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Ivory Coast Population 2023

Ivory Coast, also known as Côte d’Ivoire, officially the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, is a country located on the south coast of West Africa. As per the general Population and Housing Census (RGPH),  the population of Ivory Coast in 2022 is 29,389,150 (29.4 million or 2.94 Crore)

Estimated Population of Ivory Coast in 2023: 30 million or 3 Crore

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Ivory Coast Demographics
Ivory Coast2022 Population
Total Population29,389,150 
Global Rank53
Land Area 318,003 sq. km (122,782 sq. mi)
Area Rank68
Pop. Density83 people/sq. km
Growth Rate2.9%
Fertility Rate*4.68
Infant mortality rate **53.7
Median Age  18.9 Years
Life Expectancy in 58.75 years
Urban Population51.30%

Source: Census 2022

Religion in Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast is a religiously diverse country and the resident population in Côte d’Ivoire practices two major religions. Islam is followed by 42.5% and Christianity by 39.8% of the people. People who practice no religion represent 12.6% and animists 2.2%. A very small number of people (0.7%) practice other religions.

Religion Percentage in Ivory Coast 

ReligionPercentage
Christianity 39.80%
Islam 42.50%
Animism  2.2% 
No religion 12.60%
Other religions 0.70%

Source: Census 2022

Top Cities in Ivory Coast by Population

#CityProvincePopulation
1AbidjanAbidjan43,95,243
2BouakéVallée du Bandama5,36,719
3DaloaSassandra-Marahoué2,45,360
4KorhogoSavanes2,43,048
5YamoussoukroYamoussoukro2,12,670
6San-PédroBas-Sassandra1,64,944
7GagnoaGôh-Djiboua1,60,465
8ManMontagnes1,49,041
9DivoGôh-Djiboua1,05,397
10AnyamaAbidjan1,03,297

*Fertility rate, average number of children born to women during their reproductive years.

**Infant mortality rate is the number of deaths per 1,000 live births of children under one year of age.

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