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2016 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET


WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON HUMAN NEEDS
AND SUSTAINABLE RESOURCES

18%

526

7.4

billion

The percentage of energy


consumed globally from
renewable sources,
including hydro power.

Average global population


per square kilometer of
arable land 239 in more
developed countries, 697
in less developed.

The world population


in 2016.

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Most Populous Countries


COUNTRY, 2016

POPULATION
(MILLIONS)

COUNTRY, 2050

POPULATION
(MILLIONS)

China

1,378

India

1,708

India

1,329

China

1,344

United States

324

United States

398

Indonesia

259

Nigeria

398

Brazil

206

Indonesia

360

Pakistan

203

Pakistan

344

Nigeria

187

Brazil

226

Bangladesh

163

Congo, Dem. Rep.

214

Russia

144

Bangladesh

202

Mexico

129

Egypt

169

Highest and Lowest Total Fertility Rates, 2016


HIGHEST

LOWEST

Niger

7.6

Korea, South

1.2

South Sudan

6.7

Romania

1.2
1.2

Congo, Dem. Rep.

6.5

Singapore

Chad

6.4

Taiwan

1.2

Somalia

6.4

Bosnia-Herzegovina

1.3

Burundi

6.1

Greece

1.3

Angola

6.0

Moldova

1.3

Mali

6.0

Poland

1.3

Mozambique

5.9

Portugal

1.3

Uganda

5.8

Spain

1.3

NOTE: 2016 data refer to latest data available.

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2016 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET

Population Clock, 2016


1,254,309,821

6,163,842,020

147,183,065

13,714,857

133,468,215

Day

403,241

37,575

365,666

280

26

254

Year

57,387,752

12,580,616

44,807,108

Day

157,227

34,467

122,759

109

24

85

Year

89,795,313

1,134,242

88,661,107

Day

246,015

3,108

242,907

Minute
Natural
increase per

171

169

Year

5,226,233

65,229

5,160,998

Day

14,318

179

14,140

10

0.1

10

Minute
Infant
deaths per

Minute

2016 Population Reference Bureau

LESS DEVELOPED
COUNTRIES

7,418,151,841

Minute

Deaths per

MORE DEVELOPED
COUNTRIES

Year

Population

Births per

WORLD

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OPULATION
(MILLIONS)

DT I OPNOHPI GUHLL IA
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D PO
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1,708
1,344
398
398
360
344
226
214
202
169

U.S. Air Quality Improvements Led by Metro Areas

Middle-I

Particulate matter (PM) in the air is composed of dust, dirt, soot, smoke, and liquid droplets. Fine PM (particles smaller than 2.5
micrometers, known as PM2.5) can lodge deeply in the lungs and is hazardous to humans and to the environment. Numerous studies
have linked PM2.5 to serious health problems including irregular heartbeat, asthma, heart attack, and premature death. Particulate
matter can also pollute waterways and damage forests and crops. Air quality in the United States has improved since passage of the
Clean Air Act of 1963 and its major amendments in 1970, 1977, and 1990. Stricter emissions regulations have reduced PM2.5 pollution
nationwide, but rates of improvement have been fastest in metropolitan areas and manufacturing-dependent counties, which have
higher levels of particulate pollution from motor vehicles, power plants, and industrial activity. Although rates of improvement have been
slower in rural, mining, and agricultural areas, PM2.5 pollution remains lower than in metropolitan areas or manufacturing-dependent
counties. And while air quality has improved, U.S. public health experts believe there is no safe level of exposure to particulate matter.

Worldwide, the hi
adoption of pollut
nations is to ensu
particulate air pol
from manufacturi
the World Health
currently is over fi

Annual Average Ambient Concentration of Fine Particulate Matter (PM 2.5) in Micrograms per Cubic Meter,
Averages Across U.S. Counties

Trend in Annua
Averages Acros

14.1
13.2

1.2

12.7

Upper-Middle

11.9
10.2

1.2

9.3

1.2

10.5

10.0

9.6
8.4

1.2

30

11.1

27

9.9

Lower-Middle

8.9
8.1

21

1.3

18

1.3
1.3
1.3

10

High

Low

WHO Recom

1.3
1.3

1990
National Average

ManufacturingDependent

MiningDependent

FarmDependent
2001

Large Metro

Mid to Small Metro

Non-Metro/
Rural

2011

Note: Country level PM


aggregated to income

Notes: Large Metro is defined as 1 million population or more. Mid to Small Metro is defined as metropolitan area with less than 1 million population.

DEVELOPED
COUNTRIES

GNI per Capita:

Sources: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; PRB analysis of data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); and U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Economic Research Service.

Sources: Michael Bra


79-88; World Bank; an
Summary of Risk Asse

163,842,020

133,468,215

Municipal

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365,666

254

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L AW
T OI O
HPIUGL AHT ILOINGHH
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D PO
I GT
HS
LIGHTS

F O C U S O N H U M A N N E E D S A N D S U S TA I N A B L E
E E D S A N D S U S TA
INABLE RESOURCES

Middle-Income Countries Face Biggest Air Pollution Challenge

2.5
s studies
culate
ge of the
.5 pollution
have
have been
pendent
e matter.

Worldwide, the highest national-level concentrations of PM2.5 are in middle-income countries such as China and Bangladesh where
adoption of pollution control measures has lagged behind rapid industrialization. The challenge for both low-income and middle-income
nations is to ensure people have clean air to breathe without hindering development. As depicted in the accompanying U.S. graphic,
particulate air pollution in many of the worlds high-income countries has declined with shifts towards more efcient energy use and away
from manufacturing. However, no group of countries is immune to the dangers of air pollution; even the high-income average surpasses
the World Health Organizations target of limiting the presence of PM2.5 to no more than 10 micrograms per cubic meter of air. China
currently is over ve times this level, while France exceeds the recommended level by 40 percent.

Trend in Annual Average Ambient Concentration of Fine Particular Matter (PM2.5) in Micrograms per Cubic Meter,
Averages Across Countries by Income Category
39
36
Upper-Middle
30

27

Lower-Middle

8.9

n-Metro/
Rural

ure,

RESOURCES

21

18

High

20

Low

15
10

WHO Recommended Limit

1990
GNI per Capita:

1995
Low-Income
$1,045 or Less

10
2000

2005

Lower Middle-Income
$1,046 to $4,125

Upper Middle-Income
$4,126 to $12,735

2010

2013

High-Income
$12,736 or More

Note: Country level PM2.5 estimates are calculated using satellite-based estimates, chemical transport model simulations, and ground measurements. Country estimates are
aggregated to income level groups by the World Bank.
Sources: Michael Brauer et al., Ambient Air Pollution Exposure Estimation for the Global Burden of Disease 2013, Environmental Science & Technology 50, no. 1 (2016):
79-88; World Bank; and World Health Organization, WHO Air Quality Guidelines for Particulate Matter, Ozone, Nitrogen Dioxide, and Sulfur Dioxide: Global Update 2005,
Summary of Risk Assessment.

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WO R L D P O P U L AT I O N H I G H L I G H T S
F O C U S O N H U M A N N E E D S A N D S U S TA I N A B L E R E S O U R C E S

Municipal Waste Volumes per Capita Rise With Income


Proper municipal waste disposal is a public health and environmental priority as urban populations grow. City residents without regular refuse collection services risk exposure to
contaminants that spread into soil, streets, and water. Uncontrolled dumpsites taint water tables and release airborne toxins as unsorted refuse is burned. Global municipal waste
data show that per capita volumes tend to rise with average income levels but negative impacts lessen as wealthier cities improve waste processing systems. While some cities in
lower-income countries have expanded collection coverage, many still lag in proper waste processingor controlled disposal. Collection in Lahore, Pakistan covers 77 percent of the
population but only 18 percent of collections go to a controlled disposal facility. Lusaka, Zambia has 63 percent coverage and a 45 percent rate of controlled disposal. Recycling rates
reach relatively high levels in some lower-income countries, often due to informal recycling networks.

ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
100 100 23

551
370

SOFIA, BULGARIA
100 100 11
BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN

200 83 0 18

584

608
ATHENS, GREECE
100 100 24

SAN FRANCISCO, UNITED STATES


100 100 48

BAHRAIN, BAHRAIN
100 100 8

400

429

PAKISTAN
219 LAHORE,
77 18 35

193 DHAKA, BANGLADESH


55 55 15

BANGALORE, INDIA
75 73 32 200

GUADALAJARA, MEXICO
95 97 8

257

QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES


99 98 39

MONROVIA, LIBERIA

225 37 70 8

183 KAMPALA, UGANDA


50 100 11

LUSAKA, ZAMBIA
63 45 14

SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE
100 100 20

318
253

JAKARTA, INDONESIA
95 84 10

201

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Sources: David C. Wilson, et al., Wasteaware
Benchmark Indicators for Integrated Sustainable
Waste Management in Cities, Waste Management
35, no. 1 (2015): 329-43; United Nations
Environment Programme and International Solid
Waste Association, Global Waste Management
Outlook, David C. Wilson, ed.

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BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
96 97 8

The volume of Annual Municipal Solid Waste (kg per


capita) is indicated by both the size of the circle and
the value in each circle.

SOFIA, BULGARIA
100 100 11

World Bank income category of the


country where the city is located.

LOW

Recycling Rate (% of total waste generated)


Controlled Disposal (% of collected waste properly managed)
Waste Collection Coverage (% of city population)

LOWERMIDDLE

UPPERMIDDLE

HIGH

417
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
100 100 54

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the value in each circle.

al Land Protected
rial land under protected
national Union for
re defines a protected
fined geographical space,
d, and managed, through
e means, to achieve
vation of nature with
m services and cultural
ea includes total land
rs. Data are calculated
base on Protected
by mdgs.un.org.

430

SOFIA, BULGARIA
100 100 11

WO R L D P O P U L AT I O N H I G H L I G H T S

Recycling Rate (% of total waste


Controlled Disposal (% of collected
Waste Collection Coverage (% of city p

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA


96 97 8

F O C U S O N H U M A N N E E D S A N D S U S TA I N A B L E R E S O U R C E S

are Kilometer

More People Have Improved Access to Water and Sanitation

Aquacult

opulation divided
ters of arable land.
d by the UN Food and
ion (FAO) to include
orary agricultural crops
eas are counted only
adows for mowing or
market and kitchen
mporarily fallow (less
a for the percent
and the square
ry are from the FAO.

Access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation is fundamental to sustainable development and human health. Progress on
water in the past 25 years has brought access to piped water close to home (the denition of improved access) to 91 percent of
the worlds population, up from 76 percent in 1990. Of those remaining without improved access, nearly half are in sub-Saharan
Africa. Sanitation status has been more varied, yet progress is clear. Whereas some countries, like Chile, already had good access
that is now almost universal, other countries have made more progress on sanitation than water, such as Angola. Still, more than
2.4 billion people, mostly in eastern and southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, do not have access to improved sanitation facilities.
And urban-rural gaps are sharp: Eighty-two percent of urban dwellers, but only 51 percent of rural residents, use improved
sanitation facilities. Most developed countries have nearly universal access to water and sanitation.

Seafood is an imp
changes in ocean
Fund estimates th
enforce sustainabl
of 19 kilograms pe
of sh consumed

Trend in Annual

Percent of Population With Improved Access to Sanitation and Water, 1990 and 2014, Select Countries

Fish Supply by Sou

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100%

90

Chile

99
99

85

80%

63

Vietnam

98

36

78
60%

71

India

17

94

40
40%

75

Kyrgyzstan

Ethiopia

Angola

nce Bureau.

13
28

0%
1970 1972

46 49
22
Water 1990

d.

20%

57

90
91 93

52
Water 2014

Sanitation 1990

Sanitation 2014

Sources: Food and Ag

aiwan Nans0410/

Source: UNICEF and World Health Organization, 25 Years: Progress on Sanitation and Drinking Water, 2015 Update and MDG Assessment.

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370

capita) is indicated by both the size of the circle and


the value in each circle.

country where the city is located.

417

WO R L D P O P U L AT I O N H I G H L I G H T S

SOFIA, BULGARIA
100 100 11

LOW

Recycling Rate (% of total waste generated)


F Owaste
C U Sproperly
O N managed)
HUMAN
Controlled Disposal (% of collected
Waste Collection Coverage (% of city population)

UPPERMIDDLE

LOWERMIDDLE

HIGH

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
100 100 54

N E E D S A N D S U S TA I N A B L E R E S O U R C E S

tion

Aquaculture Meets Fish Demand as Ocean Catches Decline

n
t of
ran
ccess
han
cilities.

Seafood is an important protein source for about 3 billion people worldwide. Population growth, new ocean shing technologies, and
changes in ocean ecosystems have placed strains on wild sh stocks. Total ocean catches peaked in the late 1990s and the World Wildlife
Fund estimates that the oceans contain half the number of sh they did in 1970. Declining catches also reect national and global efforts to
enforce sustainable catch limits. Strong growth in aquaculture has allowed per capita sh consumption to rise steadily, to a global average
of 19 kilograms per person in 2012 from about 10 kilograms in the 1960s. In 2012, aquaculture was the source for about half (49 percent)
of sh consumed by humans, up from 5 percent in 1962.

Trend in Annual World Fish Supply by Source and Fish Consumption per Capita, 1970-2012
Fish Supply by Source

Fish Consumption (kg per capita)

100%

AQUACULTURE

99
99

20

80%

16

60%

12

98

94
40%

CATCH

93
4

20%

0
0%
1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012
World Fish Consumption Over Time (kg per capita per year)

Sources: Food and Agriculture Organization, Fisheries and Aquaculture Department.

