Population Growth Essay

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Although aspects, such as population growth, health and education were emphasized almost a hundred years ago, for decades some developing countries are still not doing good at their economic development in terms of population growth, health and education. In 2013, the world has a population of about 7.2 billion, and at the same time, it was expected that population would rise by 0.9 billion in 2025 and reach 9.6 billion approximately by the year 2050. Will a developing country become a developed country because of rapid and positive population growth? No in general, rapid population growths in China and India tell us how problems like hunger and health issues are made and such problems lead to economic growth is slower than population growth.…show more content…
Low-income countries have 17 times higher under-5 mortality than in high-income countries in the world of today. Based on study, South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa with a serious teacher and student absenteeism and truancy, it comes along with high under-5 mortality rate and problems of malaria, AIDS, HIV, malnourishment, malnutrition, tuberculois and lymphatic filariasis. There is a strong positive correlation between education and health, future mothers are usually taught health knowledge, indirectly or directly, from formal education; ability to read and write and numeracy in school help future mothers in diagnosing, curing and treating children diseases and health problems; they are exposed to modern society from schooling and education makes them more open-minded to modern medical medicine and treatments. In Morocco, health knowledge is not obtainable from classroom, whereas literacy and numeracy skills learnt in the classroom are applied outside the classroom to learn health knowledge, in the end, it is beneficial to children. It illustrates that the better the mother’s health knowledge, the better the child health and nutrition, it also means under-5 mortality rates reduce as mothers’ education levels

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