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In 2100, Tanzania will be the 7th biggest country in the world

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    MkenyaMzalendo Senior Member

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    Kufikia mwaka huo hakutakuwa na nchi inayoitwa Tanzania. Hii unayodhani inaitwa Tanzania leo itakuwa imeshasambaratika kwenye vipande vipande maana ina kansa zinazoisumbua ambazo ni udini,ukabila na ukanda. Kabla ya kufikia 2100 ni matumaini yangu kuwa kansa hizo zitakuwa zimefikia stage ya kutokutibika hivyo kulazimishwa ama ijifie au baadhi ya maeneo kukatwa katwa ili kuzuia madhara ya kansa hizo sugu
     
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    Hapo kuna Tanzania tena, soma history. Hakuna waliokuwa wanazaana kama watu wa kale. Sisi tunazaana? Ingekuwa kuzaa sana ndio kuongeza population basi leo hii dunia ingejaa mbwa au paka.
     
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    hahaha aisee huu utabiri mbona umekaa kama kweli vile...hata nostradamus i bet angesema hivi kama ulivotabiri wewe
     
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    Marvelous
     
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    The biggest Country kwa kutumia vigezo vya Population????????

    Umetumia formula gani?
     
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    Wacha tuongezeke, unafikiri wazazi wetu wangepanga au kufunga kizazi sisi tungezaliwa leo?
     
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    nchi nyingine watakua hawazai?
     
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    Kenya ina eneo dogo ikilinganishwa na TZ ina watu karibu 35mil, Burundi nchi ndogo sana ina watu 8mil, Rwanda the same ina watu 9mil, kwa hizi nchi unasemaje mtoa mada?
     
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    Geza Ulole JF-Expert Member

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    BTW Kenya ina watu ~40 (39.8) mio. compared to 43.7 mio. (~44 mio.)in Tanzania according to WB in a landmass area ~1/2 of Tanzania (landmass 569,140 sq km vs 885,800 sq km in TZ, arable land is 8.1% vs 4.23% in TZ (though we supply cereals to you guys) and irrigated land 1,030 sq km vs 1,840 sq km in TZ) while population growth of 2.9% just like Tanzania! life expectancy 54 years compared to 56 years in Tanzania, whereas HIV infection >6.3% compare to 5.6% in Tanzania! Poverty ratio in Kenya is 46.6% of population compared to 35.7% in Tanzania! So i do not know who is to be worried here!
     
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    [h=1]State plans to slow down population growth[/h] [​IMG] Minister for State for Planning and National Development and Vision 2030 Wycliffe Oparanya launches the African Economic Outlook July 19, 2011 in Nairobi. Mr Oparanya says the government will use some of the funds earmarked for education and health programmes on population control.

    Funding for family planning services will be increased as the government comes to terms with the threat posed by the high population growth rate to realisation of the country's economic goals.
    Funding in family planning programmes took a back seat in the late 1990s globally as resources were channelled towards fighting the HIV/Aids pandemic. Planning minister Wycliffe Oparanya now says the government will use some of the funds earmarked for education and health programmes on population control.
    The programme will draw lessons from China, which it says has managed to retain a robust economic growth rate despite its 1.4 billion population, the highest in the world.
    Kenya's population growth rate stands at 2.9 per cent with a population of 38.6 million as per the last national census.
    The opportunity cost of the growing population is less spending on infrastructure, health, education, environment and other social and economic sectors. "Our population structure poses a critical challenge of addressing the rising youth unemployment rates and their potential adverse consequences on social stability," said Mr Oparanya.
    This is especially critical when the young population is educated and the economy does not generate enough jobs or support young people to start their own businesses.
    The African Development Bank (AfDB) says there is a direct relationship between joblessness among the educated and political instability typified by the revolution that rocked Tunisia earlier in the year.
    "Unemployment of graduates is a revolution in the making," said AfDB chief economist Mthuli Ncube said when he released the African Economic Outlook report on Tuesday.
    Institute of Economic Affairs executive director Kwame Owino said that the high population growth rate would not be a problem if the economic grows at a far faster rate.
    Mr Owino said that the ministry ought to plan for urban areas better since people living in urban areas tend to have fewer children than their rural counterparts.
    Education, especially of the girl child is also another way to tackle the growing rate of population since women with post-primary education tend to have fewer children than women with primary education only.
    With HIV/Aids prevalence rates dropping, family planning has come back within the government's funding screen.
    Business Daily:  - Politics and policy |State plans to slow down population growth
     
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    [h=1]State plans to slow down population growth[/h] [​IMG] Minister for State for Planning and National Development and Vision 2030 Wycliffe Oparanya launches the African Economic Outlook July 19, 2011 in Nairobi. Mr Oparanya says the government will use some of the funds earmarked for education and health programmes on population control.

