Population of Myanmar estimated at 55.8 million on 1 October 2022

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Officials and staff are pictured collecting data in villages.

The population of Myanmar on 1 October 2022, the mid-year of the 2022-2023 FY, is estimated at 55.8 million, according to the Ministry of Immigration and Population.
It was approximated on the basis of population in the 2014 Myanmar Population and Housing Census.
According to the estimate, there are 8.9 million in Yangon Region, 1.3 million in Nay Pyi Taw Council Area, 2 million in Kachin State, 0.3 million in Kayah State, 1.6 million in Kayin State, 0.5 million in Chin State, 5.7 million in Sagaing Region, 1.5 million in Taninthayi Region, 5 million in Bago Region, 3.9 million in Magway Region, 6.9 million in Mandalay Region, 2 million in Mon State, 3.4 million in Rakhine State, 6.7 million in Shan State and 6.3 million in Ayeyawady Region.
The Ministry of Immigration and Population publishes the annual estimated population of Myanmar in order to be used as a basis for the government and various departmental organizations to formulate and lay down national policies and projects. — TWA/GNLM

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