| COUNT (ESTIMATION) OF THE POPULATION
|| - approximate determination of the number of population in the country or part of it without a census.|
Current count (estimation) of the population as of January 1 is based on the latest census, taking into account the natural and migratory movements of the population, as well as changes in population due to administrative and territorial changes.
Count (estimation) of the composition of the population by age is based on the method of movement by age. Age movement - the transition of persons of a certain age "x" to the next age "x + 1", with the number of these persons, respectively, decreases due to mortality and changes due to migration.
Current population calculations (estimates) as of January are based on the data of the last census of the population (the All-Ukrainian Population Census of 2001), which are complemented natural and migrational change of population, and population changes due administrative and territorial changes.
Population estimates of size population by age are based on the data of movements through the age structure. Transition by age - person transition from age X to age X+1,changes in death and migration.
| PRESENT POPULATION || - is the population being in the given territory at the time of the census, taking into account temporary residents, if their residence does not exceed 12 months: (de facto population).
| RESIDENT POPULATION || - includes the population that permanently resides at the time of the census in the given territory, taking into account temporarily absentees, if their absence did not exceed 12 months: (de jure population). |
| URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION || - The urban population includes those residing in urban settlements, rural population resides in rural areas. Urban settlements include cities of the republican, regional, district significance (nowadays, the concept of a city with a special status is used in the legislative acts determined by the laws of Ukraine, the republican (Autonomous Republic of Crimea), regional, district significance) and urban-type settlement, and rural are villages and townships irrespective of their administrative subordination. (Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Ukrainian SSR No. 1654-X dated March 12, 1981, "On the Procedure for the Resolution of Issues of the Administrative-Territorial Order", Bulletin of the Supreme Council of the Ukrainian SSR No. 12, 1981, p.179). |
| AVERAGE POPULATION || - calculated as the arithmetic mean of the population at the beginning and at the end of the reference year. |
| NATURAL MOVEMENT OF POPULATION || - a demographic process that changes the number and composition of the population due to births, deaths, marriages and divorces |
| INFORMATION ON BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES || - is formed on the basis of annual statistical development of civil status records, which are filled in by the state registration of civil status bodies and provided by territorial bodies of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine and data of the State Judicial Administration of Ukraine. |
| BIRTHS OUTSIDE OF MARRIAGE (NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS BY MOTHERS WHO WERE NOT IN A REGISTERED MARRIAGE)
|| - includes births at the time of registration of which the child's descent from the parents is established by filing a joint application by the father and mother of the unmarried child or by court decision, which is indicated in the birth certificate.
| INFANT MORTALITY RATE || - computed as a ratio of deaths under one year of age to live births |
| NATURAL INCREASE(DECREASE) OF POPULATION || - is the difference between the number of live births and the number of deaths. |
| BIRTH AND DEATH RATES PER 1000 POPULATION|
(CRUDE BIRTH AND DEATH RATES)
| - are ratio both total number of live births or deaths occurring during the calendar year to average population.
| NATURAL INCREASE/DECREASE OF POPULATION PER 1000 PRESENT POPULATION|
(CRUDE RATE OF NATURAL INCREASE/DECREASE)
| - is the ratio of the natural increase(decrease) over the average population, or difference between the crude birth rate and the crude death rate |
| NUMBER OF MARRIAGES PER 1000 PRESENT POPULATION
(CRUDE MARRIAGE RATE)
|| - is the ratio of the number of marriages registered during the calendar year over the average present population.
| NUMBER OF DIVORCES PER 1000 PRESENT POPULATION |
(CRUDE DIVORCE RATE)
| - is the ratio of the number of dissolution of a marriage during the calendar year over the average present population.
| AGE-SPECIFIC FERTILITY RATES (NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS PER 1,000 WOMEN OF THE CORRESPONDING AGE) || - characterize the intensity of birth in certain age groups of women and exclude the influence of age structure on fertility rates.|
Age-specific fertility rates are the ratio of the number of live births per year by women of this age group to the average annual number of women at that age. When determining the indicators of the age group younger than 20 years, the number of women aged 15–19 years is conditionally taken. The count of the indicator for the age group of 15–49 years old was made taking into account children born by women aged 49 years and younger than 15 years.
Age-specific fertility rates are counted for five-year age groups.
| TOTAL FERTILITY RATES || - rate shows how many children a woman would give birth to on average during the entire reproductive period (15–49 years) while maintaining the birth rate at each age of the year for which the age coefficients were calculated. The total fertility rate is calculated as the sum of age-specific fertility rates for age groups in the range of 15-49 years |
|| - time from date of birth to date of measurement.The number of complete years lived at given moment. |
| AGE GROUP
|| - group of people who are within a particular range of ages. |
| LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH
|| - is the average number of years a new-born would live if current age-specific mortality rates remain constant. |
| SOURCE OF INFORMATION ON THE CAUSES OF DEATH || - is a medical certificate of death, ambulance certificate of death, a medical certificate of perinatal death. |
| CAUSE OF DEATH || - has been since 2005 in accordance with the International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems of the Tenth Revision (ICD-10). |
| MIGRATION MOVEMENT OF POPULATION
|| -is a demographic process that changes the number and composition of the population due to territorial movement |
| INFORMATION ON MIGRATION MOVEMENT OF POPULATION || - is formed on the basis of annual statistical development of data on registration of residence of individuals and information on de-registration of residence of individuals received from registration authorities (executive bodies of village, town or city council, village heads (if according to the legislation the executive body of the village council was not formed)).|
All migration flows include intraregional, interregional and interstate migration.
| MIGRATORY INCREASE (DECREASE) OF POPULATION || - is the difference between the number of arrivals in the territory and the number of departures beyond its borders |
| CRUDE RATE OF MIGRATION|
(PER 1000 AVERAGE POPULATION)
| - the ratio of migratory increase(decrease) to the average population. |
| INTERSTATE MIGRATION || - is population migration outside Ukraine or arrival to Ukraine from other countries. |