DKI JAKARTA Province eng - .Jakarta) and one Administrative Regency (Thousand Islands or Kepulauan

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KOTAJAKARTASELATAN

KOTAJAKARTA

TIMUR

KOTAJAKARTA

PUSAT

KOTAJAKARTA

BARAT

KOTAJAKARTA

UTARA

BOGOR

BEKA SI

KOTABEKA SI

KOTADEP OK

TANGERANG

KOTATANGERANG

KOTATANGERANG

SELATAN

JAGAKARSA

PASARMINGGU

CILANDAK

PESANGGRAHANKEBAYORAN

LAMA

KEBAYORANBARU

MAMPANGPRAPATAN

PANCORAN

TEBET

SETIABUDI

PASARREBOCIRACAS

CIPAYUNG

MAKASAR

KRAMATJATI

JATINEGARA

DURENSAWIT

CAKUNG

PULOGADUNG

MATRAMANTANAHABANG

MENTENG

SENEN

JOHARBARU

CEMPAKAPUTIH

KEMAYORAN

SAWAHBESAR

GAMBIR

KEMBANGAN

KEBONJERUK

PALMERAH

GROGOLPETAMBURAN

TAMBORA

TAMANSARI

CENGKARENG

KALIDERES PENJARINGAN

PADEMANGAN

TANJUNGPRIOK

KOJA

KELAPAGADING

CILINCING

CILEUNGSI

GUNUNGPUTRI

GUNUNGSINDUR

SETU

BABELAN

TARUMAJAYA

MUARAGEMBONG

PONDOKGEDE

JATISAMPURNA

PONDOKMELATI

JATIASIH

BANTARGEBANG

MUSTIKAJAYA

BEKASITIMUR

RAWALUMBU

BEKASISELATAN

BEKASIBARAT

MEDANSATRIA

BEKASIUTARA

SAWANGAN

BOJONGSARI

PANCORANMAS

SUKMAJAYA CILODONG

CIMANGGIS

TAPOS

BEJILIMO

CINERE

PAGEDANGAN

CISAUK

TELUKNAGA

KOSAMBI

CILEDUG LARANGAN

KARANGTENGAH

CIPONDOH

PINANG

TANGERANG

BATUCEPER

BENDA

SETU

SERPONG

PAMULANG

CIPUTAT

CIPUTATTIMUR

PONDOKAREN

SERPONGUTARA

Ciputat

JakartaPusat

JakartaBarat

Jakarta Selatan

Jakarta Timur

Jakarta Utara

Bekasi

Depok

Jakarta

LAMP UNGTIMU R

KEP ULA UANSERIBU

KARAWANG

BEKA SI

TANGERANG

SERANGKOTA

SERANG

PULAU

KEPULAUANSERIBU

SELATAN

KEPULAUANSERIBUUTARA

PAKISJAYA

BABELANTARUMAJAYA SUKAWANGI

MUARAGEMBONG

GUNUNGKALER

MEKARBARU

KEMIRISUKADIRI

RAJEG

PAKUHAJITELUKNAGA

KOSAMBI

KRAGILANCIRUAS

PONTANG

CARENANG

TIRTAYASA

SERANG

PulauPramuka

01 - 56 - 2526 - 5051 - 100101 - 500501 - 2,5002,501 - 5,0005,000 - 130,000

PopulationPopulation counts at 1km resolution

Transportation

Toll roadPrimary roadSecondary roadPortAirport

Province CapitalDistrict Capital

Other

VolcanoWater/LakeCoastline/River

Administrative Boundary

Legend:

ProvinceDistrict

LEAST POPULATED

Kepulauan Seribu

MOST DENSE

Kota Jakarta Pusat

MOST POPULATED

Kota Jakarta Timur

LEAST DENSE

Kepulauan Seribu

6DISTRICTS

44SUB-DISTRICTS

267VILLAGES

The province DKI Jakarta lies between 612'S and 10648'E. The City of Jakarta is a lowland area with an average altitude of 7 meters above sea level. According to the Governors Decree No.171 of 2007, the total land area of Jakarta is 662.33 km and the sea area is 6,977.5 km. The Capital Territory has no less than 110 islands scattered in the Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) and there are about 27 rivers/waterways/canals that are used as sources of drinking water, fisheries and urban businesses.

DKI Jakarta has a coast that stretches in the north from West to East along and faces the Java Sea. West Java borders the province in the South and East and the West borders with Banten Province.

Administratively, DKI Jakarta is divided into four City Administrations (City Administration of South Jakarta, East Jakarta, Central Jakarta, West Jakarta and North Jakarta) and one Administrative Regency (Thousand Islands or Kepulauan Seribu). (Source: DKI Jakarta Dalam Angka 2012)

GEOGRAPHY

The boundaries and names shown and the

designations used on this map do not imply

official endorsement or acceptance by the

United Nations.

