posted by Meherin on .
this is a difficult question, its a critical question but i don't kno wat to write really
The title of this article is called Population Growth in Kenya.
Develop and defend a hypothesis about how many people might live in Kenya 100 years from now. What factors should you take into account? What are some factors that might make the figure higher or lower?
First, I suggest you read these sources, using the first one primarily for its statistics.
Birth and death rates are generally high in poor countries with low literacy rates. Do you think Kenya will be among the developed countries in 100 years? Why?
As health services increase, so does the amount of people. But you'll have to research to see if Kenya is getting more hospitals in isolated locations, or if their current ones are getting shut down because of lack of funds. Maybe search for "healthcare system in Kenya" to see how it has changed, and how it will most likely change. But keep in mind, regardless the amount of hospitals or doctors offices, Kenya's AIDS rate is increasing, which means a sizable portion of its population is getting killed type into a search engine "Kenya's AIDS rate" and you'll get an idea for how it is affecting their population. From there, you can make your hypothesis.