Which part of Africa has the lowest population density?

Namibia covers an area of 318,772 square miles, making it one of the largest countries in southern Africa. However, the country has a tiny population of about 2.1 million people which translates to a population density of 6.6 persons per square mile, the lowest in Africa and the 2nd lowest in the world.

In which area is population density the lowest?

Greenland is the least densely populated territory in the world with 0.14 people per sq. km. With 2.1 people per square km, Mongolia is the least densely populated country followed by Namibia and Australia.

What are the 5 most densely populated countries?

Macao, Monaco, Singapore, Hong Kong and Gibraltar are the five most densely populated.

Which country has the lowest density in the world?

1. Greenland. The island nation of Greenland, 80% of which is covered by a massive glacier, is the 12th largest country in the world by area, but the least densely populated.

What is the average age of death in Africa?

The average life expectancy globally was 71 years for males and 75 years for females in mid-2021.

Average life expectancy at birth in Africa for those born in 2021, by gender and region (in years)

Characteristic Males Females
Africa (total) 63 66
Southern Africa 59 65
Middle Africa 59 63
Western Africa 58 60
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What percentage of Africa population is black?

Black Africans made up 79.0% of the total population in 2011 and 81% in 2016. The percentage of all African households that are made up of individuals is 19.9%.

Which is the best climate zone in Africa for farming?

The climate of the African rainforest is drier and very suitable for successful agriculture. Tropical rainforests build ecological systems adapted to warm and humid climates.

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