Table 1 Population growth in the Arab world between and The majority of the Arab countries adhere to Sunni Islam.
Shariah law exists partially in the legal system in some countries especially in the Arabian peninsulawhile others are legislatively secular. There is an increasing presence of Europeans, particularly in cities like Dubai.
Thirty-eight percent of the world population lacks adequate sanitation, according to National Geographic, and 13 percent lacks clean drinking water.
The research questions addressed by this paper are: The Nile Valley African Horn accounts for Some experts also anticipate that the economy will be slowing down. For example, only 20 percent of SMEs have access to financing in the Arab world, markedly lower than nearly every other region in the world.
The majorty of people in the UAE live in urbanized areas. The State of World Population report, launched in the Arab World by the United Nations Population Fund UNFPA at the Arab League, said these two factors will determine whether the future will be healthy, sustainable and prosperous or one marked by inequalities, environmental decline and economic setbacks.
The Arab world is also diverse in regards to living standards. The revolts rocking the region highlight multiple failings of an obsolete social contract in which governments provided jobs, housing, and other needs in exchange for popular obeisance to their rule.
The report provides a snapshot of how China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, India, Mexico, Mozambique, Nigeria, and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are facing diverse demographic challenges, ranging from ageing populations to high fertility rates, and from urbanization to the emergence of new generations of young people.
With appropriate social and education reforms, Arab youth can help transform the region's economies, contributing gains in productivity through their energy and ideas. Data on Egypt from towere also not available, so data were applied in the analysis.
The second most populous city, Abu Dhabi, has overresidents. Yet, the region's disproportionately young population also embodies significant opportunity.
The resultant demographic dividend and youth bulge in the Arab world [ 112 ], characterized by a demographic lag—high fertility and low mortality [ 1314 ]—put pressure on social, economic, and political institutions to capitalize on the growing pool of potential workers by expanding educational systems, labor markets, housing supply, and health systems to adapt to the needs of people and national economies [ 13 ].
Iraq and Bahrainhowever, are Shia majority countries, while LebanonYemenand Kuwait have large Shia minorities.
The banking sector in Jordan is one of the strongest in the region.The current population of the United Arab Emirates is 9, as of Monday, November 19,based on the latest United Nations estimates. the United Arab Emirates population is equivalent to % of the total world population.
the U.A.E. ranks number 93 in. This is a list of Arab countries and territories by population. Present.
Rank Country (or dependent territory) Current population % of pop. Average relative annual growth (%) Average absolute annual growth Estimated doubling time (Years) Official figure (where available) Date.
Source: World Bank staff calculations, from Maddison Note: The simple polarity index was calculated from size-weighted (compound) GDP growth rates measured in international Geary-Khamis dollars normalized to the maximum and minimum of the full 1 – period.
United Arab Emirates. has 1 cities with more than a million people, 5 cities with betweenand 1 million people, and 7 cities with between 10, andpeople. The largest city in United Arab Emirates is Dubai, with a population of 1, people. Oct 29, · Egypt’s population is currently 83 million, representing 23 percent of the Arab world, and is projected to reach 88 million in /4(7).
Annual population growth rate for year t is the exponential rate of growth of midyear population from year t-1 to t, expressed as a percentage.Download