The challenges of Africa's population boom

Africa's youth population is booming with tens of thousands of babies born on the continent every day.

    The United Nations Children's Fund is drawing attention to Africa's population boom.
    A new report says by the end of the century, four out of 10 of the world's people will be African.

    Researchers say it could either lead to prosperity or further strain on economies.
    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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