Tanzania

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Last updated: September 22, 2015
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Total Population
44 million
___ out of 170 in Human Development Index ranking
148
Gross National Income (per capita)
US$510
The poorest 50% share less than __% of the country's income
%
The richest 20% share almost __% of the country's income
50%
The wealthier people tend to live in _____ areas
urban
The poorer people tend to live in _____ areas
rural
Capital city
Dar es Salaam
Kigoma: rural or urban
rural
% living in urban areas (2010)
23%
% living in rural areas (2010)`
77%
% of rural residents living in poverty
38%
% of Dar Es Salaam residents living in poverty
15%
% of GNI generated by agriculture and fishing
25%
% of population working in agriculture and fishing
80%
% of roads that are paved
12%
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% of rural residents working in agriculture
91%
% of urban residents working in agriculture
45%
% of all residents working in agriculture
70%
% of rural residents with household electricity
2%
% of urban residents with household electricity
59%
% of all residents with household electricity
6%
% of households owning a car
1.1%
% of urban households owning a car
4.8%
% of rural households owning a car
0.3%
% of population giving birth in a healthcare facility
45%
% of rural population giving birth in a healthcare facility
39%
% of urban population giving birth in a healthcare facility
81%
% of unpaved roads in rural areas
70%
% of paved roads in rural areas
30%
% of those in poverty who are women
75%
Educating women would increase Tanzania's GNI. True or false
True
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Level 74
Sep 22, 2015
Interesting quiz. Note your 4th question only displays a % sign in the answer box. Also, I think the capital moved to Dodoma a few years back.