Population Growth in Developing Countries

Population growth in developing countries

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  1. Pumla Dlilanga May 17, 2011

    I would like to find out more about developing countries and the population grouth in the developing countries.

  2. Chris Giovagnoni March 9, 2009

    The answer is:

    95 percent.

    Currently, the world’s population totals more than 6.7 billion and grows at an average rate of around 80 million persons per year.

    Asia, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America, three regions of the world made up of mostly developing countries, account for most of the world’s increasing population.

    (Sources: worldfactbook.org; census.gov, November 2008)

  3. Sara Benson March 8, 2009

    It is staggering to think about what this percentage really means.
    …Countries that have less are continually having to provide for more and more people.

  4. Sarah C March 6, 2009

    wow that is a lot!

  5. Sara Benson March 5, 2009

    The growth is 97%!

  6. Judith Tremblay March 5, 2009

    97%–that’s 80 million people per year!

  7. Jo March 5, 2009

    I think it is 97%

  8. Jill Foley March 5, 2009

    ninety seven percent!

  9. yipeng March 5, 2009

    To think that God would grace me in the other 3% is unthinkable. We should do what we can for the world from where we are.

  10. Chuck Guth March 5, 2009


  11. Brittany March 5, 2009

    Ninety seven percent!

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