If Qatar were your home instead of Nigeria you would...
- use 129.4 times more electricity:
The per capita consumption of electricity in Qatar is 16,327kWh while in Nigeria it is 126kWh.
- consume 81.6 times more oil:
Qatar consumes 6.4429 gallons of oil per day per capita while Nigeria consumes 0.0789
- make 50.7 times more money:
The GDP per capita in Qatar is $121,700 while in Nigeria it is $2,400
- spend 46.8 times more money on health care:
Per capita public and private health expenditures combined in Qatar are $2,759 USD while Nigeria spends $59 USD
- live 28.27 years longer:
The life expectancy at birth in Qatar is 75.51 while in Nigeria it is 47.24.
- be 96.77% less likely to have HIV/AIDS:
The number of adults living with HIV/AIDS in Qatar is 0.10% while in Nigeria it is 3.10%.
- have 89.8% more chance at being employed:
Qatar has an unemployment rate of 0.50% while Nigeria has 4.90%
- have 86.84% less chance of dying in infancy:
The number of deaths of infants under one year old in a given year per 1,000 live births in Qatar is 12.24 while in Nigeria it is 92.99.
- have 56.92% less babies:
The annual number of births per 1,000 people in Qatar is 15.54 while in Nigeria it is 36.07.