Endocrine Disorders in Central Africa

Endocrine Disorders in Central Africa
According to the latest WHO data published in 2017.

  • Number of deaths: 937 (1.51%)
  • Death Rate (Deaths per 100,000 population): 20.08
  • Cause of death world rank: 9.
  • Endocrine Disorders, listed as the underlying cause of death, accounts for nearly 937 deaths in Central Africa. That’s about 1 of every 66 deaths in Central Africa.
  • About 3 people die of Endocrine Disorders each day, an average of 1 death every 10 hours.

Demographic Summary

Value World Rank
Population total 5,625,118 113
Sex ratio m / f 0.99 97
Population 0-14 40.1% 31
Population 15-64 56.5% 164
Population 65 + 3.4% 159

Endocrine Disorders


per 100,000 population LOW HIGH
Country Rate
1 Sierra Leone Sierra Leone 31.10
2 Angola Angola 28.04
3 Equ. Guinea Equ. Guinea 26.37
5 Uganda Uganda 23.39
6 Guyana Guyana 22.92
7 Ghana Ghana 21.56
8 DR Congo DR Congo 20.11
9 Central Africa Central Africa 20.08
10 Nigeria Nigeria 19.56
11 Belize Belize 18.73
12 Barbados Barbados 18.64
13 Cote d Ivoire Cote d Ivoire 18.08
14 Mozambique Mozambique 17.59
15 Togo Togo 16.39
17 Bahamas Bahamas 16.22
18 Guinea Guinea 15.76
20 Benin Benin 14.64
23 Cameroon Cameroon 13.73
24 Zambia Zambia 13.71
26 Trinidad/Tob. Trinidad/Tob. 13.50
27 Egypt Egypt 13.19
28 Bahrain Bahrain 12.99
29 Tanzania Tanzania 12.95
30 Burundi Burundi 12.59
31 Comoros Comoros 12.54
32 Djibouti Djibouti 12.22
Health Data used is WHO 2014, 2017 updates, World Bank and the United Nations for population.
We do not guarantee the accuracy of this data.