Population Distribution In Kenya

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In this essay I will be explaining the demographic transition change and the relationship between the 1990 and 2010 and the factors of the population distribution and population density in Kenya. Birth rate is the amount of live births per 1000 people per year. Death rate is the amount of deaths per 1000 people annually. Life expectancy is the average total of years a person born in a specific country might be expected to live. Literacy rate is the amount of people that are able to read and write. Infant mortality rate is the average number of deaths of children that are under 1 years old per 1000. Fertility rate is the amount of baby born to a woman that is at the age between 15-44. Natural increase is the difference between birth rate and death rate. The population density is the amount of people in a specific place and it is usually measured in km2. The population distribution shows how people are dispersed in different places.
“Densely populated areas have many people per square kilometer. In Kenya, there are areas that are densely populated, and in other areas, it is more sparsely populated. Very little rain for crops to grow, there are often droughts therefore the rivers dry up, there is a very poor water supply because most of that region is nowhere near the nearest source, the temperature there is usually very high, very little
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The age structure affects the socioeconomics issues. The population density is very important to know what the countries have to improve but it depend on the population age group. For example, if there is a high percentage of people under the age of 15, the country must invest more on things about education (school), if the percentage of people between 15-64 is high, the country must improve the living conditions and employments and if the percentage of people above 65 is high, the country must invest more on medical

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