Population set to grow over 16 million over the next decade, to exceed 128 million people. This will increase the demand for electricity, housing, retail, education and healthcare.
This demand is based on ABiQ’s population forecast over the next decade. The demand could even double to 6 GW by 2030.
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ABiQ predicts the country’s population will hit 15.3 million by 2030, resulting in the need for 1.6 new housing units and 17 new hospitals. But what else will it need?
Population set to grow over 10 million over the next decade, to exceed 65 million people. As a result, electricity demand will reach 2.5 GW.
East Africa will need to train, develop and employ an additional 15,000 physicians and add more than 100,000 new hospital beds over the next 10 years.
Based on a forecasted population increase of 16% by 2030, we predict North Africa will need an additional 3 billion cubic metres of fresh potable water just to maintain the current standard of access.
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