Mongolia Census

From FamilySearch Wiki

(Difference between revisions)
(Importing text file)
 
(Added Category)
Line 1: Line 1:
The population of Mongolia is 2.4 million with a population density of 1.5 people per square<br />kilometers. About 32 per cent of the total population lives in the Capital –Ulaanbaatar. 36% of<br />population is children below 15 years old.<br />Literacy rate in Mongolia is very high amounting 97.8% of the population aged 15 years old and<br />above.
+
The population of Mongolia is 2.4 million with a population density of 1.5 people per square<br>kilometers. About 32 per cent of the total population lives in the Capital –Ulaanbaatar. 36% of<br>population is children below 15 years old.<br>Literacy rate in Mongolia is very high amounting 97.8% of the population aged 15 years old and<br>above.
  
The 2000 Census is the ninth in its history, which was the first conducted since Mongolia moved<br />from the centrally planned economy to a market economy in 1990. It was planned keeping in view the<br />needs of emerging modern market economy and therefore has deviated from many of the past practices.<br />One of the distinctive features of the 2000 Census was that it followed internationally acceptable<br />methodologies.
+
The 2000 Census is the ninth in its history, which was the first conducted since Mongolia moved<br>from the centrally planned economy to a market economy in 1990. It was planned keeping in view the<br>needs of emerging modern market economy and therefore has deviated from many of the past practices.<br>One of the distinctive features of the 2000 Census was that it followed internationally acceptable<br>methodologies.
  
 
The 2000 Census enumerated persons at the places where they were at the time of the Census on the
 
The 2000 Census enumerated persons at the places where they were at the time of the Census on the
  
basis of “de facto ” and attempted to measure all persons usually resident in the country as “de jure”.<br />In 2000 Census, all the persons who had been living or would be living in Mongolia, for six months<br />or more are to be enumerated. The foreign diplomatic corps and consular corps, their suits and<br />dependents were excluded form the coverage.<br /><br />The Census included the following topics:<br />
+
basis of “de facto ” and attempted to measure all persons usually resident in the country as “de jure”.<br>In 2000 Census, all the persons who had been living or would be living in Mongolia, for six months<br>or more are to be enumerated. The foreign diplomatic corps and consular corps, their suits and<br>dependents were excluded form the coverage.<br><br>The Census included the following topics:<br>
  
 
Name
 
Name
Line 30: Line 30:
  
 
Ethnicity
 
Ethnicity
 +
 +
[[Category: Mongolia]]<br>

Revision as of 00:20, 23 January 2008

The population of Mongolia is 2.4 million with a population density of 1.5 people per square
kilometers. About 32 per cent of the total population lives in the Capital –Ulaanbaatar. 36% of
population is children below 15 years old.
Literacy rate in Mongolia is very high amounting 97.8% of the population aged 15 years old and
above.

The 2000 Census is the ninth in its history, which was the first conducted since Mongolia moved
from the centrally planned economy to a market economy in 1990. It was planned keeping in view the
needs of emerging modern market economy and therefore has deviated from many of the past practices.
One of the distinctive features of the 2000 Census was that it followed internationally acceptable
methodologies.

The 2000 Census enumerated persons at the places where they were at the time of the Census on the

basis of “de facto ” and attempted to measure all persons usually resident in the country as “de jure”.
In 2000 Census, all the persons who had been living or would be living in Mongolia, for six months
or more are to be enumerated. The foreign diplomatic corps and consular corps, their suits and
dependents were excluded form the coverage.

The Census included the following topics:

Name

Residential status

Relation to household head

Duration of residence

Date of birth

Place of birth

Age

Place of residence five years ago

Sex

Marital status

Citizenship

Ethnicity