Infant Mortality of Central African Countries (1960-2017)

Updated on August 16, 2019.
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Angola Cameroon Central African Republic Chad Democratic Republic of the Congo Equatorial Guinea Gabon Republic of the Congo Sao Tome and Principe
Infant Mortality of Central African Countries (1960-2017)

Sao Tome and Principe generally had the lowest Infant Mortality compared to the other countries in Central Africa: it was 25.2 in 2017. Republic of the Congo and Gabon also generally had lower infant mortality: it was 34.7 and 35.1 respectively in 2017. The country that had the greatest improvement was Angola, it went from having the worst infant mortality among Central African countries between 1982-2002 to having the 4th best infant mortality among Central African countries. Finally, Central African Republic had the worst infant mortality between 2004 and 2017: it was 87.6 in 2017.