Overpopulation & Africa

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For most of our history, the human population grew slowly. Until new discoveries brought us more food and made us live longer. In just a hundred years the human population quadrupled.
This led to apocalyptic visions of an overcrowded earth. But the population growth rate actually peaked in the 1960s. Since then, fertility rates have crashed as countries industrialize and develop. World population is now expected to balance out at around 11 billion by the end of the century.
But the big picture conceals the details.

Let us look at one region in particular:
Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2019 it was home to a billion people living in 46 countries. Although its growth rate has slowed down in the last few decades, it is still much higher than in the rest of the world.
While some projections expect around 2.6 billion people others reckon with up to 5 billion by 2100.
Such growth would be a huge challenge for any society. But Sub-Saharan Africa is also the poorest region on earth.
So is Sub-Saharan Africa doomed? And why do the projections vary by 2.4 billion people?


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    Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

    3 mánuðum síðan

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    • Kanye South

      Kanye South

      11 dögum síðan

      @Oakley Golden-Pursey 2 montys

    • 12shzarmai 55

      12shzarmai 55

      28 dögum síðan

      Great video. And Everyone be gangsta till Africa becomes the most populous continent on Earth.

    • Ильюха Краснодарский

      Ильюха Краснодарский

      29 dögum síðan

      Hello, I'm from Russia, I really like your videos, keep up the good work 👍, can you see more in Russian?

    • ross smith

      ross smith

      Mánuði síðan

      Even if population in sub Sahara Africa stays stable, just look at Nigeria. Over 200 million people and very little Rainforest/jungle. It's mostly farmland.

    • Christoph Schneeweiß

      Christoph Schneeweiß

      Mánuði síðan

      You don't seriously think we are gonna survive this century? Humanity can be glad if 1 Billion is left by the end of the century.

  • Transformer Real

    Transformer Real

    3 klukkustundum síðan

    This video helped my classmates overcome their pro eugenics takes

  • Luke Manning

    Luke Manning

    4 klukkustundum síðan

    Armenian/Artsakh-Hungarian
    Grandparents: 16 siblings (8 made it to adolescence)
    Mom: 7 siblings
    Me: 5 siblings

  • Willem Van Staden

    Willem Van Staden

    4 klukkustundum síðan

    In South Africa, at least, the main problem is that the money sent as aid or investment by foreign countries are spirited away into the vast black hole that is called the ruling political elite and their families. Corruption plagues the ex-comrades who only seek to fatten themselves and their friends and family while poor people just stay poor.

  • Dakshita

    Dakshita

    6 klukkustundum síðan

    dad : 7 siblings
    mom: 3 siblings
    me: 2 siblings (one of them is my twin)

  • 채지훈

    채지훈

    8 klukkustundum síðan

    4:29 amogus

  • Big Dan's Livestreams

    Big Dan's Livestreams

    10 klukkustundum síðan

    2:10 "In the 1960s, the average woman had 7 children" *shows 6 kids*

  • HisImages Mr. & Mrs. Agyei

    HisImages Mr. & Mrs. Agyei

    15 klukkustundum síðan

    The problem is not population, the problem is exploitation...

  • killerlightning -

    killerlightning -

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Africa just has a bad reputation, maybe the worst in the world, when it comes to economic and educational issues. Maybe this is what in part perpetuates their problems for far longer than in other parts of the world even in cases where the countries make huge efforts to do better. Simply put, investors would feel much safer putting their money on a recovering European country than on an African one. It's like when a student that gets bad grades makes an effort to improve but finds himself stuck because the teachers already have a bad impression of him and don't trust that he will maintain his new-found motivation. This in turn gives the student worse results than he deserved, or at least than what he would have gotten with the same help from teachers that is considered universal, and so when the student actually feels discouraged, the teacher feels reassured in that his hunch had been right all along. It's a never ending cycle. The same affects African governments. If a government, especially in Africa, makes tremendous changes in an effort to repair their situation, when those changes don't pay off as expected, the government will face instability and might even be toppled.

  • Bunny Gummybear

    Bunny Gummybear

    Degi Síðan síðan

    1:57 lol too scared to include china when tens of millions died of starvation in the 1960

  • Jahid Hasan

    Jahid Hasan

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Thank you for bringing Bangladesh :)
    Very Fascinating work

  • Timothy James Dongon

    Timothy James Dongon

    Degi Síðan síðan

    2:52 is a mans dream

  • MemeFlavoredJam

    MemeFlavoredJam

    Degi Síðan síðan

    4:46
    Amogus

  • Animation Chronicles

    Animation Chronicles

    2 dögum síðan

    I like how he hasn't talked about South Africa or even shown the flag

  • 86wellacre

    86wellacre

    3 dögum síðan

    Kids cost money it’s fair enough to only have two or three.

