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Green monkey (Chlorocebus sabaeus) juvenile head.jpg|The Gambia's wildlife, like this [[green monkey]], attracts tourists
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==గణాంకాలు==
==Society==
[[File:Bevölkerungspyramide Gambia 2016.png|thumb|Population pyramid]]
{{Main|Demographics of the Gambia}}
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! colspan="4" style="text-align:center; background:#cfb;"|Population<br />in The Gambia{{UN_Population|ref}}
The total fertility rate (TFR) was estimated at 3.98 children/woman in 2013.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2127rank.html|title=TOTAL FERTILITY RATE|publisher=CIA World Factbook}}</ref>
 
===సంప్రదాయ సమూహాలు===
===Ethnic groups===
 
A variety of [[ethnic group]]s live in the Gambia, each preserving its own language and traditions. The [[Mandinka people|Mandinka]] ethnicity is the largest, followed by the [[Fula people|Fula]], [[Wolof people|Wolof]], [[Jola people|Jola]]/[[Karoninka people|Karoninka]], [[Soninke people|Serahule / Jahanka]], [[Serer people|Serers]], [[Manjago people|Manjago]], [[Bambara people|Bambara]], [[Oku people (Sierra Leone)|Aku Marabou]], Bainunka and others.<ref name="2013Census" /> The Krio people, locally known as [[Aku people|Akus]], constitute one of the smallest ethnic minorities in the Gambia. They are descendants of the [[Sierra Leone Creole people]] and have been traditionally concentrated in the capital.
The roughly 3,500 non-African residents include Europeans and families of [[Lebanese diaspora|Lebanese]] origin (0.23% of the total population).<ref name="bn"/> Most of the European minority is<!-- most is singular --> [[British people|British]], although many of the British left after independence.
 
===Languagesభాషలు===
{{Main| Languages of the Gambia}}
English is the official language of the Gambia. Other languages are [[Mandinka language|Mandinka]], [[Wolof language|Wolof]], [[Fula language|Fula]], [[Serer language|Serer]], [[Krio language|Krio]], Jola and other indigenous vernaculars.<ref name="ciageography"/> Owing to the country's geographical setting, knowledge of [[French language|French]] (an official language in much of West Africa) is relatively widespread.
 
===Educationవిద్య===
 
[[File:Gambian classroom.jpg|thumb|Classroom at [[Armitage High School]]]]
 
{{Main|Education in the Gambia}}
 
The constitution mandates free and compulsory primary education in the Gambia. Lack of resources and educational infrastructure has made implementation of this difficult.<ref name=ilab>[https://web.archive.org/web/20131007165653/http://www.dol.gov/ilab/media/reports/iclp/tda2001/gambia.htm "The Gambia"]. ''2001 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor''. [[Bureau of International Labor Affairs]], [[U.S. Department of Labor]] (2002). This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the [[public domain]].</ref> In 1995, the gross primary enrolment rate was 77.1% and the net primary enrolment rate was 64.7%<ref name=ilab/> School fees long prevented many children from attending school, but in February 1998, President Jammeh ordered the termination of fees for the first six years of schooling.<ref name=ilab/> Girls make up about 52% of primary school pupils. The figure may be lower for girls in rural areas, where cultural factors and poverty prevent parents from sending girls to school.<ref name=ilab/> Approximately 20% of school-age children attend Quranic schools.<ref name=ilab/>
 
===Healthమతం===
{{Main|Health in the Gambia}}
 
===Religion===
 
{{Main|Religion in the Gambia}}
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|title=Religions in the Gambia<ref name="Gambia DHS">{{cite web|url=https://dhsprogram.com/pubs/pdf/FR289/FR289.pdf|title=The Gambia: Demographic and Health Survey, 2013|publisher=Gambia Bureau of Statistics|page=32|accessdate=25 April 2018}}</ref>
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