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World Bank Indicator OECD.TSAL.0.E0

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Annual statutory teacher salaries in public institutions in USD. Pre Primary. Starting salary Source: Education Statistics Starting salaries refer to the average scheduled gross salary per year for a full time teacher with the minimum training necessary to be fully qualified at the beginning of the teaching career. Salaries are in equivalent USD converted using PPPs for private consumption. Statutory salaries refer to scheduled salaries according to official pay scales, while actual salaries refer to the average annual salary earned by a full time teacher. The salaries reported are gross (total sum paid by the employer) less the employer’s contribution to social security and pension, according to existing salary scales. Salaries are “before tax”, i.e. before deductions for income tax. Teachers’ salaries are one component of teachers’ total compensation. Other benefits, such as regional allowances for teaching in remote areas, family allowances, reduced rates on public transport and tax allowances on the purchase of cultural materials, may also form part of teachers’ total remuneration. There are also large differences in taxation and social benefits systems in OECD countries. All this should be borne in mind when comparing statutory salaries across countries. Data after 2009 is not comparable to data for 2009 and before due to changes in methodology. For more information, consult the OECD's Education at a Glance website: http://www.oecd.org/edu/eag.htm Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development (OECD)

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World Bank Indicator 5.2.2 LAO.BAS.AID.AUS

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International aid disbursed to basic education, AusAID to Laos (USD million) Source: Global Partnership for Education International concessional aid disbursed by the reporting development partner to the basic education sector in the specific developing country. Targets indicate scheduled or projected aid. Accounted aid includes activities, projects, technical cooperation and sector and budget support (20%), as it was reported by the donor to the Global Partnership for Education. The 2011 Monitoring Exercise on Aid Effectiveness in the Education Sector was produced by the Global Partnership for Education in parallel to the OECD’s 2011 Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration. Through this exercise participating donors reported on the international aid allocated and projected to specific developing countries. Data were later validated and/or updated when preparing the GPE Results Report in 2012. Most of the figures were reported in 2011 and in USD. When it was not the case, currencies were converted to USD. Data are relative to a calendar year, unless it is specified otherwise in the country notes. For further details in this 2012 Monitoring Exercise, please refer to the following web site: http://www.globalpartnership.org/our work/areas of focus/aid effectiveness/2011 monitoring exercise on aid effectiveness 2/

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World Bank Indicator UIS.NAR.1.Q2.M

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UIS: Net attendance rate, primary, second quintile, male (%) Source: Education Statistics Total number of students in the theoretical age group for primary education attending that level, expressed as a percentage of the total population in that age group. The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) calculates household survey based education indicators using data from Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS). School participation in household surveys and censuses is commonly measured by whether pupils or students attended a given grade or level of education at least one day during the academic reference year. Therefore, indicators of school participation derived from household survey data refer to attendance, e.g. “net attendance rate” or “adjusted net attendance rate”. The comparable indicator for administrative data is "Net Enrolment Rate" because the data is based on numbers of students officially enrolled in educational institutions in the stated year. For more information, consult the UIS website: http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/ UNESCO Institute for Statistics

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World Bank Indicator SL.ISV.IFRM.FE.ZS

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Informal employment, female (% of total non agricultural employment) Source: World Development Indicators Employment in the informal economy as a percentage of total non agricultural employment. It basically includes all jobs in unregistered and/or small scale private unincorporated enterprises that produce goods or services meant for sale or barter. Self employed street vendors, taxi drivers and home base workers, regardless of size, are all considered enterprises. However, agricultural and related activities, households producing goods exclusively for their own use (e.g. subsistence farming, domestic housework, care work, and employment of paid domestic workers), and volunteer services rendered to the community are excluded. International Labour Organization, ILOSTAT database. Data retrieved in September 2018.

