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What does "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" mean?Mortality rate attributed to unsafe water, unsafe sanitation and lack of hygiene is deaths attributable to unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene focusing on inadequate WASH services per 100,000 population. Death rates are calculated by dividing the number of deaths by the total population. In this estimate, only the impact of diarrhoeal diseases, intestinal nematode infections, and protein-energy malnutrition are taken into account.

South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene

South Africa's "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" is 13.7[Per 100,000 population].(2016's Research)

South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene(2016)
CountryMortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene
South Africa13.7[Per 100,000 population]

※Source:worldbank.org Details
The newest updated about survey by worldbank.org for 2016.
(Confirmed on March 20, 2021, 12:00 am.)
Statistical data for 2020 will be reflected immediately upon release.

Transition Chart Of South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene(2016 - current year)

So how has the current "13.7[Per 100,000 population]" Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene in South Africa changed compared to the past?

The following transition graph(line chart) shows "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" in South Africa from 2016 to 2016.

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Transition Chart Of South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene(2016 - 2016)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

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Also below is a list of "South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" from 2016 to 2016. 👆Scrollable horizontally.

A list of data on South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene(2016 to 2016) 👆Scrollable horizontally
Year2016
Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene[Per 100,000 population]13.70
year-on-year(+-)-
year-on-year(%)-

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Also, if you are looking for population growth trends rather than Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene, please refer to this page for a special feature for your consideration.
➡ Population Trends in South Africa (Past to Future Projections)

Comparison Bar Graph(Hight or Low? South Africa vs USA )

How high or low is "South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"?

Comparing Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene in South Africa, Italy and Tanzania, United Republic of

First, let's compare "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" in Italy and Tanzania, United Republic of, which have the world's closest populations to South Africa.

Comparison Bar Graph Of Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene(South Africa vs Italy vs Tanzania, United Republic of )

※Source:worldbank.org Details

A chart comparing Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene in Italy and Tanzania, United Republic of, which have similar populations to South Africa.
CountryPopulationMortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene
Italy60,421,7600.1[Per 100,000 population]
South Africa57,779,62213.7[Per 100,000 population]
Tanzania, United Republic of56,318,34838.4[Per 100,000 population]

Looking at the table above comparing Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene, we see that

In particular, the comparison reveals that although South Africaand Italy are close to the first and second in population numbers in the world, there is an overwhelming difference in "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene".

South Africa VS USA vs China vs Japan

Next, we will compare "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" in South Africa with that in USA and China and Japan.

Comparison Bar Graph Of Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene(South Africa vs USA vs China vs Japan)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

A chart comparing "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" in USA and China and Japan and South Africa.
CountryPopulationMortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene
China1,392,730,0000.6[Per 100,000 population]
United States of America326,687,5010.2[Per 100,000 population]
Japan126,529,1000.2[Per 100,000 population]
South Africa57,779,62213.7[Per 100,000 population]

From the above graph, we can see that among those countries, South Africa has the highest number of "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene".

In particular, the data is 68.5 times higher than that of United States of America, 68.5 times higher than that of Japan, and 22.8 times higher than that of China.

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Where does South Africa rank in the world in terms of the "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"?

Here is an easy-to-understand explanation, using tables and graphs, of where South Africa ranks in the world's "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene".

South Africa ranks 50th in the world in "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"

First, let's take a look at "South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" and see how high it is in the world, using the world "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" ranking chart.

The world Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene ranking chart:South Africa ranks 50th
RankCountryMortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene
[Per 100,000 population]
46Sudan17.30
47Kiribati16.70
48Papua New Guinea16.30
49Afghanistan13.90
50South Africa13.70
51Myanmar12.60
52Bangladesh11.90
53Botswana11.80
54Sao Tome and Principe11.40
55Lao People's Democratic Republic11.30

※Source:worldbank.org Details

Ranking of the world's highest "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"

In this ranking table of the world's highest "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene", South Africa ranks 50th out of 182 countries for which statistics are available, indicating that South Africa is one of the top fifty countries in the world with a relatively high level of "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene".

Below is a graph that shows the yearly changes in the World ranking of "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" and which cities or prefectures are in the top 10.

Top 10 World ranking of "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"

For more detailed ranking of the world's highest "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene", please refer to the entire list here.
➡ Ranking of the world's highest "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"

World Average vs South Africa vs Global Median

The following bar chart compares the average and median of the global ranking of "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" with South Africa.

Comparison Bar Chart Of Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene(World Average vs South Africa vs Global Median)

※Source:worldbank.org Details

Chart comparing Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene in South Africa with the world median (1) and average (12)
CountryMortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene
South Africa13.7[Per 100,000 population]
Average12[Per 100,000 population]
Median1[Per 100,000 population]

※Source:worldbank.org Details

From the table here, we can see that "South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" is 1.11 times higher than the average.

Moreover, when compared to the median of 1, we can see that South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene "13.7[Per 100,000 population]" is higher (10.54 times) than the median.

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Title"South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"
UnitPer 100,000 population
Period2016 to 2016
Lastmodified2021-03-20T10:55:04+0900
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Frequently Asked Questions about "South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"

What is the latest data on "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" in South Africa?The latest "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" in South Africa that we can find in 2021 is 13.7[Per 100,000 population]. This data is from the 2016 worldbank.org survey and is in unit of Per 100,000 population. More details.
How many times higher is "South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" than in Japan?"South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" is 68.5 times that of Japan.Show graph
What is South Africa's ranking in the world for "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene"?South Africa is ranked 50th in the world.View the world ranking table of "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene".
Which countries have a similar "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" to South Africa?Afghanistan (14[Per 100,000 population]) and Myanmar (13[Per 100,000 population]) have very similar data.
How many times is "Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene" in South Africa compared to the world average?It is 1.11 times higher than the world average.Find out more.
Is South Africa's Mortality rate due to unsafe water, sanitation, and poor hygiene higher than the world median? It is 10.54 times higher than the world median.