by Clark University, International Development Program, Institute for Development Anthropology in Worcester, MA, Binghamton, N.Y .
Written in English
|Statement||by Raymond Gervais.|
|Series||Cooperative agreement on human settlements and natural resource systems analysis, [Working paper] -- no. 33, IDA working paper -- no. 33.|
|Contributions||Institute for Development Anthropology (Binghamton, N.Y.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
Tunisia's population was estimated to be just under million as of In the generally youthful African continent, Tunisia's population is among the most mature. This is because the government has supported a successful family planning program that has reduced the population growth rate to just over 1% per annum, contributing to Tunisia's economic and social stability. In arid central Eurasia, the snow- and glacier-covered mountains serve as the region's water towers. Nearly 90% of the Central Eurasian population relies on water from the mountains for energy, agricultural, and drinking this false-color image from 2 October , the Fedchenko Glacier can be seen as it snakes its way northward from. In , Tunisia’s population was estimated at million, according to UN data, with an almost equal split between males ( per cent) and females ( per cent), or males for every females.. The average annual population growth rate between and was per cent. Water resources in Tunisia are characterized by scarcity and a pronounced irregularity. By adopting an integrated strategy for the use of water based on scientific and technical studies, Tunisia has been able to develop a complex and diverse water infrastructure allowing the country to mobilize and exploit available water resources.
Global Population Speak Out is a project of Population Media Center, an IRS-designated (c)(3) organization that relies on the support of individuals, corporations, foundations and other institutions to fund its communications programs worldwide. Your donation will go towards support of the Global Population Speak Out project. This statistic shows the median age of the population in Tunisia from to *.The median age is the age that divides a population into two numerically equal groups; that is, half the people. Economic water scarcity is when someone doesn't have the money to buy water for their demands. Factors causing water scarcity Q2. Part of Tunisia is located in the Sahara desert and they don't get much rainfall so it's pretty dry there. Tunisia has low levels of ground water. High population growth. Overused of water resources. Physical map of. NOTE: The information regarding Tunisia on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency and other sources. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Tunisia information contained here.
Population, Health, and Environment (PHE) programs offer an integrated approach to solving human development and conservation challenges through improving access to health services — including family planning and reproductive health — while also helping people improve livelihoods, manage natural resources, and conserve the critical ecosystems on which they (and every other species) depend. In , the World population was billion people; it reached 7 billion in and is expected to reach billion (±) in and 11 billion (±) in , according to the UN. The latter question has plagued demographers, policymakers, and academics for centuries, resulting in heated debate and dire warnings. Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba continues this debate in her new book, The Future Faces of War: Population and National Security, but with a decidedly more measured and optimistic tone (full disclosure: Sciubba was one of my professors). Name: Tunisia (long form) Republic of Tunisia Capital City: Tunis (, pop.) (2,, metro) Tunisia Population: 10,, ( est.) World Populations (all countries); Currency: Tunisian Dinar (conversion rates) 50 Tunisian Dinars; Ethnicity: Arab 98%, European 1%, Jewish 1% GDP total: $ billion ( est.) GDP per capita: $9, ( est.) Land SizesAuthor: John Moen.