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UN Report: Sub-Saharan African Population Expected to Double by 2050

Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to skyrocket in population over the next 30 years. What will that mean for the world's youngest continent as the rest of the world is getting older?

UN Report: Sub-Saharan African Population Expected to Double by 2050
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