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UAE, Fujairah. Population estimates by nationality (Emirati/ non-Emirati), region and sex (2011)

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Emiratis Foreign nationals Total Number of Number of households
Males Females Total Males Females Total Males Females Total households dwellings
Fujairah City 9,045 8,691 17,736 40,052 14,504 54,556 49,097 23,195 72,292 11,352 10,739
Fujairah Suburbs 12,088 12,216 24,304 20,652 4,396 25,048 32,740 16,612 49,352 6,358 5,488
Dibba City 5,120 5,050 10,170 9,565 3,238 12,803 14,685 8,288 22,973 3,357 3,357
Dibba Suburbs 6,526 6,555 13,081 7,522 2,179 9,701 14,048 8,734 22,782 3,246 2,675
Total  32,779 32,512 65,291 77,791 24,317 102,108 110,570 56,829 167,399 24,313 22,259

Source: Fujairah Statistics Center
 
ANNEXED NOTE
 
1. Characteristics of data
Fujairah Statistics Center conducted the project of updating data regarding population, housing and establishments for the Emirate of Fujairah.
The project started on 1st of January 2011 and ended on 1st of June 2011.
It is unclear if a comprehensive census was conducted or a sample survey, if data were collected through fieldwork or from administrative records.

2. Institution which provides data 

Fujairah Statistics Centre, Fujairah (http://www.fscfuj.gov.ae/indexE.html).

3. Data availability 

Project Data Updating for Population, Residences and Establishments 2011
http://www.fscfuj.gov.ae/projectsE.html
http://www.fscfuj.gov.ae/reports/census2011.pdf

Date of access: January 2018.

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