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Chapter 3: Comparing Development Patterns

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Jasmine Malhi

on 7 May 2014

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Chapter 3: Comparing Development Patterns
Human development index:
a comparison of countries that measures health, wealth, and education of each nation's citizen's; global life standards, global life expectancy, global literacy rate
Types of aids:
Foreign aid:
Describes the flow of assistance between governments. Money, loans, trained people, supplies and equipment can move from one nation to the other
Bilateral Aid:
Connects 2 countries together: given by the government of one country directly to another. It's mostly used in military allies or former colonies
Multilateral Aid/World Bank:
given by the government of a country to an international organization, such as the world bank
Tied Aid:
Economic Aid that has conditions on where and how it must be be used
NGO (Non-Governmental Organization):
an Aid agency that is independent of any government
The 3 L's/basic freedom:
1) Living Standards
2) Literacy Rate
3) Life Expectancy

Answer the following questions in the hat and answer the right answer on the following pins.
technology and development:
With the appropriate technology, developing nations can develop with more accessible way. But, appropriate technology, is the environment, cultural, economic situation it is intended for. it does not require huge investments, high-tech equipment, or fossil fuels. It aims for to improve people's ability to feed, clothe, and shelter for their families.
Living Standards:
The amount of goods and service people can purchase
every country is different because of the differences in personal wealth
For the reason, being in a developed nation, the resources are high with income, modernization, and industrialization so they have good paying jobs with affordable houses with effective plumbing and sanitation systems. On the other, countries with developing nations have limited resources, which means they don't have jobs or low paying jobs therefore it's hard for them to get food and to afford a house.
Literacy Rate:
The percentage of people with ability to read and write
children need a basic education to learn how to read and write. These abilities will give them an alternative working in traditional rural livelihood such as farming or fishing. with a bit, of education, young children in developing countries can access better paid employment in transportation, tourism, and other service jobs.
Life expectancy:
the average number of years a is expected to live
long life indicates a society with a strong health care system
- Access to safe water and food supplies
- improved medical technology and hospital care
Basic freedoms:
Quality of life means more than health, wealth, and education. Everyone has rights, even if your a new born, teen, or an adult, but everyone deserves to have their voice heard and live peacefully.
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