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2010 Census Summary and Mother Tongue Data

2010 Census Summary and Mother Tongue Data

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Highlights of the 2010 Census Main Results in Timor-Leste

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Introduction
A census is the complete count 01 a country's population conducted wilh the objective characteristics of provid ing information of a nation. Timor-Leste on the has size, distribution, composition and other demographic, social and economic conducted two censuses in 2004 and 2010 since its independence. census findings. The complete results are presen ed in the census rectorate or at \'IWW.dne.mof.gov.tI This brochure provides main reports available some highlights of the 201 0 at the National Statistics Di-

Labour Force

Key highlights
Population VN'
2010 2004

The labour

force participation

rates have decreased

in urban

and rural areas,

among

men and women.

size and distribution
Population by urban/rural areas and age group In 2004 and 2010

Total population
1,066,409 923,198

Urban population
316,086 (29.6 %) 239,108 (25.9 %)

Rul'lll population
750,323 (70.4 %) 692,090 (74.1 %) population

Foreign citizens
10,987 (1.0%) 11,345 (1.2%) growth

Age

Age

(1.14
41.4 % 43.2 %

15-64
53.9% 53.3%

Age 85+
4.7% 3.5%

g,owth, ...
2.4%

Amual

Household
3.2%

Amenities

Young and demanding population: The overall the population young, with lots 01 demands, Rapid urbanlzatlon: In 2010, 29.6%

rate of 2.41 per cent per annum

is high and makes

01 the population

lived in urban areas,

18% of them in Dili Ci y, compared

025.9% 2010

and 11 % who lived in urban

areas

and Dili in 2004, by District

respectively. to the total In 2004 and 2010

Population

and Its share

2010
Tlmor-Leste 1,066,409 234,026 117,064 111,694 92,049 70,036 64,025 63,403 59,787 59,455 59,175 48,628 44,325 42,742 % 21.9 11 10.5 8.6 6.6 6 5.9 5.9 5.6 5.5 4.6 4..2 4

2004
923,198 175,730 103,322 100,748 83,579 65,449 57,616 54,973 56,293 53,063 52,480 45,081 37,967 36,897 % 19 11.2 10.9 9.1 7.1 6.2 6 5.7 6.1 5.7 4.9 4.1 4 About four in every ten households This possesses a health challenge Percentage ill Timor-Leste have access 10 improved mode 01 human waste as most households only have access to the un-healthy modes of households who had the following amenities In 2010 disposal.

0111
Enmera Baucau Bobonaro Vlquequo Oecussl Uqul~a Lautem Covallma Alnaro Manufahl Alleu Manatuto

_p'opulatlon
Urban Rural Total

grouP,

ElectricitY.
87.7 18.9 36.7

:IV_
62.5 10.9 24.2

Radio
44.5 28.5 32.6

Phone
86.3 43.2 54.3

FiliIGi:
31.4 3.2 10.5

Car
14.8 2.1 5.4

MotOrCYcle
34.1 7.4 14.3

Other notable findings
Agriculture being and Livestock Rearing: production The Timorese are mainly agricultural people, with 63 per cent of the households engaged in agriculture and 80 per ce t rearing any kind 01 livestock. as their main cooking fuel. Only 4.6 per cent facts pose a major threat to the environment

Education
Gross and Net School enrollment rates In 2010

A threat to the Envlronmont: Nine in every ten households usc firewood use clean energy for their cooking needs. In terms of sustainabllity, these and to future generations.

Education level Primary school Pra-HCOndary Secondary achool school

Total Gross
104.6 74.3 61.1

Urban Gross
106.4 115.2 112.9

Rural Gross
104.1 60.5 53.4

Male

Female

Some definitions
Gross school enrollment rate: The total number of people, regardless age group of their age, registered of that education as students a a certain school, education level, divided by the total population of the official lor example). This rate can be higher than 100 per cen Not school enrollmont rate: pre-secondary aged children school. Literacy: Labour tence A literate forcc farmers) person is someone who can speak, read and write. (15-64) people who are employed (excluding subsislevel (6-14 for primary

Net
70.6 23.0 16.0

Net
80.2 40.4 30.0

Net
67.4 17.1 9.1

Gross Net
105.7 72.8 63.9 69.9 21.2 14.2

Gross Net
103.5 74.5 58.1 71.3 25.0 17.9

The proportion of primary school-aged children (6-14) who are attending primary school, at pre-secondary school and secondary school-aged children atlending secondary

participation or looking ratc:

rate: The percentage for a job. of working-age

of working.age

Employment economy).

The percentage

people

who are employed

(including

the subsistence

sector

01 the

203 Table 12 Population distribution by motber tongue and age group

Total "Ii rum Pl11S3 "Ii rum Terik dabe auran B 'ken Be a Bunak 0300 'a Galoli Habun I' aka I' rc

1,05 .9 I

152 &48 5 ,03 .90 30

152,733 5 ,32 9 21 14

134811
31 ,4 9 I .) 0 43 ,230 30 5 1 34

114,J04 9 6. 6 16 5 341 5,

91,99
43,9 4,3 9 11 10 4.60

311 ,423 ,14 16 13
.)

