Africa must begin aligning its developmental goals to meet the needs of future generations. Retlaw Matorwa AFRICA’s population is projected to double by 2,5 billion, with approximately 400 million people expected to live in Nigeria alone by 2050 (UN Population Division 2012). According to State of the World Population Report (2007), Africa’s urban population will increase by 50 percent between 2000 and 2030, and will be home to more than half of the world’s population aged 17 to 35 years. If not properly managed, these figures spell doom for Africa as demand for food, social services and infrastructure increases. As such, Africa must begin aligning its developmental goals to meet the needs of future generations.…