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Transcript of Madagascar
Crude Birth Rate:37.51
crude Death Rate:7.79
Life expectancy: male/61.52 Female/65.7
exports: coffee vanilla shellfish sugar cotton cloth
Literacy Rate: make/61.52 female/65.7
density: 33 per kn2 Unit 2 UNit 3 Q.1 Are public displays of affection , anger or other emotions acceptable?
Public displays of affection such as a kiss on the cheek are acceptable, however, showing of anger isn't, because it is a sign of aggression and it is taken as a threat.
Q.2 Who are this countries national heroes?
is a female long distance runner who won three gold medals in the 2004 Olympic games. Everybody here knows her.
He is a famous Olympic track runner from Madagascar. People all over the country look up to him and want to be like him.
2006 African Championships.- silver medal
2003 All Africa Games- gold medal
2002 African Championships - silver medal
2000 African Championships - gold medal
1999 All Africa Games - silver medal Unit 4 Madagascar is a nation state because a they have many ethnic grouos that all derive from one, malagasy, that controls the territory withtin a recognized country/state. It has one main culture, malagasy. Madagascar is an island and it has a boundary of the indian ocean. The only border disputes are the ones involving water trade. It is an oval shaped compact state. Unit 5 Unit 6 country rank: 135
Life expectancy: 61.2
Literacy rate: 70.7
GDP per capita: 958
gender inequality index value: .308
There are 80% of the malagasy labor force in agriculture,
11% in the industry sector and 9% in the services sector.
Antananarvio is the countries main industrial region and
it is also the capital. The major industries in madagascar
include vanilla, coffee, agriculture, tourism and mining. Unit 7 urban poulation:5428753.7
Urban pop. %: 29.2
Toamasina, East 206,373 -18.167
Fianarantsoa, Upper Matsiatra 167,227 -
Mahajanga, Boeny 154,657
Toliara, South-West 115,319
Richer people in madagascar, known as the andriana live
in the middle of the cites wth the andevo, the lower class
serving families. While the hova, the middle class families live
on the outskirts of the town. Future outlook Current events article it relates to the political and poulation units.
it talks about how the greater the population with cancer
in an area of a city, the greater the amount of workers and hospital
beds and medical help, are sent there
they give a certain number amounts of free treatments
in an area, but the rising population is making it hard to keep giving treatments Projected population 2025: 32,965,9701
Projected polputation 2050: 65,460,246
Infant Mortality Rate: 51.45
fertility rate: 5.02
HIV rate: 24.5 million I think madagascar is in stage three of the demographic transition model. They
have a low cdr and a declining cbr. They have a very low
unemployment rate5.9%, high literacy rate of 68.9% for both males and females and a growing life expectance of 61. Madagascar practices subsistence agriculture. About 80% of the Malagasy work force is within the agricultural sector.
Traditional farming methods vary from location to location, according to population density, climate and water supply and The most intensive form of cultivation is practiced among the groups of the central highlands, where population densities are the highest. At the other extreme are the extensive slash and burn clearing and shifting cultivation in the south and the east. I think this country has a bright future because of its increasing dependence in the world trade. They produce alot for the MDC's. The cdr and cbr are both dropping leading to a low NIR. The literacy rates are growing and in many years the country will develop alot over the next 100 years.