Linking demography with conflict, labour markets, and climate change

8th February 2021
Author: Evert-jan Quak

High population growth, as witnessed in many sub-Saharan African countries, has major implications on development outcomes. Three reports from the IDS-led Knowledge, Evidence and Learning for Development Programme (K4D) show this by looking at the implications for conflict, climate change, and labour markets. They conclude that population dynamics should be better understood and considered within development policies, strategies, and programmes.

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8th February 2021


Continent: Africa