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Support to Sustainable Urban Development in Malawi
Malawi has one of the fastest rates of urbanization in the world: its annual urban growth rate is higher than 5% with only 20% of its entire population living in an urban setting. Absolute urban growth in Malawi will exceed rural growth before 2025, with an urban population increase of 214,000 per annum between 2020 and 2025, compared to an increase of 193,000 in rural areas.
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