Myanmar Population GrowthPopulation growth in Myanmar
Demographics growth (annual in %) in Myanmar
Myanmar's population growth (annual percentage) was 0.91474% in 2016, according to the World Bank's set of World Bank evolution indices collected from official resources. This enables customers to access tens of thousands of historical information, access our real-time business calendars, sign up for newsletters, and get currency, commodity, equity and bond prices.
The yearly population growth rates for year tonnes is the population' growth rates from year-1 to year tonnes, in percent. The population is rooted in the de facto demographic delineation, which includes all inhabitants regardless of their statutory position or nationality - with the exception of non-permanent migrants who are generally regarded as part of the population of the home state.
Population census predicts population growth over 35 years, and long-supported
Myanmar Population and Housing in 2014 Myanmar Population and housing Code-Thematic on Population projections 2014-2050 predicts the growth of Myanmar's population over the next 35 years and provides Myanmar with a critical resource for identifying its needs for further growth. Demographic projection is an important vehicle for both governmental and sub-national actors as they design and provide inputs for infrastructures and utilities such as transport, healthcare, educational, housing, child care and care for the aged.
Municipal growth, for example, puts considerable strain on the city' s natural environment and natural-ressources. Precise forecasts enable designers to supervise and review suppositions and intervention. Population forecasts are needed by the residential and commercial sectors to better understanding the dynamic of the markets, which includes offer and take. Non-governmental organisations, civic organisations and multinational organisations also use the projection for programming, targetting and allocating resourc...
Demographics can also be used to promote democracy such as electoral process, reform and participative democratisation. Demographics have important political consequences, as they enable government to develop policies on the basis of proven facts. Myanmar, for example, can take advantage of the dividend, both demographically and gender-specifically, by making investments in training and providing young men and women with business opportunity.
And, by recognizing the evolving aging pattern, the federal administration can anticipate the need for welfare and healthcare for a rising older population. Demographic forecasts are also used by science and research to identify emerging needs and tendencies. These include macroeconomic modeling and forecasting growth, per head incomes, jobs and other socio-economic performance measures.
Main results of the 2014 population and housing census in Myanmar Thematic Survey on Population Projections 2014-2050: Myanmar's overall population is expected to reach 65 million by 2050. This forecast is predicated on a steady decline in the population growth rates over the forecast period: from 0.9 percent in 2015 to 0.3 percent in 2050.
Population is ageing continuously and significantly during the projections horizon. In 2050, the share of the city population will increase from 29.3 percent in 2015 to 34.7 percent. Gross birthrates in both the countryside and cities will decrease between 2015 and 2050, but the gap between them will narrow to almost zero by the end of the time.
Yangon's population will grow 39 percent faster than any other area between 2015 and 2031. The other fast growth areas are Kayah (37 percent), Kachin (32 percent), Nay Pyi Taw (27 percent) and Shan (26 percent). Ayeyawady, Magway and Mon are losing population, mainly through immigration.