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  • SIMEULU E

    ACEHSIN GKIL

    ACEHSELATAN

    ACEHTEN GGARA

    ACEHTIMU R

    ACEHTEN GAH

    ACEHBARAT

    ACEHBARATDAYA

    GAYOLUES

    ACEHTAMIANGNAGAN

    RAYA

    KOTALAN GSA

    KOTASUBU LUSSALAM

    NIAS

    MA NDAILINGNATAL

    TAPANULISELATAN

    TAPANULITENGAH TAPANULI

    UTARA

    TO BASAMOSIR LABUHANBATU

    ASAH AN

    SIMA LUN GUN

    DAIRI

    KARO

    DELISERDANG

    LANGKAT

    NIASSELATAN

    HUMBANGHASUNDUTAN

    PAKPAKBARAT

    SAMOSIR

    SERDANGBEDA GAI

    BATUBARA

    PADANGLAWASUTARA

    PADANGLAWAS

    LABUHANBATUSELATAN

    LABUHANBATUUTARA

    NIASUTARA

    NIASBARAT

    KOTASIB OLGA

    KOTATANJUNGBALAI

    KOTAPEMATANGSIANTAR

    KOTATEB INGTIN GGI

    KOTAMEDAN

    KOTABINJAI

    KOTAPADA NGSIDIMPU AN

    KOTAGUNUNGSITOLI

    SOLOKSIJUN JU NG

    PADANGPARIAMAN

    AGAM

    LIMAPULUHKOTA

    PASAMANPASAMAN

    BARAT

    KOTAPADANG

    KOTASAWAHLUNTO

    KOTABUKITTINGGI

    KOTAPAYAKUMBUH

    KOTAPARIAMAN

    KAMPAR

    ROKANHULU

    BENGKALIS

    ROKANHILIR

    PEKANBA RU

    Helatoba-Tarutung

    Imun

    Kembar

    Lubukraya

    Marapi

    Sarik-Gajah

    Sibayak

    Sibualbuali

    Sinabung

    Sorikmarapi

    TalakMau

    Tandikat

    Toba

    Medan

    Langsa

    Subulussalam

    Meulaboh

    TapakTuan

    Singkil

    Kutacane

    Blang Kejeren

    Sinabang

    Blangpidie

    Karang Baru

    Suka Makmue

    Medan

    Binjai

    PadangSidempuan

    Pematangsiantar

    Sibolga

    TanjungBalai

    TebingTinggi

    Gunung Sitoli

    Kisaran

    Sidikalang

    LubukPakam

    Kabanjahe

    RantauPrapat

    Stabat

    Panyabungan

    Gunung Sitoli

    Raya

    Pandan

    Tarutung

    Balige

    Limapuluh

    Dolok Sanggul

    Kota Pinang

    Aek Kanopan

    Lahomi

    TelukDalam

    Lotu

    Sibuhuan

    Gunung Tua

    Salak

    Pangururan

    Sei Rampah

    Sipirok

    Bangkinang

    Pasir Pengaraian

    Bagan Siapi-api

    BukittinggiPadangpanjang

    Pariaman

    Payakumbuh

    Sawahlunto

    Solok

    Lubuk Basung

    LubukSikaping

    Muaro Sijunjung

    Batusangkar

    Sarilamak

    ParitMalintang

    Simpang Empat

    Arosuka

    01 - 56 - 2526 - 5051 - 100101 - 500501 - 2,5002,501 - 5,0005,000 - 130,000

    PopulationPopulation counts at 1km resolution

    Transportation

    Toll roadPrimary roadSecondary roadPortAirport

    Province CapitalDistrict Capital

    Other

    VolcanoWater/LakeCoastline/River

    Administrative Boundary

    Legend:

    ProvinceDistrict

    33DISTRICTS

    436SUB-DISTRICTS

    5,281VILLAGES

    LEAST POPULATED

    Pakpak Bharat

    MOST DENSE

    Kota Sibolga

    MOST POPULATED

    Kota Medan

    LEAST DENSE

    Pakpak Bharat

    GEOGRAPHY

    North Sumatera is located between 1 - 4N and 98 - 100E with a total area of 72,981.23 km. The boundaries of the province are Aceh Province (North), the Malaka Strait (East), Riau Province and West Sumatera Province (South) and Aceh Province and the Indonesian Ocean (West).

    North Sumatera has a tropical climate with the average rainfall ranging between 800 - 4,000 mm per year. The average intensity of solar exposure is approximately 43%, while the level of humidity varies between 78% to 91%. (Source: Sumatera Utara Dalam Angka 2013)

    The boundaries and names shown and the

    designations used on this map do not imply

    official endorsement or acceptance by the

    United Nations.

