Human Development

Already the population of the microregion of Japaratuba arrived the 48.899. In 2000, the sergipana population presents about 1,05% of the population of country. Graph 01: Population of Sergipe Source of Graph 01: Atlases of Human Development in Brazil, 2000.CR-R Index of Desenvolvimento (IDH) of Sergipe the index of Human Development in Sergipe of 1991 the 2000, grew about 14,24%, passing of 0,297% in 1991 for 0,682% in 2000, being considered an average human development (Graphical 02). Graph 02: IDH (Index of Human Development) in Sergipe Source: Atlases of Human Development in Brazil, 2000.CR-R Microregion de Japaratuba (Total, Urban, Agricultural Population, Men and Women) From the decade of 80 up to 2000 the population of the Microregion comes showing considerable a total growth, being that the agricultural zone remains with bigger amount of population, for the fact of the primary sector still to get great absorption of the population.

The index of men and women is relatively similar (Graphical 03). Graph 03: Microregion de Japaratuba (Total, Urban, Agricultural Population, Men Women) Source: Population Growth for City the city that shows to greater population density is followed Japaratuba of Japoat and Pacatuba, however, the city of Pirambu had greater has detached in population growth (Graphical 04). Graph 04: Population growth for City Source: Population Growth for Sex of the Microregion In all the cities does not occur great difference in the percentage of man and woman, but, in all the decades predominated the population of the masculine sex. Being that in the one of 2000 the feminine percentage of Pacatuba had a decline (Graphical 05). Men Women Graphical 05: Population growth for Sex Source: Urban and Agricultural Growth for City the Urban Growth possesss a considerable index in all the cities, however, Pirambu if detaches due to real estate speculation and tourist exploration.