Family planning and the worldwide population crisis
Campaigner for worldwide family planning
19 August 2004
These are the rough figures for Africa, for the Islamic countries from Saudi Arabia to Pakistan, excluding Turkey, and for Europe, excluding Turkey.
|All Africa||Saudi Arabia to Pakistan||All Africa and
Saudi Arabia to Pakistan
|Europe and Russia|
|1950||200 million||80 million||300 million||546 million|
|1975||400 million||160 million||600 million||674 million|
|2000||800 million||320 million||1,200 million||729 million|
|2050||1,600 million||640 million||2,400 million||658 million|
After 2050, the population of Europe (bar immigration) will probably be going down.
After 2050, the population of the Islamic countries and Africa (bar a cataclysm) will be going up fast.
THESE ISLAMIC COUNTRIES AND AFRICA ARE IN THE GRIP OF A HUGE POPULATION EXPLOSION, WHICH HAS CAUSED AND IS CAUSING AND WILL CAUSE GREAT POVERTY.
Population statistics are approximations of figures given by US Bureau of the Census.
The Bureau’s estimation of the population of the countries from Saudi Arabia to Pakistan is:
83 million in 1950, 328 million in 2000, and 722 million in 2050
The Bureau’s estimation of the population of Africa is:
227 million in 1950, 804 million in 2000, and 1,792 million in 2050
The Bureau’s estimation of the population of Africa plus Saudi Arabia to Pakistan is:
310 million in 1950, 1,132 million in 2000, and 2,514 million in 2050
Any comment on these figures, and especially any correction, will be gratefully received.