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The proportion of women aged 20 to 24 who gave her first live birth before the age of 18

The proportion of women aged 20 to 24 who gave her first live birth before the age of 18 (out of 1,000)
(numerator: number of women aged 20-24 who had her first give birth before the age of 18; denominator: total number of women aged 20-24).

Province Rounding
Aceh 13.8 14
Sumatera Utara 16.5 17
Sumatera Barat 19.7 20
Riau 35.0 35
Jambi 70.5 71
Sumatera Selatan 58.7 59
Bengkulu 74.8 75
Lampung 27.9 28
Kepulauan Bangka Belitung 65.9 66
Kepulauan Riau 20.9 21
Dki Jakarta 22.1 22
Jawa Barat 32.6 33
Jawa Tengah 32.2 32
Di Yogyakarta 16.0 16
Jawa Timur 31.8 32
Banten 22.4 22
Bali 49.0 49
Nusa Tenggara Barat 56.3 56
Nusa Tenggara Timur 44.7 45
Kalimantan Barat 73.8 74
Kalimantan Tengah 78.7 79
Kalimantan Selatan 59.1 59
Kalimantan Timur 64.8 65
Kalimantan Utara 85.1 85
Sulawesi Utara 56.1 56
Sulawesi Tengah 74.6 75
Sulawesi Selatan 55.9 56
Sulawesi Tenggara 70.1 70
Gorontalo 73.1 73
Sulawesi Barat 77.2 77
Maluku 23.0 23
Maluku Utara 64.0 64
Papua Barat 70.8 71
Papua 57.7 58
National 37.1 37

this data is calculated internally by UNICEF based on 2016 Susenas data set.

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Secondary School Enrolment for Girls

Data on secondary school enrolment for girls. This rate has included data for junior and senior secondary school, and inclusive to all types of school – SMA, SMK, Aliyah, SMP, MTS, SMPLB, and SMALB.

 

Province Precentage
Aceh 81.1%
Sumatera Utara 78.1%
Sumatera Barat 81.3%
Riau 76.1%
Jambi 75.7%
Sumatera Selatan 73.2%
Bengkulu 77.4%
Lampung 77.6%
Kepulauan Bangka Belitung 68.5%
Kepulauan Riau 78.9%
DKI Jakarta 66.5%
Jawa Barat 69.6%
Jawa Tengah 72.5%
DI Yogyakarta 73.9%
Jawa Timur 72.4%
Banten 71.6%
Bali 75.3%
Nusa Tenggara Barat 74.0%
Nusa Tenggara Timur 75.4%
Kalimantan Barat 68.5%
Kalimantan Tengah 70.9%
Kalimantan Selatan 72.5%
Kalimantan Timur 79.8%
Kalimantan Utara 75.4%
Sulawesi Utara 77.2%
Sulawesi Tengah 72.4%
Sulawesi Selatan 72.0%
Sulawesi Tenggara 74.8%
Gorontalo 75.6%
Sulawesi Barat 71.3%
Maluku 75.3%
Maluku Utara 74.7%
Papua Barat 74.5%
Papua 55.3%
National 72.8%

this data calculated internally by UNICEF based on Susenas 2016 data set.