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Burundi Population; Demography

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Colour demography map of Burundi. Vector map. This map shows the level of population density in the country by creating three categories density (high, medium, low) and shows the most populated cities (Bujumbura, Gitega, Muyinga...). It shows also the internal and external borderlines of the country and the main rivers and lakes.

Burundi Population; Demography

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It is estimated that the population of Burundi is of 9,000,000 inhabitants. At 206.1 persons per km²., Burundi has the second-largest population density in Sub-Saharan Africa. Most Burundians live in rural areas, and about six percent of the population live in urban areas. Most people live on farms near areas of fertile volcanic soil. any Burundians have migrated to other countries as a result of the civil war. In 2006, the United States accepted approximately 10,000 Burundian refugees.