Use of improved sanitation facilities is highest in North Africa, but rates plummet quickly – just a handful of countries have more than 50% of their population using improved facilities.
Sanitation provision is under 50% for the majority of African countries, according to this dataset that compares African figures with the rest of the world.
In this dataset of 39 African countries, Malawi has the highest relative expenditure on health, taking up 12.2.% of GDP. Health spending as a percentage of GDP tends to be high in southern and eastern Africa.
Egypt received $1.5 billion in foreign aid in 2000, followed by Tanzania and Mozambique at just over $1 billion. Uganda and Zambia round out the top five.
Tanzania received $1.5 billion in 2001, followed by Egypt at $1.4 billion. Tanzania, Mozambique and Uganda round out the top five.