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Pasha 45: Spotlight on population growth in Africa

The Conversation
20 Nov 2019, 04:38 GMT+10

Africa's population is expected to double by 2050. It's therefore important to look at what's driving population growth, and what can be done to slow the trend. These topics are being considered at the 8th African Population Conference in Entebbe in Uganda.

In the latest episode of Pasha, Alex Ezeh, a Dornsife Professor of Global Health at Drexel University, discusses how population growth can be addressed in an effective, practical and ethical way.

Read more: What's driving Africa's population growth. And what can change it

Photo: By Anton_Ivanov Unidentified Ghanaian people at the market in Ghana. Shutterstock

Music "Happy African Village" by John Bartmann, found on licensed under CC0 1.

Authors: Ozayr Patel - Digital Editor | Alex Ezeh - Dornsife Professor of Global Health, Drexel University The Conversation

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