Bihar is one of the poorest and most populous States in India. It is 12th largest in terms of geographical coverage (2.8% of the total land area) and 3rd largest by population (8% of the total population of the country). The decadal population growth rate of the State during 1991 to 2001 was the highest in the country at 28.62%. Of its total population, 89.5 percent lives in rural areas. The combined share of ST/SC population is 16.4% of the total population of the State.
Since the liberation of 1971, the government of Bangladesh focused on population management in order to control the resources of Bangladeshis. After Bangladesh got liberated the elected government expressed in the first five years plan statement that “No civilized measure would be too drastic to keep the population of Bangladesh on the smaller side of 15 million for the sheer ecological viability of the nation.”(Planning Commission,1974). Bangladesh is the third largest populated country in South East Asia, after India and Pakistan. According to the United Nations (2009), the estimated population of Bangladesh was 162 million in 2009. Bangladesh is the seventh most populous country in the world.
Yeasmin 1 Mohima Yeasmin Dr. Shoff ENC1101 Sec.78 April 29, 2014 The Country of Bangladesh Bangladesh is a small country in line with the title of the 8th most populated country in the world with a population of about 163 million people. Bangladesh is just about the size of the sate Iowa, and is to the right of India, along the Indian Ocean. I can still remember bits and pieces of my first trip to Bangladesh back in 2004. I was only about 6 years old when I first went, and it was just an entire new world that I was trying to comprehend. It really quite the trip to remember.
The culture is made up of mainly Buddhists, and Muslims, while there are other religions which are practiced in a smaller percentage. Their population consists of over 1 billion people which is approximately 3.5 times the size of the United States, and which makes India the second largest population in the world right behind China. Their age structure is broken up into categories 0-14 years: 34%, 15-64 years: 62%, 65 years and over: 4% (World Factbook, IN). Both countries age groups are evenly distributed male/female. The exceptions are, in the US, the oldest a... ... middle of paper ... ...ications for Fertility Change (New York: The Population Council, 1999).
According Philippine Facts, The current population is 106 million people. The majority of the population is between the ages of 25 and 54 years old. The rural versus urban population is almost even, favoring slightly the rural population by only 2 million people. Twenty seven percent of their population falls below the poverty line. The unemployment rate of sixteen percent explains why there is such a high rate of poverty in the county.
The South has also consistently had the highest poverty rate of the four regions. On average, there is a twenty-five to thirty percentage-point gap between the turnouts of the lowest and highest income quintiles in the United States (Cevrantes and Gluckman). Though it is clear the poor generally don’t vote, the reasons for this are not so clear. Education seems to be biggest factor. Less than 40 percent of citizens without a high school degree voted in the 2000 election, compared with an 80 percent turnout for those with an advanced degree.
Ethnic Brazils largest ethnic group identifies themselves as white, 55% of the population is white. The next largest ethnic groups are identified as mulatto , which makes up about 38% of the population. The rest of Brazils population is made up of Asian, Amerindian, and Black, which is 10% of the population. Brazil’s official language is Portuguese, which majority of the population speaks, but with Brazil being the only country in the Americas that speaks Portuguese, this language is an important aspect of the culture and society (World Population Statistics 2014). GDP The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Brazil has expanded to 0.70 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013 over the previous quarter (Trending Economics 2014).
It is also the 8th largest city in the world. The country’s urban population consists of 28.4% of the total population, and the urbanization rate is approximately 3%. Bangladesh has a low Human Development Index score of 0.515, and is ranked 146th in the world. Its per capita income as of 2013 is US $1,044 compared to the world average of $8,985. There are many factors that have affected the country’s development including environment, health, economy, conflict, and government, among other issues.
Bangladesh is a south Asian country with the area of 147,570 km square and population of 157.2 million (world bank, 2015). It is one of the densely populated countries of the world. Bangladesh ranks 5th most populous country in Asia and 8th most populous country in the world. The poverty rate of Bangladesh is 18.1 percent. More than 28 million people in Bangladesh lives on less than 1.90 $ a day (World bank, 2010).
With a population of approximately 15 million as reported by Nations Online, Cambodia is ranked the seventh most populous country in Southeastern Asia (“Countries by Continents ___ Countries of Asia”). Approximately 1.5 million of their population is concentrated in the capital city of Phnom Penh (“Facts”). The country is divided into 24 provinces and 4 municipalities. Khmer is the main language spoken in Cambodia is and Buddhism is the most practiced religion (“Country Profile for Cambodia”). International Trade Exports “Cambodia is one of the few Least Developed Countries to export over $2 billion worth of goods (Doing Business in Cambodia).” In 2012, Cambodia was reported to have exported an annual total of $5.48 billion in U.S. dollars (Kunmakara and Xiang).