Changes: Populations 1950, 2000, 2050, 2100

By 2100, Middle Africa will be pushing 1 billion people, and East and Western Africa will both exceed 1.5 billion–regional population totals exceeding where China was in 2000. There will likely be large Muslim concentrations amongst these groups. By 2050 alone, South Asia will exceed 2 billion while East Asia (China et al) will top out at 1.5 billion and be dropping back toward a billion by 2100. All of these demographic changes will have significant implications for global mission and global church partnerships. (Data source: UN 2017 Population Projections)

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