As Africa’s population looks set to quadruple over the twenty-first century.  By 2100, it will be home to 4.4 billion people – four times its current population.  Such an increase – far larger than the global population increase of 53 per cent by 2100 – will pose significant challenges. Poverty, conflict, disease and access to education are all issues African governments will continue to face, having to build states that can support ever-increasing amounts of people.

Source: What Africa will look like in 100 years

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