Middle East and North Africa

Africa's population is growing quickly. And it's on the move

Two trends dominate the evolution of sub-Saharan migration. Image: REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

Jesus Gonzalez-Garcia

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Image: World Bank, Migration and Remittances Database.
Image: United Nations World Population Prospects
Image: World Bank, Migration and Remittances Database, and IMF staff calculations.

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