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demographic trends and prospects

Demographic Trends and Prospects

Presented by:

Eduard Bos

Health, Nutrition, and Population

The World Bank

John Bongaarts, Population Council, contributed slides

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Demographic Trends and Prospects

  • Past trends in population size
  • Projections
  • 3) Determinants of population change: fertility, mortality, and migration
  • 4) Impact of AIDS epidemic
  • 5) Changing age structures
  • 6) Population policy options
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Projections of Population Size

Selected Countries:2000-2050

Increase

Population size (millions)

Country

2000

2050

2000-2050

1,262

1,505

19%

China

India

1,016

1,561

54%

210

320

52%

Indonesia

Brazil

170

245

44%

Pakistan

138

292

112%

130

230

77%

Bangladesh

Nigeria

127

261

106%

Russia

146

114

-22%

Japan

127

105

-21%

Germany

82

67

-17%

how reliable are demographic projections
How Reliable are Demographic Projections
  • Cohort component methodology: trends in vital rates projected separately
  • Baseline data: accurate data determine short-term accuracy
  • Assumptions about the future: past trends; no “unusual” events
  • Longer term: increasing uncertainty
  • Global, regional, country, subnational
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Why Population Growth in LDCs Continues

  • Fertility remains above the replacement level
  • Declining mortality
  • Population momentum due to a young age structure
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Global Estimates of HIV Prevalence

19902000

Number infected with HIV 9 36 million

Percent of adults infected 0.3 1.2 %

how does hiv aids affect demographic trends
How does HIV/AIDS affect demographic trends
  • Mortality of adults (mostly 20-50) increases death rates
  • Mortality of adults reduces number of women of childbearing age: fewer births
  • Mortality of children increases death rates, reduces future size of adult population
  • Mortality indicators much worse
  • Dependency ratios not greatly affected
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4) Changing age structure

Population Council

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Causes of

Population Growth

  • Policy Options

1) Unwanted fertility and unmet need for contraception and abortion

  • Strengthen family planning programs
  • Improve fertility regulation technology
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Causes of

Population Growth

  • Policy Options

1) Unwanted fertility and unmet need for contraception and abortion

  • Strengthen family planning programs
  • Improve fertility regulation technology
  • Emphasize human development

2) High desired

Family size

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Socioeconomic Factors Affecting

Demand for Births

  • Level of education
  • Status of women
  • Infant Mortality
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Causes of

Population Growth

Policy Options

  • Strengthen family planning programs
  • Improve fertility regulation technology

1) Unwanted fertility and unmet need for contraception and abortion

2) High desired

family size

  • Emphasize human development

3) Momentum of

population growth

  • Delay childbearing
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