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How is poverty distribution in the world due to population By Nikki and Olivia K
Transcript of How is poverty distribution in the world due to population By Nikki and Olivia K
By Olivia K an Nikki
Afghanistan geographical information
The land mass of Afghanistan is 652 225km2 and the climate of afghanistan is arid to semiarid;cold winters and hot summers. Afghanistan is also landlocked, making it harder to import or export items in and out of the country.
Population FIGURES AND TRENDS OF AFGHANISTAN
The total population for afghanistan is over 30.55 million. THE PERCENTAGE OF AFGHANISTAN TO THE WORLDS POPULATION IS 2.32%. THE POPULATION DENSITY IS 48 PEOPLE PER KM2. Afghanistan's population has grown on average 2.25% per year.
Access to resources/literacy education for afghanistan
The life expectancy for afghanistan is 60.51 years old. In Afghanistan the percentage of people able to access safe drinking water is under 50%. The adult literacy rate is 38.2%.
Economy of afghanistan
Afghanistan's gdp is 29.13 million and the average income is $1100. The major exports in value of afghanistan are $2.76 billion and the mojor inports value is $6.39 billion. The unemployment rate of afghanistan is 8.00%.
Geographical information for malawi
The land mass for Malawi is 652 225 km2 and the climate is arid to semiarid with hot summers and cold winters, Malawi is also landlocked also making it harder to import and export items.
population figures and trends of Malawi
The population of Malawi is 16.36 million people making it very crowded. The percentage to the worlds population is 2.74%. In Malawi the population density is 173.55 people per km2.
access to health resources/ education
The life expectancy for Malawi is 54.72 years old. In Malawi the percentage of access to safe drinking water is 70% to 80%. The adult literacy rate is 65.8%.
Malawi's GDP is $5.95 billion AND THE AVERAGE INCOME IS $253 DOLLARS. The value of the major exports are $1.427 billion and the import value is $2.42 billion dollars. The unemployment rate of Malawi is 7.60%.
geographical information of DRC Congo
The landmass of DRC Congo is 2.345 million km2. THE climate of DRC Congo is hot and humid in the river basin and cool and dry in the southern highlands. DRC Congo is mostly landlocked but a small part of this country is coastal.
population figures of DRC Congo and trends
The countries total population is 67.51 million and is 0.96% of the world's population. The population density of DRC Congo is 30 people per kn2. DRC Congo has grown 0.96% this year.
access to healthcare/education of DRC Congo
The life expectancy for a person living in DRC Congo is 49.62 years and the percentage of population with access to safe drinking water is under 50%. In DRC Congo the adult literacy rate is 63.8%.
the GDP of DRC Congo is 46.07 billion and the average income is $236. THE VALUE OF THE MAJOR EXPORTS IN DRC CONGO IS $8.872 BILLION AND THE IMPORT VALUE IS $8.187 BILLION. THE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE OF DRC CONGO IS 46.10%.
WHAT SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES DO YOU SEE BETWEEN THE THREE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES?
From the data we have collected our three countries Afghanistan, Malawi and DRC Congo are all very poor. We have found all the countries are landlocked or mainly landlocked and when they are landlocked they don't have enough money to travel across countries to get to the coast. These countries are all the same but also very different for instance DRC Congo's landmass is in the million's or that the average life expectancy for Malawi is 54.72years. The similarities from these countries are that they are all below the national poverty line and are all developing countries.
What challenges do these developing countries face today and in the future?
these countries face a lot of problems in the future. Afghanistan will be challenged by education as only 38.2% of adults have literacy skills. Malawi will be challenged by having a small population, because with a small population the economy will be limited. DRC Congo will be challenged by age because the average age is just under 50 years which means that people die on almost a half a life of what australians would.
what individual or collective action could be taken to respond to the challenges facing developing countries and in the future?
To fix these challenges you could get teachers to teach and educate in Afghanistan. Malawi would need more people to create more jobs and boost the economy. In DRC Congo you could send over doctors to help reduce illnesses and give education on cleaning and helping the environment. As well as offer training to be health professionals you could send over aid agency's to helpprovide clean water.