Myanmar Population 2014People of Myanmar 2014
Myanmar 2014 census (2014 census) was conducted at midnight.
Myanmar 2014 Census - The Union Report - Census Report Volume 2-B[DE/MY] - Myanmar
Myanmar's last ever Myanmar Population Survey was in 2014. A de facto method was used for the enumeration, listing, with a few exemptions, the people in their place of residence on 29 March 2014 (Census Night). After more than three decade-long years, this was the last ever survey carried out in 1983 and 1973.
Besides the provision of benchmarks on population and household demographics and socio-economic features, populations councils are an excellent source of information for smallgeographics. This disaggregate information is essential for EU and sub-national level policy-making. It also provides information for monitoring and reporting on domestic and multinational commitment to develop, among them NDPs, Sustainable Develoment Goals (SDGs) and the Intergovernmental Conference on Population and the Programme for Population Growth (ICPD-PoA).
So far, the results of the 2014 census have been made public in two steps. Initially, the preliminary results were made public and in August 2014 the results were made public (Census Volume 1). The Census Volume 2 included details at the level of the Union and the States/Regions and Census Volume 3 included a reporting for each of the 15 States and Regions.
National and regional reporting provided information at state/region, county and municipality-wide. These include the Highlights Review, a non-technical summary of the main characteristics of the Union Review, a scoreboard with down to county and regional indicator walls and a flyer presenting the main results at national and regional governmental and regional scales.
Information in the above documents covers population sizes and features; population sizes of state and regional capital cities; societal features; migratory features; data on former members of non-Myanmar homes; disabilities; births, baby and child mortality; types of individual ID cards; educational features; employment levels; residential circumstances and accessibility of shelters.
In this article "Census Risk Assessment 2-B: The Union Report: Occupation and Industry" is a complement to The Union Bericht, Vol. 2. This contains information on job title, profession and sector. The information was not published in previous papers as the codification of profession and business, a long drawn-out procedure, could not be finalised in good timing for publication of the key results.
It is in four parts. The first part contains information on the 2014 Myanmar 2014 Cadastre and information already released from the two censuses. The third part contains a series of in-depth statistics containing extensive information on employment and industry at Union and country/regional level. The fourth part contains appendices containing the Population Quiz Form and a list of terminology and ideas used in this paper and in the process of censuses.
This part of the document also includes major groups and detailled classification of profession and industries. Considerable effort has been made to make sure that the results of the survey meet global standard. In all phases of the survey, it was both advising and recommending. Furthermore, the design and conduct of the Population Censuses, consultation of users and producers of information and a well-developed governance framework were monitored.
Methodologies for the 2014 Population Survey were described in detail in the Union in the Department of Population, 2015 (Census Report Volume 2). You can use this book for a step-by-step explanation of the process of designing and conducting the survey. The Union Report CRensus Report Volume 21 does not list household and personal data in some parts of three countries of the state.
The methods were then thoroughly designed and implemented to assess the number of uncounted individuals. A significant number of individuals were not included in some parts of the state of Rakhine because they were not permitted to associate themselves with a name not recognised by the government. Analyses of those not listed in the three areas above showed that an estimation of 1,206,353 individuals were not included in the survey.
It is estimated that 1,090,000 people live mainly in the north of Rakhine State, 69,753 people live in Kayin State and 46,600 people live in Kachin State. Non-listed representatives at Union policymakers 2. 3% of the total population. In Rakhine State, where the number of unlisted people is significant, the indicator for this State and its counties is significant for only two third of the population.
For the other countries/regions and at Union and regional levels, the indices are indicative. Population not listed was added to the overall population of the survey, as shown in the key results. Whereas the key results include the uncounted estimates in the population as a whole, the study and description of job and industrial details reflect only the population cited.