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Pakistan-The Road to Success

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Sean Cho

on 12 June 2014

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Transcript of Pakistan-The Road to Success

3.04% of their GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is spent on military expenditures
Political Profile
Economic Profile
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
The Solution
Parliamentary Democracy
Pakistan-The Road to Success
by Sean Cho, Michelle Ho, Jessie Ku, and Peter Wang
Country Profile
Political Map
Physical Map
Historical Timeline
Environmental Issues
Natural Resources
Political Map
Arabian Sea
U.S. Comparison
Cultural and Health Profile
U.S. Comparison
Population Profile
The Crisis
: Urdu
Political Profile (cont.)
Muslim 97% (Sunni 77% Shi'a 20%)

Number of physicians per 1,000 people
: .8

Major health issues
: Viral Hepatitis, lower respiratory infections
Exports to:
U.S.: 13%
Afghanistan: 10%
China: 7.4%
Germany: 5.4%
UAE: 5.3%
Overview of Energy in Pakistan
Natural gas
independent power generation plants
Imports from:
power outages lasting up to 22 hours a day
over 180 million
Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan
-cultural, economic, and political hub
Major cities include:
-Islamabad (the capital)
All major cities have many shopping centers, residential areas, industrial regions and administrative regions
cutting of forests
pollution from factories
China: 15%
UAE: 14%
Saudi Arabia: 9.6%
Kuwait: 8.2%
Malaysia: 5.9%
• India
• China
• Afghanistan
India exploded several nuclear devices before
• Iran
fitting nuclear warheads on a missile that was able to hit across most of central and northern India
1998-Conducts own nuclear tests
Current Leader: President Mamnoon Hussain
Military is split into three branches:
-Pakistan Army
-Pakistan Navy
- Pakistan Air Force
ended 11-year military rule
people decide to question the idea of succession
Nuclear power:
-small power programs, but steadily increasing
people were favoring the imposition of martial law
1988-General Zia dies
new laws were formed ex: Theft is punishable by amputation of the right hand
became an Islamic country
1991-Islamic Shariah law formally incorporated into legal codes
first of many military actions in Pakistan
corruption becomes evident
1958-General Aayub Khan seizes presidency/establishes martial law
first of many conflicts against India
Pakistan enters battle shortly after independence
1947-Pakistan engages war with India over Kashmir
Ethnic Group
: Punjabi, Sindhi, Balochi, Pashtun, Seraiki, Hazara
refine Pakistan's economy
Kashmir is a place of conflict
Effects of UN Benefits
increased use in alternative energy
increase community efforts
Effects of Negligence
Lack of electricity leads

The longer it takes to solve this problem, the worse other problems will become.
Lack of education
Hospitals having to cancel operations
Morgues struggle with decomposing bodies
Indus Valley
Indus River
Sulaiman Range
obtained in August 14, 1947
result of lengthy struggle between British Parliament and Muslims of India
spurred by ideas of philosopher Dr. Sir Mohammad Iqbal
Industrial Products:
Cotton/Textile (most important)
Food processing
Manufacturing chemicals
Agricultural Products:
Major Imports:
Palm oil
Raw cotton
Major Exports:
House linens
Cotton yarn
currently has a population of 182.6 million
pyramid expected to thin
currently at stage 3
will peak at 2070, with 281,913,000 people
Able to give back to benefactors
Long-lasting problems-finally laid to rest
Muhammad Ali Jinnah led independence movement
Sending aid to Pakistan is of the best interest of the UN Nations because:
Pakistan suffering serious problems
capable of returning benefits to UN nations
Thank you!
efforts to improve Pakistan are organized/prone to create results
Increased productivity reverses domino effect
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