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F O C U S O N H U M A N N E E D S A N D S U S TA I N A B L E R E S O U R C E S

2.8

MILLION
Metric tons of carbon emitted
by China in 2013, almost
four times the level of 1992.

3.5

The total fertility rate (lifetime


births per woman) in Egypt.

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50%

Percentage of the
population in Niger that is
less than 15 years old.

728

$1,760
Gross national income
per capita of Haiti.

38

MILLION

Infant deaths per 1,000


live births in Bangladesh.

Projected 2050 population


of Europe, down from
740 million in 2016.

54%

Percentage of the
worlds population living
in urban areas.

34%

Percentage of people in the


least-developed countries with
access to electricity, compared
to 85 percent globally.

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POPULATION, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENT DATA AND ESTIMATES FOR THE COUNTRIES AND REGIONS OF THE WORLD

WORLD
MORE DEVELOPED
LESS DEVELOPED
LESS DEVELOPED (Excl. China)
LEAST DEVELOPED
AFRICA
SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
NORTHERN AFRICA
Algeria
Egypt
Libya
Morocco
Sudan
Tunisia
Western Saharae
WESTERN AFRICA
Benin
Burkina Faso
Cape Verde
Cte dIvoire
Gambia
Ghana
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Liberia
Mali
Mauritania
Niger
Nigeria
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Togo
EASTERN AFRICA
Burundi
Comoros
Djibouti
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Kenya
Madagascar
Malawi
Mauritius
Mayotte
Mozambique
Reunion
Rwanda
Seychelles
Somalia
South Sudan
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Population Reference Bureau
Tanzania
Uganda

Population
mid-2016
(millions)
7,418
1,254
6,164
4,778
962
1,203
974
229
40.8
93.5
6.3
34.7
42.1
11.3
0.6
359
10.8
19.0
0.5
23.9
2.1
28.2
11.2
1.9
4.6
17.3
4.2
19.7
186.5
14.8
6.6
7.5
394
11.1
0.8
0.9
5.4
101.7
45.4
23.7
17.2
1.3
0.2
27.2
0.8
11.9
0.09
11.1
12.7
54.2
36.6

Births
per 1,000
Population
20
11
22
24
33
36
37
29
26
31
20
20
37
20
18
39
36
41
21
37
41
33
37
37
35
44
31
49
39
38
37
36
36
42
33
25
34
30
31
33
34
10
33
45
17
34
17
44
37
37
43

Deaths
per 1,000
Population
8
10
7
7
9
10
11
6
5
6
5
6
8
7
6
11
9
10
5
13
9
8
10
12
9
13
8
9
13
6
14
9
9
10
7
9
7
7
7
7
10
8
3
14
5
7
7
12
12
7
10

Net
Migration
Rate per
1,000

3
-0
-0
-1
-1
-0
-1
0
-1
-10
-2
-3
-1
8
-1
-0
-1
-4
0
-1
-1
-0
-1
-1
-3
-1
-0
-0
-1
-1
-0
-1
0
-3
-3
-5
-0
-0
0
-0
-1
-0
0
-7
-1
1
-6
10
-1
-4

Population
Infant
mid-2030 mid-2050 Mortality
(millions) (millions)
Ratea
8,539
9,869
36
1,298
1,322
5
7,241
8,548
39
5,821
7,195
43
1,318
1,923
59
1,681
2,527
57
1,388
2,128
62
293
400
29
50.6
63.2
21
121.6
168.8
22
7.4
8.4
23
38.1
38.8
24
61.7
105.0
51
13.1
14.9
17
0.7
0.9
35
515
800
64
16.6
24.0
66
28.2
47.0
65
0.6
0.7
19
33.0
50.1
69
3.2
5.1
45
37.1
50.4
41
18.3
27.5
67
2.5
3.6
88
6.4
9.4
54
26.1
43.6
56
5.7
8.0
72
34.3
68.9
56
261.9
397.5
69
21.6
34.4
39
8.9
12.6
89
10.9
17.4
47
561
844
51
17.2
30.4
63
1.0
1.4
36
1.1
1.2
53
7.3
10.4
43
132.9
168.6
47
63.7
88.2
39
32.9
47.1
36
23.4
32.2
42
1.2
1.1
13.6
0.3
0.5
4
41.9
74.4
81
1.0
1.1
7
16.4
23.6
32
0.1
0.1
13.4
16.5
27.0
76
17.8
25.9
74
See notes on
page 20 43
81.5
134.8
58.1
101.5
53

Total
Fertility
Rateb
2.5
1.7
2.6
2.9
4.3
4.7
5.0
3.4
3.1
3.5
2.4
2.4
5.2
2.4
2.1
5.4
4.7
5.7
2.3
4.9
5.6
4.2
5.1
4.9
4.7
6.0
4.2
7.6
5.5
5.0
4.9
4.7
4.8
6.1
4.3
3.2
4.2
4.2
3.9
4.3
4.4
1.4
4.0
5.9
2.5
4.2
2.4
6.4
6.7
5.2
5.8

Percent
of Population
Ages
Ages
<15
65+
26
8
16
18
28
7
31
5
41
4
41
4
43
3
32
5
29
6
31
4
30
5
25
6
43
3
24
8
26
3
44
3
45
3
49
3
28
6
42
3
46
2
39
5
43
3
43
3
42
3
47
3
40
3
50
3
43
3
44
4
42
3
42
3
43
3
46
2
40
3
33
4
43
3
41
3
42
3
41
3
40
4
20
9
44
3
45
3
24
10
41
3
22
8
47
3
42
3
45
3
48
3

GNI
per Capita
($US)
2015
15,415
39,963
10,214
8,936
2,424
4,802
3,606
9,798
14,280
10,690
15,140
7,680
4,080
11,060

4,135
2,100
1,640
6,390
3,240
1,580
4,070
1,120
1,450
720
2,360
3,710
950
5,800
2,390
1,560
1,320
2,019
730
1,430

1,620
3,060
1,400
1,140
19,290

1,170

1,720
25,760

1,630
2,620
1,780

Percent of Married
Women 15-49 Using
Life Expectancy
Contraceptionc
at Birth (years)
Percent
All
Modern
Urban
Methods
Methods
Males
Females
54
62
56
70
74
78
70
62
76
82
49
61
55
68
72
47
54
46
67
70
32
36
32
61
64
41
35
30
59
62
39
31
26
57
59
51
52
46
69
73
71
57
48
73
78
43
58
57
70
73
79
42
20
69
75
60
67
57
73
75
34
12
12
61
64
68
62
50
73
77
81

67
71
45
18
13
55
56
44
18
12
58
61
30
21
20
57
60
66
61
57
71
80
54
18
12
51
53
60
9
8
59
62
54
35
29
60
63
37
6
5
58
59
49
16
14
54
57
50
20
19
60
62
40
16
15
54
54
60
11
10
62
65
22
14
12
61
62
48
15
10
53
53
45
23
21
65
68
40
17
16
50
52
38
20
17
59
61
26
40
37
60
64
12
32
30
58
61
28
19
14
62
65
77
19
18
60
64
23
8
7
62
66
20
37
36
62
66
26
66
63
60
65
35
40
33
64
67
16
59
58
62
64
41
76
39
71
78
47

75
78
32
12
11
52
56
95
67
64
77
84
29
53
48
62
66
54

70
79
40
15
1
54
57
19
4
1
55
57
2016 WORLD
DATA
30
38 POPULATION
32
64SHEET 10
66
20
34
30
62
64

Ma
Dea
100,0

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Ethiopia
Kenya
Madagascar
Malawi
Mauritius
Mayotte
Mozambique
Reunion
Rwanda
Seychelles
WORLD
Somalia
MORE
DEVELOPED
South Sudan
LESS
DEVELOPED
Tanzania
LESS
DEVELOPED (Excl. China)
Uganda
LEAST
ZambiaDEVELOPED
AFRICA
Zimbabwe
MIDDLE
AFRICAAFRICA
SUB-SAHARAN
NORTHERN
AFRICA
Angola
Cameroon
Algeria
Central
Egypt African Republic
Chad
Libya
Congo
Morocco
Sudan
Congo, Dem. Rep.
Tunisia
Equatorial
Guinea
Western Saharae
Gabon
WESTERN
Sao Tome AFRICA
and Principe
Benin
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
Burkina Faso
Botswana
Cape Verde
Lesotho
Cte dIvoire
Namibia
Gambia
South
Africa
Ghana
Swaziland
Guinea
AMERICAS
Guinea-Bissau
NORTHERN
AMERICA
Liberia
Canada
Mali States
United
Mauritania
LATIN
AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Niger
CENTRAL
AMERICA
Nigeria
Belize
Senegal
Costa Rica
Sierra
Leone
El Salvador
Togo
Guatemala
EASTERN
Honduras AFRICA
Burundi
Mexico
Comoros
Nicaragua
Djibouti
Panama
Eritrea
CARIBBEAN
Ethiopia
Antigua and Barbuda
Kenya
Bahamas
Madagascar
Barbados
Malawi
Cuba
Mauritius
Curaao
Mayotte
Dominica
Mozambique
Dominican
Republic
Reunion
Grenada
Rwanda
Guadeloupe
Seychelles
Haiti
Somalia
Jamaica
South
Sudan
Martinique
Tanzania
Puerto Rico
2016
Population Reference Bureau
Uganda
St. Kitts-Nevis
Zambia
Saint Lucia

101.7
30
7
-0
132.9
168.6
47
4.2
41
3
1,620
20
37
36
62
66
45.4
31
7
-0
63.7
88.2
39
3.9
42
3
3,060
26
66
63
60
65
23.7
33
7
0
32.9
47.1
36
4.3
41
3
1,400
35
40
33
64
67
17.2
34 HEALTH,
10AND ENVIRONMENT
-0
23.4DATA AND
32.2 ESTIMATES
42
4.4 THE40COUNTRIES
4
1,140 REGIONS
16 OF THE
59 WORLD
58
62
64
POPULATION,
FOR
AND
1.3
10
8
-1
1.2
1.1
13.6
1.4
20
9
19,290
41
76
39
71
78
0.2
33
3
-0
0.3
0.5
4
4.0
44
3

47

75
78
GNI
Percent
of Married
27.2
45
14
0
41.9
74.4
81
5.9
45Percent 3
32
12 15-49 Using
11
52
56
per1,170
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Life Expectancy
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0.8
17
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77
84
of24Population
($US)
Contraception
at Birth (years)
Population 1.1
Population
Births
Deaths
Migration
Infant
Total
11.9
7
-1per
16.4
23.6 Mortality
32
4.2
41
3
1,720
29
53
48
62
66
mid-2030
mid-2050
Ages
Ages
Percent
All
Modern
mid-2016
per34
1,000
per 1,000
Rate
Fertility
a
(millions)
(millions)
<15
65+
2015
Urban
Methods
Methods
Males
Females
(millions)
Population
1,000
Rate
Rate
0.09 Population
17
7
1
0.1
0.1
13.4
2.4b
22
8
25,760
54

70
79
7,418
20
8

8,539
9,869
36
2.5
26
8
15,415
54
62
56
70
74
11.1
44
12
-6
16.5
27.0
76
6.4
47
3

40
15
1
54
57
1,254
11
10
3
1,298
1,322
5
1.7
16
18
39,963
78
70
62
76
82
12.7
37
12
10
17.8
25.9
74
6.7
42
3
1,630
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4
1
55
57
6,164
22
7
-0
7,241
8,548
39
2.6
28
7
10,214
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61
55
68
72
54.2
37
-1
81.5
134.8
43
5.2
45
3
2,620
30
38
32
64
66
4,778
24
7
-0
5,821
7,195
43
2.9
31
5
8,936
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54
46
67
70
36.6
43
10
-4
58.1
101.5
53
5.8
48
3
1,780
20
34
30
62
64
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33
9
-1
1,318
1,923
59
4.3
41
4
2,424
32
36
32
61
64
15.9
43
13
-0
24.1
41.0
52
5.3
46
3
3,700
40
49
45
51
56
1,203
36
10
-1
1,681
2,527
57
4.7
41
4
4,802
41
35
30
59
62
16.0
-3
22.2
33.2
50
4.0
42
3
1,700
33
66
66
56
59
157
44
14
-0
238
396
88
6.0
45
3
2,617
47
21
11
51
54
974
37
11
1,388
2,128
62
5.0
43
3,606
39
31
26
57
59
229
29
6
-1
293
400
29
3.4
32
5
9,798
51
52
46
69
73
25.8
45
14
1
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65.5
93
6.0
48
2
6,450
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18
12
51
54
24.4
38
10
-0
34.4
51.9
55
4.9
43
3
3,080
54
34
21
56
59
40.8
26
5
0
50.6
63.2
21
3.1
29
6
14,280
71
57
48
73
78
5.0
34
14
0
6.7
9.7
90
4.4
39
4
600
40
15
9
49
53
93.5
31
6
-1
121.6
168.8
22
3.5
31
10,690
43
58
57
70
73
14.5
47
14
1
22.7
38.5
87
6.4
48
2
2,110
22
6
5
51
53
6.3
20
5
-10
7.4
8.4
23
2.4
30
5
15,140
79
42
20
69
75
4.9
34.7
20
6
-2
38.1
38.8
24
2.4
25
6
7,680
60
67
57
73
75
37
10
-7
6.7
10.2
48
4.7
41
3
6,300
65
30
18
57
60
42.1
37
8
-3
61.7
105.0
51
5.2
43
4,080
34
12
12
61
64
79.8
46
16
-0
124.2
213.8
97
6.5
46
3
720
42
21
8
49
52
11.3
20
7
-1
13.1
14.9
17
2.4
24
8
11,060
68
62
50
73
77
0.9
35
11
5
1.3
2.0
67
4.9
39
3
16,450
40
13
10
56
59
0.6
18
6
8
0.7
0.9
35
2.1
26
3

