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NIAS

MA NDAILINGNATAL

TAPANULISELATAN

NIASSELATAN

PADANGLAWAS

KEP ULA UANMENTAWA I

PESISIRSELATAN

SOLOK

SIJUN JU NG

TANAHDATARPADANG

PARIAMAN

AGAM

LIMAPULUHKOTA

PASAMAN

SOLOKSELATAN

DHARMASRAYA

PASAMANBARAT

KOTAPADANG

KOTASOLOK

KOTASAWAHLUNTO

KOTAPADANG

PANJANG

KOTABUKITTINGGI

KOTAPAYAKUMBUH

KOTAPARIAMAN

KUANTANSIN GINGI

INDRAGIRI

PELALAWAN

SIA K

KAMPAR

ROKANHULU

BENGKALIS

KOTAPEKANBA RU

KERINCIMERAN GIN

BUNGO

SUNGAIPEN UH

BENGKULUUTARA

MU KOMUKO

Hutapanjang

Kerinci

Kunyit

Marapi

Pendan

Sarik-Gajah

Sorikmarapi

Sumbing

Talak Mau

Talang

Tandikat

Pekanbaru

Padang

Panyabungan

Sibuhuan

Pekanbaru

Bangkinang

Pangkalan Kerinci

Teluk Kuantan

Pasir Pengaraian

Siak Sri Indrapura

Padang

Bukittinggi

Padangpanjang

Pariaman

Payakumbuh

Sawahlunto

Solok

Lubuk Basung

LubukSikaping

Painan

MuaroSijunjung

Batusangkar

PulauPunjung

Tuapejat

Sarilamak

ParitMalintang

Simpang Empat

Arosuka

Padang Aro

Sungai Penuh

MuaraBungo

Siulak

Arga Makmur

Mukomuko

LEAST POPULATED

Kota Padang Panjang

MOST DENSE

Kota Solok

MOST POPULATED

Kota Padang

LEAST DENSE

Kep. Mentawai

19DISTRICTS

179SUB-DISTRICTS

886VILLAGES

GEOGRAPHY

West Sumatera Province is located between 054'N, 330'S and 9836' - 10153'E. The total area of West Sumatera is 42,200 km or approximately 2.21% of Indonesias total area. The boundaries of West Sumatera Province are North Sumatera (North), Riau Province (East), Jambi Province (South) and the Indonesian Ocean (West).

West Sumatera has a tropical climate with the average temperature ranging between 21.51C to 31.52C, with the average level of humidity at 87.03%. (Source: Sumatera Barat Dalam Angka 2012)

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

The boundaries and names shown and the

designations used on this map do not imply

official endorsement or acceptance by the

United Nations.

PROVINCEINFOGRAPHIC WEST SUMATRA

POPULATION

24

WATER & SANITATION

HEALTH FACILITIES

MEDICAL STAFF

PUSKESMAS PUSTUHOSPITAL POSYANDU OTHERS

63 17536 1,999 311

747 142 1,4651,075

DENTIST MIDWIFEDOCTOR OTHERS

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

9145562225

14

62

26

11

7

13

3

101FLOOD

FLOOD & LANDSLIDE

HIGH TIDE

EARTHQUAKE

EARTHQUAKE & TSUNAMI

FOREST FIRE

DROUGHT

WHIRLWIND

LANDSLIDE

2

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.

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT LITERACY RATE

State-owned public schoolsInclude private schoolsMadrasah

KIND

ERGA

RTEN

ELEM

ENTA

RY

JUNI

OR

SENI

OR (I

NCL.

SMK)

MAD

RASA

H

SCHOOL FACILITIES

0

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

Senior

18.58%

Vocational

2.25% Not graduatedfrom Elementary23.54%

Elementary

25.55%

Junior

17.42%

Diploma

2.46%

Undergraduate

3.38%

Postgraduate

0.25%Never attendingschool

6.56%

92.34% From Total Population

Highest contributor for GDP:1. Mining (23.49%)2. Transportation and Communication (18.03%)3. Agriculture, Veterinary, Forestry, and Fishery (16.31%)

ServicesFinance, Leasing and Services companyOthers

Transportation and CommunicationTrading, Hotel, dan Restaurant

Processing IndustryElectricity, Gas and Clean waterConstruction

MiningAgriculture, Veterinary, Forestry, and Fishery

21.04% 18.44% 3.12%52.47%

3.64%

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

1.04%

HEALTH

NATURAL DISASTER (2008-2012)

FOOD SECURITY IN 2009

LIVELIHOOD

EDUCATION

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. Jend. Sudirman No. 47,

Padang.

Phone. (0751) 890720,

Fax. (0751) 890721

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/

VULNERABILITYTO FOOD INSECURITY

This products is prepared by:

INDRAGIRIHULU

INDRAGIRIHIL IR

KEP ULA UANMERAN TI

SARO LAN GUN

BATANGHARI

TEB O

MUSIRAWAS

REJANGLEB ONG

LEB ONG

KEPAHIANG

Belirang-Beriti

BukitDaun

Rengat

Siak Sri Indrapura

Bangko

MuaraTebo

Curup

Muara Aman

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 50 100 150 200 250 300050100150200250300 (in thousand)

2015

5,196,300

2020

5,498,800

2025

5,757,800

POPULATION PROJECTION

Total Fertility Rate

Infant Mortality Rate (Male + Female)

Dependency Ratio (%)

EO (Male + Female)

55.80

2.83

68.60

31.00

53.60

2.46

70.10

26.10

54.80

2.65

69.50

28.00

TOTAL HOUSEHOLD

335,594

TOTAL POPULATION

4,844,081

MALE

2,402,97849.61% from Total Population

Sex Ratio

98.44

FEMALE

2,441,10350.39% from Total Population 38.74%

Urban Population

61.26%Rural Population

SANITATION TYPES86.23%

Private Public OthersShared

76.44% 23.56%

22.24% 22.02%

13.08%

10.25%

5.65%

1.62%

1.59%

10.01%

8.14%

3.66%

1.58%

0.15%

WATER SOURCES

Protected well

Packaged water

Refilled water

Protected springSubscribed water

Drilled well/pump

Retailed water

Unprotected well

Others

RiverUnprotected spring

Rain

Clean Drinking Water Sources Not Clean Drinking Water Sources

Percentage of households based on the usage of water resources

DISABLE

From Total Population

0.31%Visual

0.27%Walking

0.18%Memory impairment

0.18%Hearing

0.06%Not able to taking care

of themselves