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Population Review

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Stage 1 Low population growth rate due to a high birth rate and a high death rate, E.g rural areas.
Stage 2 Rapid decrease in a country’s death rate while the birth rate remains high. Attributed to significant improvements in overall health, specifically access to paediatric care, E.g Afghanistan, Sub-Saharan Africa .
Stage 3 Death rates are low and birth rates decrease, usually as a result of improved economic conditions, an increase in women’s status and education, and access to contraception, E.g Mexico, Phillippines
Stage 4 Birth rates and death rates are both low, stabilizing total population growth. Strong economies, highly educated citizens, ample healthcare systems, the migration of people from rural communities to cities, and expanded employment opportunities for women.
Stage 5 Country experiences loss to the overall population as the death rate becomes higher than the birth rate, E.g Japan, Germany
Infant Mortality Rate How many babies die before the age of 1, per 1,000 people, per year
Life expectancy How long a person is expected to live on average
Fertility rate How many kids a women is projected to have in her lifetime on average
Pop. Growth rate The increase in population per year