81

67
71
1.8
32
9
1
2.4
3.5
43
4.1
37
5
18,810
87
31
19
64
65
359
39
11
-1
515
800
64
5.4
44
3
4,135
45
18
13
55
56
0.2
33
7
-6
0.3
0.3
38
4.4
42
4
3,160
67
41
37
64
68
10.8
36
9
-0
16.6
24.0
66
4.7
45
3
2,100
44
18
12
58
61
64
23
10
3
74
88
36
2.5
31
5
12,404
62
60
59
60
63
19.0
41
10
-1
28.2
47.0
65
5.7
49
3
1,640
30
21
20
57
60
2.2
25
8
2
2.7
3.3
31
2.8
33
5
15,600
57
53
51
62
67
0.5
21
5
-4
0.6
0.7
19
2.3
28
6
6,390
66
61
57
71
80
2.2
29
15
-2
2.6
3.4
59
3.3
36
5
3,160
27
60
60
50
50
23.9
37
13
33.0
50.1
69
4.9
42
3
3,240
54
18
12
51
53
2.5
29
7
0
3.3
4.7
39
3.6
34
4
10,380
47
56
55
62
67
2.1
41
9
-1
3.2
5.1
45
5.6
46
2
1,580
60
9
8
59
62
55.7
22
10
3
63.4
75.2
34
2.4
30
5
12,830
65
60
60
60
64
28.2
33
8
37.1
50.4
41
4.2
39
5
4,070
54
35
29
60
63
1.3
29
14
-1
1.5
1.8
50
3.3
37
4
8,040
21
66
66
50
48
11.2
37
10
-0
18.3
27.5
67
5.1
43
3
1,120
37
6
5
58
59
998
15
7
1
1,117
1,221
14
2.0
23
10
30,077
80
73
68
74
80
1.9
37
12
-1
2.5
3.6
88
4.9
43
3
1,450
49
16
14
54
57
360
12
8
4
401
445
6
1.8
19
15
55,179
81
74
68
77
81
4.6
35
9
-1
6.4
9.4
54
4.7
42
3
720
50
20
19
60
62
36.2
11
8
6
41.0
46.9
4.4
1.6
16
16
43,970
82
72
79
84
74
17.3
44
13
-3
26.1
43.6
56
6.0
47
3
2,360
40
16
15
54
54
323.9
12
8
4
359.4
398.3
5.8
1.8
19
15
56,430
81
74
68
76
81
4.2
31
8
5.7
8.0
72
4.2
40
3
3,710
60
11
10
62
65
637
17
6
-1
716
775
17
2.1
26
8
14,512
80
73
67
72
79
19.7
49
9
-0
34.3
68.9
56
7.6
50
3
950
22
14
12
61
62
175
19
5
-1
205
232
16
2.3
29
6
14,896
74
72
65
74
79
186.5
39
13
-0
261.9
397.5
69
5.5
43
3
5,800
48
15
10
53
53
0.4
22
6
4
0.5
0.6
14
2.5
36
4
7,880
45
55
52
71
77
14.8
38
6
-1
21.6
34.4
39
5.0
44
4
2,390
45
23
21
65
68
4.9
15
4
1
5.6
6.1
8.0
1.8
23
7
14,880
77
76
75
77
82
6.6
37
14
-1
8.9
12.6
89
4.9
42
3
1,560
40
17
16
50
52
6.4
18
7
-7
6.7
6.7
17
2.0
27
8
8,220
67
72
68
68
78
7.5
36
9
-0
10.9
17.4
47
4.7
42
3
1,320
38
20
17
59
61
16.6
24
5
21.3
27.6
28
3.1
40
5
7,510
52
61
49
69
76
-1
394
36
9
-1
561
844
51
4.8
43
3
2,019
26
40
37
60
64
8.2
22
5
-2
10.2
12.6
26
2.5
32
5
4,740
55
73
64
71
76
11.1
42
10
0
17.2
30.4
63
6.1
46
2
730
12
32
30
58
61
128.6
19
5
148.1
163.8
13
2.2
28
6
17,150
79
72
66
74
79
-1
0.8
33
7
-3
1.0
1.4
36
4.3
40
3
1,430
28
19
14
62
65
6.3
20
5
-4
7.5
9.1
19
2.4
30
5
5,050
59
80
76
72
78
0.9
25
9
-3
1.1
1.2
53
3.2
33
4

77
19
18
60
64
4.0
19
5
2
4.8
5.7
14
2.4
27
8
20,710
67
63
60
75
81
5.4
34
7
-5
7.3
10.4
43
4.2
43
3
23
8
7
62
66
43
17
8
-4
47
49
28
2.3
26
9

70
62
58
71
76
101.7
30
7
-0
132.9
168.6
47
4.2
41
3
1,620
20
37
36
62
66
0.09
12
6
0.1
0.1
16
1.5
24
7
22,220
24

74
80
45.4
31
7
-0
63.7
88.2
39
3.9
42
3
3,060
26
66
63
60
65
0.4
14
6
4
0.4
0.5
14
1.8
26
6
22,930
83

72
78
23.7
33
7
0
32.9
47.1
36
4.3
41
3
1,400
35
40
33
64
67
0.3
12
9
2
0.3
0.3
12
1.7
19
14
15,930
32
59
55
73
78
17.2
34
10
-0
23.4
32.2
42
4.4
40
4
1,140
16
59
58
62
64
11.2
11
9
-2
11.1
10.2
4.2
1.7
16
14

77
74
72
78
82
1.3
10
8
-1
1.2
1.1
13.6
1.4
20
9
19,290
41
76
39
71
78
0.2
12
9
10
0.2
0.2
10.2
1.9
19
16

89

75
81
0.2
33
3
-0
0.3
0.5
4
4.0
44
3

47

75
78
0.07
14
9
-1
0.08
0.07
20
2.1
22
10
10,420
70
72
77
27.2
45
14
0
41.9
74.4
81
5.9
45
3
1,170
32
12
11
52
56
10.6
20
6
-3
12.1
13.2
31
2.4
30
7
13,570
79
70
68
71
77
0.8
5
-7
1.0
1.1
7
2.5
24
10

95
67
64
77
84
0.1
17
8
-2
0.1
0.1
15
2.1
26
7
12,520
36

74
79
11.9
34
7
16.4
23.6
32
4.2
41
3
1,720
29
53
48
62
66
0.4
12
8
-1
0.4
0.4
8.8
2.2
22
15

98

76
83
0.09
17
7
1
0.1
0.1
13.4
2.4
22
8
25,760
54

70
79
11.1
26
8
-3
13.3
16.2
42
3.2
35
4
1,760
59
34
31
61
65
11.1
44
12
-6
16.5
27.0
76
6.4
47
3

40
15
1
54
57
2.7
14
6
-5
2.8
2.6
17
2.0
24
9
8,860
55
72
68
73
78
12.7
37
12
10
17.8
25.9
74
6.7
42
3
1,630
19
4
1
55
57
0.4
12
9
-3
0.4
0.3
7
2.1
18
18

89

78
84
54.2
37
7
-1
81.5
134.8
43
5.2
45
3
2,620
30
38
32
64
66
3.4
10
9
-19
3.4
3.1
7.0
1.4
17
18
24,030
99
84
72
76
83
See
notes on
page
2016 WORLD
DATA
36.6
43
10
-4
58.1
101.5
5.8
48
3
1,780
20
34
30
62
64
0.05
14
8
7
0.06
0.07 20 53
13
1.8
21
8
23,700
32
POPULATION

73SHEET 11
78
15.9
43
13
-0
24.1
41.0
52
5.3
46
3
3,700
40
49
45
51
56
0.2
12
6
2
0.2
0.2
18
1.5
22
9
10,820
18
56
52
75
82

Ma
Dea
100,0

1,

Barbados
Cuba
Curaao
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Haiti
Jamaica
Martinique
WORLD
Puerto Rico
MORE
DEVELOPED
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LESS
SaintDEVELOPED
Lucia
LESS
DEVELOPED
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St. Vincent
and the(Excl.
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LEAST
DEVELOPED
Trinidad
and Tobago
AFRICA AMERICA
SOUTH
SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
Argentina
NORTHERN
AFRICA
Bolivia
Algeria
Brazil
Egypt
Chile
Libya
Colombia
Morocco
Ecuador
Sudan Guiana
French
Tunisia
Guyana
Western Saharae
Paraguay
WESTERN
AFRICA
Peru
Benin
Suriname
Burkina Faso
Uruguay
Cape Verde
Venezuela
Cte dIvoire
ASIA
Gambia
ASIA
(Excl. China)
Ghana
WESTERN
ASIA
Guinea
Armenia
Guinea-Bissau
Azerbaijan
Liberia
Bahrain
Mali
Cyprus
Mauritania
Georgia
Niger
Iraq
Nigeria
Israel
Senegal
Jordan
Sierra Leone
Kuwait
Togo
Lebanon
EASTERN
AFRICA
Oman
Burundi
Palestinian Territory
Comoros
Qatar
Djibouti
Saudi Arabia
Eritrea
Syria
Ethiopia
Turkey
Kenya
United Arab Emirates
Madagascar
Yemen
Malawi CENTRAL ASIA
SOUTH
Mauritius ASIA
CENTRAL
Mayotte
Kazakhstan
Mozambique
Kyrgyzstan
Reunion
Tajikistan
Rwanda
Turkmenistan
Seychelles
Uzbekistan
SomaliaASIA
SOUTH
South Sudan
Afghanistan
Tanzania
Bangladesh
2016
Population Reference Bureau
Uganda
Bhutan
Zambia
India

0.3
12
9
2
0.3
0.3
12
1.7
19
14
15,930
32
59
55
73
78
11.2
11
9
-2
11.1
10.2
4.2
1.7
16
14

77
74
72
78
82
0.2
12
9
10
0.2
0.2
10.2
1.9
19
16

89

75
81
0.07
14 HEALTH, 9AND ENVIRONMENT
-1
0.08
0.07ESTIMATES
20
2.1 THE22COUNTRIES
10
10,420
70 OF THE
WORLD

72
77
POPULATION,
DATA AND
FOR
AND REGIONS
10.6
20
6
-3
12.1
13.2
31
2.4
30
7
13,570
79
70
68
71
77
0.1
17
8
-2
0.1
0.1
15
2.1
26
7
12,520
36

74
79
GNI
Percent
of Married
0.4
12
8
-1
0.4
0.4
8.8
2.2
22Percent15
98
15-49 Using

76
83
per
Capita
Women
Life Expectancy
Net
11.1
26
8
-3
13.3
42
3.2
4
1,760
59
34
31c
61
65
of35Population
($US)
Contraception
at Birth (years)
Population 16.2
Population
Births
Deaths
Migration
Infant
Total
2.7
6
-5per
2.8
2.6 Mortality
17
2.0
24
9
8,860
55
72
68
73
78
mid-2030
mid-2050
Ages
Ages
Percent
All
Modern
mid-2016
per14
1,000
per 1,000
Rate
Fertility
(millions)
(millions)
<15
65+
2015
Urban
Methods
Methods
Males
Females
(millions)
Population
Population
1,000
Rate
Rate
0.4
12
9
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0.4
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7a
2.1b
18
18

89

78
84
7,418
20
8

8,539
9,869
36
2.5
26
8
15,415
54
62
56
70
74
3.4
10
9
-19
3.4
3.1
7.0
1.4
17
18
24,030
99
84
72
76
83
1,254
11
10
3
1,298
5
1.7
16
18
39,963
78
70
62
76
82
0.05
14
8
7
0.06 1,322
0.07
13
1.8
21
8
23,700
32

73
78
6,164
22
7
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7,241
8,548
39
2.6
28
7
10,214
49
61
55
68
72
0.2
12
6
2
0.2
0.2
18
1.5
22
9
10,820
18
56
52
75
82
4,778
24
7
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5,821
7,195
43
2.9
31
5
8,936
47
54
46
67
70
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16
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0.1
0.1
20
2.0
25
7
11,000
51

71
75
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33
9
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1,318
1,923
59
4.3
41
4
2,424
32
36
32
61
64
1.4
14
8
1.4
1.3
13
1.7
21
9
29,630
8
42
38
71
78
1,203
36
10
-1
1,681
2,527
57
4.7
41
4
4,802
41
35
30
59
62
419
16
6
-0
465
494
17
2.1
25
8
14,628
83
75
69
72
79
974
37
11
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1,388
2,128
62
5.0
43
3
3,606
39
31
26
57
59
43.6
18
8
1
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55.2
10.8
2.3
25
11

92
55
53
73
80
229
29
6
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293
400
29
3.4
32
5
9,798
51
52
46
69
73
11.0
24
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13.3
16.5
36
3.0
33
6,840
68
61
35
68
74
40.8
26
5
50.6
63.2
21
3.1
29
6
14,280
71
57
48
73
78
226.3
18
1.8
23
8
15,020
86
80
77
72
79
206.1
14
6
0
223.1
93.5
31
-1
121.6
168.8
22
3.5
31
4
10,690
43
58
57
70
73
18.2
14
6
2
20.3
21.7
7.4
1.8
20
11
21,740
83
64

