• World Population Developing Countries
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    World population, which reached 5. 4 billion in mid-1991, is growing faster than ever before: three people every second, more than 250, 000 every day. At the beginning of the decade (1991) the annual addition was 93 million; by the end (1998) it will approach 100 million. At this rate the world will have almost a billion more people (roughly the population of China) by the year 2001. Population and development are closely aligned. In Population: A Megalopolis is Born, Melvyn We slake sees these...
  • Family Role Third World
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    This five-page paper discusses the nature of the family in the developing world and examines whether the family is more important, less important, or neutral in the movement from technologically simple or agrarian societies to industrial societies. The Role of the Family Family systems, like biological organisms, evolve with time and circumstance. It seems readily evident from an examination of the nature and role of the family in the developing world that form may indeed follow function. Many s...
  • Developing World Children Labour Countries
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    Argumentative Essay Should multinational corporations be expected to promote fair labour practices and human rights in the developing world Some people believe that it is not right that they are taking advantage of the developing world and that they should be expected to and should abide by the charter of human rights. Others believe that the corporations should advantage of the opportunity and do what they believe is best. Multinational corporations should be expected to promote fair labour pra...
  • Problems Of Modernization In Developing Nations
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    Problems of Modernization in Developing Nations The economic situation which exists in the developing world today, is the result of the relationship between the modern, and developing nations of the world. Modernized nations benefited from this relationship because it gave them access to natural resources. However, because of this relationship, many developing nations now suffer from severe problems. These nations a reattempting to change the situation in which they struggle. A political cartoo...
  • Communicable Disease Diseases Health World
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    Question One There are a number of ways in which the increasing socio-economic development of a nation can help improve the health of the population. 1. There is a correlation between mortality rates in the developing countries, especially amongst children, and the level of education of the parents of the children. For example, in Morocco, a mother who has completed 4-6 years of schooling, their child is 45% less likely to have died by the age of 2, compared with child's mother who has had no sc...
  • Roles Of Women Countries World Social
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    The differences between the Roles of Women in the Developed and the Developing World Women consist of half the worlds population and do two-third of the worlds working hours. However, they can only receive one tenth of money and own one hundred of property (Women 10). In spite of inequality enjoyed by men and women, there are distinct differences between the roles of women in the developed and the developing world- in the house and outside the house. Women in the developing countries bear a much...
  • Six Years Countries Development World
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    Minister Wieczorek-Zeus plays a very important role in the relationship that the World Bank enjoys with Germany. I am delighted to have had the opportunity to meet with her again. We have had, and continue to have, a deep and long-standing association, in which we both share common perspectives, and in which her department and my colleagues in the Bank work effectively together in our common fight against poverty. I am also glad to see Professor Ernst-Ulrich von Weiss"a cker, Chairman of the Enq...
  • Developing Countries Trade Policy World
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    INTRODUCTION The external policy of the EU is generally considered to consist largely of trade negotiations on various bilateral and multilateral stages. There is much debate over the effectiveness of policy with respect to the developing world; in the context of this discussion I have used the term 'developing world' in its widest sense, although I will most commonly focus on the Mediterranean counties, ACP, and Latin America. It should also be made clear that for these purposes I will not be d...