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Year
People
Literacy
Infant
Mortality
AIDS
Malaria
Imports
Exports
Poverty
Unemployed
2001
16,393,221
48.5%
9.365%
804,000
  2,500
3,800
37%
13.0%
2002
16,804,784
  9.223%
813,000
  2,400
3,600
  14.1%
2003
16,962,491
50.9%
9.833%
819,000
  2,500
4,400
  15.3%
2004
17,327,724
  9.710%
824,000
  2,781
5,299
  16.6%
2005
17,298,040
  9.083%
818,000
  3,360
5,124
  17.9%
2006
17,654,843
  8.911%
814,000
  4,759
6,490
42%
19.7%
2007
18,013,409
  8.741%
812,000
  5,039
8,191
  21.9%
2008
19,321,616
  7.371%
794,000
3,495,679
6,030
9,681
  24.3%
2009
20,617,068
48.7%
6.806%
782,000
  7,948
11,960
44%
26.6%
2010
20,874,932
  6.972%
791,000
  6,054
8,985
   
In general, the Ivory Coast is a fine candidate for continuous counting because of large-scale shifts in
population due to droughts, war, refugees (Ivoirians living outside the country as well as people from
neighboring countries living in the Ivory Coast)  and internal displacements. It is estimated that the
Ivory Coast hosts more than one million people who are technically citizens of Burkina Faso, as well as
hundreds of thousands of workers (perhaps another million in total) from other neighboring
countries.  
Imports and exports in millions of US dollars. AIDS is estimated
number of adults living with AIDS (understates who is HIV positive).
The decline in AIDS is interpreted as people dying faster.