77
82
6.3
20
5
-10
7.4
8.4
23
2.4
30
5
15,140
79
42
20
69
75
48.8
16
6
-1
53.3
55.0
15
2.3
27
7
13,520
76
79
73
72
79
34.7
20
6
-2
38.1
38.8
24
2.4
25
6
7,680
60
67
57
75
16.5
21
5
-0
19.7
23.2
20
2.5
29
7
11,190
64
73
60
73
79
42.1
37
8
-3
61.7
105.0
51
5.2
43
3
4,080
34
12
12
61
64
0.3
26
3
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0.4
0.6
9
3.5
34
5

84

77
83
11.3
20
7
-1
13.1
14.9
17
2.4
24
8
11,060
68
62
50
73
77
0.8
8
-7
0.8
0.8
32
2.6
29
5
7,520
29
34
33
64
69
0.6
18
8
0.7
0.9
35
2.1
26
3

81

67
71
7.0
22
6
-3
8.2
9.3
28
2.6
32
5
8,670
60
79
70
71
75
359
39
11
-1
515
800
64
5.4
44
3
4,135
45
18
13
55
56
31.5
20
6
35.9
40.1
17
2.5
28
7
11,960
79
75
52
72
77
10.8
36
9
-0
16.6
24.0
66
4.7
45
3
2,100
44
18
12
58
61
0.5
18
7
-2
0.6
0.7
17
2.3
27
7
16,870
66
48
47
68
74
19.0
41
28.2
47.0
65
5.7
49
3
1,640
30
21
20
57
60
3.5
14
10
-1
3.6
3.7
9.3
1.9
21
14
20,360
95
77
75
74
81
0.5
21
-4
0.6
0.7
19
2.3
6,390
66
61
57
71
80
31.0
20
5
-2
36.1
40.5
12.8
2.4
28
6
17,730
89
70
62
72
78
23.9
37
13
0
33.0
50.1
69
4.9
42
3
3,240
54
18
12
51
53
4,437
18
7
-0
4,946
5,327
31
2.1
25
8
11,969
48
65
59
71
74
2.1
41
9
-1
3.2
5.1
45
5.6
46
2
1,580
60
9
8
59
62
3,051
21
7
0
3,527
3,974
37
2.4
28
7
10,800
44
56
48
69
72
28.2
33
8
-1
37.1
50.4
41
4.2
39
4,070
54
35
29
60
63
261
22
5
3
320
386
22
2.8
29
5
25,602
70
54
38
71
76
11.2
37
10
-0
18.3
27.5
67
5.1
43
3
1,120
37
6
5
58
59
3.0
14
9
-1
2.8
2.4
9
1.6
19
11
8,720
64
55
27
72
78
1.9
37
12
-1
2.5
3.6
88
4.9
43
3
1,450
49
16
54
57
77
9.8
17
6
0
10.6
10.8
10
2.1
22
6
17,140
53
51
14
72
4.6
35
9
-1
6.4
9.4
54
4.7
42
3
720
50
20
19
60
62
1.4
16
2
3
1.7
1.9
8
2.1
17
2
39,140
100
62
31
76
78
17.3
44
13
-3
26.1
43.6
56
6.0
47
3
2,360
40
16
15
54
54
1.2
12
6
-12
1.3
1.4
5
1.4
17
12
30,840
67

78
82
4.2
31
8
-1
5.7
8.0
72
4.2
40
3
3,710
60
11
10
62
65
4.0
13
11
3.7
3.1
9
1.7
17
14
9,410
54
53
35
71
79
19.7
49
9
-0
34.3
68.9
56
7.6
50
950
22
14
12
61
62
38.1
32
4
2
53.4
76.5
37
4.2
40
3
14,850
70
52
34
67
72
186.5
39
13
-0
261.9
397.5
69
5.5
43
3
5,800
48
15
10
53
53
8.2
21
5
1
10.3
13.8
3.1
3.1
28
11
34,940
92

80
84
14.8
38
6
-1
21.6
34.4
39
5.0
44
4
2,390
45
23
21
65
68
8.2
27
4
-13
9.0
11.4
16
3.5
37
3
10,740
84
61
42
73
76
6.6
37
14
-1
8.9
12.6
89
4.9
42
3
1,560
40
17
16
50
52
4.0
17
2
22
5.0
6.0
7
2.2
22
2
79,970
98
52
39
74
76
7.5
36
9
-0
10.9
17.4
47
4.7
42
3
1,320
38
20
17
59
61
6.2
15
5
-1
5.5
5.6
8
1.7
25
7
14,120
88
58
34
76
78
394
36
9
-1
561
844
51
4.8
43
3
2,019
26
40
37
60
64
4.4
21
2
39
5.1
6.0
8
2.9
21
37,340
75
30
19
75
78
11.1
42
10
0
17.2
30.4
63
6.1
46
2
730
12
32
30
58
61
4.8
32
4
-2
6.5
8.8
18
4.1
40
3
5,070
75
57
44
71
75
0.8
33
7
-3
1.0
1.4
36
4.3
40
3
1,430
28
19
14
62
65
2.5
12
1
75
3.0
3.5
7
2.0
15
1
140,720
99
38
34
77
80
0.9
25
9
-3
1.1
1.2
53
3.2
33
4

77
19
18
60
64
31.7
22
4
3
39.9
50.0
15
2.8
30
3
54,730
83
24

73
75
5.4
34
7
-5
7.3
10.4
43
4.2
43
3

23
8
7
62
66
17.2
22
4
-20
26.1
31.2
16
2.7
32
4
58
54
38
64
77
101.7
30
7
-0
132.9
168.6
47
4.2
41
3
1,620
20
37
36
62
66
79.5
17
5
7
88.4
93.5
11
2.1
24
8
19,360
73
74
47
75
79
45.4
31
7
-0
63.7
88.2
39
3.9
42
3
3,060
26
66
63
60
65
9.3
11
2
8
11.0
12.8
6
1.8
14
1
70,570
86
28
24
76
79
23.7
33
7
0
32.9
47.1
36
4.3
41
3
1,400
35
40
33
64
67
27.5
-1
36.3
43
4.2
40
3,660
34
29
63
17.2
34
10
23.4
32.2
42
4.4
40
4
1,140
16
59
58
62
64
1,929
23
7
-0
2,254
2,563
43
2.5
30
5
6,326
35
54
46
67
70
1.3
10
8
1.2
1.1
13.6
1.4
20
9
19,290
41
76
39
71
78
70
24
6
-1
82
96
32
2.7
29
5
10,898
40
54
50
68
75
0.2
33
3
-0
0.3
0.5
4
4.0
44
3

47

75
78
17.8
23
8
-1
20.5
24.7
9
2.6
25
7
24,260
53
51
50
68
77
27.2
45
14
0
41.9
74.4
81
5.9
45
3
1,170
32
12
11
52
56
6.1
28
6
-1
8.2
11.6
20
3.8
33
4
3,300
36
42
40
67
74
0.8
17
5
-7
1.0
1.1
7
2.5
24
10

95
67
64
77
84
8.6
31
6
-3
11.1
14.2
38
3.6
35
3
3,320
26
28
26
66
73
11.9
34
7
16.4
23.6
32
4.2
41
3
1,720
29
53
48
66
5.4
21
8
-1
6.2
6.6
45
2.2
28
4
15,760
50
48
46
62
70
0.09
17
7
1
0.1
0.1
13.4
2.4
22
8
25,760
54

70
79
31.9
23
5
-1
36.2
39.0
43
2.5
29
5
6,110
36
65
59
71
76
11.1
44
12
-6
16.5
27.0
76
6.4
47
3

40
15
1
54
57
1,859
23
7
-0
2,172
2,467
43
2.5
30
5
6,155
35
54
46
67
70
12.7
12
10
17.8
25.9
74
6.7
42
3
1,630
19
4
1
55
57
33.4
37
8
1
45.5
62.4
68
5.3
44
2
1,990
27
22
20
59
62
54.2
37
7
-1
81.5
134.8
43
5.2
45
3
2,620
30
38
32
64
66
162.9
20
5
-2
186.5
202.2
38
2.3
33
6
3,550
34
62
54
71
73
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page
2016 WORLD
DATA
36.6
43
10
-4
58.1
101.5
53
5.8
48
3
1,780
20
34 POPULATION
30
62SHEET 12
64
0.8
19
6
2
0.9notes on
1.0 20 44
2.1
31
5
7,610
39
66
65
69
70
15.9
43
13
-0
24.1
41.0
52
5.3
46
3
3,700
40
49
45
51
56
1,328.9
22
7
0
1,530.0
1,708.0
40
2.3
29
6
6,020
33
54
47
67
70

Ma
Dea
100,0

1,

Yemen
SOUTH CENTRAL ASIA
CENTRAL ASIA
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Uzbekistan
SOUTH ASIA
Afghanistan
Bangladesh
WORLD
BhutanDEVELOPED
MORE
IndiaDEVELOPED
LESS
Iran DEVELOPED (Excl. China)
LESS
Maldives
LEAST
DEVELOPED
Nepal
AFRICA
Pakistan
SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
Sri Lanka
NORTHERN
AFRICA
SOUTHEAST
ASIA
Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Cambodia
Libya
Indonesia
Morocco
Laos
Sudan
Malaysia
Tunisia
Myanmar
Western Saharae
PhilippinesAFRICA
WESTERN
Singapore
Benin
Thailand
Burkina Faso
Timor-Leste
Cape Verde
Vietnam
Cte dIvoire
EAST
ASIA
Gambia
China
Ghana
China, Hong Kong SARf
Guinea
China, Macao SARf
Guinea-Bissau
Japan
Liberia
Korea, North
Mali
Korea, South
Mauritania
Mongolia
Niger
Taiwan
Nigeria
EUROPE
Senegal
EUROPEAN
Sierra LeoneUNION
NORTHERN
EUROPE
Togo
Channel Islands
EASTERN
AFRICA
Denmark
Burundi
Estonia
Comoros
Finland
Djibouti
Iceland
Eritrea
Ireland
Ethiopia
Latvia
Kenya
Lithuania
Madagascar
Norway
Malawi
Sweden
Mauritius
United Kingdom
Mayotte
WESTERN
EUROPE
Mozambique
Austria
Reunion
Belgium
Rwanda
France
Seychelles
Germany
Somalia
Liechtenstein
South Sudan
Luxembourg
Tanzania
Monaco
2016
Population Reference Bureau
Uganda
Netherlands
Zambia
Switzerland

27.5
33
7
-1
36.3
47.1
43
4.2
40
3
3,660
35
34
29
63
67
1,929
23
7
-0
2,254
2,563
43
2.5
30
5
6,326
35
54
46
67
70
70
24
6
-1
82
96
32
2.7
29
5
10,898
40
54
50
68
75
17.8
23
-1
20.5
24.7
9
2.6
7
24,260
53
51
50
68
77
POPULATION,
HEALTH, 8AND ENVIRONMENT
DATA AND
ESTIMATES
FOR
THE25COUNTRIES
AND REGIONS
OF THE
WORLD
6.1
28
6
-1
8.2
11.6
20
3.8
33
4
3,300
36
42
40
67
74
8.6
31
6
-3
11.1
14.2
38
3.6
35
3
3,320
26
28
26
66
73
GNI
Percent
of Married
5.4
21
8
-1
6.2
6.6
45
2.2
28
4
15,760
50
48
46
62
70
Percent
per
Capita
Women
15-49
Using
Life
Expectancy
Net
31.9
23
5
-1
36.2
43
2.5
5
6,110
36
65
59c
71
76
of29Population
($US)
Contraception
at Birth (years)
Population 39.0
Population
Births
Deaths
Migration
Infant
Total
1,859
7
-0per
2,172
2,467
43
2.5
30
5
6,155
35
54
46
67
70
mid-2030
mid-2050
Ages
Ages
Percent
All
Modern
mid-2016
per23
1,000
per 1,000
Rate
Mortality
Fertility
33.4
37
8
1
45.5
62.4
68 a
5.3b
44
2
1,990
27
22
20
59
62
(millions)
(millions)
<15
65+
2015
Urban
Methods
Methods
Males
Females
(millions)
Population
Population
1,000
Rate
Rate
162.9
5
-2
186.5
202.2
38
2.3
33
6
3,550
34
54
71
73
7,418
20
8

8,539
9,869
36
2.5
26
8
15,415
54
62
56
70
74
0.8
19
6
2
0.9
1.0
44
2.1
31
5
7,610
39
66
65
69
70
1,254
11
10
3
1,298
1,322
5
1.7
16
18
39,963
78
70
62
76
82
1,328.9
22
7
0
1,530.0
1,708.0
40
2.3
29
6
6,020
33
54
47
67
70
6,164
-0
7,241
8,548
39
2.6
28
7
10,214
49
61
55
68
72
79.5
19
5
-1
87.9
91.6
14
1.8
24
17,400
72
77
57
74
77
4,778
24
7
-0
5,821
7,195
43
2.9
31
5
8,936
47
54
46
67
70
0.4
18
3
1
0.5
0.6
8
2.5
27
5
11,310
46
35
27
76
78
962
33
9
-1
1,318
1,923
59
4.3
41
4
2,424
32
36
32
61
64
6
2,500
20
50
47
66
69
28.4
22
7
33.3
36.4
33
2.3
31
1,203
36
10
-1
1,681
2,527
57
4.7
41
4
4,802
41
35
30
59
62
203.4
30
7
-1
265.6
344.0
67
3.7
36
4
5,350
35
66
67
974
37
11
-0
1,388
2,128
62
5.0
43
3
3,606
39
31
26
57
59
21.2
16
-4
21.9
21.2
8
2.1
25
8
11,480
18
68
52
72
78
229
29
6
-1
293
400
29
3.4
32
5
9,798
51
52
46
69
73
633
19
7
-0
730
824
27
2.4
27
6
11,298
48
62
54
68
73
40.8
26
5
0
50.6
63.2
21
3.1
29
14,280
71
57
48
73
78
0.4
16
3
2
0.5
0.5
8
1.9
23
4