  • James Smith

    James Smith

    3 dögum síðan

    It's always an issue for Black people to procreate but never for White people. Do people realize that the Earth is getting browner every year and will eventually dominate the globe once again? Do people also realize that by 2045 America for instance will be White minority? I find this "science" odd as its targeting one of the fastest growing populations of color and labeling it "a crisis." For whom and who said?
    Also, why didn't this video address the fact that the continent of African is the most resource rich continent in the world but is also the most exploited largely due to its part in the colonization period?

  • Thando Zungu

    Thando Zungu

    3 dögum síðan

    Bruh South Africa is 4X bigger then the UK but have 7 million less people but we're the ones who are over populated

  • balanchaev tukuncho

    balanchaev tukuncho

    3 dögum síðan

    Кандай?

  • Priya Rani

    Priya Rani

    3 dögum síðan

    Indian streets : hold my beer

  • LaTe Ko

    LaTe Ko

    3 dögum síðan

    Can we talk about the nuclear option

  • Mashoor Araf

    Mashoor Araf

    3 dögum síðan

    I am from Bangladesh. My grandfather had 9 children(1960-70's) and then the next generation my father has 2 children (2000).

  • Bucky Goldstein

    Bucky Goldstein

    4 dögum síðan

    Thank you Kurzgesagt for teaching ignorant me how the world works.

  • Gamer Cat

    Gamer Cat

    4 dögum síðan

    _“We won't include the whole of Africa, otherwise the video would be an hour long”_
    I'd see that more as a gift

  • Akoji Emmanuel

    Akoji Emmanuel

    5 dögum síðan

    Poorest? 😂😂 or you mean greedy leaders who don’t do anything and make us look poor?

    • Biden Sucks

      Biden Sucks

      3 dögum síðan

      lol..... shuddap bum

  • Kurze Animation

    Kurze Animation

    5 dögum síðan

    My Grandma had 9 Siblings. I have none.

    • Biden Sucks

      Biden Sucks

      3 dögum síðan

      she was a good little man sauce dumpster

  • Hasan Kaynar

    Hasan Kaynar

    6 dögum síðan

    Mom-2
    Dad-3
    Me-3
    In TURKEY

  • Drew

    Drew

    6 dögum síðan

    Whoa whoa. So you’re trying to tell us that affordable accessible healthcare and affordable quality education helps countries thrive?! Hogwash.

    • Biden Sucks

      Biden Sucks

      3 dögum síðan

      shuddap leftist

  • valueoftruthdotorg

    valueoftruthdotorg

    6 dögum síðan

    Whats up Kurzgesagt! Check out my response video to your video "What is life?" :)

  • Евгений Крыжановский

    Евгений Крыжановский

    6 dögum síðan

    Просто шикарный канал, спасибо большое за работу!

  • Chief teef teef returns

    Chief teef teef returns

    6 dögum síðan

    We don’t need more a—f—r—I—c—a—n—s

  • Samuel MontyPython

    Samuel MontyPython

    6 dögum síðan

    Cardano!

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    Tammy Tammy

    6 dögum síðan

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  • Monoja Kennedy

    Monoja Kennedy

    6 dögum síðan

    My grandmother who had only 4 kids (she wanted more but didn't get them) wasn't happy when my mom told her that her 3 kids were enough. She wanted more grandkids 😂. And now even out generation wants less kids.
    So the population of Africa wouldn't be 5Billion by 2100. I'm sure our grandkids will have same family size as the Europeans

  • A Axolotl

    A Axolotl

    6 dögum síðan

    Old videos

  • lukeTDM850

    lukeTDM850

    8 dögum síðan

    What about islamic women who aren't allowed an education? And have to obey the mans wishes. Are their birth rates high?

    • KA

      KA

      4 dögum síðan

      @lukeTDM850 The birth rates of the islamic countries are lowest in africa at 2-3 children per women.

    • lukeTDM850

      lukeTDM850

      4 dögum síðan

      @KA UK lately as i have witnessed women living under the mans rule personally here, but it is present in all other islamic countries aswell, author Ed hussain is releasing a book on this topic soon.

