Condom use, population ages 15-24, male (% of males ages 15-24) - Country Ranking

Definition: Condom use, male is the percentage of the male population ages 15-24 who used a condom at last intercourse in the last 12 months.

Source: Demographic and Health Surveys, and UNAIDS.

See also: Thematic map, Time series comparison

Find indicator:
Rank Country Value Year
1 Namibia 79.20 2013
2 Guyana 77.00 2014
3 Jamaica 74.00 2004
4 Gabon 73.70 2012
4 St. Kitts and Nevis 73.70 2007
6 Armenia 73.60 2010
7 São Tomé and Principe 71.50 2014
8 Grenada 68.50 2005
9 Eswatini 66.00 2007
10 Zimbabwe 64.60 2014
11 Ukraine 64.30 2007
12 Cameroon 64.10 2011
13 Kyrgyz Republic 63.80 2012
14 Guinea-Bissau 62.40 2014
15 Haiti 60.70 2012
16 Lesotho 59.90 2009
17 Burkina Faso 57.70 2010
17 Dominican Republic 57.70 2013
19 South Africa 57.10 2002
20 Senegal 56.60 2011
21 Kenya 56.20 2009
22 Côte d'Ivoire 55.10 2012
23 Moldova 54.50 2005
24 Togo 54.00 2014
24 Comoros 54.00 2012
26 The Gambia 51.60 2013
27 Congo 51.10 2012
28 Brazil 50.80 1996
29 Kazakhstan 50.40 1999
30 Honduras 50.30 2012
31 Albania 49.80 2009
32 Tanzania 46.00 2012
33 Guinea 45.60 2012
34 Nigeria 44.70 2013
34 Uganda 44.70 2011
36 Zambia 42.10 2014
37 Ghana 40.10 2008
38 Liberia 39.30 2013
39 Rwanda 37.20 2010
40 Malawi 37.00 2010
41 Nepal 36.00 2011
42 Eritrea 35.90 1995
43 Benin 35.60 2014
44 Bolivia 35.20 2008
45 Mozambique 33.30 2011
46 Mali 27.00 2013
47 Cambodia 26.40 2010
48 Ethiopia 25.10 2011
49 Azerbaijan 24.60 2006
50 Dem. Rep. Congo 24.30 2014
51 Chad 18.40 2004
52 Uzbekistan 18.00 2002
53 Niger 16.50 2012
54 Vietnam 16.40 2005
55 Sierra Leone 15.40 2013
56 India 14.60 2006
57 Philippines 13.50 2003
58 Burundi 13.10 2010
59 Timor-Leste 8.30 2010
60 Madagascar 7.50 2009

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Aggregation method: Weighted average

Periodicity: Annual