77

77
81
93.5
31
6
-1
121.6
168.8
22
3.5
31
10,690
43
58
57
70
73
15.8
24
6
-2
19.0
22.5
26
2.6
32
4
3,290
21
56
39
61
66
6.3
20
5
-10
7.4
8.4
23
2.4
30
5
15,140
79
42
20
69
75
259.4
20
7
-1
305.7
359.8
30
2.5
28
5
10,680
54
61
60
69
73
34.7
6
-2
38.1
38.8
24
2.4
25
6
7,680
60
67
57
73
75
7.1
26
7
-3
8.7
10.4
55
3.0
35
4
5,380
39
50
42
65
68
42.1
37
8
61.7
105.0
51
5.2
43
3
4,080
34
12
12
61
64
30.8
17
5
2
36.1
40.7
6
2.0
25
6
26,140
75
49
32
72
77
11.3
20
7
-1
13.1
14.9
17
2.4
24
8
11,060
68
62
50
73
52.4
19
8
-1
58.1
61.3
61
2.3
28
5

34
46
46
64
68
0.6
18
6
8
0.7
0.9
35
2.1
26
3
81

67
71
102.6
23
7
124.0
148.7
22
2.8
32
5
8,900
44
55
38
65
72
359
39
11
-1
515
800
64
5.4
44
3
4,135
45
18
13
55
56
5.6
8
4
8
6.3
6.6
1.7
1.2
15
12
81,190
100
62
55
80
85
10.8
36
9
-0
16.6
24.0
66
4.7
45
3
2,100
44
18
12
58
61
65.3
12
8
-1
66.8
63.3
10
1.6
18
11
15,210
50
79
77
72
79
19.0
41
10
28.2
47.0
65
5.7
49
3
1,640
30
21
20
57
60
1.3
37
7
-9
1.6
2.3
45
5.7
42
6
3,820
33
22
21
67
70
0.5
21
5
-4
0.6
0.7
19
2.3
28
6,390
66
61
57
71
80
92.7
16
7
1
103.2
108.2
15
2.1
24
7
5,690
34
76
57
71
76
23.9
37
13
0
33.0
50.1
69
4.9
42
3
3,240
54
18
12
51
53
1,614
12
7
-0
1,643
1,554
10
1.6
17
12
17,048
60
82
81
75
79
2.1
41
9
-1
3.2
5.1
45
5.6
46
2
1,580
9
8
59
62
1,378.0
12
7
-0
1,411.2
1,343.9
11
1.6
17
10
14,160
56
75
78
85
84
28.2
33
8
-1
37.1
50.4
41
4.2
39
5
4,070
54
35
29
60
63
7.4
8
6
6
8.0
8.2
1.4
1.2
11
16
57,650
100
75
72
81
87
11.2
37
10
-0
18.3
27.5
67
5.1
43
3
1,120
37
6
5
58
59
0.7
11
3
9
0.7
0.8
1.1
12
9
120,890
100

80
86
2
1.9
37
12
-1
2.5
3.6
88
4.9
43
3
1,450
49
16
14
54
57
125.3
8
10
0
116.7
100.6
1.9
1.5
13
27
38,870
94
80
87
54
44
4.6
35
9
-1
6.4
9.4
54
4.7
42
3
720
50
20
19
60
62
25.1
15
9
-0
26.7
27.0
25
2.0
21
10

61
71
65
66
74
17.3
44
13
-3
26.1
43.6
56
6.0
47
3
2,360
40
16
15
54
54
50.8
9
5
0
52.2
48.1
3.0
1.2
14
14
34,700
82
79
86
80
70
4.2
31
8
-1
5.7
8.0
72
4.2
40
3
3,710
60
11
10
62
65
3.1
27
6
0
3.8
4.6
15
3.1
27
4
11,070
67
55
48
65
75
19.7
49
9
-0
34.3
68.9
56
7.6
50
3
950
22
14
12
61
62
23.5
9
7
0
23.3
20.5
4.0
1.2
14
13

77

77
83
71
186.5
39
13
-0
261.9
397.5
69
5.5
43
3
5,800
48
15
10
53
53
740
11
11
2
744
728
5
1.6
16
17
32,614
74
71
61
75
81
14.8
38
6
-1
21.6
34.4
39
5.0
44
4
2,390
45
23
21
65
68
506
10
10
3
518
515
4
1.6
16
19
37,646
75
72
65
78
83
6.6
37
14
-1
8.9
12.6
89
4.9
42
3
1,560
40
17
16
50
52
103
12
9
3
112
120
4
1.8
18
17
42,265
81
81
78
79
83
7.5
36
-0
10.9
17.4
47
4.7
42
3
1,320
38
20
17
59
61
0.2
10
8
4
0.2
0.2
2.9
1.6
15
16

32

80
85
394
36
9
-1
561
844
51
4.8
43
3
2,019
26
40
37
60
64
5.7
10
9
9
6.2
6.3
3.5
1.7
17
19
47,810
88

79
82
11.1
42
10
0
17.2
30.4
63
6.1
46
2
730
12
32
30
58
61
1.3
11
12
2
1.3
1.2
2.4
1.6
16
19
27,510
69
63
58
72
82
0.8
33
7
-3
1.0
1.4
36
4.3
40
3
1,430
28
19
14
62
65
5.5
10
10
2
5.8
5.9
1.7
1.6
16
20
40,840
84
77
75
78
85
0.9
25
9
-3
1.1
1.2
53
3.2
33
4

77
19
18
60
64
12
7
3
0.4
0.4
2.0
1.8
20
14
46,120
94

81
84
0.3
5.4
34
-5
7.3
10.4
43
4.2
43
3

23
8
7
62
66
4.7
14
6
-3
5.1
5.7
3.1
1.9
22
13
46,410
63
65
61
79
83
101.7
30
7
-0
132.9
168.6
47
4.2
41
3
1,620
20
37
36
62
66
2.0
11
14
-4
1.6
1.5
4.2
1.6
15
19
24,220
68
68
56
69
80
45.4
31
7
-0
63.7
88.2
39
3.9
42
3
3,060
26
66
63
60
65
2.9
11
14
-8
2.7
2.4
4.1
1.6
15
19
26,660
67
63
50
69
80
23.7
33
7
0
32.9
47.1
36
4.3
41
3
1,400
35
40
33
64
67
5.2
11
8
6
5.9
6.6
2.4
1.7
18
16
64,590
81
88
82
80
84
17.2
34
10
-0
23.4
32.2
42
4.4
40
4
1,140
16
59
58
62
64
9.9
12
9
8
11.5
12.6
2.5
1.8
17
20
47,390
86
75
65
80
84
1.3
10
8
-1
1.2
1.1
13.6
1.4
20
9
19,290
41
76
39
71
78
65.6
12
9
3
71.0
77.0
3.9
1.8
18
17
40,550
83
84
84
79
83
0.2
33
3
-0
0.3
0.5
4
4.0
44
3

47

75
78
193
10
10
8
201
205
3
1.7
16
19
46,052
79
71
68
79
84
27.2
45
14
0
41.9
74.4
81
5.9
45
3
1,170
32
12
11
52
56
8.8
10
10
13
9.2
9.7
3.0
1.5
14
18
47,510
66
70
68
79
84
0.8
17
5
-7
1.0
1.1
7
2.5
24
10

95
67
64
77
11.3
11
10
4
12.0
12.8
3.5
1.7
17
18
44,100
98
70
69
79
84
11.9
34
7
-1
16.4
23.6
32
4.2
41
3
1,720
29
53
48
62
66
64.6
12
9
1
68.5
72.3
3.5
1.9
18
18
40,470
80
76
74
79
85
0.09
17
7
0.1
0.1
13.4
2.4
22
8
25,760
54

70
79
82.6
9
11
14
83.3
81.0
3.3
1.5
13
21
48,260
75
66
62
78
83
11.1
44
12
-6
16.5
27.0
76
6.4
47
3

40
15
1
54
57
0.04
10
7
4
0.04
0.04
3.3
1.6
15
16

14

81
84
12.7
37
12
10
17.8
25.9
74
6.7
42
3
1,630
19
4
1
55
57
0.6
11
7
20
0.7
0.7
3.2
1.5
16
14
70,750
90

80
85
54.2
37
-1
81.5
134.8
43
5.2
45
3
2,620
30
38
32
64
66
0.04
7
6
21
0.04
0.05 20 53

1.5
13
24

100
POPULATION

SHEET 13

See
notes on
page
2016 WORLD
DATA
36.6
43
10
-4
58.1
101.5
5.8
48
3
1,780
20
34
30
62
64
17.0
10
9
3
17.8
18.1
3.6
1.7
17
18
48,400
90
69
67
80
83
15.9
43
13
-0
24.1
41.0
52
5.3
46
3
3,700
40
49
45
51
56
8.4
10
8
9
9.5
10.3
3.9
1.5
15
18
61,930
84
82
78
81
85

Ma
Dea
100,0

1,

Lithuania
Norway
Sweden
United Kingdom
WESTERN EUROPE
Austria
Belgium
France
Germany
Liechtenstein
WORLD
Luxembourg
MORE
DEVELOPED
Monaco
LESS
DEVELOPED
Netherlands
LESS
DEVELOPED (Excl. China)
Switzerland
LEAST DEVELOPED
EASTERN
EUROPE
AFRICA
Belarus
SUB-SAHARAN
AFRICA
Bulgaria
NORTHERN
AFRICA
Czech Republic
Algeria
Hungary
Egypt
Moldova
Libya
Poland
Morocco
Romania
Sudang
Russia
Tunisia
Slovakia
Westerng Saharae
Ukraine
WESTERN AFRICA
SOUTHERN
EUROPE
Benin
Albania
Burkina Faso
Andorra
Cape
Verde
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Cte
dIvoire
Croatia
Gambia
Greece
Ghana
Italy
Guinea
Kosovoh
Guinea-Bissau
Macedoniai
Liberia
Malta
Mali
Montenegro
Mauritania
Portugal
Niger
San Marino
Nigeria
Serbia
Senegal
Slovenia
Sierra Leone
Spain
Togo
OCEANIA
EASTERN
Australia AFRICA
Burundi States of Micronesia
Federated
Comoros
Fiji
Djibouti
French Polynesia
Eritrea
Guam
Ethiopia
Kiribati
Kenya
Marshall Islands
Madagascar
Nauru
Malawi
New Caledonia
Mauritius
New Zealand
Mayotte
Palau
Mozambique
Papua
New Guinea
Reunion
Samoa
Rwanda Islands
Solomon
Seychelles
Tonga
Somalia
Tuvalu
South Sudan
Vanuatu
Tanzania
2016
Population Reference Bureau
Uganda
Zambia

2.9
11
14
5.2
11
8
9.9
12
9
65.6
12 HEALTH, 9AND
POPULATION,
193
10
10
8.8
10
10
11.3
11
10
64.6
12
9
Population
Births
Deaths
82.6
9
mid-2016
per 1,000
per11
1,000
(millions)
Population
0.04 Population
10
7
7,418
20
8
0.6
11
7
1,254
11
10
0.04
7
6
6,164
22
7
17.0
10
9
4,778
24
7
8.4
10
8
962
33
9
293
12
13
1,203
36
10
9.5
13
13
974
37
11
7.1
9
15
229
29
6
10.6
11
11
40.8
26
5
9.8
9
13
93.5
31
6
3.6
11
11
6.3
20
5
38.4
10
10
34.7
20
6
19.8
9
12
42.1
37
8
144.3
13
13
11.3
20
7
5.4
10
10
0.6
18
6
42.7
10
14
359
39
11
150
9
10
10.8
36
9
2.9
11
8
19.0
41
10
0.08
9
4
0.5
21
5
3.5
8
9
23.9
37
13
4.2
9
2.1
41
9
10.8
8
10
28.2
33
8
60.6
8
11
11.2
37
10
1.8
17
5
1.9
37
12
2.1
11
10
4.6
35
9
0.4
10
8
17.3
44
13
0.6
12
10
4.2
31
8
10.3
8
11
19.7
49
9
0.03
8
7
186.5
39
13
7.1
9
15
14.8
38
6
2.1
10
10
6.6
37
14
43.3
9
9
7.5
36
9
40
17
7
394
36
9
24.1
13
7
11.1
42
10
23
5
0.1
0.8
33
7
0.9
18
9
0.9
25
9
0.3
16
5
5.4
34
7
0.2
21
5
101.7
30
7
0.1
8
45.4
31
7
0.06
27
4
23.7
33
7
0.01
34
8
17.2
34
10
0.3
17
5
1.3
10
8
4.7
13
7
0.2
33
3
0.02
13
9
27.2
45
14
8.2
28
8
0.8
17
0.2
28
5
11.9
34
7
0.7
30
5
0.09
17
0.1
26
7
11.1
44
12
0.01
25
9
12.7
37
12
0.3
32
5
54.2
37 per
7
Population
Births
Deaths
36.6
43
mid-2016
1,000
per10
1,000
15.9
43
13
(millions)
Population
Population

