This page has a list of countries by Completeness of birth registration (%), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Completeness of birth registration is the percentage of children under age 5 whose births were registered at the time of the survey. The numerator of completeness of birth registration includes children whose birth certificate was seen by the interviewer or whose mother or caretaker says the birth has been registered.

  • Afghanistan
    42.3 %
  • Angola
    25 %
  • Albania
    98.4 %
  • Andorra
    100 %
  • Armenia
    99.3 %
  • Australia
    100 %
  • Austria
    100 %
  • Burundi
    83.5 %
  • Belgium
    100 %
  • Benin
    85.6 %
  • Belize
    96 %
  • Bolivia
    92 %
  • Brazil
    96 %
  • Botswana
    88 %
  • Canada
    100 %
  • Switzerland
    100 %
  • Colombia
    96.8 %
  • Cyprus
    100 %
  • Czech Republic
    100 %
  • Germany
    100 %
  • Denmark
    100 %
  • Ecuador
    82 %
  • Euro area
    100 %
  • Spain
    100 %
  • Estonia
    100 %
  • Ethiopia
    2.7 %
  • European Union
    100 %
  • Finland
    100 %
  • France
    100 %
  • United Kingdom
    100 %
  • Georgia
    100 %
  • Guinea
    62 %
  • Greece
    100 %
  • Guatemala
    96 %
  • Haiti
    84.8 %
  • Hungary
    100 %
  • Indonesia
    72 %
  • India
    79.7 %
  • Ireland
    100 %
  • Iraq
    99 %
  • Iceland
    100 %
  • Israel
    100 %
  • Italy
    100 %
  • Jamaica
    98 %
  • Jordan
    98 %
  • Japan
    100 %
  • Kazakhstan
    100 %
  • Liechtenstein
    100 %
  • Lesotho
    43.3 %
  • Lithuania
    100 %
  • Luxembourg
    100 %
  • Latvia
    100 %
  • Morocco
    96 %
  • Monaco
    100 %
  • Maldives
    98.8 %
  • Mexico
    95 %
  • Marshall Islands
    84 %
  • Mali
    86.7 %
  • Malta
    100 %
  • Myanmar
    81.3 %
  • Mozambique
    55 %
  • Mauritania
    66 %
  • Malawi
    67.2 %
  • Namibia
    78 %
  • Nigeria
    47 %
  • Netherlands
    100 %
  • Norway
    100 %
  • Nepal
    56.2 %
  • New Zealand
    100 %
  • Pakistan
    42.2 %
  • Peru
    98 %
  • Philippines
    91.8 %
  • Poland
    100 %
  • Portugal
    100 %
  • Paraguay
    69 %
  • West Bank and Gaza
    96 %
  • Rwanda
    56 %
  • South Asia
    66.65 %
  • Senegal
    77.4 %
  • Solomon Islands
    88 %
  • Sierra Leone
    81 %
  • San Marino
    100 %
  • Slovenia
    100 %
  • Sweden
    100 %
  • Chad
    12 %
  • Thailand
    100 %
  • Tajikistan
    95.8 %
  • Turkmenistan
    100 %
  • Tanzania
    26.4 %
  • Uganda
    32.2 %
  • United States
    100 %
  • World
    70.01 %
  • South Africa
    89 %
  • Zimbabwe
    38 %
  • Qatar
    100 %