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Canada vs.Haiti Project

Amber Wootton

on 7 March 2013

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By: Amber W. Health Education Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haiti#Health Haiti VS. Canada In Canada Life Expectancy Your Life Expectancy at birth is 62 years. The mortality rate for children five years and under is, approximately 9 deaths per 100 children. http://hdr.undp.org/en/countries/ GDP On Health 1.2% of GDP is spent on health Fertility Rate http://www.theodora.com/wfbcurrent/haiti/haiti_people.html The Fertility rate is approximately three children per women, as of 2012. Doctor: Patient Ratio Doctors in cities- 1 to 1,250 Doctors in rural areas- 1 to 4000 GDP on Education Only 40% of Haiti's population have access to basic health care http://www.smores-intl.org/9.html 1.5% of GDP is spent on Education Literacy Rate The literacy rate is 52.9% The literacy rate for primary school is 67%, and fewer than 30% of students reach 6th grade. Enrollment in School Only 65% of primary students are actually enrolled.
Only 63% of those students will complete it. In secondary school the percent drops to 55% Though the Haitians place a high value on education, few people can afford to send their children to secondary school. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Haiti#Education Economy/ Infrastructure GDP Per Capita The amount of money spent on GDP per Capita is $1'045, as of 2005. Average Salary Most Haitians live on $2 or less per day, which is about $14 or less per week. Unemployment In the world Fact Book it states that,"more than two-thirds of the labor force do not have formal jobs." % of pop. Below Poverty Line 80% of pop. lives under poverty line. 54% of pop. are in abject poverty. Health Life Expectancy The life expectancy at birth of the total population is 81 years Male: 79 years Female: 84 years The mortality rate for children five years and under is 0.6 deaths per 100 children. GDP on Health 7.1% of GDP is spent on health Fertility Rate The total fertility rate is approximately two children per women as of 2012. Doctor: Patient Ratio The total estimated doctor patient ratio is one doctor for every 492 people. Education GDP On Education 4.9% of GDP is spent on education. Literacy Rate The total literacy rate for Canada is 99%. Male literacy rate : 99% Female literacy rate: 99% Enrollment In School Approximately 93% of all Canadians are, or at some point of their life, enrolled in school. Economy/ Infrastructure GDP Per Capita The amount of money spent on GDP per Capita is $34'567, as of 2005. Average Salary Unemployment The unemployment rate in Canada is 7%. % Of Pop. Below Poverty Line 9.4% of Canada's population lives below the poverty line. Military Military https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ha.html GDP on Military 0.4% of GDP is spent on military, as of 2006. Military Branches In Haiti there is no regular Haitian Armed Forces, except for a small coast guard.

They all have been withdrawn, but still they exist on paper.

This will be on paper until or unless it is taken off legally. (2011) GDP On Military 1.1% of GDP is spent on military, as of 2005. Military Branches The canadian forces we have are:
-The Canadian Army
-Royal Canadian Navy
-Royal Canadian Air Force
-Canada Command In Canada we have a full military organization. Two-thirds is approx. 66.6% The Average income after tax
with families two people or more
is about $3532/month, which is about $46,000/year. http://www.workopolis.com/content/advice/article/1821 53.5% of all Haitian children aged 5–17 do not attend school
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