Yemen Education Spending 2000-2024

General government expenditure on education (current, capital, and transfers) is expressed as a percentage of total general government expenditure on all sectors (including health, education, social services, etc.). It includes expenditure funded by transfers from international sources to government. General government usually refers to local, regional and central governments.
  • Yemen education spending for 2012 was 15.09%, a 1.81% decline from 2011.
  • Yemen education spending for 2011 was 16.90%, a 2.35% increase from 2010.
  • Yemen education spending for 2010 was 14.54%, a 2.05% increase from 2008.
  • Yemen education spending for 2008 was 12.49%, a 17.83% decline from 2001.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Education Spending (% of GDP)
Ethiopia 30.54%
Zimbabwe 29.75%
Benin 25.02%
Mali 22.40%
Senegal 20.80%
Madagascar 20.33%
Mozambique 19.77%
Niger 19.19%
Comoros 18.49%
Nepal 18.30%
Togo 17.68%
Tanzania 16.88%
Burundi 16.43%
Tajikistan 16.37%
Burkina Faso 15.90%
Rwanda 15.82%
Yemen 15.09%
Afghanistan 14.62%
Guinea-Bissau 14.54%
Sierra Leone 14.13%
Gambia 13.80%
Malawi 13.64%
Uganda 11.45%
Central African Republic 10.62%
Guinea 9.46%
Chad 9.21%
South Sudan 6.92%
Liberia 5.18%
Yemen Education Spending - Historical Data
Year Education Spending (% of GDP) Annual Change
2012 15.09% -1.81%
2011 16.90% 2.35%
2010 14.54% 2.05%
2008 12.49% -17.83%
2001 30.32% -0.17%
2000 30.49% -0.17%