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Population
General Information
- DTM stage 1: Amazon tribes - DTM stage 2: Uganda - DTM stage 3: Brazil - DTM
stage 4: United Kingdom - DTM stage 5: Germany

Uganda's Youthful Population
Overview
- Fastest growing population in the world - Rate of 3.2% a year - Population doubling…

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Political Impacts
- 14% of health budget spent on contraception - Dependant on donors
Education
- Primary education is free and universal - Few secondary schools - Fees to high for
many
Debt Cancelling
- Been cancelled by the G8 under certain conditions - Money must be spent on
healthcare,…

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Political Impacts
- Government focusses on policies for older people, they make up the majority -
Funding diverted from elsewhere - State pension currently costs £95bn - Government
raises retirement age - Met with strong opposition of those who always planned to retire
at a set age

Japans Lost Generation…

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Political Impacts
- Increase tax revenue - Each migrant benefits the government $14,000 a year -
Counter ageing population - Location makes it a target for boat people - 17,800 arrived
like this in 2013

China's Population Problem
Overview
- Rapid population growth - Population of 1.35bn - Chairman Mao…

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France's Pro Natalist Policy
Overview
- Trying to encourage births - Use of incentives - Fertility rate currently 2.0 (has been
lower recently) - Large dependency ratio
The Policy
- "Code de la famille" - Into force in 1939 - Incentives included: - Contraception ban
(removed in 1967) - Generous…

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Whalley
This is a village on the rural-urban fringe of Blackburn. This area had good transport
links through the A59 and to Manchester by train.
- Housing ­ tends to be larger and detached as at Calderstones - Ethnicity ­ 96% are
white British as services do not reflect migrants…

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Employment Issues
There has been a major decline in jobs because of the loss of industries such as mining
and fishing.
- Tourism is the biggest industry - Employs 25% - Jobs are seasonal - Weather
dependent - Money leaks through national chains
Housing
- Unaffordable for younger people -…

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Health
General Information
- Healthhhh - Healthhhh
United Kingdom Health Overview
- Stage 4 - Leading cause of death is corony heart disease [60] - 61.7% of adults are
overweight - Diseases of affluence
South Africa Health Overview
- Stage 3 - Leading cause of death is HIV [412] -…

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Economic Impacts
- Costs £18,000 a year to treat - Highly active retroviral therapy - Sufferers cannot work
- Large economic burden
Lifestyle Impacts
- Big stigma - Good education means people know how to avoid - Quality of life is
reduced
HIV in South Africa
Overview
- Most high…

Page 10

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Type 2 Diabetes in the UK
Overview
- 3.1 million sufferers - 1 in 16 have it - Grow to 4.6 million in 2030
Health Impacts
- Increases risk of CHD and heart disease - Complications place additional burden on
the NHS - Spend 3 days longer in hospital
Economic…

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Page 1

Preview of page 1
Population
General Information
- DTM stage 1: Amazon tribes - DTM stage 2: Uganda - DTM stage 3: Brazil - DTM
stage 4: United Kingdom - DTM stage 5: Germany

Uganda's Youthful Population
Overview
- Fastest growing population in the world - Rate of 3.2% a year - Population doubling…

Page 2

Preview of page 2
Political Impacts
- 14% of health budget spent on contraception - Dependant on donors
Education
- Primary education is free and universal - Few secondary schools - Fees to high for
many
Debt Cancelling
- Been cancelled by the G8 under certain conditions - Money must be spent on
healthcare,…

Page 3

Preview of page 3
Political Impacts
- Government focusses on policies for older people, they make up the majority -
Funding diverted from elsewhere - State pension currently costs £95bn - Government
raises retirement age - Met with strong opposition of those who always planned to retire
at a set age

Japans Lost Generation…

Page 4

Preview of page 4
Political Impacts
- Increase tax revenue - Each migrant benefits the government $14,000 a year -
Counter ageing population - Location makes it a target for boat people - 17,800 arrived
like this in 2013

China's Population Problem
Overview
- Rapid population growth - Population of 1.35bn - Chairman Mao…

Page 5

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France's Pro Natalist Policy
Overview
- Trying to encourage births - Use of incentives - Fertility rate currently 2.0 (has been
lower recently) - Large dependency ratio
The Policy
- "Code de la famille" - Into force in 1939 - Incentives included: - Contraception ban
(removed in 1967) - Generous…

Page 6

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Whalley
This is a village on the rural-urban fringe of Blackburn. This area had good transport
links through the A59 and to Manchester by train.
- Housing ­ tends to be larger and detached as at Calderstones - Ethnicity ­ 96% are
white British as services do not reflect migrants…

Page 7

Preview of page 7
Employment Issues
There has been a major decline in jobs because of the loss of industries such as mining
and fishing.
- Tourism is the biggest industry - Employs 25% - Jobs are seasonal - Weather
dependent - Money leaks through national chains
Housing
- Unaffordable for younger people -…

Page 8

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Health
General Information
- Healthhhh - Healthhhh
United Kingdom Health Overview
- Stage 4 - Leading cause of death is corony heart disease [60] - 61.7% of adults are
overweight - Diseases of affluence
South Africa Health Overview
- Stage 3 - Leading cause of death is HIV [412] -…

Page 9

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Economic Impacts
- Costs £18,000 a year to treat - Highly active retroviral therapy - Sufferers cannot work
- Large economic burden
Lifestyle Impacts
- Big stigma - Good education means people know how to avoid - Quality of life is
reduced
HIV in South Africa
Overview
- Most high…

Page 10

Preview of page 10
Type 2 Diabetes in the UK
Overview
- 3.1 million sufferers - 1 in 16 have it - Grow to 4.6 million in 2030
Health Impacts
- Increases risk of CHD and heart disease - Complications place additional burden on
the NHS - Spend 3 days longer in hospital
Economic…

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