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Imagine 100 people live in the global village………..
Nationalities 5 12 6161 people are from A s ia 13 8 113 people are from A frica12 people are from E urope8 people are from S outh & C entral A merica & the C aribbean5 people are from C anada & the US A• pers on is from Oceania (A us tralia, new Zealand & the Pacific is lands )
More than half the people c ome from the 10 mos t populated c ountries … • 21 people are from C hina • 17 people are from India • 5 people are from the US A • 4 people are from Indones ia • 3 people are from B razil • 3 people are from Pakis tan • 2 people are from Rus s ia • 2 people are from B anglades h • 2 people are from J apan • 2 people are from Nigeria
In the global village there are almos t6000 languages but more than half of the people s peak thes e eight…. • Hol a 22 people s peak a C hines e helo l dialect • 9 people s peak E nglis h Sel ma pa a t giNi ha ma o • 8 people s peak Hindi • 7 people s peak S panis h Zdr z v t a ooy eh • 4 people s peak A rabicNa st ma e • 4 people s peak Bengali • 3 people s peak Portugues e Aa hl n • 3 people s peak Rus s ian
A ges : here are the ages of the villagers• 10 are children under age 5• 10 are children between 5 and 9• 19 are between 10 and 19• 16 are between 20 and 29• 15 are between 30 and 39 On average 1 pers on• 11 are between 40 and 49 dies and 3 babies are born each year• 9 are between 50 and 59• 6 are between 60 and 69• 3 are between 70 and 79• 1 is over 79
Religions : in the village of 100 people ….. • 32 are C hris tians • 19 are Mus lims • 13 are Hindus • 12 practis e s hamanis m, animis m and other folk religions • 6 are B uddhis ts • 2 belong to other global religions s uch as B aha’i, S hintois m, S ikhis m • 1 is J ewis h • 15 are non religious
Food : the villagers rear animals whic h help to produc e food or are a s ource of foodThere are :• 31 s heep and goats• 23 cows , bulls and oxen• 15 pigs• 3 camels• 2 hors es• 189 c hickens (nearly twice as many chickens aspeople)
There is no s hortage of food inthe global village but the foodis not divided equally………50 people do not have a reliables ourc e of food and are hungry s omeor all of the time20 people are s everelyundernouris hedOnly 30 people always have enough toeat
A ir and water: fres h air and clean drinking water are neces s ities ….In the global village:75 people have acces s to s afe water in their homes orwithin a s hort dis tance25 people have to s pend a large part of each day gettingwater60 people have acces s to adequate s anitation40 people do not have acces s to public or hous eholds ewage dis pos al68 people breathe clean air32 people breathe air which is polluted
S chooling and LiteracyOf the 38 s c hool-aged villagers , only 31c hildren attend s c hoolOf the 88 people old enough to read, 71people c an read at leas t a little but17 people c annot read at allMore males are taught to read thanfemales
WealthIf all the money in the village were dividedequally, each pers on would have about US $ 9350per year.However the money is not divided equally….The riches t 10 have more than US $ 25 000 a yearThe poores t 10 have only US $1 per day.75 of the 100 people average US $4 per day.The average cos t of food, s helter andneces s ities in the village is US $5000 per year
A cces s to E lectricityIn our global village…76 people have electric ity24 people do notOf the 76 people who have electricity mos tus e it only for light at nightS ome villagers have luxuries that depend onelectricity. In the village there are: 42 radios 24 televis ions 30 telephones 10 computers
How has the village grown?A round 3000 years ago only 1 pers on lived in the village2500 years ago there were 2 people2000 years ago there were 3 people1000 years ago there were 5 people500 years ago there were 8 people350 years ago there were 10 people200 years ago there were 17 people100 years ago there were 32 peopleIn 2002 there were 100 people
The village in the future?T r t ofgr t oft gl lv l ge mea t tt e w lpr bl he ae owh he oba ila ns ha her il oba ybe 250peopl in t v l ge byt yea 210 . e he ila he r 0T is a impora numbera ma expers t t t250is t his n t nt s ny t hink ha hema ximum numberofpeopl t v l ge ca sust in. e he ila n a
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