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  • 1. DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Made by Kinza Afaq Alam and Sakina Zulfiqar Ali 7-D
  • 2. WHAT IS A DEVELOPING COUNTRY? • By now you should be aware of many differences between living in Kenya and in your home region in United Arab Emirates. These differences include ethnic groups, dress, housing, jobs, wealth an the quality of life. • Kenya is an example of a developing country.
  • 3. SEE THE DIFFERENCE Kenya • . UAE
  • 4. The wealth of a country is given by its gross national product (GNP). This is the total amount of money made by a country from its raw materials, its manufactured goods and its services. Notice that the GNP is always given in American dollars (US$). The total amount can then be divided by total number of people living in that country. This gives the average amount of money available for every person living in the country.
  • 5. BY GIVING THE GNP IN US$ IT IS EASY TO COMPARE DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. Apart from wealth there are many other ways of trying to measure the level of a country’s development.
  • 6. Developin g Countries Bangladesh 2000 Brazil 8100 Egypt Kenya Peru 4200 1100 5600
  • 7. Jobs Trade Population Health most jobs in a developing country. A developed country has fewer primary activities and more secondary and service jobs. A developing country usually has to sell raw materials at a low price and has to buy manufactured goods from developed countries at a high price. A developing country has a higher birth and death rate more young children dying, adults dying at a younger age. The large number of children and lack of money for schools in a developing country mean
  • 8. • Education • The large number of children and lack of money for schools in a developing country mean fewer people can read and write than in a developed country.
  • 9. RESULTS • The result is a group of mainly rich countries which are found in the North and a group of mainly poor countries which lie to the South.