    • KA

      KA

      4 dögum síðan

      Which countries?

  • KillahManjaro

    KillahManjaro

    8 dögum síðan

    What's this guy talking about? Only rich regions of the earth get colonized. Europe is the poorest region of the Earth because they have no natural resources anyone needs. African nation just need better infrastructure, which they are finally working on, they also should stop selling raw minerals to the west and only sell finished finished good to other regions.

  • Cool Stotalk

    Cool Stotalk

    8 dögum síðan

    What about north africa?!

    • Cool Stotalk

      Cool Stotalk

      4 dögum síðan

      @KA thanks 🇲🇦

    • KA

      KA

      4 dögum síðan

      low birthrate in north africa, most near the replacement rate of 2.1 Libya - 2.24 Tunisia - 2.2 Egypt - 3.33 Morocco - 2.42 Algeria - 3.02

  • Elke S

    Elke S

    9 dögum síðan

    I feel really sorry for the animated birds in these animations. They’re constantly tortured. Crushed, pulled into black holes, the works

    • Elke S

      Elke S

      6 dögum síðan

      I’m not being completely serious. But they just get annihilated in these.

    • Alen Mandal

      Alen Mandal

      6 dögum síðan

      Please tell me it's a satire

  • ronaldonmg

    ronaldonmg

    9 dögum síðan

    Yet another video pretending to talk about overpopulation, without mentioning per-capita consumption.
    Yes, subsaharan Africa could easily feed itself, but not if huge parts of land are used for (exported) tobacco, fodder, carfuel...

  • yotoball I4

    yotoball I4

    9 dögum síðan

    We'll unfortunately you took a basic element out of the equation. Islam and it's negative effects in all the regions ruled by it.

  • Nasimul Haque

    Nasimul Haque

    10 dögum síðan

    Its really amazing that you guys often use Bangladesh as a example in many videos. Really I see a bright future for my country 😊.
    Anyways I am also a single child of my parents.

  • Joshua David Romero

    Joshua David Romero

    11 dögum síðan

    Then the church comes to take the condoms away, very smart.

    • Animation Chronicles

      Animation Chronicles

      2 dögum síðan

      @Joshua David Romero haven't been to one I'll b

    • Joshua David Romero

      Joshua David Romero

      2 dögum síðan

      @Animation Chronicles The catholics

    • Animation Chronicles

      Animation Chronicles

      2 dögum síðan

      Which one?

  • Walid Khan

    Walid Khan

    11 dögum síðan

    Lots of love from Bangladesh

  • Berdiq

    Berdiq

    11 dögum síðan

    I'm from Kazakhstan and I'm sure you can't even realize how happy kazakhs are when they hear smth about their country somewhere else

    • KA

      KA

      4 dögum síðan

      no need to be a weeb

  • SPIN CT DAILY

    SPIN CT DAILY

    11 dögum síðan

    They do get to choose how many children they have, simply don't have sex. Its really mind boggling how people don't understand that

  • Evan Page

    Evan Page

    13 dögum síðan

    God: "Go forth and populate the Earth."
    ...
    God, some time later: "No, not like that!"

    • Animation Chronicles

      Animation Chronicles

      2 dögum síðan

      This is practically India and China..countries alone

  • Rafi Muhammad Zakaria

    Rafi Muhammad Zakaria

    13 dögum síðan

    Well guess what? Bangladesh has become a Developing country by 2020, 4 years before projection. By 2021, Bangladesh achieved the highest GDP per capita and standard of living in the sub continent.
    Great Success. Joy Bangla.

  • Milladur Rahman Mubin

    Milladur Rahman Mubin

    14 dögum síðan

    Well, it's felt very good to see my country, Bangladesh, has done a lot on reducing population growth, educate people, providing better helathcare. I appreciate the praise your channel give to my country.

  • SUDHIR PATEL

    SUDHIR PATEL

    14 dögum síðan

    Education, employment, technology, and contraceptives reduce population. People have more children if they own farms that if farms were government and corporate owned and controlled people would have no need to have more children. Grandpa had a farm with no technology back then so he had 13 children. Father lived in the city so he had 3 children. And I plan on having no children because I do not want that heavy responsibility.

  • SUDHIR PATEL

    SUDHIR PATEL

    14 dögum síðan

    Nature goes on forever for everyone and everything to return as everyone and everything an infinite number of times through evolutionary processes.

