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Djibouti Birth Rate vs Somalia Birth Rate

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Duufaan   

Djibouti birth rate

Jabuuti needs immigration, more likely Ethiopians will take over

Somaliland has similar or closely Djibouti's date.

Chart and table of the Djibouti birth rate from 1950 to 2020. United Nations projections are also included through the year 2100.

The current birth rate for Djibouti in 2020 is 20.803 births per 1000 people, a 2.1% decline from 2019.

The birth rate for Djibouti in 2019 was 21.249 births per 1000 people, a 2.06% decline from 2018.

The birth rate for Djibouti in 2018 was 21.695 births per 1000 people, a 2.24% decline from 2017.

The birth rate for Djibouti in 2017 was 22.191 births per 1000 people, a 2.18% decline from 2016.

Somalia birth rate

slightly decline but vey strong

The fertility rate for Somalia in 2019 was 6.028 births per woman, a 1.5% decline from 2018. The fertility rate for Somalia in 2018 was 6.120 births per woman, a 1.58% decline from 2017.
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Somalia Fertility Rate 1950-2020.

Somalia - Historical Fertility Rate Data

YearFertility     RateGrowth       Rate

2020                   5.936          -1.530%

2019                   6.028           -1.500%

2018                  6.120          -1.580%

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galbeedi   

Duufaan,

Djibouti was declining for years. The population has been between 500,000--700,000  for the last 30 years. 

It is the most expensive island in the world. Traditionally, in Djibouti, men do not get marry until early in  their  thirties. In southern Somalia, despite unemployment young men tend to marry early because the cost of living and housing are cheep. 

In Djibouti, the electricity alone is more than double of the salary of a working class man. THe middle class need over $1000 to raise a family. The young men grab anything for lunch and head to the Khat session to kill time. In the meantime Ethiopian migrants do most of the manual  jobs including domestic work.

The Somali migration from Somali especially the north has ceased long ago. In fact, many Djiboutians are moving back to Somaliland for better climate and lower cost.

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Djibouti needs to up its game if it needs to survive in the in the region. 

Most of the Southern high birth rate is driven by Bantu Somalis. 

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galbeedi   

The Amhara and Oromo population is over hundred thousand now. Walaahi Djibouti men had given up life, because of the harsh climate and unemployment. Also, those who born in Djibouti would rather remain celebrate than worry about raising family  in tough climate.

If Ethiopia occupies for just ten years and relocates a million, they could take Djibouti easily. Besides, today Amhara run most of the bars and service the foreign troops in Djibouti.

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Duufaan   
22 minutes ago, galbeedi said:

Duufaan,

Djibouti was declining for years. The population has been between 500,000--700,000  for the last 30 years. 

It is the most expensive island in the world. Traditionally, in Djibouti, men do not get marry until early in  their  thirties. In southern Somalia, despite unemployment young men tend to marry early because the cost of living and housing are cheep. 

In Djibouti, the electricity alone is more than double of the salary of a working class man. THe middle class need over $1000 to raise a family. The young men grab anything for lunch and head to the Khat session to kill time. In the meantime Ethiopian migrants do most of the manual  jobs including domestic work.

The Somali migration from Somali especially the north has ceased long ago. In fact, many Djiboutians are moving back to Somaliland for better climate and lower cost.

Galbeed

I have been Boorame, a more religious and  thriving community with good economic foundation. low inflation and balanced economy. However, Somaliland will be  next Jabuuti, if they do not change the course

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galbeedi   

Hargeisa is becoming what Mogadishu was in the nineteen eighties. A place where NGO and donor money is burned. Today in Somalia, the most expensive place is Hargeisa. People are leaving Burco, Gabiley and Between to find jobs in Hargeisa. 

THe poor is getting poorer while those who have connections are filling hotels. 

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Duufaan   
15 minutes ago, Dahireeto said:

Djibouti needs to up its game if it needs to survive in the in the region. 

Most of the Southern high birth rate is driven by Bantu Somalis. 

Not only the Bantu. All minority groups have high birthrate. It is the culture and affordability. But also the more you go the south higher birthrate, specially the rivers region.

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Duufaan   
32 minutes ago, galbeedi said:

The Amhara and Oromo population is over hundred thousand now. Walaahi Djibouti men had given up life, because of the harsh climate and unemployment. Also, those who born in Djibouti would rather remain celebrate than worry about raising family  in tough climate.

If Ethiopia occupies for just ten years and relocates a million, they could take Djibouti easily. Besides, today Amhara run most of the bars and service the foreign troops in Djibouti.

They are averaging around 2:0, for last few years which is under the replacement. So basically they are going to be replaced by others faster.  One of the only black nation with similar data for the rest of world

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breeding like rabbits has no use, quality over quantity,   and improving  living conditions of those alive,  have u seen life expectancy,  increasing population is not only through breeding but making sure those born not die off at 45.

Again lack of elders has multiple issues, older generation are the memory, another reason it is hard to find solutions 

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Somalia , is one of the worse and sad places to live

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Japan, which has other issues but atleast people age well

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Saalax   

Large population is unsustainable in Djibouti anyway so it is understandable. Reer Djibouti should breed in Sitti zone & Dhire Dhaba to counter Oromo expansion. 

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