-8
2.7
2.4
4.1
1.6
15
19
26,660
67
63
50
69
80
6
5.9
6.6
2.4
1.7
18
16
64,590
81
88
82
80
84
8
11.5
12.6
2.5
1.8
17
20
47,390
86
75
65
80
84
3
71.0DATA AND
77.0 ESTIMATES
3.9
1.8 THE18COUNTRIES
17
40,550
83 OF THE
84 WORLD
84
79
83
ENVIRONMENT
FOR
AND REGIONS
8
201
205
3
1.7
16
19
46,052
79
71
68
79
84
13
9.2
9.7
3.0
1.5
14
18
47,510
66
70
68
79
84
GNI
Percent
of Married
4
12.0
12.8
3.5
1.7
17Percent18
44,100
98
70 15-49 Using
69
79
84
per
Capita
Women
Life Expectancy
Net
1
68.5
3.5
1.9
18
40,470
80
76
74c
79
85
of18Population
($US)
Contraception
at Birth (years)
Population 72.3
Migration
Infant
Total
14per
83.3
81.0 Mortality
3.3
1.5
13
21
48,260
75
66
62
78
83
mid-2030
mid-2050
Ages
Ages
Percent
All
Modern
Rate
Fertility
a
(millions)
<15
65+
2015
Urban
Methods
Methods
Males
Females
1,000
Rate
Rate
4
0.04 (millions)
0.04
3.3
1.6b
15
16

14

81
84

8,539
9,869
36
2.5
26
8
15,415
54
62
56
70
74
20
0.7
0.7
3.2
1.5
16
14
70,750
90

80
85
3
1,298
1.7
16
18
39,963
78
70
62
76
82
21
0.04 1,322
0.05
5
1.5
13
24

100

-0
7,241
8,548
39
2.6
28
7
10,214
49
61
55
68
72
90
69
67
80
83
3
17.8
18.1
3.6
1.7
17
18
48,400
-0
5,821
7,195
43
2.9
31
5
8,936
47
54
46
67
70
9
9.5
10.3
3.9
1.5
15
18
61,930
84
82
78
81
85
1,318
1,923
59
4.3
41
4
2,424
32
36
32
61
64
-1
281
261
6
1.6
16
15
21,212
69
69
57
68
78
-1
1,681
2,527
57
4.7
41
4
4,802
41
35
30
59
62
2
9.3
9.1
3.0
1.8
16
14
16,840
78
63
51
68
78
-0
1,388
2,128
62
5.0
43
3
3,606
39
31
26
57
59
-1
6.6
5.8
6.6
1.5
14
20
16,790
73
69
40
71
78
-1
293
400
29
3.4
32
5
9,798
51
52
46
69
73
2
10.8
11.1
2.5
1.6
15
18
30,420
73
86
78
76
82
0
50.6
63.2
21
3.1
29
6
14,280
57
48
73
78
-0
9.7
9.4
4.1
1.4
14
18
24,630
71
81
71
72
79
-1
121.6
168.8
22
3.5
31
4
10,690
43
58
57
70
73
1
3.4
2.8
10
1.3
16
10
5,350
42
60
42
68
76
-10
7.4
8.4
23
2.4
30
5
15,140
79
42
20
69
75
-0
37.3
33.9
4.0
1.3
15
16
25,400
60

74
82
-2
38.1
38.8
24
2.4
25
6
7,680
60
67
57
73
75
-27
17.4
13.9
7.5
1.2
16
15
20,900
55
70
50
72
79
-3
61.7
105.0
51
5.2
43
3
4,080
34
12
12
61
64
2
142.6
136.4
6.5
1.8
17
14
23,790
74
68
55
66
77
-1
13.1
14.9
17
2.4
24
8
11,060
68
62
50
73
77
1
5.4
4.9
5.1
1.4
15
14
28,200
54
80
66
80
8
0.7
0.9
35
2.1
26
3

81

67
71
0
39.1
33.6
8.1
1.5
15
16
7,810
70
68
61
66
76
-1
515
800
64
5.4
44
3
4,135
45
18
13
55
56
0
150
143
4
1.4
15
19
30,960
70
66
48
79
84
-0
16.6
24.0
66
4.7
45
3
2,100
44
18
12
58
61
-6
2.8
2.4
7.1
1.7
18
13
11,140
58
69
10
76
80
-1
28.2
47.0
65
5.7
49
3
1,640
30
21
20
57
60
8
0.08
0.07
3.4
1.2
15
14

85

-4
0.6
0.7
19
2.3
28
6
6,390
66
61
57
71
80
-0
3.3
2.8
6
1.3
15
14
10,610
40
46
12
74
79
0
33.0
50.1
69
4.9
42
3
3,240
54
18
12
51
53
-4
3.9
3.5
5.0
1.5
15
19
21,730
59

74
81
-1
3.2
5.1
45
5.6
46
2
1,580
60
9
8
59
62
1
10.4
9.2
3.8
1.3
15
19
26,790
78
76
46
78
84
-1
37.1
50.4
41
4.2
39
5
4,070
54
35
29
60
63
2
63.5
63.5
3.2
1.4
14
22
35,850
69
63
41
80
85
-0
18.3
27.5
67
5.1
43
3
1,120
37
6
5
58
59
-31
1.8
1.8
12
2.3
24
8
9,840
38
66
14
74
79
-1
2.5
3.6
88
4.9
43
3
1,450
49
16
14
54
57
0
2.1
1.9
9
1.5
17
13
13,570
57
40
13
73
77
-1
6.4
9.4
54
4.7
42
3
720
50
20
19
60
62
7
0.4
0.4
5.7
1.4
14
18
27,390
95
86
46
80
84
-3
26.1
43.6
56
6.0
47
3
2,360
40
16
15
54
54
0.7
0.7
4.6
1.6
18
14
15,890
64
23
74
79
-1
5.7
8.0
72
4.2
40
3
3,710
60
11
10
62
65
9.9
9.1
3.0
1.3
14
20
28,590
64
87
82
77
83
-0
34.3
68.9
56
7.6
50
3
950
22
14
12
61
62
6
0.03
0.03
2.3
1.5
15
18

94

84
89
-0
261.9
397.5
69
5.5
43
3
5,800
48
15
10
53
53
2
6.4
5.3
4.6
1.5
14
18
12,800
60
58
18
73
78
-1
21.6
34.4
39
5.0
44
4
2,390
45
23
21
65
68
0
2.0
1.9
2.1
1.6
15
18
30,830
50
79
63
78
84
8.9
12.6
89
4.9
42
3
1,560
40
17
16
50
52
-1
42.4
39.8
2.8
1.3
15
18
34,490
80
66
62
80
85
-0
10.9
17.4
47
4.7
42
3
1,320
38
20
17
59
61
7
51
66
20
2.3
24
12
32,456
70
62
58
75
80
-1
561
844
51
4.8
43
3
2,019
26
40
37
60
64
9
30.9
41.3
3.4
1.8
19
15
44,570
89
72
68
80
84
0
17.2
30.4
63
6.1
46
2
730
12
32
30
58
61
-14
0.1
0.1
29
3.4
34
4
3,600
22

70
68
72
-3
1.0
1.4
36
4.3
40
3
1,430
28
19
14
62
65
-6
0.9
1.0
14
3.1
29
6
8,700
51
29

67
73
-3
1.1
1.2
53
3.2
33
4

77
19
18
60
64
-0
0.3
0.3
6.0
2.0
24
7
56

75
79
-5
7.3
10.4
43
4.2
43
3

23
8
7
62
66
-6
0.2
0.3
9.4
3.0
26
8
94
67
58
76
82
-0
132.9
168.6
47
4.2
41
3
1,620
20
37
36
62
66
-3
0.1
0.2
45
3.9
35
4
4,150
54
22
18
63
68
-0
63.7
88.2
39
3.9
42
3
3,060
26
66
63
60
65
-17
0.06
0.08
22
4.1
41
2
4,710
74
45
42
71
72
0
32.9
47.1
36
4.3
41
3
1,400
35
40
33
64
67
-8
0.01
0.01
18
3.9
37
13

100
36
23
63
70
-0
23.4
32.2
42
4.4
40
4
1,140
16
59
58
62
64
6
0.3
0.4
4
2.3
24
8

70

74
80
-1
1.2
1.1
13.6
1.4
20
9
19,290
41
76
39
71
78
14
5.3
5.9
4.1
2.0
15
35,680
86
75
72
80
83
-0
0.3
0.5
4
4.0
44
3

47

75
78
0
0.02
0.02
12
2.1
20
6
14,700
87
33
30
70
76
41.9
74.4
81
5.9
45
1,170
32
12
11
52
56
0
10.5
13.9
46
3.7
39
3
2,800
13
32
24
61
65
-7
1.0
1.1
7
2.5
24
10

95
67
64
77
84
-28
0.2
0.2
15
5.1
38
6
5,720
18
27
24
73
76
-1
16.4
23.6
32
4.2
41
3
1,720
29
53
48
62
66
0
0.9
1.2
22
4.0
39
2,180
20
35
27
66
73
1
13.4
2.4
22
8
25,760
54

70
79
-19
0.1
0.1
17
4.1
37
6
5,290
24
34
28
74
78
-6
16.5
27.0
76
6.4
47
3

40
15
1
54
57
-3
0.01
0.01
10
3.6
33
5
5,430
60
30
22
67
72
10
17.8
25.9
74
6.7
42
3
1,630
19
4
1
55
57
0
0.4
0.6
28
4.2
40
4
3,040
26
49
36
72
75
-1
81.5
134.8
43
5.2
45
3
2,620
30
38
32
64
66
Total
Ages
Ages
GNI
per
Percent
All
Modern
Males
Females
Net
mid-2030
mid-2050
Infant
See notes
on
page 20
2016 WORLD
DATA
-4
58.1
101.5
53
5.8
48
3
1,780
20
34 POPULATION
30
62SHEET 14
64
Fertility
<15
65+
Capita
Urban
Methods
Methods
Migration
(millions)
(millions)
Mortality
-0per
24.1
41.0
52 a
5.3b
46
3
3,700
40
49
45
51
56
Rate
($US)
2015
Rate
Rate
Life Expectancy
Population
Percent of
Percent of Married
1,000

Ma
Dea
100,0

1,

Ma

ercent
pulation
Ages
65+
8
18
7
5
4
4
3
5
6
4
5
6
3
8
3
3
3
3
6
3
2
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
3
2
3
4
3
3
3
3
4
9
3
3
10
3
8
3
3
3
3
3

POPULATION, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENT DATA AND ESTIMATES FOR THE COUNTRIES AND REGIONS OF THE WORLD
GNI
per Capita
($US)

Percent of Married
Women 15-49 Using
Contraceptionc
Percent
All
Modern
2015
Urban
Methods
Methods
WORLD
15,415
54
62
56
MORE DEVELOPED
39,963
78
70
62
LESS DEVELOPED
10,214
49
61
55
LESS
(Excl.
8,936DEVELOPED
47
54 China) 46
LEAST
2,424 DEVELOPED
32
36
32
AFRICA
4,802
41
35
30
SUB-SAHARAN
3,606
39 AFRICA
31
26
NORTHERN
AFRICA 52
9,798
51
46
Algeria
14,280
71
57
48
Egypt
10,690
43
58
57
Libya
15,140
79
42
20
Morocco 60
7,680
67
57
Sudan
4,080
34
12
12
11,060
Tunisia
68
62
50
Western
Sahara

81 e

WESTERN
AFRICA
4,135
45
18
13
Benin
2,100
44
18
12
Burkina Faso30
1,640
21
20
Cape Verde 66
6,390
61
57
Cte dIvoire54
3,240
18
12
Gambia
1,580
60
9
8
Ghana
4,070
54
35
29
1,120
Guinea
37
6
5
Guinea-Bissau
1,450
49
16
14
Liberia
720
50
20
19
Mali
2,360
40
16
15
Mauritania 60
3,710
11
10
Niger
950
22
14
12
Nigeria
5,800
48
15
10
2,390
Senegal
45
23
21
Sierra Leone40
1,560
17
16
Togo
1,320
38
20
17
EASTERN
AFRICA
2,019
26
40
37
Burundi
730
12
32
30
Comoros 28
1,430
19
14
Djibouti

77
19
18
Eritrea

23
8
7
Ethiopia
1,620
20
37
36
3,060
Kenya
26
66
63
Madagascar35
1,400
40
33
Malawi
1,140
16
59
58
Mauritius 41
19,290
76
39
Mayotte

47

Mozambique32
1,170
12
11
Reunion

95
67
64
1,720
Rwanda
29
53
48
Seychelles 54
25,760

Somalia

40
15
1
South Sudan19
1,630
4
1
Tanzania
2,620
30
38
32
2016
Population
Uganda
1,780
20 Reference
34 Bureau 30
Zambia
3,700
40
49
45

