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  • Reply to: International Trade Can Help Africa Grow   2 weeks 1 day ago

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  • Reply to: Why do Kenyans want to live in cities?   2 weeks 4 days ago

    Many of the things in this article are happening all over the world. People are moving short distances, from rural to urban areas, in search of jobs and more opportunity. My question is; who are these people? Is it young men, families, and/or everybody?

  • Reply to: International Trade Can Help Africa Grow   1 month 2 days ago

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  • Reply to: Can rapid population growth be good for economic development?   1 month 1 week ago

    there is strength in numbers. that's absolutely true. but have you considered the that there are limited resources everywhere and that these resources are taped to meet the non satiable needs of the population. now imagine the population keeps expanding immeasurably.
    there would be shortage of resources and hunger will increase greatly, death will arise, more corruption, theft etc. how will the the population be taken care of if food, money and other consumable goods are not enough as a result of a huge pop.
    secondly government be less burdened to have a larger percentage of the pop. to be the working force relative to the old and youth than to have large numbers of the old and youth exceeding that of the working force, as they are not working. this would bring more stress to her and she will have to spend most of her revenues on the old and children, giving her an implicit cost of benefits the country would have attained should the government have undertaken projects with the revenue.
    i however agree with government taking measures to promote education. because Africa lacks quality human resources as well as the technical know-how on taping the endowed resources. if we were highly educated( not just a few) we would go far in the development on Africa. so its better for the large population to be educated as Africa is still developing than to have all the natural resources and a large population with no or less education.