50.939 0.002 .13 12 3 212

6.,501 I ,9 1 3. 00 9 0 3. _04 2. 69 _.119

4 .604 38,195
.1 5 10 2.9 3 I5 .65 13 5 2 133 II 112 12 42 23 2 20 201

29,628 ,06 1,9 6 2 1, 30 119 1,90 I 1.01

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3 ,142 ,9 2. 6 10

23,026 3 I,

12,66 2.-4

14 85 2,496 I. 7 2 4 2

2

904

14 6 . 01 10,4 4

.;
I. 9 2.6 3 194 2. 99 1.0 0 6

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1,354

2
3 4 64 1,091 4 6_ 24

22 ,939 242 1, 1.009

.;
1,404 3 91 353

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432 5,4 3 1, . 41 59 03 3 5 6. 9 9 2 ,010 3 3

90
170 I 20

60 122 15 22 244


110 6 -6

320 69 13 490

209

37 32 1,944 103 64 3 2 5, 334 125 60 96 99 4. 55

101

21

lsrIi
Kairui

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41 313

6 33

Kawaimina
mak Lak ei

2.94 0 42 435

3~_ ]]9 61 60

.10

1, 1 43

1.52 6 19'

2.6

1,

1,04 6

1,1

.250 .130 . 02

3
54 56 232

Lolcin
Maka em

414

315

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Table 12: Population distribution
ootioued)

by mother tongue and age group

A

c
40-44 (11)
60-64

Total (2) aani 1ak 1a 1idiki .-lInad: ai
'11

0-4 () 69 13,9 3 10 17. 95 I.

-9 4 61 14,464 4 I .509 1.3 6 6 I, 1.13 3 2.156 6 13,65 6 91 0 1.315 15 211 4, 1 4.-1 I. 3 15 440 10,1 3 4 13.031 0.1
(j

35 - 39 10) 24 6. 4 5
, I)

15) 0 4, 3 160 3, 19 4.61 3 39 16 399 .913 .24 33 I 21 24 0 54 201 4. 22 5 6. 39 536 10 21 14 55 55 . 95 4 6 0 53 50 1.0' 569 13 39 13 I 16 13 5 3 3 15 15 9 3 6 316 5 0 35 50 31 10 16 10 9 5 0 36 13 3,606 5 3.596 I. 59 15 1.900 190 5 63 1 5 2,03 2, 10 9

4, 6 101,54

_4_ 5,0 5

I ,3

25 5.514 2 6.959

2J
4,602 6, 39

1ambai

549 0 6

3 12 I

52 15 914 4 II 10 I

3

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_97 15,041,0 2,210 1,69 3 ,4 ,46 9 2. 3 100 9 153 1

24 03 101 125 13 3 .245 34 33 I 42, 1,04

2. 65 30 11 .0 5 2. 09 9 16 3

623

Rah suk
Raklungu

R Tokodcd Waima'a Pon:ugu lndonesi n English 1ala. Chines Oth r

.364
2.690 59 191

0

44 9 4 44 121 13

.9 5 .03

1, 54 0 303 2

1,490 96 0

1.36 56 5 113 9

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531 2 5 32

2.495 5 91 13

14 4 5 I

11

13 6

9 6 19

35 4993

5 3

5 13

5 22

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re Census 2010

20S Table 13: Population distribution
10th r
tongu

by mother tongue,

rban Rural

nd District

Timor Lcstc 2)

Urban
(3)

Rural
4) ';6,0 5) 5 ,4 I ,4 43.664 21.55 6 ) 110,160 19 21 13

Bobonaro

Co
9) ( 0) 5

Ermcra
1)
,I)

(14)

,an,rut u'"1
() I 14 41. 09 3. 9 .0 1 10 5 6 3 3 63.51

V;

que
I 69,4 6 12 ,63 3

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91,1 3,0

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3, 13,6 1)0 1:6 4 4 06
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59,

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15,5

Tecum Pras Tecum Tcrik
Adabc A auran Balk nu 8 k is Bunak 6 .201 I 5,610 24 I 5.2 . 41 59 03 .9 3 390 21 3I 21 33 3, 3 50.21 3,121 9.264

4.6 9 .16
(i

56, 2 39 22 3 09 0

,0
14

10 2 42 4,4 4 10 33 3 46 32 100 4 5 2 1, I 14 2 5 9 3, 33
],106

4 1 2 . 03

44

16

I 903 60 I. 00 30 I. 09 I. 9 12.953 4 56

0

10 21

1)0 36,

Dad! • G H 'JIl ldalak
Idatc lsni K irui

4 41

9

14

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46

46 241 I 151 I 2 I 2 4
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35

4
6

21 2 2

24 I

19 1

2 31 2 2

0

3,64

imor-Le te Census 2010

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206 Table 13: Population distribution _Continued)
loth r

b, mother tongue

rban Rural and District

tongue

roan
.3)

Rural
4) 4

Ainaro
(6 (

Bobonaro ()

Dili 10) 2

w imina 'cmak Laka ci Lo cin Makal co
'ani ~fab Maku Iambai ~fidiki _ an k 29 15,041,0 2, 1,69 0 4, 6

2,767

36 I 564 2

.3 ,9 _

,121

25

,669

94 .3, 9 4 , '00 4,

2 9 10 .3 9 2 ,49' 6 4

0 0 2,4'6 9 5,6 23 1,062 5 310 2 3 3, 10 5 130

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6
10 ,9 6 3 9, 1

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60 1.3,006 44 ,94 99 -09 44 2, 1,60 2,161 6 16 694 2 1 5 I, 6 ,49 1 35, 00 5

14 4 I .0 5 155

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4 15,_ . .3 52 2 3 3

0 3,0 9

_ aueri Rah Rak ungu
Rcsuk

4 14 3

4

9 4

5

13,6

6

T .odcdc
\.... ima'a Portuguese lndonc ian Eng ish f ay Chin O:bCT

00 -2 4 4 49 21 600 4 9

3 ,9 30 0 9

9

50 26 20 34 5

10 12 1.35 0

19

3

64 9 9

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5 50 _0 36 22 9 36

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