GENERAL VIEW OF WORLD
The total number of human currently living in
7.5 billion people(Feb 2017 population)
It is the instrument to measure and
estimate the world population.
It is the age that divides the population
into two numerically equal groups,that
is; half the people are younger than this
age and half are older.It is a single stage
that summarizes the age distribution of
TOP 8 COUNTRIES WORLD
CHINA 1378 MILLION INDIA 1708 MILLION
INDIA 1329 MILLION CHINA 1344 MILLION
UNITED STATES 324 MILLION UNITED STATES 398 MILLION
INDONESIA 259 MILLION NIGERIA 398 MILLION
BRAZIL 206 MILLION INDONESIA 360 MILLION
PAKISTAN 203 MILLION PAKISTAN 344 MILLION
NIGERIA 187 MILLION NIGERIA 226 MILLION
NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF
Rise in Unemployment:
When a country becomes overpopulated, it gives rise to
unemployment as there are fewer jobs to support a large
High cost of Living:
As demand and supply continues to expand due to
overpopulation, it raises the prices of various commodities
including food, shelter and healthcare.
More people will buy cars which will create more Air
Factories will have to make more product because of the
increase in consumers, making more Air pollution.
Increase in Crime:
Overpopulation gives rise to crime as people will steal various
items to feed their family and provide them with basic
amenities of life.
It is a condition on transport networks that occurs as use
increases, and is characterized by slower speeds, longer trip
times, and increased vehicular queuing.
Development of Slums:
A slum is a heavily populated urban informal settlement
characterized by substandard housing.
Most lack reliable sanitation services, supply of clean water,
reliable electricity, law enforcement and other basic services.
POSITIVE EFFECTS OF
i) When the population experiences growth, it increases the
number of people who can consume goods and services,
causing the economy to experience growth. When the
economy grows, this results in new industries that can
provide employment to the nation's citizens
ii) The birth of more people equates to a greater number of
parents investing in their youth.
Provision of better transport networks, setup of more basic