Iraq War by the Numbers

Costs:
Cost for Operation Iraqi Freedom: $406.2 Billion
Average monthly spending in Iraq: $9.2 billion
(Source: CRS Report for Congress — "The Cost of Iraq, Afghanistan and Other Global War on Terror Operations Since 9/11")

U.S. Troop Levels:
Current U.S. troop levels (as of 3/6/2008): 159,000
Trained Iraqi Security Forces: 425,345
(Source: Brookings Institute, Defense Department)

Casualties:
Non-Iraq civilians killed since May, 2003: 504 (Brookings Institute)
Journalists killed in Iraq, including media workers such as drivers and interpreters: 174 (Source: Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction)
U.S. troops wounded in action since March 2003: 29,275 (Source: Defense Department)
Iraqi Civilians: 81,964 — 89,448 (Source: Iraq Body Count)

Troop Deaths by Month:
March '03 -- 65
April '03 -- 74
May '03 -- 37
June '03 -- 30
July '03 -- 47
August '03 -- 36
September '03 -- 31
October '03 -- 44
November '03 -- 82
December '03 -- 40
January '04 -- 46
February '04 -- 21
March '04 -- 50
April '04 -- 135
May '04 -- 80
June '04 -- 42
July '04 -- 54
August '04 -- 65
September '04 -- 80
October '04 -- 64
November '04 -- 137
December '04 -- 72
January '05 -- 106
February '05 -- 58
March '05 -- 35
April '05 -- 52
May '05 -- 79
June '05 -- 78
July '05 -- 54
August '05 -- 85
September '05 -- 49
October '05 -- 96
November '05 -- 84
December '05 -- 68
January '06 -- 61
February '06 -- 54
March '06 -- 31
April '06 -- 76
May '06 -- 69
June '06 -- 61
July '06 -- 43
August '06 -- 65
September '06 -- 72
October '06 -- 106
November '06 -- 69
December '06 -- 113
January '07 -- 83
February '07 -- 81
March '07 -- 81
April '07 -- 104
May '07 -- 126
June '07 -- 101
July '07 -- 78
August '07 -- 84
September '07 -- 65
October '07 -- 38
November '07 -- 36
December '07 -- 23
January '08 -- 40
February '08 -- 29
March '08 -- 15
TOTAL -- 3,980
(Source: Defense Department; March 2008 numbers compiled by ABC News' Baghdad Bureau)

Oil Production:
Average daily oil production:
-- Prewar: 2.5 million barrels/day
-- March 2008: 2.3 million barrels/day, with daily exports of 1.8 billion barrels/day
(Source: Department of Defense)

-- Oil Revenue export in 2007: $41 billion
-- Oil Revenue from exports (since June of 2003): $125.3 billion
-- Attacks on Iraqi oil and gas pipelines, installations and personnel since 2003: 466
(Sources: Department of Defense, Brookings Institute)

Economy:
-- Core inflation in 2007 was 12.28 percent, compared to 31.92 percent in 2006.
-- GDP: The Iraqi economy is projected to grow 7 percent in 2008 and reach an estimated GDP of $60.9 billion.
-- GDP numbers in 2007 N/A
(Source: Department of Defense)

Unemployment and Underemployment:
-- 17.6 percent to 38.1 percent, with unemployment in some provincial levels as high as 50 percent. (Source: Defense Department)
-- The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs estimates that the number of unemployed Iraqis is now at 1.2 million, but other estimates are twice that number. (Source: Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction)
-- Estimates of Iraq's unemployment rate varies, but the Brookings Institute estimates it to be between 25 percent to 40 percent.

Health Care:
-- Nearly half of the 34,000 registered physicians have left the country in the wake of sectarian threats and violence, impeding health care delivery. (Source: Defense Department)
-- 92 of the 137 primary health care centers (PHCs) planned for construction are completed, with 50 in operation. (Source: Defense Department)
-- Another 28 completed hospitals are waiting to be open because there aren't enough medical personnel to work in them. (Source: Defense Department)
-- Numbers on hospitals and health care facilities nationwide are not available. (Source: Michael O'Hanlon, Brookings Institute)

Doctors:
-- Number of Iraqi physicians registered before the 2003 invasion: 34,000
-- Estimated number of Iraqi physicians who have left since 2003 invasion: 17,000
-- Estimated number of Iraqi physicians murdered since 2003 invasion: 2,000
-- Average salary of an Iraqi physician: 7.5 million Iraqi dinars per year (or $5,100)
-- Annual graduates from Iraqi medical schools: 2,250
(Source: Brookings Institute)

Electricity:
-- Prewar: Hours of daily electricity nationwide (estimated) 4-8
-- Feb. 26, 2008: Hours of daily electricity nationwide: 9.7
-- Prewar: Hours of daily electricity in Baghdad (estimated): 16 to 24
-- Feb. 26, 2008: Hours of daily electricity in Baghdad: 7.5
(Sources: Brookings Institute, Defense Department)

Internet Subscribers:
-- Prewar: 4,500 (estimated)
-- April 2007: 261,000
(Source: Brookings Institute)

Telephones:
-- Prewar: 833,000
-- March 13, 2007: 1,111,000
-- Prewar cell phones: 80,000
-- Jan. 30, 2008: 10,000,000
(Sources: Brookings Institute, Associated Press)

Water:
-- Prewar: 12.9 million people had potable water
-- Jan. 20, 2008: 20.4 million people have potable water
(Sources: AP, Brookings Institute)

Sewage:
-- Prewar: 6.2 million people served
-- Jan. 20, 2008: 11.3 million people served
(Source: AP)

Internal Refugees:
-- Number of internally displaced persons as of April 2007: 1,907,384
(Sources: Brookings Institute, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees)

Iraqi Refugees:
-- More than 4.6 million Iraqis have been displaced, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). (Note: Not all Iraqi refugees fled because of the current war.)
-- Iraqi refugees abroad: 2.2-2.4 million
-- Iraqi refugees in Syria: 1.4-1.5 million
-- Iraqi refugees in Jordan: 700,000-750,000
-- Iraqi refugees in Egypt, Lebanon, Iran: 175,000-200,000
-- Iraqi refugees in Gulf states: 200,000
(Sources: Brookings Institute, UNHCR)

Education:
-- Primary enrollment in 2007: 46 percent. (Sources: UNICEF, Ministry of Education)
-- Inadequate facilities across the country made it hard for students to learn, with classes interrupted by violence and displacement. Problems with electricity left many to study by hurricane lamps. Lack of air conditioning in class left many to swelter in heat.
-- Number of teachers nationwide is unknown, but a score of them are fleeing the country to escape violence. (Michael O'Hanlon, Brookings Institute)
-- Girls make up an estimated 63 percent of children not in school, with more being kept from the classroom every day because of insecurity and rising social conservatism in many areas. (UNICEF)
-- 220,000 children were displaced by the end of 2007, and lack of proper documentation prevented re-enrollment in many areas, adding to high drop-out rates of up to 5 percent for primary levels. (UNICEF, Ministry of Education)
-- At Baghdad University for the 2007-2008 school year, attendance improved to 80 percent and many teachers returned to instruct. (Sources: Brookings Institute, Washington Post)

Iraq's Children:
-- An estimated 2 million children in Iraq continue to face threats, including poor nutrition, disease and interrupted education.
-- In 2007, only 40 percent of children nationwide had reliable access to safe drinking water, and only 20 percent outside Baghdad had a working sewage service.
-- A report by the World Health Organization in March 2007 said 30 percent of Iraqi children showed classic signs of anxiety and distress, including bedwetting, poor concentration and violence.
(Source: UNICEF)