Haiti Population and the problem of overcrowding

Haiti Population and the problem of overcrowding

The country of Haiti is now 9.72 million inhabitants strong. The majority of the population is young with 58.5% of the inhabitants are aged between 15 to 64 years, followed closely by the 38.1% that is accounted by the 0 to 14 years age group. The elderly population in Haiti is also of great significance. Those aged 65 and above are the minority as they constitute 3.4% of the entire Haitian population.

The growth rate has declined as a result of the 2010 earthquake and also due to large number of Haitians leaving Haiti for a better life elsewhere.

Other problem related to current overpopulation in Haiti is overcrowding.

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