Uganda: 1.2 Million Babies Born Yearly

AGNES KYOTALENGERIRE writes at ALLAFRICA.COM:

THE population of Uganda has grown from 4.8 million people in 1950 to 33 million people as per UDHS (2011).

With the current rate of population growth of 3.2 per annum implies that about 1.2 million babies are born every year.

The country’s population is expected to double yet again in 22 years to 55 million people. If the current trend continues, it is projected that by 2050, Uganda will have 130 million people.  READ MORE.

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