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Rio De Janeiro

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Edgar, Javier, Steve, Christian, and Felipe.

Edgar, Javier, Steve, Christian, and Felipe.

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  • 1. Rio De Janeiro“City of God”
    By:CristianAltamirano, Steve Gonzalez, Edgar Unzueta, Javier Preciado, Felipe Lima
  • 2. Intro
    • Rio De Janeiro is located on Brazil
    • 3. 11.7 Million people on Rio De Janerio, more than one million people living on slums
    • 4. Slums is a thickly populated, run-down, squalid part of a city, inhabited by poor people
    • 5. There is Four types of slums
    -Squatter Settlements(Favelas)
    -Illegal Subdivisions
    -Invasions
    -Corticos
    • Slums are located on western Zones
    -Favelas: Flat land
    -Illegal Subdivisions: Fast Zone, Motorways
    -Invasions: Risky Areas, Viaducts, Edge of railways, Streets Avenues
    -Corticos: Central Areas
  • 6. Why?
    • Slums were first created by the result of industrialiazation attracted new migrant populations to the city
    • 7. Social classes
    • 8. Economical society
  • Facts
    • Brazil Slums can be seen as a result of the unequal distribution of wealth
    • 9. Brazil one of the most economically unequal country in the world
    • 10. 5- 6 thousand children are armed
    • 11. Drug use is highly concentrated in these slums and are ran by local gangs
    • 12. Cocaine trade affects Brazil and in return its favelas are ran by drug lords
  • Living Conditions
    • When it rains the slums get flooded
    • 13. Houses are made out of non durable materials
    • 14. Transportation in slums is difficult
    • 15. Windows and doors are always open which leads to lack of privacy
  • Suggestion
    • The government should:
    Create new jobs
    A way of education
    Clean the slums
    Build new homes
    Reinforcelaws/rules
  • 16. Conclusion
    • Parents should focus their children into education instead of violence
    • 17. If people paid attention to these problems around the world we wouldn’t have slums right now

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