INVESTIGATE TWO POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO LOW LIFE EXPECTANCY
Life expectancy is the average period of a person may expect to live. The life expectancy can be predict or calculate by the analysis of life tables which is also known as the actuarial table. The term that is known as life expectancy is most often used in the context of human population in a country. It also can be said that the average life expectancy of an individual depends on the importance they give on their health. Currently, a statistic survey from World Health Organization (WHO) shows all people have an average life span of 64.3 years. The male’s average life expectancy is 62.7 years while female is 66 years, a difference of more than three years. Jeanne Clament is the oldest confirmed age person who is 122 years. These details explained about the “maximum life span” which is the number of years any human is known or have lived.
In this brief article, there are a numerous of problem facing by the people in the developing countries because of the low life expectancy. Firstly, it’s the loss of productive workforce in a country. Life expectancy continued to fall in many parts of Africa continent. For instance, Botswana people use to live up to 60 years old but now over aging at 40 years age. The reasons of this case is because of the fundamental problems such as lack of health care, acute shortage of clean water, AIDS awareness campaign which is not organized well, this will stem human crisis capital. Besides that, there will be a crisis in education sector. Education sector was also affected by the productive workforce. Some countries like Zimbabwe have witnessed the collapsed in primary and secondary school enrolment rate. Soon, the ratio of students to teacher increases, classroom overcrowded, they may institute law that limits number of students per school. As such, the rate of illiteracy will widespread. Therefore, one of a way to increase life expectancy is by...
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