census

the 2000 population and housing census

Year 2000 | Year 1990
 

Key indicators and Important tables of the population and households, Population and Housing Census 1990 and 2000
Indicators Important Tables Table1 Table2 Table3 Table4
     
 
Table 4 Private households by type of living quarters, construction materials of dwelling unit and area*
 
     
Construction materials of dwelling unit
and area
Total
Type of living quarters
Households
Per cent
Detached house
Town house
Apartment,flat,
condomeniumand others
Row house
Brick row house
Total 1/
15,371,154
100.0
12,336,555
586,716
470,469
1,007,750
969,659
Cement or brick
4,371,495
28.4
2,210,358
586,716
470,469
207,441
896,506
Wood and cement or brick
3,119,850
20.3
2,863,380
-
-
183,325
73,143
Mainly permanent materials
6,710,727
43.7
6,219,466
-
-
491,262
-
Non-permanent materials
941,575
6.1
854,665
-
-
86,910
-
Reused materials
148,796
1.0
115,566
-
-
33,238
-
Unknown
78,714
0.5
73,128
-
-
5,584
-
Municipal Area
5,008,716
100.0
2,667,008
422,123
422,436
712,355
784,791
Cement or brick
2,423,281
48.4
709,040
422,123
422,436
143,748
725,938
Wood and cement or brick
890,495
17.8
698,308
-
-
133,333
58,845
Mainly permanent materials
1,437,810
28.7
1,094,525
-
-
343,289
-
Non-permanent materials
183,567
3.7
121,133
-
-
62,425
-
Reused materials
53,576
1.1
27,853
-
-
25,723
-
Unknown
19,980
0.4
16,141
-
-
3,838
-
Non-municipal Area
10,362,442
100.0
9,669,550
164,595
48,039
295,391
184,863
Cement or brick
1,948,218
18.8
1,501,318
164,595
48,039
63,694
170,570
Wood and cement or brick
2,229,357
21.5
2,165,076
-
-
49,988
14,294
Mainly permanent materials
5,272,909
50.9
5,124,941
-
-
147,972
-
Non-permanent materials
758,004
7.3
733,525
-
-
24,484
-
Reused materials
95,217
0.9
87,708
-
-
7,507
-
Unknown
58,727
0.6
56,985
-
-
1,747
-
     
  3/ Non-permanent materials include local materials and waste or reused materials.
4/ Ownership includes owner or hire purchaser.
5/ Sanitary types of toilet include flush latrine or moulded bucket latrine.
6/ Safe drinking water includes bottled drinking water, tap water, rain water or private well.