  • ᅵwhybee

    ᅵwhybee

    14 dögum síðan

    Education

  • Köftebaba

    Köftebaba

    14 dögum síðan

    Dede calissana aq

  • Sagesse

    Sagesse

    15 dögum síðan

    We need to redefine the word parent. Do parents have children for the right reasons. Why are sooooooooooo many children left to the streets to survive. Poverty, poverty, poverty! Is that fair toward children! Come on people, why is it so hard to understand that you wat to give your child the best life! There should be laws, that if you want to have many children then you must be able to prove that you can afford it & every parent must be forced to have policies to ensure you can look after those children!

  • Margaret Brooks

    Margaret Brooks

    15 dögum síðan

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    Luis Guevara

    16 dögum síðan

    👍🏻

  • Joy Welch

    Joy Welch

    16 dögum síðan

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  • PULKIT GUPTA

    PULKIT GUPTA

    17 dögum síðan

    FYI, Bangladesh got independent in 1971.

  • J. Rizz

    J. Rizz

    17 dögum síðan

    The country China has more people than than the continent Africa

    • VividRouge

      VividRouge

      15 dögum síðan

      Doesn't Africa have like 2 billion people? I geussed btw

  • stuart124

    stuart124

    19 dögum síðan

    "Ethnically heterogeneous and lacked unity"
    Did nobody tell them "diversity is your strength"?

    • Admiral_ Waffles

      Admiral_ Waffles

      16 dögum síðan

      On a small scale yes. On the scale of countries, no. Different groups of whatever kind (geographic, ethnic, cultural, political, etc) can have competing interests, and makes anything involving cooperation and integratiom within the country more difficult. Why else do you think china, a homogenous, integrated authoritarian state can move people and material in weeks, when it takes even western countries months to do the same?

  • JJr Carvalho

    JJr Carvalho

    19 dögum síðan

    The video speaks more about Bangladesh than afrika

  • Xiaotian (Carlos) Ma

    Xiaotian (Carlos) Ma

    22 dögum síðan

    omg i love the birdies and ducks in the video explaining the situation.

  • Y Yotto

    Y Yotto

    22 dögum síðan

    why can't u just ban poor people to having children

    • Kérity Ezyo

      Kérity Ezyo

      21 degi síðan síðan

      Because without preservatives they can't prevent to have children

  • Aryan HS

    Aryan HS

    23 dögum síðan

    I am a Bangladeshi

  • SNAKE CoDM

    SNAKE CoDM

    25 dögum síðan

    I love hoe they actuqlly do research first

  • Trần Mai Quỳnh

    Trần Mai Quỳnh

    25 dögum síðan

    I am from Vietnam whose population has witnessed huge declinations in population growth due to better contraception and education as mentioned in the video. My grandmother had up to 8 siblings (including the youngly dead ones), each of my parents have 4 siblings who all managed to live until now. And me: just 1 younger brother, I feel really OK with this. My society is far more comfortable when talking about sex, condom and family planning, cultivating early awareness of population growth among residents (GREATTT ONE!!).
    Really feeel proud of my nation, Vietnammmm

  • Etds

    Etds

    25 dögum síðan

    1:30 PLEASE

  • Evelyn Chums

    Evelyn Chums

    25 dögum síðan

    Any study of the progress and social history of any and whichever group of people cannot be broken down in generalisations.
    Language has and will always be homogeneous to the rapid development in any civilisation or culture.

  • Tophat gaming

    Tophat gaming

    25 dögum síðan

    2:26
    can i just call out the fact that kursgesagt has the best interpretation of Indians I've ever seen on yt?
    Thank you.

  • DeadlyDanDaMan

    DeadlyDanDaMan

    26 dögum síðan

    Even if the global birth rate dropped to only 2 children per family, THAT IS STILL TOO MUCH. THAT WILL STILL CAUSE EXPONENTIAL GROWTH. Seriously, you people CAN'T be this fucking stupid?! The population WILL NOT BALANCE OUT AT 11 BILLION PEOPLE. That is a complete fucking guess, and a VERY poor one at that for the EXACT REASON I just told you. Two people have 2 kids; those 2 kids have 2 kids (4 kids); then those 4 kids have 2 kids (8 kids); then those 8 kids have 2 kids (16 kids); then those 16 kids have 2 kids (32 kids); then those 32 kids have 2 kids (64 kids); then those 64 kids have 2 kids (128 kids); then those 128 kids have 2 kids (256 kids); etc.; etc.;....THAT IS EXPONENTIAL GROWTH YOU DUMB FUCKS. And NO, even when you factor in random and natural deaths, that STILL ISN'T ENOUGH. The population has gotten TOO LARGE for ANYTHING to stop the exponential growth. IT'S TOO LATE. WE ARE FUCKED.