Maternal
Life Expectancy
Deaths per
at Birth (years)
Births
Population
Births 100,000
Deaths
mid-2016
per 1,000
per 1,000
(millions)
Population
Population
Males
Females
2015
7,418
20
8
70
74
216
1,254
11
10
76
82
12
6,164
22
7
68
72
239
4,778
24
7
67
70
267
962
33
9
61
64
437
1,203
36
10
59
62
490
57
974
59
37
557
11
229
29
6
69
73
126
26
5
7340.8
78
140
31
6
7093.5
73
33
20
59
69 6.3
75
20
6
7334.7
75
121
37
8
6142.1
64
311
7311.3
77
20
62
7
18
67 0.6
71
6
359
39
11
55
56
674
36
9
5810.8
61
405
41
10
5719.0
60
371
21
5
71 0.5
80
42
37
13
5123.9
53
645
41
9
59 2.1
62
706
33
8
6028.2
63
319
5811.2
59
37
679
10
37
12
54 1.9
57
549
35
9
60 4.6
62
725
44
13
5417.3
54
587
31
8
62 4.2
65
602
49
9
6119.7
62
553
186.5
39
13
53
53
814
6514.8
68
38
315
6
37
14
50 6.6
52
1,360
36
9
59 7.5
61
368
394
36
9
60
64
434
42
10
5811.1
61
712
33
7
62 0.8
65
335
25
9
60 0.9
64
229
34
7
62 5.4
66
501
101.7
30
7
62
66
353
6045.4
65
31
510
7
33
7
6423.7
67
353
34
10
6217.2
64
634
10
8
71 1.3
78
53
33
75 0.2
78
3
45
14
5227.2
56
489
17
77 0.8
84
5
6211.9
66
34
290
7
17
70 0.09
79
7
44
12
5411.1
57
732
37
12
5512.7
57
789
37
7
6454.2
66
398
43
10
6236.6
64
343
56
43
13
5115.9
224

Percent
Carbon Emissions
Net Ages 15-49
With HIV/AIDS Population
(million metric
tons)
Migration
Infant
mid-2030 mid-2050 Mortality
Rate
per Females
Males
a
(millions)
(millions)
1,000
Rate
2015
2015
1992
2013

8,539
9,869
36

6,110
9,776
1,298
1,322
5
3

3,730
3,556
-0
7,241
8,548
39

2,169
5,678
-0
5,821
7,195
43

1,424
2,870
-1
1,318
1,923
59
1.6
2.2
20
76
-1
1,681
2,527
57
3.2
4.7
189
346
4.0
-0
1,388
6.0
2,128
124
62
209
-1
293
400
29
0.1
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Percent of
Percent of Total
Percent of
GNI
Percent
Population
Energy Consumption
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Landof Married
Percent
per
Capita
Women 15-49 Using
With Access
to
From
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Population Life Expectancy
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Area Status
Total Electricity
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Square at Birth (years)
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Percent
All
Modern
Fertility Ages
Kilometer
<15
65+
2015
Urban 2014
Methods
Methods
Males
Females
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2013
of Arable Land
2.5 8526
8
15,415
54
56 526
70
74
18
1562
1.7 10016
18
39,963
78
62 238
76
82

1470
2.6 8128
7
10,214
49
55 697
68
72

1661
2.9 7531
5
8,936
47
46 614
67
70

1554
4.3 3441
4
2,424
32
32 550
61
64

1336
4.7 4541
4
4,802
41
30 514
59
62

1435
5.0 3543
3
3,606

39
1631
26 502
57
59
3.4 8832
5
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51
46 571
69
73

652
3.1 10029
6
14,280
71
48 545
73
78
0
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3.5 10031
4
10,690
43
573,415
70
73
5
1158
2.4 10030
5
15,140
79
20 368
69
75
2
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2.4 10025
6
7,680
60
57 431
73
75
11
3467
5.2 3343
3
4,080
34
12 245
61
64
64
212
2.4 10024
8
11,060
13
68
562
50 396
73
77
2.1
3

81

67
71
26

0
5.4 4744
3
4,135
45
13 421
55
56

1318
4.7 3845
3
2,100
44
12 400
58
61
51
2818
5.7 1349
3
1,640
30
20 306
57
60
80
1521
2.3 7128
6
6,390
66
57 961
71
80
21
361
4.9 5642
3
3,240
54
12 823
51
53
74
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5.6 3546
2
1,580
60
8 474
59
62
49
49
4.2 6439
5
4,070
54
29 601
60
63
49
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5.1 2643
3
1,120
76
37
29 6
5 361
58
59
4.9 6143
3
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49
14 629
54
57
89
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3
50
19 923
60
62
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320
6.0 2647
3
2,360
40
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54
54
84
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3
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60
10 926
62
65
33
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61
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3
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48
10 549
53
53
86
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4
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51
45
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21 455
65
68
4.9 1442
3
1,560
40
16 415
50
52
80
1117
4.7 3142
3
1,320
38
17 283
59
61
73
2520
4.8 2243
3
2,019
26
37 575
60
64

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30 925
58
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3
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77
18
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64
34
119
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23
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62
66
80
58
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3
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20
36 673
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3
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79
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70
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1
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40
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54
57
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57
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30
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5.8 1848
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1,780
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51
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1,620
20
37
36
Kenya
3,060
26
66
63
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1,400
40
33
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1,140
16
59
58
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19,290
76
39
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47

GNI
Percent
of Married
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32
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95
67
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48
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25,760
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2015
Methods
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40
15
1
15,415
54
62
56
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1,630
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4
1
39,963
70
62
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2,620
30
38
32
10,214
49
61
55
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1,780
20
34
30
8,936
47
54
46
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3,700
40
49
45
2,424
32
36
32
Zimbabwe 41
1,700
33
66
66
4,802
35
30
MIDDLE
2,617
47
21
11
3,606 AFRICA
39
31
26
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6,450
62
18
12
9,798
51
52
46
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3,080
34
21
14,280
71
57
48
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600 African
40
15
9
10,690
43 Republic
58
57
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2,110
22
6
5
15,140
79
42
20
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6,300
65
30
18
7,680
60
67
57
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720 Dem.
42
8
4,080
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12
12
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16,450
40
13
10
11,060
68
62
50
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18,810
87
31
19

81

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3,160
67 Principe18
41
37
4,135
45
13
SOUTHERN
AFRICA
12,404
62
60
59
2,100
44
18
12
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15,600
53
51
1,640
30
21
20
Lesotho
3,160
27
60
60
6,390
66
61
57
Namibia
10,380
47
56
55
3,240
54
18
12
South Africa65
12,830
60
60
1,580
60
9
8
Swaziland 21
8,040
66
66
4,070
54
35
29
AMERICAS
30,077
80
73
68
1,120
37
6
5
NORTHERN
AMERICA74
55,179
81
68
1,450
49
16
14
43,970
82
72
Canada
74
720
50
20
19
56,430
81
74
68
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2,360
40
16
15
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14,512
80
67
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11 CARIBBEAN
10
CENTRAL
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14,896
74
72
65
950
22
14
12
7,880
45
55
52
Belize
5,800
48
15
10
14,880
77
76
75
Costa Rica 45
2,390
23
21
8,220
67
72
68
El Salvador 40
1,560
17
16
7,510
52
61
49
Guatemala 38
1,320
20
17
4,740
55
73
64
Honduras 26
2,019
40
37
17,150
79
72
66
Mexico
730
12
32
30
5,050
80
76
Nicaragua 59
1,430
28
19
14
20,710
67
63
60
Panama

77
19
18
CARIBBEAN

70
62
58
23
8
7
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22,220
24

1,620
36
Bahamas 26
22,930
83

3,060
66
63
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15,930
32
59
55
1,400
40
33
Cuba

77
74
72
1,140
16
59
58
Curaao

89

19,290
41
76
39
Dominica
10,420
70

47

Dominican Republic
13,570
79
70
68
1,170
32
12
11
Grenada
12,520
36

95
67
64
Guadeloupe

98

1,720
29
53
48
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1,760
59
34
31
25,760
54

Jamaica
8,860
55
72
68

40
15
1
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89

1,630
19
4
1
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24,030
99
84
72
2,620
38
32
23,700
2016
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32 Reference
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1,780
20
34
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10,820
18
56
52
3,700
49
45

101.7
30
7
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132.9
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3
1,620
20
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62
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66
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29,630
8
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36
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14,628
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92
55
53
3,606
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9,798
51
52
46
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6,840
68
61
35
9,798
51
52
46
14,280
71
57
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15,020
86
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77
14,280
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57
48
10,690
43
58
57
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21,740
83
64

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58
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79
42
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13,520
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42
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7,680
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11,190
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8,670
60
79
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4,135
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11,960
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52
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16,870
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20,360
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77
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6,390
66
61
57
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17,730
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66
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57
3,240
54
18
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11,969
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59
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10,800
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25,602
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54
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1,120
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8,720
64
55
27
1,120
37
6
5
1,450
49
16
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17,140
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14
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39,140
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62
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2,360
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16
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30,840
67

2,360
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16
15
3,710
60
11
10
Georgia
9,410
54
53
35
3,710
60
11
10
950
22
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12
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14,850
70
52
34
950
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14
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5,800
48
15
10
Israel
34,940
92

5,800
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15
10
2,390
45
23
21
Jordan
10,740
84
61
42
2,390
45
23
21
1,560
40
17
16
Kuwait
79,970
98
52
39
1,560
40
17
16
1,320
38
20
17
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14,120
88
58
34
1,320
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20
17
2,019
26
40
37
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37,340
75
30
19
2,019
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5,070
75
57
44
730
12
32
30
1,430
28
19
14
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140,720
99
38
34
1,430
28
14
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19
18
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54,730
83
24

77
19
18

23
8
7
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58
54
38

23
8
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1,620
20
37
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19,360
73
74
47
1,620
20
37
36
3,060
63
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Emirates 66
70,570
86
28
24
3,060
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1,400
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33
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3,660
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29
1,400 CENTRAL
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6,326
35
54
46
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19,290
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76
39
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10,898
40
54
50
19,290
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47

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24,260
53
51
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47

1,170
32
12
11
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3,300
36
42
40
1,170
32
12
11

95
67
64
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3,320
26
28
26

95
67
64
1,720
29
53
48
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15,760
50
48
46
1,720
29
53
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25,760
54

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6,110
65
59
25,760
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6,155
54
46

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1,630
19
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1,990
27
22
20
1,630
19
4
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2,620
30
38
32
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3,550
62
54
2016
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2,620
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1,780
20
34
30
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7,610
39
66
1,780
20
34
30
3,700
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45
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6,020
33
54
47

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5
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11
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12
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10
3
14
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4
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17
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18
3
18
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21
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14
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24
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18
3
18

3,660
Yemen
35
34
29
SOUTH
6,326 CENTRAL
35
ASIA
54
46
10,898
CENTRAL ASIA
40
54
50
24,260
Kazakhstan 53
51
50
3,300
Kyrgyzstan 36
42
40
3,320
Tajikistan
26
28
26
GNI
Percent
of Married
15,760
Turkmenistan
50
48 15-49 Using
46
per
Capita
Women
6,110
Uzbekistan 36
65
59c
($US)
Contraception
SOUTH
6,155 ASIA
35
54
46
Percent
All
Modern
1,990
Afghanistan
27
22
20
2015
Urban
Methods
Methods
3,550
Bangladesh 54
34
54
15,415
62
56
7,610
Bhutan
39
66
65
39,963
78
70
62
6,020
India
33
54
47
10,214
49
61
55
17,400
Iran
72
77
57
8,936
47
54
46
11,310
Maldives 32
46
35
27
2,424
36
32
2,500
Nepal
20
50
47
4,802
41
35
30
5,350
Pakistan
39
35
26
3,606
31
11,480
Sri Lanka 51
18
68
52
9,798
52
46
11,298
SOUTHEAST48
ASIA
62
54
14,280
71
57
48
Brunei

77

10,690
43
58
57
3,290
Cambodia 21
56
39
15,140
79
42
20
10,680
Indonesia 54
61
60
7,680
60
67
57
5,380
Laos
39
50
42
4,080
34
12
12
26,140
Malaysia
75
49
32
11,060
68
62
50
Myanmar

34
46
46
81

8,900
Philippines 45
44
55
38
4,135
18
13
81,190
Singapore 100
62
55
2,100
44
18
12
15,210
Thailand
50
79
77
1,640
30
21
20
3,820
Timor-Leste 33
22
21
6,390
66
61
57
5,690
Vietnam
34
76
57
3,240
54
18
12
17,048
EAST
82
81
1,580ASIA 60
9
8
14,160
56
China
85
84
4,070
54
35
29
f
57,650
100
75
72
China, Hong
Kong SAR
1,120
37
6
5
120,890
100

China, Macao
1,450
49SARf 16
14
38,870
94
Japan
54
44
720
50
20
19

61
71
65
Korea,
North40
2,360
16
15
34,700
82
Korea, South60
80
70
3,710
11
10
11,070
67
55
48
Mongolia
950
22
14
12

77

Taiwan
71
5,800
48
15
10
32,614
EUROPE
74
71
61
2,390
45
23
21
37,646
EUROPEAN
75
UNION 72
65
1,560
40
17
16
42,265
NORTHERN
81
EUROPE 81
78
1,320
38
20
17
Channel

Islands
32

2,019
26
40
37
47,810
Denmark
88

730
12
32
30
27,510
Estonia
69
63
58
1,430
28
19
14
40,840
Finland
84
77
75

77
19
18
46,120
94

Iceland

23
8
7
46,410
Ireland
63
65
61
1,620
20
37
36
24,220
Latvia
68
68
56
3,060
26
66
63
26,660
Lithuania 35
67
63
50
1,400
40
33
64,590
Norway
81
88
82
1,140
16
59
58
47,390
Sweden
86
75
65
19,290
41
76
39
40,550
United
Kingdom
83
84
84

47

46,052
WESTERN
EUROPE
79
71
68
1,170
32
12
11
47,510
Austria
66
70
68

95
67
64
44,100
Belgium
98
70
69
1,720
29
53
48
40,470
France
80
76
74
25,760
54

48,260
Germany
75
66
62

40
15
1
Liechtenstein

14

1,630
19
4
1
70,750
Luxembourg90

2,620
30
38
32
2016
Monaco
Population
100
Bureau 30

1,780
20 Reference
34
48,400
Netherlands40
90
69
67
3,700
49
45
61,930
Switzerland 84
82
78

