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Sudan's Air Quality

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Air quality is measured on the fine particulate matter (PM2.5) scale. PM2.5 are tiny particles in the air that are harmful to health and reduce visibility and cause the air to appear hazy when levels are elevated.

A high PM2.5 level indicates very poor air quality. A very low PM2.5 level denotes clean air.

Sudan has an air quality value of 21.4PM2.5, placing it 69th of 124 in the global listing of countries with worst air quality.

Sudan's data is highlighted in the table below, use the filter and sort order options to allow easy comparison with other countries.

Data source: World Health Organization, Geneva


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Kuwait 64.1
Egypt 63.2
Afghanistan 62.5
Qatar 59.0
Saudi Arabia 57.2
Cameroon 56.4
Nigeria 55.6
Tajikistan 53.7
Bahrain 51.8
India 50.2
Niger 50.2
Pakistan 50.1
Bangladesh 46.0
Ghana 46.0
Mauritania 42.0
United Arab Emirates 41.8
Yemen, Rep. 41.6
Mongolia 41.3
Chad 41.2
Uzbekistan 41.0
Burkina Faso 40.7
Cote d'Ivoire 40.4
Sierra Leone 39.4
Gambia 39.1
Mali 38.6
Senegal 38.2
China 38.2
Guinea 37.6
Kyrgyzstan 37.6
Nepal 36.4
Liberia 35.8
Rwanda 35.7
Trinidad and Tobago 35.7
Oman 34.9
Guinea-Bissau 34.9
Armenia 34.1
Congo, Dem. Rep 31.6
Benin 31.5
Uganda 31.3
Cabo Verde 31.1
Libya 29.8
Congo, Rep. 29.5
Peru 29.1
Burundi 28.0
Angola 27.2
Central African Republic 27.2
Myanmar 27.2
Turkey 26.5
Kazakhstan 26.5
Turkmenistan 26.4
Gabon 26.3
Bosnia and Herzegovina 26.2
Bhutan 26.1
Jordan 25.9
Togo 25.2
Bolivia 25.2
Azerbaijan 24.6
Thailand 24.6
Lebanon 24.2
Korea, Rep. 24.0
Sri Lanka 23.9
Taiwan 23.3
Algeria 22.7
Philippines 22.5
El Salvador 22.2
Ethiopia 21.8
Serbia 21.7
Malaysia 21.5
Sudan 21.4
Laos 21.2
Vietnam 20.9
Guatemala 20.8
Chile 20.5
South Africa 19.8
Israel 19.5
Indonesia 19.3
Georgia 19.1
Honduras 18.9
Poland 18.8
Malawi 18.6
Cambodia 17.8
Mexico 17.8
Lesotho 17.6
Bulgaria 17.3
Zambia 16.9
Ecuador 16.6
Mozambique 16.5
Albania 16.3
Madagascar 16.0
Nicaragua 16.0
Slovak Republic 15.9
Belarus 15.5
Tanzania 15.4
Croatia 15.3
Eswatini 15.1
Jamaica 14.8
Costa Rica 14.7
Greece 14.6
Cyprus 14.5
Comoros 14.4
Czech Republic 14.3
Hungary 14.2
Italy 14.2
Slovenia 14.1
Colombia 14.0
Ukraine 13.5
Morocco 13.4
Singapore 13.3
Romania 13.3
Zimbabwe 13.1
Malta 12.9
Botswana 12.8
Kenya 12.5
Moldova 12.4
Paraguay 12.3
Suriname 12.2
Latvia 12.0
Argentina 12.0
Namibia 11.8
Panama 11.8
Austria 11.5
Belgium 11.3
Guyana 11.1
Brazil 10.9
Japan 10.8
Germany 10.7
Netherlands 10.7
France 10.5
Mauritius 10.5
Lithuania 10.4
Tunisia 10.3
Haiti 9.7
Denmark 9.7
United Kingdom 9.5
Spain 9.3
Switzerland 9.0
Luxembourg 8.9
Russia 8.9
Australia 8.9
Papua New Guinea 8.9
New Zealand 8.6
Uruguay 8.5
Ireland 8.2
Dominican Republic 7.6
Portugal 7.3
United States 7.2
Brunei Darussalam 6.9
Canada 6.4
Estonia 6.4
Norway 6.3
Sweden 6.0
Iceland 5.8
Finland 5.5
Bahamas, The 5.2


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