    • Amir Mohammed

      Amir Mohammed

      25 dögum síðan

      Bro, when they meant two kids, they meant each couple has two kids. Not every human being. You’d think that was a given.

    • Cloud

      Cloud

      26 dögum síðan

      Mate you are wrong. A population balances ou when families have 2.1-2.2 kids if the fertility rate drops belove 2, a population starts to decline what happened in Europe or East Asia. Africa on the over hand still has massive fertility rates compared to its mortality. Sure its been declining, but slower than the mortality has fallen and is still falling fast. Which made sub sacharan Africas population grow 7 times since 1950s wich was never seen in human histoiry. The growth is slowing down, but anual population is growing fast since theres more people to make more people. From a futuristic point of view we will probably see a black, africain dominant population in the future. Since most young people by the year 2070 will be living in one continent - Africa.

  • Ismael Mendes Martins

    Ismael Mendes Martins

    26 dögum síðan

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  • 6051徐翊喬

    6051徐翊喬

    26 dögum síðan

    很高興看到這樣的訊息,使得我們對非洲有更多認識~大推~~

  • Josef Cannedy

    Josef Cannedy

    27 dögum síðan

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  • Timberwolfe

    Timberwolfe

    27 dögum síðan

    So sad that people love contraceptives. My mom spent 6 years trying and then finding out she couldnt have kids. That's the dark side of contraceptives

  • Sean McDonald

    Sean McDonald

    28 dögum síðan

    The good thing now is that Wakanda is FINALLY going to stop hiding and hoarding its enormous wealth . . . . . .

  • Sum1

    Sum1

    29 dögum síðan

    Don't tease us with hour long videos and not follow through!

  • zouroman

    zouroman

    29 dögum síðan

    It's very True education really does have an enormous effect on the population and have an impact both on the age of marriage number of offspring, while my grand parents we're married at a relatively young age with 8 children 2 of them died at birth , my parents were married a bit older with only 2 children, and here I am now expecting not to get married until a bit later then my parents.

  • Champa Deep

    Champa Deep

    Mánuði síðan

    I so lucky and happy that I live in Bangladesh

  • A R

    A R

    Mánuði síðan

    Um... yes but no... the foundation of capitalist economy in North America and Britain is colonization and the reason for poverty and hence having more children in Africa and dare I say slavery which caused civil unrest... then continue with your video... ...but wait the idea is to go back and extract more ? Ok how about with all the intrest from all the resources and people extracted you provide free access to clean water. Invest for free environmentally sound solutions to soil erosion, get rid of the dictators who for the most part are in power because of your new lines on the map, and create schools and universities with leading PhDs t.o educate the new generations to be world leading PhDs... then there you go.. birth "control".

  • AAditya Mishra

    AAditya Mishra

    Mánuði síðan

    Trojan about to be a fortune 500 company

  • Susan

    Susan

    Mánuði síðan

    My grandparents from mom side have 7. Out of that 7, they have 15 grandkids. Out of 15 we have 7 great grandkids.
    My parents have 4, and only one grand kid from my sister 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 the other 6 from my cousins 🤦

  • Rob

    Rob

    Mánuði síðan

    STOP FUCKING!!

  • I am Kira

    I am Kira

    Mánuði síðan

    Anyone liking the quality of the videos ??

  • A A

    A A

    Mánuði síðan

    getting the fertility rate below 2 is disasterous. we should encourage people to have more children!!!! for the sake of the economy and asset price growth!!!!!

    • shayseahawkraptorfan

      shayseahawkraptorfan

      Mánuði síðan

      Population growth is bad we should get the birth rate below 2

  • bekzat abilkasym

    bekzat abilkasym

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    Қазақ

  • Lukman Ibrahim

    Lukman Ibrahim

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    My family is also *HUGE* since Pagaruyung Kingdom, but they're spread in Indonesia 🇲🇨 . And this is why my hometown is the world's 4th biggest population, after India 🇮🇳 , USA 🇺🇸 , and China 🇨🇳

  • celticwinter

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    2000: Africa has a problem with overpopulation
    2020: we don't talk about Africas you-know-what problem in public, it's political suicide
    2021: western children are bad for the climate tho
    2022: marriage is less freedom and basically imprisonment of strong women, please don't
    2040: we have no data on the population growth in Africa, no. why? lmao
    2050: there's people starving in Africa, embassy burning and it's also your fault
    2060: declining birth rate in the west, we don't understand why. It's probably your fault
    If we ignore it long enough, it will go away. I'm sure of it.

