Online Course: African Population

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Syllabus of the eLearning Course (Subject): Trends in the African Population.

“The future of humanity is ever more African” (UNICEF).

  1. Trends in African Population
  2. Comparison between the African and World population
  3. Growth of the African cities
  4. Tracking Africa's Progress in Figures (the African Development Bank)
  5. Life expectancy and mortality
  6. Health and Education in Africa
  7. Generation 2030: Child demographics in Africa (UNICEF)
  8. Child, adolescent, working-age and elderly populations in Africa
  9. Trends in Births in Africa (By 2030: 33% of Global births)
  10. Density and urbanisation in Africa
  11. Fragility and poverty in Africa
  12. Demographic transition of Africa
The eLearning Course (Subject) “Trends in the African Population” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs (Bachelors, Master of Science, Doctorates) taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Doctorate in Business in Africa (Distance learning)
  2. Masters of Science (MSc): International Business, Foreign Trade, Africa
  3. Bachelor of Science in Inter-African Business

Online African Students (Masters, Doctorates)

Languages of study Online Higher Education in English or Study, Master in International Business in French Afrique Online Tertiary Education in Portuguese População africana Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Población africana.

In thirty-five years, 25% of the world's population will be African.

Sample of the e-learning Course / Subject - Trends in the African Population (African Civilisation):
Online Course: African Population

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Description of the Course / Subject (Online Learning): African Population.

The Human capital will be the main driver of the economic growth in Africa, an opportunity to obtain a “demographic dividend.”

Total African population: 1,037,694,509 inhabitants

  1. Male: 518,636,010
  2. Female: 519,058,499

Women are one of the pillars of economic development in Africa:

  1. 70% percent of the agricultural labour
  2. According to the OECD, the African Women produce 90% of all food

Africa will lead the growth of the World's population over the next fifty years.

Mega - African cities: 50% of Africa's population will live in a town (2040).

Mega African cities:
Mega African cities

African Population.

Country/Population (Normalised, 2015)

Nigeria: 185,043,000
Ethiopia: 90,076,000
Egypt: 88,523,000
Democratic Republic of the Congo: 71,246,000
South Africa: 54,844,000
Tanzania: 48,829,000
Kenya: 44,153,000
Algeria: 39,903,000
Sudan: 38,435,000
Uganda: 35,760,000
Morocco: 33,656,000
Ghana: 27,714,000
Mozambique: 25,728,000
Angola: 25,326,000
Ivory Coast: 25,302,000
Madagascar: 23,053,000
Cameroon: 21,918,000
Niger: 18,880,000
Burkina Faso: 18,477,000
Mali: 17,796,000
Malawi: 16,307,000
Zambia: 15,474,000
Senegal: 14,150,000
Chad: 13,675,000
Zimbabwe: 13,503,000
South Sudan: 12,519,000
Rwanda: 11,324,000
Tunisia: 11,118,000
Somalia: 10,972,000
Guinea: 10,935,000
Benin: 10,750,000
Burundi: 9,824,000
Togo: 7,065,000
Eritrea: 6,895,000
Libya: 6,521,000
Sierra Leone: 6,513,000
The Central African Republic: 5,545,000
Republic of the Congo: 4,706,000
Liberia: 4,046,000
Mauritania: 3,632,000
Gabon: 2,382,000
Namibia: 2,233,000
Botswana: 2,176,000
Gambia: 2,022,000
Equatorial Guinea: 1,996,000
Lesotho: 1,908,000
Guinea-Bissau: 1,788,000
Mauritius: 1,263,000
Swaziland: 1,097,000
Djibouti: 961,000
Comoros: 783,000
Arab Republic Saharaui Democratic: 656,000
Cape Verde: 525,000
Saint Tome and Príncipe: 194,000
Seychelles: 97,000
Total Africa: 1,151,303,000

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