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World Bank Indicator NW.NCA.PASL.PC

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Natural capital per capita, agricultural land: pastureland (constant 2014 US$) Source: Wealth Accounts Natural capital includes the valuation of fossil fuel energy (oil, gas, hard and soft coal) and minerals (bauxite, copper, gold, iron ore, lead, nickel, phosphate, silver, tin, and zinc), agricultural land (cropland and pastureland), forests (timber and some nontimber forest products), and protected areas. Values are measured at market exchange rates in constant 2014 US dollars, using a country specific GDP deflator. Lange, G.M., Q. Wodon, and K. Carey, editors, The Changing Wealth of Nations 2018: Building a Sustainable Future, Washington, DC: The World Bank

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World Bank Indicator UIS.XSPENDP.1.FDPUB.FNS

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All staff compensation as % of total expenditure in primary public institutions (%) Source: Education Statistics All staff (teacher and non teachers) compensation expressed as a percentage of direct expenditure in public educational institutions (instructional and non instructional) of the specified level of education. Financial aid to students and other transfers are excluded from direct expenditure. Staff compensation includes salaries, contributions by employers for staff retirement programmes, and other allowances and benefits. Divide all staff compensation in public institutions of a given level of education (ex. primary, secondary, or all levels combined) by total expenditure (current and capital) in public institutions of the same level of education, and multiply by 100. For more information, consult the UNESCO Institute of Statistics website: http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/ UNESCO Institute for Statistics

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World Bank Indicator 8.3.8 NER.LEAR.TEST.CE2.FR.MIN

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National assessment for learning outcomes in Niger, CE2, French, minimal competency (%) Source: Global Partnership for Education Students with minimal competency in the results of the national assessment carried out in the specific grade and subject, as reported by the Local Education Group (LEG). Country specific definition and method are determined by the country. Data were collected from national and other publicly available sources, and validated by the Local Education Group (LEG) in each country. LEGs are typically led by the Ministry of Education and include development partners and other education stakeholders. Data were not processed or analyzed by the Global Partnership for Education. It is reported as it was presented in the original sources, or as it was communicated to us through the Coordinating Agency or Lead Donor of the LEG.

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World Bank Indicator 5.1.7 SLE.TOTA.AID.WB

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International aid disbursed to total education, World Bank (including the Global Partnership for Education) to Sierra Leone (USD million) Source: Global Partnership for Education International concessional aid disbursed by the reporting development partner to the total education sector in the specific developing country. Targets indicate scheduled or projected aid. Accounted aid includes activities, projects, technical cooperation and sector and budget support (20%), as it was reported by the donor to the Global Partnership for Education. The 2011 Monitoring Exercise on Aid Effectiveness in the Education Sector was produced by the Global Partnership for Education in parallel to the OECD’s 2011 Survey on Monitoring the Paris Declaration. Through this exercise participating donors reported on the international aid allocated and projected to specific developing countries. Data were later validated and/or updated when preparing the GPE Results Report in 2012. Most of the figures were reported in 2011 and in USD. When it was not the case, currencies were converted to USD. Data are relative to a calendar year, unless it is specified otherwise in the country notes. For further details in this 2012 Monitoring Exercise, please refer to the following web site: http://www.globalpartnership.org/our work/areas of focus/aid effectiveness/2011 monitoring exercise on aid effectiveness 2/

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World Bank Indicator SP.DYN.CONU.Q5.ZS

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Current use of contraception (any method) (% of married women): Q5 (highest) Source: Health Nutrition and Population Statistics by Wealth Quintile Current use of contraception: Percentage of currently married women who are using or whose partners are using any method of contraception and modern method of contraception. Modern method includes female sterilization, male sterilization, pill, IUD, injections, implants, male condom, female condom, diaphragm, foam, and jelly. Traditional method includes periodic abstinence, withdrawal, long term abstinence, folk method, and others. Household Surveys (DHS, MICS)

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World Bank Indicator NE.CON.PRVT.CD

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Households and NPISHs Final consumption expenditure (current US$) Source: World Development Indicators Household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption) is the market value of all goods and services, including durable products (such as cars, washing machines, and home computers), purchased by households. It excludes purchases of dwellings but includes imputed rent for owner occupied dwellings. It also includes payments and fees to governments to obtain permits and licenses. Here, household consumption expenditure includes the expenditures of nonprofit institutions serving households, even when reported separately by the country. Data are in current U.S. dollars. World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files.

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