One out of 100 children in Kazakhstan does not reach age of five, 16% of 15-year-olds will not reach age of 60 - WB
Astana. September 17. KazTAG - One out of 100 children in Kazakhstan does not reach the age of five, 16% of 15-year-olds will not reach age of 60, reports the World Bank.
"99 out of 100 children born in Kazakhstan survive to age 5," reads the report.
In Kazakhstan, a child who starts school at age 4 can expect to complete 13.7 years of school by the 18th birthday.
Students in Kazakhstan score 416 on a scale where 625 represents advanced attainment and 300 represents minimum attainment.
Factoring in what children actually learn, expected years of school is only 9.1 years.
Across Kazakhstan, 84 percent of 15-year olds will survive until age 60. This statistic is a proxy for the range of health risks that a child born today would experience as an adult under current conditions.
92 out of 100 children are not stunted. 8 out of 100 children are stunted, and so are at risk of cognitive and physical limitations that can last a lifetime.
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