Name Course Professor Date Introduction Nepal which is officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is found in the South of Asia as a landlocked country. Nepal is made up of a population which as at 2016 was 28 982 771 covering an area of 147181.00 km² (World Bank). The country has achieved remarkable changes over the past years and the changes are still eminent at the moment. There are several indicators including health education as well as gender which have received tremendous change. Therefore this paper seeks to 2015. In regards to the demographic transition model Nepal would fall under stage three which is the industrial or the late expanding stage. This is because the country portrays the characteristics of the industrial stage in terms of the following. One the country is has over the years experiencing a decrease in both birth as well as the death rate (World Bank). Secondly even though the country’s population has grown over time the population has begun to level off. Work cited World Bank. Retrieved from: data.worldbank.org Accessed on September 30 2017. [...]
Collect the following data about Nepal from World Bank data.worldbank.org GNI per capita GNI PPP TFR Birth Rate Death Rate Natural rate of increase Answer the following questions in the paper of at least 500 words in 12pt. font, double spaced -Would your country be considered developed, or developing? Why? -Is the population of your country increasing or decreasing? Why? -What stage of the demographic transition model would your country likely fall under?