Tajikistan population

The population of Tajikistan at the beginning of 2016 amounted to 8.8 mln. people, which is 352 thousand more than in 2015 and 1.1 mln. of which reside in Dushanbe (the capital), which is 12% of the total population of Tajikistan.

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Tajikistan people

Out of the total population of Tajikistan 85% are Tajiks, the Uzbeks 14%, and 1% other nationalities. The level of urbanization is 30% (population of cities in the country).

The proportion of men in relation to the total population of Tajikistan is equal to 50% of the average duration of their age equal to 69 years, which is slightly less than Kirgizistane, Uzbekistan or Kazakhstan this figure. The birth rate in Tajikistan is on average 600 child per day, while the mortality rate in an average of 150 people per day.

As can be regarded as mainly young population of Tajikistan as half of the population are between the ages of 15-50. The average rate of the Tajik population growth in recent years was not less than 1.9% per annum, while the number of child deaths is equal to 6.5 persons to 1 thousand. More than 1 millions Tajiks currently live and work in Russia and more than 5 million in Uzbekistan, including Bukhara and Samarkand cityes.

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Most of Tajikistan’s people prefer to live in villages, but because of the restrictions in the winter electricity people use in Dushanbe, that it affects the growth in house prices in the capital of Tajikistan.

According to UN forecasts, the Tajik population in the coming years will continue to grow and by 2050 the country’s population will increase from the current 8 million to 10 million ahead of the population of Belarus.

Name of districts and towns of Tajikistan Population in thousands. (2016) Density (number. The man on the 1 sq km)
Dushanbe
Sino district 366,2 9 016
Ismail Samani 333,3 9 816
Firdavsi 223,7 6 810
Central 206,8 8 406
Total Dushanbe 1 130,10 8 559
Khatlon
Qurghonteppa 105,3 382
Kulyab 209 727
N. Khusrav 35 41
Bohtar 251,7 417
Vakhsh 184,5 183
Yavan 206,9 213
Kabadiyan 171,1 89
Kalhazabod 182,3 193
Kumsangir 127,6 126
Nurek 28 67
Panj 108 118
Sarband 28,8 197
A. Chomi 156,7 252
Shaartuz 117,2 74
Khurasan 106,2 114
Dzhllikul 103,6 80
Dangara 141,5 68
Baldzhuvan 29,4 21
Vose 205,3 257
Hamadoni 142,7 268
Muminabod 89,5 93
Temurmalik 67,7 64
Farkhar 158,5 128
Hovaling 56,2 31
Shurabod 52,4 22
Total Khatlon: 3 065,10 118
Hisar and Rasht
Varzob 75,6 44
Rasht 113,9 24
Nurabad 75,9 78
Vahdat 323,7 84
Rudaki 456,3 241
Rogun 26,4 50
Tavildara 22,4 4
Tojikobod 43,3 57
Tursunzade 279,4 109
Faizobod 95,1 104
Hissar 282,1 277
Shahrinau 111,4 106
Jirgatal 63,7 13
TOTAL: 1 969,20 63
Pamir 
Vanj 35,4 8
Ishkashim 34,3 9
Murghab 15,6 0,1
Roshtkala 28,2 6
Darwaz 24,3 8
Rushan 27,3 4
Shugnan 39,6 8
Khorog 32,1 1 333
ALL 236,7 4
SOGD REGION
Ayni 83 15
Asht 156 54
Ganci 160 97
Zafarabad 70 152
Isfara 217 249
Kanibadam 155 180
Mountain Mastchoh 24 6
Spitamen 134 361
Mastcha 117 109
Panjakent 240 63
J.. Rasulov 131 390
Istaravshan 194 270
Shahristan 40 34
B. Gafurov 365 132
Khujand 258 16 240
Tabashar 29 3 333
Kairakkum 52 8 715
Chkalovsk 26 5 981
ALL SOGD: 2 450 93
Total 8 851 59

In 1990, before the collapse of the USSR in the Republic of Tajikistan lived:

1 214 thousand. Uzbeks
389 thousand. Russian,
72 thousand. Tatars,
63 thousand. Kyrgyz.
41 thousand. Ukrainians,
32 thousand. Germans,
20 thousand. Turkmen,
15-thousand. Jew,
13 thousand. Koreans
11 thousand. Kazakhs

Most of the people of these nationalities during the Civil War, went to their homeland from Tajikistan that were considered the most educated people among the population. The reasons for the outflow of the various nationalities in addition to Uzbeks had economic reasons.

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