    PROVINCEINFOGRAPHIC NORTH SUMATRA

  • SIJUN JU NG

    SAWAHLUNTO

    BENGKALIS

    PEKANBA RU

    Muaro Sijunjung

    POPULATION

    24

    2015

    13,937,800

    2020

    14,703,500

    2025

    15,311,200

    POPULATION PROJECTION

    Total Fertility Rate

    Infant Mortality Rate (Male + Female)

    Dependency Ratio (%)

    EO (Male + Female)

    56.30

    2.87

    68.30

    32.10

    53.60

    2.48

    69.80

    27.00

    55.30

    2.67

    69.10

    29.30 0-4

    5-9

    10-14

    15-19

    20-24

    25-29

    30-34

    35-39

    40-44

    45-49

    50-54

    55-59

    60-64

    65-69

    70-74

    75+

    0 200 400 600 8000200400600800 (in thousand)

    TOTAL HOUSEHOLD

    3,251,551

    TOTAL POPULATION

    12,981,532

    MALE

    6,483,00649.94% from Total Population

    Sex Ratio

    99.76

    FEMALE

    6,498,52650.06% from Total Population 49.16%

    Urban Population

    50.84%Rural Population

    DISABLE

    From Total Population

    0.20%Visual

    0.19%Walking

    0.13%Memory impairment

    0.10%Hearing

    0.05%Not able to taking care

    of themselves

    WATER & SANITATION

    Private Public OthersShared

    SANITATION TYPES

    82.32% 17.68%

    19.32% 18.49%

    17.55%

    13.27%

    8.41%

    3.37%

    1.91%

    7.44%

    4.39%

    3.15%

    2.33%

    0.37%

    WATER SOURCES

    Protected wellDrilled well/pump

    Unprotected well

    RiverRain

    Unprotected spring

    Packaged waterProtected spring

    Refilled water

    Retailed water

    OthersSubscribed water

    Clean Drinking Water Sources Not Clean Drinking Water Sources

    Percentage of households based on the usage of water resources

    54.94%

    13.13%

    30.33%1.60%

    HEALTH

    HEALTH FACILITIES

    MEDICAL STAFF

    2,643 555 7,57010,823

    DENTIST MIDWIFEDOCTOR OTHERS

    PUSKESMAS PUSTUHOSPITAL POSYANDU OTHERS

    536 1,833207 14,957 3,520

    NATURAL DISASTER (2008-2012)2008 2009 2010 2011

    7843391843

    2012

    14

    29

    18

    5

    4

    6

    2

    2

    141FLOOD

    FLOOD & LANDSLIDE

    HIGH TIDE

    EARTHQUAKE

    FOREST FIRE

    DROUGHT

    WHIRLWIND

    LANDSLIDE

    VOLCANO ERUPTION

    FOOD SECURITY IN 2009

    LIVELIHOOD

    Highest contributor for GDP:

    1. Agriculture, Veterinary, Forestry, and Fishery (21.70%)2. Processing Industry (21.35%)3. Trading, Hotel, dan Restaurant (19.48%)

    ServicesFinance, Leasing and Services companyOthers

    Transportation and CommunicationTrading, Hotel, dan Restaurant

    Processing IndustryElectricity, Gas and Clean waterConstruction

    MiningAgriculture, Veterinary, Forestry, and Fishery

    3.90%88.56%

    1.41%4.95%

    Note: The livelihood under 1% are not displayed on the chart.

    Priority 1 DistrictsPriority 2 DistrictsPriority 3 Districts

    Priority 4 DistrictsPriority 5 DistrictsPriority 6 DistrictsNo Data/Urban Area

    The prevalence of food security is based on the WFP Food Security and Vulnerability Atlas. Vulnerability to food insecurity was determined based on nine indicators which are related to food availability, food access, food utilization and nutrition. The map was produced by combining the indicators into a composite food security index. Areas in red shades are less food secure compared to areas in green shades. The map highlights the prevalence of food insecurity at the district level and it should be noted that not all household living in dark red (priority 1) districts are food insecure, and conversely that not all household living in green (priority 6) districts are food secure.

    VULNERABILITYTO FOOD INSECURITY

    EDUCATION

    EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT LITERACY RATE

    State-owned public schoolsInclude private schoolsMadrasah

    Senior

    22.23%

    Vocational

    2.49%

    Not graduatedfrom Elementary

    19.62%

    Elementary

    25.02%Junior

    19.83%

    Diploma

    1.80%

    Undergraduate

    2.97%

    Postgraduate

    0.15%Never attendingschool

    6.12%

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    MAD

    RASA

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    SCHOOL FACILITIES

    0

    2000

    4000

    6000

    8000

    10000

    12000

    93.76% From Total Population

    Source: SUSENAS year 2011, BPS

    Source: Census year 2010, BPS

    Source: Census year 2010, BPS

    Source: PDRB 2012, based on dated price

    Source: Census year 2010, BPS

    DATA SOURCES

    PROVINCE BPBD CONTACT DETAILS: Jl. Medan - Binjai KM. 10,3

    No. 8, Medan.

    Phone. (061) 8468469,

    Fax. (061) 8468015

    Landscan Global Population Databaseshttp://web.ornl.gov/sci/ landscan/

    Road Networkhttp://maps.navigasi.net

    Administrative Boundaryhttp://bps.go.id

    Food Security and Airporthttp://www.wfp.org/countries/ indonesia

    Admin Capitalhttp://geospasial.bnpb.go.id

    SRTM Relief Backgroundhttp://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/srtm/

    Port, Volcano, Coastline and Riverhttp://geospasial.bnpb.go.id

    Population, Water & Sanitation, Education, Health, Vulnerable Groups, Livelihood, Natural Disasterhttp://dibi.bnpb.go.id/

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