not interesting educate even male’s education, and education for females limited in some Muslim countries. Many undeveloped countries changing and improving their education style to develop their countries. The following list shows both female and male children’s statistics with 30 countries.

Source: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/mar/08/pakistan-faces-education-emergency

Male Children’s Out of School

Country Name Year 2011 (total Children’s)
Pakistan 2,090,372
Ethiopia 653,218
Burkina Faso 491,631
Niger 420,761
Mali 375,323
Yemen, Rep. 351,746
Ghana 296,442
Uganda 268,899
Senegal 237,068
Colombia 219,615
Eritrea 203,925
Liberia 192,128
Mozambique 188,105
Venezuela, RB 93,740
Guinea 88,604
Central African Republic 73,938
Mauritania 72,087
Ukraine 67,700
Mexico 62,823
Uzbekistan 62,139
Saudi Arabia 54,158
Peru 52,279
Lesotho 50,911
Zambia 50,573
Gambia, The 45,877
Dominican Republic 42,025
Puerto Rico 31,595
Azerbaijan 31,263
Algeria 25,723
Djibouti 23,458

Female Children’s Out of School

Country name Year 2011 (total Children’s)
Pakistan 3,345,462
Ethiopia 1,049,467
Yemen, Rep. 597,188
Niger 557,962
Burkina Faso 530,731
Mali 474,328
Mozambique 293,984
Ghana 267,484
Eritrea 218,223
Colombia 215,491
Liberia 193,598
Senegal 186,144
Uganda 170,244
Guinea 170,207
Central African Republic 140,412
Uzbekistan 86,348
Venezuela, RB 82,516
Mauritania 58,914
Ukraine 55,840
Saudi Arabia 54,031
Dominican Republic 53,977
Peru 47,329
Algeria 45,707
Lesotho 45,135
Gambia, The 40,540
Azerbaijan 33,050
Congo, Rep. 30,015
Cambodia 28,902
Djibouti 26,068
West Bank and Gaza 22,837