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What makes some countries rich and other countries poor?

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Sinead Velasquez-O'neail

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What makes some countries rich and other countries poor?
We looked at the physical and political climate of each country.
After doing our research we noticed that the majority of these countries are considered to be tropical climates. But some of the natural disasters that come along with having this type of climate are droughts, earthquakes, floods, dusty winds, volcanic erruptions, etc.
Religions and
Languages.
Religion
The literacy rates and number of women in the workforce
(franco)
Hersheys Chocolate bar are $1.39


(derek)
Ivory Coast\Ghana
1.8 million children aged 5-17 years work in cocoa farms. 40% of them go to school. 5% get paid. they handle chemicals and prolonged exposure they are prone to incorrigible respiratory and dermatological diseases
For this group assignment, the objective was for us students to explore the global economic inequalities and be able to talk about what we've learned. Our class focused on the ingredients in an Oh Henry bar, our group's ingredient is cacao.
So we looked at the major cacao producing countries
One of our tasks was to create a pie graph displaying the world producers of our good, which is cacao.
By: Franco, Sinead, Kristen and Derek


Brazil: unequal access of fresh water; more doctors in big cities than smaller ones
Cameroon: Unsafe water and poor sanitation; shortage of medical professional and 2 medic pros die each year
Ecuador: Need to pay for water but at reasonable prices; good health care, reasonable prices as well and great medical care
Dominican Republic: Good water services. Healthcare is free unless you are covered by a socialized system
Papua NewGuinea: Safe water and sanitation
Got the basic healthcare
Columbia: Water exceeds standards. Columbia health supports the students and un
Task #5
This photo is of a sick child, getting healthcare in Nigeria.
These two photos are of the people in Nigeria and Cameroon struggling to get fresh water.
Ivory coast: Difficult access to safe drinking water
;little health centers
Indonesia: 70% of drinking water are contaminated;
Must register health insurance for medical care/treatment
Ghana: 3.5 million people have to get dirty from unsafe sources; many deaths from deadly mosquitoes and not enough doctors
Nigeria: 6.3 million people have no access to safe water; 97000 children die each year from poor sanitation and diarrhea
You might think everyone in the world can live up to approximately 75 years old, but did you know it all depends on the way we live our life? Countries such as Cameroon don't have clean water sources, and also lack in medical professionals. They can live up to around 51.58 years. That is a young age to pass away. 70.68% of people can read there, and their HDI GDP seems at a good $16,983 but compared to Brazil or the Dominican Republic- they are just barely passing by. Brazil has the highest GDP on the list at $1,751,744 and people live for around 73.44 years. Brazil still has it's perks though, as doctors are low in small cities and there isn't fair amounts of fresh water going around, but you'll learn about that later.

This is a small border line village in Cameroon that doesn't have fresh water sources so villagers must wash their clothes and get their drinking water from the same place. Would you trade your life for
their life?
Chart of Information.
Ivory Coast- 60% Muslim, 22% Christian, 18% Indigenous beliefs.
Indonesia- 88% Muslim, 5% Protestant, 3% Roman Catholic, 4% other.
Ghana- 63% Christian, 21% Indigenous beliefs, 16% Islam.
Nigeria- 50% Islam, 40% Christian, 10% Indigenous beliefs.
Brazil- 74% Roman Catholic, 15% Protestant, 2% Spiritualist, 9% other.
Cameroon- 40% Christian, 40% Indigenous beliefs, 20% Islam.
Ecuador- 95% Roman Catholic, 5% other.
Dominican Republic- 95% Roman Catholic, 5% other.
Papua New Guinea- 27% Roman Catholic, 20% Indigenous beliefs,
19.5% Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua
New Guinea, 33.5% other.
Colombia- 90% Roman Catholic, 10% other.
Languages
Languages
Ivory Coast- French, Baoulé, Sénoufo, Yacouba, Agni, +70 others.
Indonesia- Bahasa Indonesia, English, Dutch, Javanese, +580 others.
Ghana- English, African Languages including Akan, Moshi, Dagomba, Ewe, Ga.
Nigeria- English, Hausa, Yoruba, Ibo, Fulani, +200 others.
Brazil- Portuguese, Spanish, English, French.
Cameroon- French, English, +24 others.
Ecuador- Spanish, Quecha, and other amerindian languages.
Dominican Republic- Spanish.
Papua New Guinea- Tok Pisin (Melanesian Pidgin, the Lingua Franca) Hiri Motu, English,
+715 others.
Colombia- Spanish.
various flags to countries listed above.
Bibliography
Kristen:
unitednations.org -- about.com -- countryeconomy.com --theglobaleconomy.com --infoplease.com -- google.ca/images --worldhealth.com
Derek:
Franco:
Sinead:
Thanks for watching :D
K.C
Task #7 K.C
Indonesia
58% get paid 1-2$ for 12 hours of work. 40% go\ went to school. kids at the age of 7 handle harsh chemicals that can burn skin and kill you
Nigeria
57% get paid. 33% go\ went to school
they start at 6a.m and work for 12 hours straight and only make1-2$ kids at the age of 10 they have to handle chemicals with out proper equipment. they are prone to diseases
Brazil
60% get paid. 42% go\ went to school. they work
for 12 hours and only get paid 1-2$ they have no training but they still handle chemicals
Cameroon
59% get paid and the ones that do only get paid 1-2$ for 12 hours of work. 42$ go/ went to school. they have no health care so if they get hurt using chemicals the company wont pay for the injury
Ecuador
58% get paid and the ones that do get paid only get paid 1-2$ for 12 hours of work. 38% go/ went to school. they work non stop no breaks. and that not enough to feed there family.
Dominican Republic
61% get paid and the ones that do only get paid 1=2$ for 12hours of work. 48% go/ went to school. they have to work even if they are sick
Papua New guinea
56% get paid and the one that do only get paid 1-2$ for 12 hours of work.
Colombia
64% get paid and the ones that do only 1-2$ for 12 hours of work. 47% go/ went to school
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