Djibouti Population 2022 (Live)

1,121,593
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Djibouti's population is currently growing at a rate of 1.5% per year. The fertility rate is 2.6 children per woman, which is much lower than many neighboring countries. Djibouti is expected to continue its gradual population growth for the next decade.

The current population of Djibouti is 1,121,593 based on projections of the latest United Nations data. The UN estimates the July 1, 2022 population at 1,120,849.

Djibouti Growth Rate

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Djibouti Population 2022 (Live)

Djibouti Population Clock

Djibouti Population (as of 10/1/2022)1,121,593
Last UN Estimate (July 1, 2022)1,120,849
Births per Day13
Deaths per Day5
Migrations per Day
Net Change per Day8
Population Change Since Jan. 12,192

Components of Population Change

One birth every 111 minutes0%
One death every 288 minutes0%
One net migrant every Infinity minutes0%
Net gain of one person every 180 minutes0%

Djibouti Population Clock

Djibouti Population Density Map

Djibouti Population by Year (Historical)

Djibouti Population by Year (Projections)

Djibouti Population Pyramid 2022

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Djibouti Median Age

24.9


Total

23


Male

26.4


Female

Djibouti Population by Age

There are 712,204 people over age 18 in Djibouti.

Census Years

Djibouti Population Pyramid

Djibouti, officially the Republic of Djibouti, is a country in the Horn of Africa bordered by Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea. Djibouti gained independence in 1977 from France and joined the United Nations that same year. Djibouti, officially the Republic of Djibouti, is a country in the Horn of Africa bordered by Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea.

Djibouti is a very small country with just over 23,000 square kilometers of area, which ranks 150th in the world. The largest city and capital of Djibouti is Djibouti City, which has a population of 624,000, a large percentage of the total population. This is the only city in the country with a population over 50,000.

Djibouti Demographics

Djibouti is a multi-ethnic country. The Afar (35%) and Somali (60%) make up the two largest ethnic groups, both of which speak Afro-Asiatic languages. The Somali people are comprised mostly of the Issas, a sub-clan of the Dir. The remaining 5% of the population is made up of Arabs, Ethiopians and Europeans, most of whom are Italian and French.

Nearly 94% of the population of Djibouti adheres to Islam, which has been important in the area for over one thousand years.

Djibouti - General Info

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