what can cause urbanisation in a developing country? why might it be undesirable?
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what can cause urbanisation in a developing country? why might it be undesirable?

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Urbanization is the rapid growth of the size of population living in cities and towns. This is mainly as a result of people migrating from rural areas to towns, which is highly visible especially in developing countries. According to statistics, it is estimated that more than half i.e. approximately 60 of worlds population will be living in urban areas by the year 2030 (Knox, 2005). It is also estimated that more than 150000 people migrate to towns on daily basis, with less developed countries showing a higher trend than that of developed countries. For an urban area to be categorized as such, there are various indicators which must be present. These are for example the population density, percentage of under dependence on agriculture, public utilities among others but which may vary

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