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According to Nepal’s Central Bureau of Statistics, its population has increased by 10.18 percent, reaching to 29,192,480 in last 10 years.
Increase in Population
World Bank Statistics
As per World Bank Statistics, annual population growth rate in Nepal is less than global average of 1.01 percent in 2020.
Declining growth rate
The population growth rate has declining since 2011. However, Nepal witnessed a decrease in overall population in census 1920 and census 1930.
What is the reason of low growth rate?
Decreasing birth rate and out-migration are the reasons behind slowest growth rate in Nepal, in eight decades. Fertility rate of women in Nepal has also been declining, over years.
Declining fertility rate
As per Nepal Demographic Health Survey 2016, Nepal’s fertility rate was 2.3 per woman. It has decreased from 2.6 per woman in 2011. The fertility rate in Nepal has been decreasing since 1996, when per woman fertility rate was 4.6.
The Terai regions of Nepal accounts for more than half of the population. 53.66 percent of the population are living in Tarai region. Population has increased by 50.27 percent, compared to population 10 years ago. 40.27 percent of the population lives in hilly region.
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