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2018 Graduation List

API is pleased to inform you that the Graduation list is out, Please check out your details especially the Oder of your full names plus spellings, Registration number, the Date of birth, Results e.t.c and communicate asap if you have any complaint. Inform all your colleagues about this important message.

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NOV 2018 Examinations Results Released

This is to inform all our esteamed students who sat for their exams in November 2018 that you can now check out your results in case you have any retake, please prepare to redo a suplimentaty paper in Febuary 2019 at your respective centres. Also to remind the new students that they can now check out their online portals using the user details given during the admission. Watch out for the December 2018 graduation list coming up soon. Inform all your collegues about it ........Read More

November 2018 Exams Time Table

Dear Student
Africa Population Institute (API) informs you that examinations for end of semester will begin at your Centre respectively in November 2018 ........Read More

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Human Resource Handbook

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This book forcuses on fundamental issues related to employment law, employee benefits, employee relations compesation, selection and stuffing, performance management and appraisal,......Read more >>

Trainer of Trainees(ToT)

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This Hand book will help to understand training cycle and to enhance skills in designing, implementing, conducting and evaluating training courses Read more >>

Public Health Hand Book

This Hand book will equip knowlege on public health administrative systems, enviromental health concepts, principles of epidemiology and statistical methods for health science Read more >>

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Africa's Population "Emergency"

Sub-Saharan Africa is headed for a "population emergency" according to a new French analysis of demographic trends.

The population of the continent south of the Sahara, decimated by the    slave trade and colonization, stood at 100 million in 1900, according to the study by Centre Population et Developpement. It had grown more than seven-fold to 770 million by 2005. By 2050, it will grow by as much as 2.6 times above that level, to 2 billion. The population of the entire world today is 6.6 billion.

In 1960, one African city had 1 million residents. Now, 40 do, and the rural exodus is continuing at such a pace that already strained cities are struggling to provide services, like health care, and infrastructure, like sewage treatment, enough to support the population growth.

Only six nations had economic growth above 7% - the rate believed  needed  to support population growth of this magnitude. The human toll of such poverty would be steep, and many environmental advocates warn that unique wildlife and landscapes cannot be protected over the long term unless people's lives are first made secure and relatively prosperous.

Source:www.thedailygreen.com/environmental-news/latest/africa-population




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