Manari, Pernambuco

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Manari
City
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Manari is located in Brazil
Manari
Manari
Manari located in Brazil map
Coordinates: 8°57′50″S 37°37′40″W / 8.96389°S 37.62778°W / -8.96389; -37.62778Coordinates: 8°57′50″S 37°37′40″W / 8.96389°S 37.62778°W / -8.96389; -37.62778
Country Brazil Brazil
State Pernambuco
Region Sertão
City 1997 (1997)
Area
 • Total 406.64 km2 (157.00 sq mi)
Elevation 570 m (1,870 ft)
Population (2009)
 • Total 18,093
Average Temperature 23.5 C

Manari is a city established in 1997 in the state of Pernambuco, Brazil. The population in 2009, according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics, was 18.093[1] and the area is 406.64 km². In 2000, Manari had the lowest HDI of any municipality in the state.[2]

Geography[edit]

Economy[edit]

The main economic activities in Manari are based in agribusiness, especially the raising of sheep, goats, cattle, and plantations of corn, beans and manioc.

Economic indicators[edit]

Population GDP x(1000 R$).[3] GDP pc (R$) PE
18.093 42.017 2.540 0.06%

Economy by sector 2006

Primary sector Secondary sector Service sector
20.09% 6.64% 73.27%

Health indicators[edit]

[4]

HDI (2000) Hospitals (2007) Hospitals beds (2007) Children's mortality every 1000 (2005)
0.467 1 13 58.8

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