With an annual growth rate of 1.37%, Liberia’s population will grow from 3.53 million in 2010, to 6.14 million in 2040.
With an annual growth rate of 1.96%, Libya’s population will grow from 6.45 million in 2010 to 9.95 million in 2040.
With an annual growth rate of 2.25%, Malawi’s population will grow from 14 million in 2010, to an estimated 26 million in 2040.
By 2050, Africa will have a population of 1.9 billion. In fact, in the next three decades, half of the world’s total population growth will be concentrated in nine countries, and five of those will be African: Nigeria, DRC, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda.
Zambia’s population comprises more than 70 Bantu-speaking groups. The majority of Zambians are subsistence farmers, but the country is also fairly urbanised, with 42% of the population being city residents
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