  • Ferk Jenkins

    Ferk Jenkins

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    Invest in education. OK gotcha.

  • Varoon

    Varoon

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    I'm from Mauritius, the most developed African country.
    My paternal grandfather had 9 children, my maternal grandfather 7 and my father 2.

  • Zuma Gallerte

    Zuma Gallerte

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    That Asia wasn't colonized until recently and hadn't (and still has) multi-ethnic societies is just not true. East Asia was ravaged by war in the 1940s and there was war later like the Korean War and Vietnam War and there were several civil wars. Still all those countries fare better than any african country. Point 1 is just a politically correct smokescreen to hide the unexplainable fact of how staggeringly far africans lag behind the rest of humanity.

  • Des Westens

    Des Westens

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    This is myth rooted in racism and cultural discrimination. Let’s end it :)

    • Space Ananas

      Space Ananas

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      Yea id like to know that too, what is the myth here? They just showed data on population growth

    • Kérity Ezyo

      Kérity Ezyo

      21 degi síðan síðan

      What is the myth ? African has a lot of children or it's the poorest continent ?

  • Ice Bear

    Ice Bear

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    My mother has 2 brothers and 3 sisters. And my father also has two brothers and three sisters. And I have three sisters. I'm the only brother. I think it's slowing down slowly for us. Every one in my family (my uncles) has at least two to three children.

  • JAC gaming

    JAC gaming

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    Japan : we need moareeee

  • Dan Kelly

    Dan Kelly

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    Maybe I misheard or misunderstood but it sounded to me like you said that the world population is projected to level off at 11 billion? I find that difficult to take seriously.

  • AZN stuff

    AZN stuff

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    cut all aid to africa and india. no medicine, no money, no vaccines from the West

    • Kérity Ezyo

      Kérity Ezyo

      21 degi síðan síðan

      Because s·he wants all poor African/Indian die

    • Lucky Izzac

      Lucky Izzac

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      wtf why?

  • Dovakinn Rhodhark

    Dovakinn Rhodhark

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    I find one thing incorrect. There was no Bangladesh in 1960. In 1972 Bangladesh was liberated.

  • AJT - ABRAR JARIF TAHSIN

    AJT - ABRAR JARIF TAHSIN

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    From Bangladesh ❤️❤️

  • Travis Jones

    Travis Jones

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    Sure Sub-Saharan Africa is diverse, but that doesn't change the fact that the vast majority of the countries are both poor and have high fertility rates. The only reason that Sub-Saharan Africa, as a UN development region, is cut off from the Maghreb is due to historic demographic differences - the Maghreb is Arab and Berber. In Sub-Saharan Africa, there are only a few outliers like South Africa, Botswana and the Seychelles. South Africa was lucky enough in the 20th century to have a white and Asian population driving the economy.

  • Beatles..

    Beatles..

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    We need to form a world govt to enforce 1 child policy...need to emprison people who are having more kids

    • Beatles..

      Beatles..

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      @KJ110813 there won't be any gender imbalance if baby will be selected by test tubes or coupon system... Family will be forced to plan boys or girls there's always options...

    • KJ110813

      KJ110813

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      And have a worldwide gender imbalance like what resulted from China's one child policy? I dk. Seems like a terrible idea. ...china is a great nation when it comes to showing the world what not to do.

    • Beatles..

      Beatles..

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      @Goku Ultra Istinct believe me it's totally make sense..

    • Goku Ultra Istinct

      Goku Ultra Istinct

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      What the hell? It doesn't even make sense

  • Ayden Shahraki

    Ayden Shahraki

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    My mom: 5 siblings
    My dad: 12
    Me: My brother
    That’s Iran (Pretend it was bold)

  • Sharon Co

    Sharon Co

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    This is very informative but I don't understand why you keep on saying that one factor is when "women decide to have children later in life" as if the men are not as much responsible for the pregnancy. Yeah, women have only started receiving education bc of sexism. But men havd been educated long before. Is this an implication that educating men didn't have an effect on their family planning decisions because THEY'RE WERE NEVER AND STILL NOT BEING HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PREGNANCIES THEY HAVE CAUSED??