By World Bank
The Atlas of worldwide improvement a accomplished consultant to the main serious matters dealing with our altering world
Co-published with HarperCollins, the hot variation has been thoroughly revised and up to date, proposing a finished review of the area and its humans first and foremost of the twenty first century. each subject is gifted via easy-to-read graphical shows together with colourful international maps, charts, tables, graphs, photos and net addresses of extra facts assets.
* A visible advisor to international concerns - easy-to-read graphical presentation with each subject provided by means of colourful international maps, tables, graphs, and photographs
* Topics which are shaping our international - key improvement symptoms, from poverty, inhabitants progress, and nutrition creation to weather swap, international direct funding, and foreign trade
* The most up-to-date, authoritative records - from the area financial institution s global improvement symptoms database
Rich and poor
Measuring source of revenue | progress and chance | How bad is poor?
inhabitants progress and transition
teenagers at paintings | schooling opens doorways Gender and development-the function of infrastructure
youngsters less than 5-struggling to survive
bettering the healthiness of mothers
constitution of the realm s economic climate | Governance
Infrastructure for improvement | funding for growth
The integrating global | humans at the move
relief for improvement | exterior debt
The city environment
Feeding a starting to be global | A thirsty planet will get thirstier
maintaining the surroundings | strength protection and weather switch | the place is the wealth of nations?
Key signs of development
score of economies through GNI in step with capita
Definitions, resources, notes, and abbreviations
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Additional resources for Atlas of Global Development: A Visual Guide to the World's Greatest Challenges (3rd Edition)
About 20 percent of the population will be 65 years and older in high-income countries in 2025. The population will age at a higher rate in developing countries, although the share of elderly will remain lower than in high-income countries. In 2025, 9 percent of the population in developing countries will be 65 and older, a 45 percent increase since 2008. Future population growth, mainly concentrated in urban areas, poses challenges for many countries. Those which cannot meet the needs of their current populations will be hard pressed to provide more schools, healthcare, employment opportunities, and infrastructure for growing populations.
The effects of child labor extend into adulthood. Lacking adequate education, young people are likely to wind up in low-paid, insecure work, or to be unemployed. They are more likely to be self-employed or in unpaid family work rather than paid employment. They also suffer from lower productivity, stigma, and lower job aspirations. Child labor is not only a serious violation of the rights of children, it has broader consequences for national development. For too long, child labor has been seen as an isolated issue.
Compounding the risks of poor reproductive healthcare are poorly timed and inadequately spaced births, which expose women to frequent pregnancies in short intervals. Although cheap and easy methods of preventing unwanted pregnancies are available, every year more than 100 million couples, or 17 percent of married women, wanting to avoid pregnancy do not use contraception. As a result, 40 percent of pregnancies are unintended, and a quarter of pregnant women seek abortions; over a third of these abortions are performed by untrained providers and 70,000 women die every year because of them.