This page has a list of countries by Trained teachers in lower secondary education, female (% of female teachers), according to officially-recognized international sources compiled by the World Bank. Trained teachers in lower secondary education are the percentage of lower secondary school teachers who have received the minimum organized teacher training (pre-service or in-service) required for teaching in a given country.

  • United Arab Emirates
    100 %
  • Azerbaijan
    99.84 %
  • Burundi
    58.33 %
  • Burkina Faso
    60.7 %
  • Bangladesh
    58.02 %
  • Bahrain
    100 %
  • Belarus
    98.72 %
  • Belize
    29.3 %
  • Bermuda
    100 %
  • Barbados
    53.01 %
  • Bhutan
    100 %
  • Cameroon
    60.05 %
  • Colombia
    97.82 %
  • Cape Verde
    97.25 %
  • Costa Rica
    97.02 %
  • Cuba
    100 %
  • Cayman Islands
    100 %
  • Djibouti
    100 %
  • Dominica
    50.99 %
  • Dominican Republic
    88.07 %
  • Ecuador
    79.1 %
  • Ghana
    81.66 %
  • Gibraltar
    100 %
  • Equatorial Guinea
    11.06 %
  • Grenada
    46.13 %
  • India
    75.91 %
  • Jordan
    100 %
  • Cambodia
    100 %
  • Liberia
    61.62 %
  • Sri Lanka
    82.05 %
  • Moldova
    100 %
  • Madagascar
    26.61 %
  • Maldives
    91.2 %
  • Mali
    63.89 %
  • Myanmar
    89.59 %
  • Mauritania
    84.53 %
  • Niger
    66.26 %
  • Nepal
    81.2 %
  • Oman
    100 %
  • Pakistan
    51.75 %
  • Panama
    94.16 %
  • Palau
    65 %
  • Puerto Rico
    84.01 %
  • Palestine
    100 %
  • South Asia
    71.94 %
  • Solomon Islands
    88.14 %
  • Sierra Leone
    81.71 %
  • El Salvador
    94.64 %
  • Sao Tome and Principe
    18.06 %
  • Suriname
    89.81 %
  • Thailand
    100 %
  • Uzbekistan
    99.17 %
  • Vietnam
    99.56 %
  • Vanuatu
    21.97 %