PRB: Data Sheets/Publications/Datasheets.aspx2014 World Population Data SheetThe 2014 World Population Data Sheet offers up-to-date demographic, health, and environment data on 16 indicators for more than 200 countries.08/11/2014/Publications/Datasheets/2014/2014-world-population-data-sheet/data-sheet.aspx30629684-5ca5-475d-9f6b-ec035c8fe1102014 World Population Data Sheet<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <!-- HTML meta refresh URL redirection --> <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; url=http://www.prb.org/wpds/2015/"> </head> <body> <p>Redirecting to the 2015 World Population Digital Visualization...</p> </body> </html> <p><strong>December Update:</strong> Use these PRB publications, graphics, and video to learn more about how demographers analyze data on fertility, mortality, and migration to create population projections, and how assumptions can produce different results over time.</p>01/01/0001/Publications/Datasheets/2014/2014-world-population-data-sheet.aspxe06c6069-36f1-4c53-8a8c-dc91a891f4052014 World Population Interactive MapView data on global, regional, or country maps or tables using PRB's 2014 interactive world map.08/11/2014/Publications/Datasheets/2014/2014-world-population-data-sheet/world-map.aspx1bf8a96c-2d79-4d9e-a6e2-42f26ea69dfa2015 World Population Data SheetThe 2015 World Population Data Sheet provides the latest data on 20 population, health, and environment indicators for the world, major regions, and more than 200 countries. It includes a special set of indicators and analytical graphics aimed at assessing the state of women's empowerment globally. 08/18/2015/Publications/Datasheets/2015/2015-world-population-data-sheet.aspx95597a0e-12d0-40f7-a99c-383f5327d2a8Urban and Rural Disparities Remain Despite Progress in Closing Health and Development GapsPRB's data sheet, the Urban-Rural Divide in Health and Development, looks at the gaps in key development indicators between urban and rural dwellers in many low- and middle-income countries. 05/27/2015/Publications/Datasheets/2015/urban-rural-datasheet.aspxa2179a8f-3026-433d-96d3-48f3e5a807f7guatemalaThis <em>Population Bulletin </em>looks at the four phases of the demographic transition as descriptive of past and future population growth. We highlight four countries to illustrate each phase and its implications for human well-being: Uganda (high birth rate, fluctuating death rate); Guatemala (declining birth and death rates); India (approaching replacement-level fertility); and Germany (low or very low birth and death rates). As a lower middle-income country, Guatemala is well-advanced in its demographic transition, showing evidence of recent reductions in its birth rate. (July 2011)07/27/2011/Publications/Datasheets/2011/world-population-data-sheet/guatemala.aspxf693c17e-cb2e-4d04-bd8d-035fb6a69864Malawi Youth Data Sheet 2014The 2014 Malawi Youth Data Sheet provides health and population data for youth ages 15 to 24.09/23/2014/Publications/Datasheets/2014/malawi-youth-datasheet-2014.aspxf5250151-0970-4745-bc72-02f46c040905fact sheet world populationWorld population grew to 7.06 billion in mid-2012 after having passed the 7 billion mark in 2011. Developing countries accounted for 97 percent of this growth because of the dual effects of high birth rates and young populations. Conversely, in the developed countries the annual number of births barely exceeds deaths because of low birth rates and much older populations. By 2025, it is likely that deaths will exceed births in the developed countries, the first time this will have happened in history.07/18/2012/Publications/Datasheets/2012/world-population-data-sheet/fact-sheet-world-population.aspxf4a32a2b-b4a2-492f-8e04-e8680a9a11822011 World Population Data Sheet's Interactive MapBrowse through 17 indicators organized in six tabs, ranging from life expectancy, HIV/AIDS, family planning, poverty, and more. View data on global, regional, or country maps or tables07/28/2011/Publications/Datasheets/2011/2011-interactive-world-map.aspxf4667565-d914-40cf-921a-011816e31b59Data SheetGlobal population will reach 7 billion later in 2011, just 12 years after reaching 6 billion in 1999. Today's world population is double the population in 1967. But while the overall growth rate has slowed, the population is still growing, and growth rates in some countries show little if any decline. The Population Reference Bureau's 2011 World Population Data Sheet and its summary report offer up-to-date demographic, health, and environment data on 18 population, health, and environment indicators for more than 200 countries.&nbsp;(July 2011)07/27/2011/Publications/Datasheets/2011/world-population-data-sheet/data-sheet.aspxf20a70ca-348d-4e07-a0fc-a772760e5b60