Development in a nation starts when everyone has a basic means of surviving. A nation cannot develop when unemployment is the order of the day. A continent cannot succeed in wealth creation when majority of the populace are unemployed.
With a population of two billion in 2015, Africans need to work towards development and this task does not lie only in d hands of d government. Non-governmental organizations that are capable of creating job opportunities could also help involve people with work. This strategy would help poverty and unemployment be a thing of the past for the country and this would influence the continent too. The government should encourage the youths in d country in all ways because a country without plans for her youths has no future.
If Africa would succeed in creating wealth, it has to first address the problem of unemployment development in Africa would be made possible when at least 80% of it inhabitants have food on their tables. For Africa to be a better place by 2015 when there would be two billion people in it, the countries that make up the continent have to be well developed. These countries should engage more in creating new industries. Invariably, that would lead to the creation of jobs for some inhabitants and by doing this; the country is indirectly creating wealth. Growth is inevitable, so development must take place to enhance creation of wealth.
In conclusion, if there’s a strategic planning towards job creation and development, the population by 2015 would not affect Africa, It would just make us know d best way to manage the situation.