    Funding for family planning services will be increased as the government comes to terms with the threat posed by the high population growth rate to realisation of the country’s economic goals.
    Funding in family planning programmes took a back seat in the late 1990s globally as resources were channelled towards fighting the HIV/Aids pandemic. Planning minister Wycliffe Oparanya now says the government will use some of the funds earmarked for education and health programmes on population control.
    The programme will draw lessons from China, which it says has managed to retain a robust economic growth rate despite its 1.4 billion population, the highest in the world.
    Kenya’s population growth rate stands at 2.9 per cent with a population of 38.6 million as per the last national census.
    The opportunity cost of the growing population is less spending on infrastructure, health, education, environment and other social and economic sectors. “Our population structure poses a critical challenge of addressing the rising youth unemployment rates and their potential adverse consequences on social stability,” said Mr Oparanya.
    This is especially critical when the young population is educated and the economy does not generate enough jobs or support young people to start their own businesses.
    The African Development Bank (AfDB) says there is a direct relationship between joblessness among the educated and political instability typified by the revolution that rocked Tunisia earlier in the year.
    “Unemployment of graduates is a revolution in the making,” said AfDB chief economist Mthuli Ncube said when he released the African Economic Outlook report on Tuesday.
    Institute of Economic Affairs executive director Kwame Owino said that the high population growth rate would not be a problem if the economic grows at a far faster rate.
    Mr Owino said that the ministry ought to plan for urban areas better since people living in urban areas tend to have fewer children than their rural counterparts.
    Education, especially of the girl child is also another way to tackle the growing rate of population since women with post-primary education tend to have fewer children than women with primary education only.
    With HIV/Aids prevalence rates dropping, family planning has come back within the government’s funding screen.
    Business Daily:  - Politics and policy |State plans to slow down population growth
     
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    Kumbe na wakenya wanachapia kimombo.

    Uksema bigest nation maana yake tanzania will need to conquer kenya, uganda burudi and rwanda etc otherwise it is impossible
    Ulitakiwa kusema Tanzania will be populous wich will need us just to mate and reproduce. and reproduce. Kwa hii uzuri u dont need a degree.
     
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    Mkuu umenifurahisha sana na haka ka kadongo kwa huyo Mkenya. Hata mimi nilikimbilia nikifikri labda itakuwa biggest kwa eneo, ooh kumbe jamaa anamaanisha wingi wa watu! Ila kusema ukweli nao siyo wazuri sana kwa Kimombo (siyo wote wanaokinyaka vizuri). Nimefanya nao kazi hawa jamaa kwenye NGO moja ambayo ina ofisi kwa hapa TZ na kule kwao, nawafahamu. Waholanzi walikuwa hawawasikii vizuri maana wakiongea Kimombo utafikiri wanaongea Kiluhya au Kikamba, afadhari ya Waluo. Yaani mkitoka kwenye chumba cha mkutano au semina ndo Waholanzi wanaanza kukusumbua kuhusu yaliyokuwa yanazungumzwa na Mk...ya.

    Ila kuhusu wingi wa watu hapa kwetu eti jamaa anatutahadharisha tupange uzazi kwani kwao wanajua kupanga uzazi? Mbona ki-Nchi kidogo lakini watu wengi na karibia watabanana, sasa wao sijui hiyo 2100 watakuwa wapi? Kama sasa hivi tu tunakimbizana nao itakuwaje kipindi hicho? Eeeh labda kwa vile wao karibia nchi nzima inataka kuwa ya Mashoga na Wasagaji!! Yetu macho!!!
     
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    MkenyaMzalendo Senior Member

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    Mwenzangu, i's true you can use the term populous to describe a country that is densely populated, but I haven't made any grammatical mistake, because one can use different aspects to describe size. When we say India is the "biggest democracy" in the world, we do not mean that it has the biggest surface area, we only mean it is the country with the highest population whose residents have the right to universal suffrage.

    Same way you can use different "vigezo's" to describe the size of a company, especially a bank. In Kenya for example, Equity is the biggest bank in terms of accounts/customers, but KCB is the biggest bank in terms of assets, another bank might also be considered the biggest in terms of revenues, or profits, and so on. I was therefore right to say Tz will be the 7th biggest country in the world, in terms of population.
     
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    Check this sentence: A goat ate two elephants.
    Grammatically this sentence is right, but semantically, not. We judge the correctness of a sentence not only by the grammar but also for its meaning.
    The problem is that we, who English is our second or third language, we are greatly influenced by our mother tongues when we speak/write English.
    Just an advice, we have to read more English literature so as to minimize these minor mistakes.
    Back to the topic, nowhere in your article Tanzania is mentioned. Where did you get the information that "Tanzania will be the 7th biggest country in the world?" Source please.
     
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