Development powerpoint part 2

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Development powerpoint part 2

  1. 1. Differences inCommunications ConnectivityAround the World
  2. 2. Dollarization –Abandoning the local currency of a country and adopting the dollar as the local currency. El Salvador went through dollarization in 2001
  3. 3. Commodity ChainSeries of linksconnecting themany places ofproduction anddistribution andresulting in acommodity thatis thenexchanged onthe worldmarket. Dolomite stone from Jerusalem covers a fireplace in Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts.
  4. 4. Barriers to Economic Development• Low Levels of Social Welfare – Trafficking-bullied into poor working conditions – High birth rates, Low life expectancy, large number of dependents – Lack of proper health care – Poor water supply & sanitation – Widespread Disease vectored diseases-spread by a host – Malaria-kills 150,000 children each month• Political Instability-military dictatorships, corruption, revolution• Foreign Debt – World Bank or International Monetary Fund – Structural adjustment loans-economic reform required
  5. 5. Foreign Debt ObligationsTotal interest payments compared to the export of goods and services.
  6. 6. Foreign Debt ObligationsForeign Debt and Economic Collapse in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2001
  7. 7. Widespread Disease • Malaria kills 150,000 children in the global periphery each month.Tamolo, IndiaThis baby sleeps undera mosquito netdistributed to villagersby UNICEF workers.
  8. 8. Global Distribution ofMalaria Transmission Risk
  9. 9. Areas Threatened by Desertification
  10. 10. How Government Policies Affect Development• Governments – get involved in world markets – price commodities – affect whether core processes produce wealth – shape laws to affect production – enter international organizations that affect trade – focus foreign investment in certain places – support large-scale projects
  11. 11. Export Processing Zones
  12. 12. Governments &Corporationscan createIslands ofDevelopmentPlaces within aregion orcountry whereforeigninvestment, jobs, andinfrastructureareconcentrated.
  13. 13. Africa Map• Be able to locate major countries: such as-South Africa, Nigeria, Sudan, Kenya, Ethiopia, R wanda, Somalia and so forth
  14. 14. Government-created Island of DevelopmentMalaysian government built a new, ultramodern capital at Putrjaya to symbolize the country’s rapid economic growth.
  15. 15. Corporate-created Island of DevelopmentThe global oil industry has created the entire city of Port Gentile, Gabon to extract Gabon’s oil resources.
  16. 16. Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) entities that operate independent of state and localgovernments, typically, NGOs are non-profit organizations. Each NGO has its own focus/set of goals. Microcredit program: loans given to poor people, particularly women, to encourage development of small businesses.
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