Canada to Egypt 2040

The transcontinental country spanning across lands

Egypt

Egypt is a transcontinental country, because it crosses and goes over the northeast corner of Africa and southwest Asia. this country pertains in the Eastern North Africa. This country is mainly known for its 1000 years pyramid and monumental pharaohs built for the king.


Its population density was last measured 81.5 people per sq.km.Egypt's population was last measured to the amount of 82.06 million in 2013. there immigration rate was 0.4 percent. the net migration rate of 0.19( 1000 persons leave and enter the country per year. there growth rate has raised from 2.5 to 3.7,death rate of 4.77 deaths in average and birth rate of 23.35 average births.

Demography for Canada

Canada's population density was last measured 3.73 (people/km sq). there population also remains to 35.16 mil (2013). There net migration rate is 5.66 per 1000. there annual growth rate is 0.76, birth rate 1.61 per women and have a death rate of 8.31 per 1000.
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Graph Comparison

As you can see in Egypt's Graph they have a higher rapid growth in younger citizens but a sudden decrease in there older adults. Unlike Canada they have a large decrease in comparison to Egypt. Egypt is growing at a very rapid rate, with a peak rate of 4.8/1000, while Canada has a steady rate (yet decreasing) at a peak rate of aprox. 1.4.

Prediction for 2040

I predict that within the next incoming years to 2040 that there is going to be a large increase within the adults in Egypt and and Canadian would have a decrease in adult birth and slight increase in births. Also Egypt is highly over populated, with a even amount of males and females. I predict that if they do not fix there populations constant increase- by 2040 there country will become unstable/unsustainable, there could also be a high possibility that they could have a huge reduction in food and water supply being received for the population. Also,Canada has a stable population which doesn't seem as though it will lose sustainability in the next 40 years.

Canada's Population Pyramid

Canada, based of this population pyramid has a lack of new infants from the first 2 age groups. Also, I can see that the baby boomers took affect in middle aged adults from ages from 44, to 59. Also the females have a slight larger population, except in times of the baby boomers where they are notably larger.

Egypt's Population Pyramid

As you can see in Egypt pyramids has a well balanced gender-ed population, with a extreme distance between the age group of infants to teenagers, then adult and lastly seniors. This gap started from the ages of 30-35. One of the main reasons why this is'nt a issue is because of the non restriction the president Hosni Mubarakis has on the fertility rate. In fact instead of stopping or reducing the rate he enhanced it by providing more family plan policies costing the government of Egypt money, they predict that by 2016 the rate should be cut in half, due to there stronger family programs,but is struggling due to the fact that each year it increases by 1.5 million(population) and is predicted to increase by 95.6 million by 2026 starting from 1995.

Canada's and Egypt's Demography comparison

As you can see one of the most major differences between these 2 population was obviously the fertility rate and the difference between the youth's growth rate. I Think that reason behind this is, because of the baby boomer affect that took place in Canada which increased the youths rate temporarily and after the years have gone by it most likely balanced out and had a huge increase in elders, which will most likely result in increase of deaths rate and in a long run birth rates will increase.

STATISTICS

EGYPT-population density is 81.5 per sq.km

population overall is 82.06 million

immigration rate is 0.4

net migration rate is 0.19 (per 1000 that eave or exit)

death rate in average 4.77

birth rate is 23.35 in average.

growth rate was last measured and increased from 2.5 to 3.7


CANADA- population density 3.73(people/km.sq)

population remains 35.16 million

net migration 5.66 per 1000

growth rate 0.76

birth rate 1.61

death rate 8.31