6327.5
67
33
385
7
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3.9
43 6.9
4.2 4840
3
3,660
1
35
134
292,200
63
1,929
67
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171
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2,563
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5
6,326

35
654
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67
68
70
75
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33
6 AND 0.3
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0.1
82
118
96AND ESTIMATES
32
122
2.7
100
29 COUNTRIES
5
10,898
AND REGIONS
40
554 THE WORLD
50 184
68
POPULATION,
HEALTH,
ENVIRONMENT
DATA
FOR
THE
OF
6817.8
77
23
12
8
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20.5
73.6
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1
53
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4
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22
36
742
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67
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Percent of Total
Percent of
66 8.6
73
31
32
6
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0.2
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10035
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3,320
58
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2228Land
261,005
66
Maternal
62
70
21
42
8 per

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6.2
9.0
6.6 Emissions
4518.2
2.2
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348
46
280
62
Life5.4
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Deaths
Percent
Carbon
With100
Access
Renewable
Population
71
76
23
36
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36.2
30.4
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28.2
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10029
5
6,110
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365
59
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100,000
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2,467
280
43
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5
6,155

35
754
46
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67
Males
Females
Kilometer
5933.4
62
37
396
8
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1
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45.5
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68
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4344
2
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11
27
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2015
2015
2015
1992
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71
162.9
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26,660
Lithuania 67
63
50
64,590
Norway
81
88
82
47,390
Sweden
86
75
65
40,550
United Kingdom
83
84
84
46,052
WESTERN EUROPE
79
71
68
47,510
Austria
66
70
68
GNI
Percent
of Married
44,100
Belgium
98
70 15-49 Using
69
per
Capita
Women
40,470
France
80
76
74c
($US)
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48,260
Germany Percent
75
66
62
All
Modern
Liechtenstein

14

2015
Urban
Methods
Methods
70,750
Luxembourg54
90

15,415
62
56
Monaco

100

39,963
78
70
62
48,400
Netherlands49
90
69
67
10,214
61
55
61,930
Switzerland 47
84
82
78
8,936
54
46
21,212
EASTERN
EUROPE
69
69
57
2,424
32
36
32
16,840
Belarus
78
63
51
4,802
41
35
30
16,790
Bulgaria
73
69
40
3,606
39
31
26
30,420
Czech Republic
73
86
78
9,798
51
52
46
24,630
Hungary
71
81
71
14,280
57
48
5,350
Moldova 42
60
42
10,690
43
58
57
25,400
Poland
60

15,140
79
42
20
20,900
Romania
55
70
50
7,680
60
67
57
23,790
Russiag
74
68
55
4,080
34
12
12
28,200
Slovakia
54
80
66
11,060
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62
50
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7,810
Ukraine
70
68
61

81

30,960
SOUTHERN
70
EUROPE 66
48
4,135
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13
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Albania
58
69
10
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85

1,640
30
21
20
10,610
Bosnia-Herzegovina
40
46
12
6,390
66
61
57
21,730
Croatia
59

3,240
54
18
12
26,790
Greece
78
76
46
1,580
60
9
8
35,850
Italy
69
63
41
4,070
54
35
29
9,840
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38
66
14
1,120
37
6
5
13,570
Macedoniai 49
57
40
13
1,450
16
14
27,390
Malta
95
86
46
720
50
20
19
15,890
Montenegro40
64
23
2,360
16
15
28,590
Portugal
64
87
82
3,710
60
11
10
San

950Marino 94
22
14
12
12,800
Serbia
60
58
18
5,800
48
15
10
30,830
Slovenia
50
79
63
2,390
45
23
21
34,490
Spain
80
66
62
1,560
40
17
16
32,456
OCEANIA
70
62
58
1,320
38
20
17
44,570
Australia 26
89
72
68
2,019
40
37
3,600
22 of Micronesia

70
Federated
States
730
12
32
30
8,700
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51
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1,430
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19
14
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Polynesia
56

77
19
18
Guam
94
67
58

23
8
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54
22
18
1,620
20
37
36
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74
45
42
3,060
26
66
63
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100
36
23
1,400
35
40
33
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70

1,140
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59
58
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86
75
72
19,290
76
39
14,700
Palau
87
33
30

47

2,800
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13
32
24
1,170
32
12
11
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18
27
24

95
67
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20
35
27
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53
48
5,290
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24
34
28
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5,430
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60
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15
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26
49
36
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1,780
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3,700
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F O C U S O N H U M A N N E E D S A N D S U S TA I N A B L E R E S O U R C E S

NOTES
() Indicates data unavailable or inapplicable.
A date range indicates the most recent data point during that time period.
a Infant deaths per 1,000 live births. Rates shown with decimals indicate
national statistics reported as completely registered, while those
without are estimates from the sources cited on the reverse. Rates
shown in italics are based on fewer than 100 annual infant deaths, so
the figure is estimated from an average of the previous three years.
b Average number of children born to a woman during her lifetime.
c Data prior to 2010 are shown in italics.
d Renewable sources include hydroelectric power.
e The status of Western Sahara is disputed by Morocco.

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f Special Administrative Region.


g Does not include the population of Crimea, estimated at 2.3 million.
The population is included in the regional total for Eastern Europe.
h Kosovo declared independence from Serbia on Feb. 17, 2008.
Serbia has not recognized Kosovos independence.
i The former Yugoslav Republic.
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Acknowledgments, Notes, Sources, and Definitions


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The authors gratefully acknowledge the valuable assistance
of PRB senior consultant, Carl Haub; PRB staff members
John May, Kelvin Pollard, Nicole LaGrone, Amanda
Lee, and Matthew Rigsby; and staff of the International
Programs Center of the U.S. Census Bureau; the United
Nations (UN) Population Division; and the Institut
national detudes dmographiques (INED), Paris, in the
preparation of this years World Population Data Sheet.
This publication is funded by the William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation,
the U.S. Agency for International Development (PACE
Project, No. AID-0AA-A-16-00002), and supporters.
The contents are the responsibility of the Population
Reference Bureau and do not necessarily reflect the
views of USAID or the United States government.
NOTES
The Data Sheet lists all geopolitical entities with
populations of 150,000 or more and all members of
the UN. These include sovereign states, dependencies,
overseas departments, and some territories whose status
or boundaries may be undetermined or in dispute. More
developed regions, following the UN classification,
comprise all of Europe and North America, plus Australia,
Japan, and New Zealand. All other regions and countries
are classified as less developed. The least developed
countries consist of 48 countries with especially low
incomes, high economic vulnerability, and poor human
development indicators; 34 of these countries are in subSaharan Africa, 13 in Asia, and one in the Caribbean.
The criteria and list of countries, as defined by the UN,
can be found at http://unohrlls.org/about-ldcs/.
Sub-Saharan Africa: All countries of Africa except
the northern African countries of Algeria, Egypt, Libya,
Morocco, Sudan, Tunisia, and Western Sahara.
World and Regional Totals: Regional population
totals are independently rounded and include small
countries or areas not shown. Regional and world rates
and percentages are weighted averages of countries
for which data are available. Regional averages are
shown when data or estimates are available for at
least three-quarters of the regions population.
World Population Data Sheets from different years should
not be used as a time series. Fluctuations in values from
year to year often reflect revisions based on new data or
estimates rather than actual changes in levels. Additional
information on likely trends and consistent time series
can be obtained from PRB, and are also available from
UN and U.S. Census Bureau publications and websites.
SOURCES
The rates and figures are primarily compiled from the
following sources: official country statistical yearbooks,
bulletins, and websites; the UN Demographic Yearbook,
2014; and Population and Vital Statistics Report of the UN

Statistics Division; World Population Prospects: The 2015


Revision of the UN Population Division; and the International
Data Base of the International Programs Center, U.S.
Census Bureau. Other sources include recent demographic
surveys such as the Demographic and Health Surveys,
Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys, Performance and
Monitoring Accountability (PMA) 2020 Surveys, special
studies, and direct communication with demographers
and statistical bureaus in the United States and abroad.
Specific data sources may be obtained by contacting the
authors of the 2016 World Population Data Sheet. For
countries with complete registration of births and deaths,
rates are those most recently reported. For more developed
countries, nearly all vital rates refer to 2015 or 2014.
DEFINITIONS
Mid-2016 Population
Estimates are based on a recent census, official national
data, or PRB, UN, and U.S. Census Bureau projections. The
effects of refugee movements, large numbers of foreign
workers, and population shifts due to contemporary political
events are taken into account to the extent possible.
Birth and Death Rate
The annual number of births and deaths per 1,000 total
population. These rates are often referred to as crude
rates since they do not take a populations age structure
into account. Thus, crude death rates in more developed
countries with a relatively large proportion of highmortality older population are often higher than those in
less developed countries with lower life expectancy.
Net Migration
The estimated rate of net immigration (immigration minus
emigration) per 1,000 population for a recent year based
upon the official national rate or derived as a residual
from estimated birth, death, and population growth rates.
Migration rates can vary substantially from year to year for
any particular country, as can the definition of an immigrant.
Projected Population, 2030 and 2050
Projected populations based on reasonable assumptions
on the future course of fertility, mortality, and migration.
Projections are based on official country projections, series
issued by the UN or the U.S. Census Bureau, or PRB projections.
Infant Mortality Rate
The annual number of deaths of infants under age 1 per
1,000 live births. Rates shown with decimals indicate
national statistics reported as completely registered,
while those without are estimates from the sources cited
above. Rates shown in italics are based upon fewer than
100 annual infant deaths and, as a result, are subject
to considerable yearly variability; rates shown for such
countries are averages for a multiple-year period.

Total Fertility Rate


The average number of children a woman would
have assuming that current age-specific birth rates
remain constant throughout her childbearing years
(usually considered to be ages 15 to 49).
Population Under Age 15/Age 65+
The percentage of the total population in those ages,
which are often considered the dependent ages.
GNI PPP per Capita, 2015 (US$)
GNI PPP per capita is gross national income in purchasing
power parity (PPP) divided by mid-year population. GNI PPP
refers to gross national income converted to international
dollars using a purchasing power parity conversion factor.
PPP adjusts exchange rates to relative purchasing power
in different countries, providing a more accurate basis of
comparison for GNI. Data are from the World Bank.
Percent Urban
Percentage of the total population living in areas
termed urban by that country or by the UN.
Countries define urban in many different ways, from
population centers of 100 or more dwellings to only the
population living in national and provincial capitals.
Contraceptive Use
The percentage of currently married or in union
women of reproductive age who are currently using
any form of contraception. Modern methods include
clinic and supply methods such as the pill, IUD,
condom, and sterilization. Data are from the most
recently available national-level surveys, such as
Demographic and Health Surveys, Reproductive Health
Surveys, Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys, PMA 2020
Surveys, regional survey programs, national surveys,
and the UN Population Division World Contraceptive
Use 2015. Data prior to 2010 are shown in italics.
Life Expectancy at Birth
The average number of years a newborn infant can
expect to live under current mortality rates.
Maternal Deaths per 100,000 Births
Maternal deaths in a time period divided by the number of
live births in the same period, expressed per 100,000 live
births. A maternal death is defined by the World Health
Organization (WHO) as the death of a woman while
pregnant or within 42 days of the termination of pregnancy,
irrespective of the duration and site of the pregnancy,
from any cause to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its
management but not from accidental or incidental causes.
Data are from the 2015 report Trends in Maternal Mortality:
1990 to 2015 that compiles estimates by WHO, UNICEF,
UNFPA, the World Bank, and the UN Population Division.

HIV Prevalence
The proportion of the population living with HIV regardless
of the time of infection, knowledge of the infection,
or stage of the disease. Data are from UNAIDS.
Carbon Emissions (Million Metric Tons)
Total carbon emissions from fossil-fuel burning,
cement production, and gas flaring. Emissions
are expressed in million metric tons of carbon (not
CO2). Data are from the Carbon Dioxide Information
Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Population With Access to Electricity
Percentage of total population with access to electricity.
Modelled by Sustainable Energy for All using data from
nationally representative household surveys and government
agencies. The model assumes universal access in
countries classified as more developed by the UN.
Renewables as Percent of Total
Energy Consumption
Percentage of final consumption of energy that is derived
from renewable resources. It is calculated by dividing
consumption of energy from all renewable sources by total
final energy consumption. Renewable energy consumption
includes consumption of energy derived from: hydro, solid
biofuels, wind, solar, liquid biofuels, biogas, geothermal,
marine, and waste. Total final energy consumption is
calculated from national balances and statistics as total
final consumption minus nonenergy use. Data are from the
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development/
International Energy Agency and the World Bank.
Percent of Terrestrial Land Protected
Percentage of terrestrial land under protected area status.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature defines
a protected area asa clearly defined geographical space,
recognized, dedicated, and managed, through legal or other
effective means, to achieve the long-term conservation of
nature with associated ecosystem services and cultural
values. Terrestrial areaincludes total land area and inland
waters. Data are calculated from the World Database
on Protected Areas, as presented by mdgs.un.org.
Population per Square Kilometer
of Arable Land
The mid-year 2016 population divided by the square
kilometers of arable land. Arable land is defined by the
UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to include
the land under temporary agricultural crops (multiplecropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows
for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen
gardens, and land temporarily fallow (less than five
years). Data for the percent of land that is arable and
the square kilometers in a country are from the FAO.

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