PROVINCEINFOGRAPHIC DKI JAKARTA

POPULATION

24

TOTAL HOUSEHOLD

2,509,981

TOTAL POPULATION

9,607,787

MALE

4,870,93850.70% from Total Population

Sex Ratio

102.83

FEMALE

4,736,84949.30% from Total Population

0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

25-29

30-34

35-39

40-44

45-49

50-54

55-59

60-64

65-69

70-74

75+

0 100 200 300 400 500 600 (in thousand)0100200300400500600

DISABLE

0.17%Visual

0.11%Walking

0.07%Memory impairment

0.06%Hearing

0.05%Not able to taking care

of themselves

2015

10,177,924

2020

10,644,986

2025

11,033,969

POPULATION PROJECTION

Total Fertility Rate

Infant Mortality Rate (Male + Female)

Dependency Ratio (%)

EO (Male + Female)

39.90

1.84

72.20

18.10

42.20

1.72

73.40

15.10

42.00

1.79

72.90

16.30100%Urban Population

From Total Population

WATER & SANITATION

Private Public OthersShared

HEALTH

HEALTH FACILITIES

MEDICAL STAFF

2,726 599 9751,081

DENTIST MIDWIFEDOCTOR OTHERS

PUSKESMAS PUSTUHOSPITAL POSYANDU OTHERS

340 0121 4,274 333

SANITATION TYPES

99.73% 0.27%

38.64% 16.93%

0.86%

3.67%0.13%

0.02%

28.72% 10.91%

0.11%

WATER SOURCES

Drilled well/pump

Packaged water Unprotected well

RiverRain

Subscribed water

Refilled water

Retailed waterProtected well

Clean Drinking Water Sources Not Clean Drinking Water Sources

Percentage of households based on the usage of water resources

98.13% 1.87%

NATURAL DISASTER (2008-2012)

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

6WHIRLWIND

5

58FLOOD

109141125

HIGH TIDE

Priority 1 DistrictsPriority 2 DistrictsPriority 3 Districts

Priority 4 DistrictsPriority 5 DistrictsPriority 6 DistrictsNo Data/Urban Area

The prevalence of food security is based on the WFP Food Security and Vulnerability Atlas. Vulnerability to food insecurity was determined based on nine indicators which are related to food availability, food access, food utilization and nutrition. The map was produced by combining the indicators into a composite food security index. Areas in red shades are less food secure compared to areas in green shades. The map highlights the prevalence of food insecurity at the district level and it should be noted that not all household living in dark red (priority 1) districts are food insecure, and conversely that not all household living in green (priority 6) districts are food secure.

VULNERABILITYTO FOOD INSECURITY

Highest contributor for GDP:

1. Finance, Leasing and Services company (62.93%)2. Transportation and Communication (23.25%)3. Trading, Hotel, dan Restaurant (4.64%)

ServicesFinance, Leasing and Services companyOthers

Transportation and CommunicationTrading, Hotel, dan Restaurant

Processing IndustryElectricity, Gas and Clean waterConstruction

MiningAgriculture, Veterinary, Forestry, and Fishery

7.12%39.33%40.45%

Note: The livelihood under 1% are not displayed on the chart.

2.62%10.49%

FOOD SECURITY IN 2009

LIVELIHOOD

EDUCATION

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT LITERACY RATE

State-owned public schoolsInclude private schoolsMadrasah

Senior

30.23%

Vocational

4.20%

Not graduatedfrom Elementary

12.94%

Elementary

17.81%

Junior

19.09%

Diploma

4.22%

Undergraduate

7.73%

Postgraduate

0.89% Never attendingschool

2.85%

KIND

ERGA

RTEN

ELEM

ENTA

RY

JUNI

OR

SENI

OR (I

NCL.

SMK)

MAD

RASA

H

SCHOOL FACILITIES

0500

100015002000250030003500

97.55% From Total Population

Source: SUSENAS year 2011, BPS

Source: Census year 2010, BPS

Source: Census year 2010, BPS

Source: PDRB 2012, based on dated price

Source: Census year 2010, BPS

DATA SOURCES

PROVINCE BPBD CONTACT DETAILS: Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan

No. 8-9, Jakarta Pusat.

Phone. (021) 3822078,

Fax. (021) 3441355

Landscan Global Population Databaseshttp://web.ornl.gov/sci/ landscan/

Road Networkhttp://maps.navigasi.net

Administrative Boundaryhttp://bps.go.id

Food Security and Airporthttp://www.wfp.org/countries/ indonesia

Admin Capitalhttp://geospasial.bnpb.go.id

SRTM Relief Backgroundhttp://www2.jpl.nasa.gov/srtm/

Port, Volcano, Coastline and Riverhttp://geospasial.bnpb.go.id

Population, Water & Sanitation, Education, Health, Vulnerable Groups, Livelihood, Natural Disasterhttp://dibi.bnpb.go.id/

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