Read the bullet points as you go through the Power Points.
Can you write something about each point?
NO - Look at your class jotters.
Click on a symbol to see a video clip on the topic.
Click on the symbol to go to a web site.
Make notes / write a few sentences / write figures about each topic in your revision notes from each video and audio clip.
Remember to …. Open the Box for any KU question. You must add more to the topic in the question and explain about it with examples.
The Politics of Aid Development Indicators Birth Rate Death Rate Infant Mortality [deaths] Life Expectancy Literacy Rate Developing world Developed world Poor World Rich world
The Problems of Some African Countries Too many people Not enough food Poor Health Lack of Education War The Circle Of Poverty
Different African countries have many different problems. Malawi [AIDS] Rwanda [War] Kenya [Drought] Ethiopia [Food]
Many different types of aid can help to meet the needs of some African people. Food Aid Education Aid 1 Health Aid [Motorcycle Doctors] Water Aid Transport Aid Education Aid 2
United Nations [UN] Agencies David Beckham is a UN ICEF Goodwill Ambassador Oral Rehydration Therapy Street Food. Seeds Immunisation Campaigns United Nations Children’s Fund Food and Agriculture Organisation World Health Organisation
UK Department of International Development [DFID] A School visits DIFID 2 A School visits DIFID 1 Reducing the spread and impact of HIV and AIDS. DFID is helping to reduce world poverty by working towards the Millennium Development Goals . Stopping conflict and improving security. Giving more children the chance to go to School. Encouraging trade. The UK’s spending on Development was £7,487m in 2006/07. The DFID aid programme was £4,923m (66%) of this spending. DFID is the part of the UK Government that manages Britain's aid to poor countries and works to get rid of extreme poverty.
The Millennium Development Goals Develop a global partnership for development Ensure environmental sustainability Combat HIV and AIDS, malaria and other diseases Improve maternal health Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Reduce child mortality Promote gender equality and empower women. Achieve universal Primary education The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were agreed at the United Nations Millennium Summit in September 2000. Nearly 190 countries have subsequently signed up to them. The eight Millennium Development Goals are: