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Niger and Canada
Transcript of Niger and Canada
Niger and Canada are two very different countries. Niger is a developing country while Canada is a developed country.
Here is a chart comparing health, education, and income.
Niger and Canada
By: Kin and Jefferson
There is a lower life expectancy in Niger than there
is in Canada. This is because in Canada we have a better health care system than Niger. This is the difference between developed and developing.
As you can see,
Canada has a lot
more people in their 50's than Niger
Literacy Rate In Canada
42% of the adults in Canada between the ages of 16 and 65 have low literacy skills.
55% of adults in the working age years in Canada are estimated to have less than adequate health literacy skills. Surprisingly, 88% of adults over the age of 65 appear to be in this situation.
Adults often do not have the literacy skills required to get into job training programs.
Less than 20% of people with the lowest literacy skills are employed. The literacy rate for both male and female is 99%
Niger only has a literacy rate of 28.7%.
In Niger, there are 47.6
In Canada there are
11.00 births/1000 population
There is a huge difference in
infant mortality between Niger
and Canada. This might because
Niger has way more babies than
Canada- 5.19 4.5
Niger- 94.5 84.9
(per 1000 live births)
Per Capita Income
Canada's capita income is less than
Niger's capita income because in Niger you
already work as a kid, making more money
for your country but in Canada that does not
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