Developed and Developing countries

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Global Inequalities and Active Citizen Report
My developed country is Australia.
My developing country is Vietnam.
PART A: World Map
PART B: Table

Questions
Developed:
Developing:
1
What is the population?
23,050,000
90,796,000
2
What is the gross national income per person?
43,300
3,620
3
What is the global average?
12,018
12,018
4
What is the life expectancy of men and woman combined?
81-85 years
71-80 years
5
What is the global average?
62
62
6
What is the ‘Under-five mortality rate (per 1000 live births)?
5
23
7
What is the global average?
48
48
8
What is the total expenditure (spent) on health per capita?
4,068
234
9
What is the global average?
948
948
10
What percentages of men over 20 years of age are obese?
25.2%
1.2%
11
What percentages of women over 20 years of are obese?
24.9%
2%
12
Work out the average. (Add the percentage for men and women and divide by 2.)
25.05%
1.6%

PART C: Graphs
Comparing the life expectancy of Australia, Vietnam and the global average

90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
0 Australia Vietnam Global Average

Comparing money spent on health in Australia, Vietnam and the global average
PART D: NGOs: Helping developing countries
Name of the NGO: OXFAM
The NGO addresses inequalities in the fight against poverty.
List of the work and actions being made by my chosen NGO:
Secure land tenure/ownership rights
Set up village forest management groups to work with local authorities
Develop sustainable forestry plans and access loans to finance them
Train in community forestry management, farm planning and marketing
Improve livelihoods for migrant workers in urban areas, especially migrant women;
Reduce

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