Peptic Ulcer Disease in Central Africa

Peptic Ulcer Disease in Central Africa
According to the latest WHO data published in 2017.

  • Number of deaths: 375 (0.60%)
  • Death Rate (Deaths per 100,000 population): 12.73
  • Cause of death world rank: 2.
  • Peptic Ulcer Disease, listed as the underlying cause of death, accounts for nearly 375 deaths in Central Africa. That’s about 1 of every 167 deaths in Central Africa.
  • About 2 people die of Peptic Ulcer Disease each day, an average of 1 death every 24 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

Peptic Ulcer Disease


per 100,000 population LOW HIGH
Country Rate
1 Sierra Leone Sierra Leone 13.17
2 Central Africa Central Africa 12.73
3 Burundi Burundi 11.38
4 Somalia Somalia 11.24
5 Eritrea Eritrea 11.11
6 Cote d Ivoire Cote d Ivoire 10.81
7 Burkina Faso Burkina Faso 10.44
8 Philippines Philippines 10.36
9 Haiti Haiti 10.26
10 South Sudan South Sudan 10.20
11 Chad Chad 10.18
12 Mongolia Mongolia 9.70
13 Angola Angola 9.59
14 Indonesia Indonesia 9.56
15 New Guinea New Guinea 9.47
16 Niger Niger 9.19
17 Benin Benin 8.83
19 Pakistan Pakistan 8.56
20 Mali Mali 8.40
21 Nepal Nepal 8.35
22 Guinea Guinea 8.33
23 Malawi Malawi 8.31
24 Comoros Comoros 8.26
25 Togo Togo 7.97
26 DR Congo DR Congo 7.93
27 Ethiopia Ethiopia 7.91
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.