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What Factors Make Global Development Inequalities Worse
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What Factors Make Global Development Inequalities Worse

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  • 1. What Factors Make Global Development Inequalities Worse? By Peter Fisher, Tom Warburton, James Seale and Dean Walmsley Water Quality, Level Of Education and Sanitation
  • 2. Water Quality
    • Water quality is the level of purity of water; the safety or purity of drinking water. This means the quality of the drinking water.
    • Poor drinking water leads to water born diseases such as: Cholera and Typhoid.
    • These diseases kill millions of people per year.
  • 3. Level Of Education
    • This is a very important factor because with no or little education people can not learn and get a job with a good salary and so are condemned to having a poor, low paying job or self sufficient farming.
    • Through not getting a job in a city they contribute very little to the economy of that nation which needs the money to develop.
  • 4. Sanitation
    • Sanitation is the state of being clean and conducive to health.
    • Making something sanitary (free of germs) as by sterilizing.
    • This is a very important issue in the struggle for development because without good sanitation many thousands – if not millions – of people die every year.

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