Young People in West and Central Africa: Health, demographic, education and socioeconomic indicators Posted on September 9, 2018 (September 9, 2019) by APHRC Admin PUBLICATIONS RESOURCES // PUBLICATIONS Journal Articles Young People in West and Central Africa: Health, demographic, education and socioeconomic indicators September 2018 By 2025, West and Central Africa (WCA) will not only have the largest number of young people globally but will also be the only region of the world where the population of young people will continue to grow. Protecting the lives and ensuring the well-being of these young people is a precondition for development and progress in the sub-region. This fact sheet presents evidence on the situation of young people in WCA. It specifically addresses the health, economic, educational, demographic, and other conditions related to young people in the sub-region, and highlights essential evidence in the drive towards the region’s first demographic dividend and much-vaunted vision of shared prosperity for all its citizens. Authors: Chimaraoke Izugbara, Frederick Wekesah, Joshua Amo-Adjei, Caroline Kabiru, Zacharie Tsala Dimbuene, and Jacques Emina. Read the full report at https://aphrc.org/post/publications/young-people-west-central-africahealth-demographic-education-socioeconomic-indicators Download CONTRIBUTORS Chimaraoke Izugbara Chimaraoke joined APHRC in 2006 as a Sabbatical Fellow and… View Profile Post Doctoral Research Scientist Frederick Murunga Wekesah Frederick Murunga Wekesah is an epidemiologist and a researcher. He… View Profile Joshua Amo-Adjei View Profile Demographer-Statistician Zacharie Tsala Dimbuene View Profile SIMILAR PUBLICATIONS No content found.