ANSWER:Niger is in the growth state of Thompson’s demographic transition. The population is growing rapidly in the African country and has one of the most excessive "population growth rates" in the world.
EXPLANATION:Niger has a population of 20 million. However, that number is soon to change to 50 million by 2050. Niger also has the "highest fertility rate" in the world and the inflow of refugees and migrants from war-torn neighboring countries further contribute to the rising population. The country is also facing various problems as the rapid surge in population makes the shortage of resources and social infrastructures.
B: Growth On Edg
Don't get me wrong here but i Think the answer is A balance
I think it's B) Growth
it is (B) Growth
Examine the population chart of Niger. Based on this chart, Niger is in the stage of Thompson’s Demographic Transition.
Please select the best answer from the choices provided.
The stage that leads to a fall in mortality rates. This decrease in mortality rates tend to resulted in a rapid increase in population, which is very common to be found in less developed country