Demographic transition: the predicament of sub-Saharan Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa consists of countries regarded as underdeveloped or developing and is part of the so-called Third World. Third World countries share many characteristics but at the continental level they are not the same. For instance, sub-Saharan Africa is sparsely populated, in contrast to South and East Asia, and it is much less urbanized than Latin America. It stands out among the other major regions of the Third World as having the slowest rate of economic growth in recent years: an...[Show more]
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