Africa 2015 uses an interactive map to show estimated African poverty levels for the year 2015. Sequoia estimate that population growth will place an additional 36 million Africans in Poverty by 2015 - despite an estimated 5% decrease in African poverty levels, driven by economic growth. Using World Bank data on current poverty levels and economic growth forecasts from the International Monetary Fund, Sequoia have estimated future African poverty levels for the year 2015. Africa 2015 shows the results of that study for each country and includes estimates for other indicators covering health, sanitation, nutrition & education.

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