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Demographic transition in tropical Africa

Demographic transition in tropical Africa

proceedings of an expert group meeting.

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Published by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Development Centre in Paris .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa, Central,
  • Africa, Central.
    • Subjects:
    • Demographic transition -- Africa, Central.,
    • Africa, Central -- Population -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsOrganization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Development Centre. Population Unit.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB849 .D45
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 348 p.
      Number of Pages348
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5465116M
      LC Control Number73167902

      Africa’s demographic transition: dividend or disaster? (English) Abstract. The demographic dividend describes the interplay between changes in a population’s age structure due to the demographic transition and rapid economic growth. Except for a few countries in Southern Africa and some island nations, fertility rates and youth Cited by: The information on the population of sub-Saharan Africa has undergone marked improvement in recent years. The results of systematic inquiries (complete censuses or national sampling surveys) are now replacing cruder sources of demographic information (tax .

      The fundamental question is why the long sought demographic transition has so far eluded much of Tropical Africa, and specifically the D. R. of Congo. Some of the answers to this question will evolve through an examination of observed fertility trends and their determinants. Using the and Ghana Demographic and Health Surveys, and guided by Bongaarts proximate determinants of fertility model, I compute an internal consistency accuracy measure to validate the indirect technique and estimate the fertility inhibiting effects of the proximate by: 2.

      Population and Development offers an expert guide on the demographic transition, from its origins in Enlightenment Europe through to the rest of the world. Tim Dyson examines how, while the phenomenon continues to cause unsustainable population growth with serious economic and environmental implications, its processes have underlain previous. Africa, the second-largest continent, is bounded by the Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the Indian Ocean, and the Atlantic is divided in half almost equally by the Equator. Africas physical geography, environment and resources, and human geography can be considered separately. Africa has eight major physical regions: the Sahara, the Sahel, the Ethiopian Highlands, the savanna, the.


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Demographic transition in tropical Africa Download PDF EPUB FB2

This booklet contains the Overview from the forthcoming book, Africa’s Demographic Transition: Dividend or Disaster. doi: / A PDF of the final, full-length book will be available at and print copies can be ordered at   In a recent post on the new United Nations population projections, I discussed the risk in assuming that countries in sub-Saharan Africa will progress Demographic transition in tropical Africa book the demographic transition at a pace similar to other this assumption is questionable because fertility decline in Africa has generally proceeded more slowly than in other parts of the world, with several cases of.

This book not only looks at lessons from East Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East, but also at unique demographic characteristics in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Harnessing the demographic dividend means, first and foremost, empowering women and girls by improving their health, enhancing their human capital through increased investment in education.

In demography, demographic transition is a phenomenon and theory which refers to the historical shift from high birth rates and high infant death rates in societies with minimal technology, education (especially of women) and economic development, to low birth rates and low death rates in societies with advanced technology, education and economic development, as well as the stages between.

Get this from a library. The Demographic transition in tropical Africa; proceedings of an expert group meeting. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and. and the relations between demographic change and socioeconomic developments.

In response to this interest, the Committee on Population held a meeting in to ascertain the feasibility and desirability of a major study of the demography of Africa, and decided to set up a Panel on the Population Dynamics of Sub-Saharan Africa.

The demographic transition as applied to tropical Africa with particular reference to health, education and economic factors.

The Demography of Tropical Africa. William Brass, Ansley J. Coale, Paul Demeny, Don F. Heisel, Frank Lorimer, Anatole Romaniuk, and Etienne Van De the editorial sponsorship of the Office of Population Research, Princeton : D.

Roberts. The Population of Tropical Africa. London: Longmans, Green, and Co. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population African Population Conference, Dakar (three volumes).

Liège: IUSSP. Kuczynski, R.R. Demographic Survey of the British Colonial Empire, Vol. 1 (West Africa). Oxford: Oxford University Press. demographic transition for sub-Saharan Africa. The aim is to identify the policies that will help countries maximize the demographic dividend— an episode of higher economic growth driven by changes in the age structure of the population and by accompanying policies.

To this end, this chapter reviews sub-Saharan Africa’s demographic transition. The study aims to understand projected changes in the population age structure, a critical condition for realizing demographic dividend, through in sub-Saharan Africa.

Specific aims are: to Cited by: 2. The European process of demographic transition was well advanced by the turn of the twentieth century, though in most of eastern and southern Europe fertility had not yet started to decline and the population was still growing rapidly (Coale andWatkins ).

The most populous country in Africa, Nigeria accounts for approximately one-sixth of Africa's people. (CIA World Factbook, ) Professor JG Ottong, a social scientist at the University of Calabar, explained that population has been a sensitive and controversial issue "because of its implications for shaping regional, state and ethnic relations and balance of power".

Sub-Saharan Africa continues to undergo profound demographic changes, including a rapid decline in death rates, particularly among children; a more than tripling of its population, from million in to million in ; and a forecast doubling the population by Africa is poised on the edge of a potential takeoff to sustained economic growth.

This takeoff can be abetted by a demographic dividend from the changes in population age structure. Declines in child mortality, followed by declines in fertility, produce a 'bulge' generation and a large number of working age people, giving a boost to the economy. What stage of the Demographic Transition produces a rapid rise in the rate of natural increase.

-Africa-England-Iraq-France. The inter tropical convergence zone is a belt low pressure that circles earth and results from strong solar radiation in the equatorial zone. Demographic = to do with population Transition = Change Model = in Geography, a model is a simplified way of looking at the world to make it easier to understand.

The Demographic Transition Model is a simplified way of looking at how population is changing and has changed around the world. It focuses on birth rates, death rates and natural increase.

Because these tropical regions dominate Africa in terms of population, overall fertility for sub-Saharan Africa remains at children per woman in –, and at for Africa as a whole.

Outside of Africa, except for a few small Pacific Island nations, and for the tribal Islamic countries of Yemen, Palestine, Afghanistan and Iraq. Africa's Lagging Demographic Transition: Evidence from Exogenous Impacts of Malaria Ecology and Agricultural Technology Dalton Conley, Gordon C.

McCord, Jeffrey D. Sachs. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):Children, Health. South Africa is experiencing significant social and demographic challenges, including internal migration, unemployment, and poor health and educational outcomes.

The legacy of apartheid means that, in South Africa, the severity and scale of those challenges are frequently amplified.

While certain factors, such as commodity prices and the rate of global economic recovery are simply outside. The million live in Tropical Africa, and a belt extending from Bangladesh through Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran and most Arab countries to Morocco--with exceptions such as Egypt and Tunisia.

Is the Demographic transition in Europe a key to explaining demographic changes in the LDCs and a guide to estimating future fertility trends?Tropical rainforests are tropical moist forests of semi-deciduous varieties distributed across nine West African countries.

Institute for Sea Research conducted a temperature record dating back toyears ago. Several conservation and development demographic settings are such that the most loss of rain forests has occurred in countries of higher population growth.I've been asked similar questions about my interest in tropical medicine and my volunteer work in Africa.

Sachs goes on to discuss the demographic transition, a phenomenon that has occurred in every industrialized country and is occurring in developing countries; that is, as standards of living improve, people have fewer : Matthew Rollosson.