Millennium Development Goals, Mexico

MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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2. ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION
  
1. ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER 3. PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMEN 4. REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY 5. IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH 6. COMBAT HIV/AIDS, MALARIA AND OTHER DISEASES 7. ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 8. DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
 

Target 2.A. Ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling

2.4. Completion rate in primary education - Suggested by Mexico


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1990/1991 - 2015/2016
(Percentage)
State
   2015/2016   
     
Completion rate in primary education      
  Estados Unidos Mexicanos
98.3      
Aguascalientes
99.5      
Baja California
98.1      
Baja California Sur
100.9      
Campeche
97.1      
Coahuila de Zaragoza
98.0      
Colima
104.7      
Chiapas
95.2      
Chihuahua
97.1      
Ciudad de Mexico
99.0      
Durango
98.2      
Guanajuato
98.9      
Guerrero
97.0      
Hidalgo
102.9      
Jalisco
96.4      
Mexico
99.4      
Michoacan de Ocampo
94.3      
Morelos
96.5      
Nayarit
100.9      
Nuevo Leon
101.7      
Oaxaca
91.3      
Puebla
101.4      
Queretaro
104.5      
Quintana Roo
103.2      
San Luis Potosi
99.4      
Sinaloa
96.5      
Sonora
96.4      
Tabasco
97.7      
Tamaulipas
93.1      
Tlaxcala
100.8      
Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave
99.1      
Yucatan
101.9      
Zacatecas
98.7      
Source:  SEP. General Directorate of Planning and Educative Statistics.
Coahuila de Zaragoza
Municipality
   2015/2016   
Completion rate in primary education
Abasolo 81.8
Acuña 93.7
Allende 96.4
Arteaga 99.6
Candela 97.4
Castaños 104.7
Cuatro Cienegas 90.0
Escobedo 108.3
Francisco I. Madero 92.9
Frontera 96.2
General Cepeda 96.7
Guerrero 102.9
Hidalgo 86.0
Jimenez 94.8
Juarez 108.3
Lamadrid 93.3
Matamoros 100.0
Monclova 100.6
Morelos 86.2
Muzquiz 93.9
Nadadores 117.2
Nava 111.2
Ocampo 85.5
Parras 99.8
Piedras Negras 93.2
Progreso 85.7
Ramos Arizpe 110.0
Sabinas 103.4
Sacramento 100.0
Saltillo 100.5
San Buenaventura 91.9
San Juan de Sabinas 95.1
San Pedro 92.9
Sierra Mojada 83.1
Torreon 96.7
Viesca 90.9
Villa Union 91.0
Zaragoza 101.2
Source:  SEP. General Directorate of Planning and Educative Statistics.
Updating date: July 7th, 2017
Next update: June, 2018




  

ABOUT THE MDGs

THE MDGs IN MEXICO

What are they?   Monitoring the MDGs
Millennium Declaration National Reports
UN Manuals Comparative UN – Mexico indicators
Global Reports How is Mexico doing?
Reports from Latin America and the Caribbean Committee for the SDGs and responsible State Units for the MDGs
UN agencies for the MDGs Calendar of indicator updates
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