Ethiopia- Globalisation

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1. In 2005 what happened in Ethiopia?

  • The public vote was accused of being rigged.
  • There was a famine that lasted 7 months.
  • The government became a democracy
  • It became compulsory to attend school.
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2. What % in 2005 were malnourished in Ethiopia?

  • 44%
  • 47%
  • 46%
  • 45%

3. What are social characteristics of an LDC?

  • 5 key issues: Limited access to healthcare, low infant mortality rate, malnutrition, high levels of disease and high levels of education.
  • 5 key issues: Limited access to healthcare, high infant mortality rate, malnutrition, high levels of disease and low levels of education.
  • 5 key issues: Limited access to healthcare, high infant mortality rate, malnutrition, low levels of disease and low levels of education.
  • 5 key issues: Complete access to healthcare, high infant mortality rate, malnutrition, high levels of disease and low levels of education.

4. How many people contract malaria every year in Ethiopia?

  • 9 million- 10% of the population
  • 10 million- 10% of the population
  • 3 million- 10% of the population
  • 17 million- 10% of the population

5. What does a higher BR than DR cause?

  • A tower shaped population pyramid
  • More people getting infected by malaria.
  • Rapid population growth, LDCs cannot sustain it and so food shortages can occur.
  • An ageing population

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