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Ethiopia

By: Stephen Pitre
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Balistic Primacy

on 22 April 2010

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Ethiopia Human Development Index (HDI): 0.414 and place 175th out of the worlds major countries. Shown here is the algorithm to solve for HDI. It consists of life expectancy, education, gross enrollment, and gross domestic product (GPD). Lifetime Expectancy The average life of a person in Ethiopia is 49.03 years. For males it is 47.86 years.
Females 50.24 years. Demographics Age Total Population at 0-14: male 17,031,000 female 16,216,000
Total Population at 15-64: male 17,935,000 female 19,363,000
Total Population at 65+: male 2,328,000 female 3,361,000 Total Population: 73,908,000 Population increase of 3.21% anually Eduacation


and Literacy The total percent of those educated from 7-18 was about 23.7% that is around 16 million children The literacy of the male population is about 50.3% of the total male population while the literacy of the female population is about 35.1% of the female population. But only 42.7% of the entire population is literate. Literacy Education Out of the 16 million students, there are only 105,000 teachers and 7100 primary schools. This is all funded by 3.6% of the GDP (188 million dollars) Gross Domestic Product The total GDP nominaly of Ethiopia is 33 billion while per capita it is $417.54 out of that 33 billion, 47.5% is spent on agriculture, 15.1% is spend on other srevices, 14.8% is spent on trade and hotels, 0.5% on mining, 4.5% on manufaturing, 1.9% on electricity and water, 5.6% on construction, 5.6% on transportation/ communication, and 4.4% was spent on governmental services. Ethiopia The End THE END By: Stephen Pitre
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