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The world is healthier and wealthier today than ever before. As the world becomes more connected and technologically advanced, some countries have made drastic improvements in life expectancy and economic growth. Many have implemented economic policies that encourage trade and others also receive developmental assistance from larger countries that see strategic value in providing aid. But other countries, especially those that have experienced political instability, natural disasters, and long-term domestic conflict, have seen less improvement. Development is a hard concept to define and its trends depend on many factors, that is why the United Nations launched its list of Sustainable Development Goals, a new environmentally friendly and inclusive framework for countries to develop. To learn more about how we can measure and understand these trends, visit our Development module: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel for more videos that cover the issues, trends, and concepts you need to know to navigate our complicated world: 🤍 World101 is a growing library of free educational resources that makes complex international relations and foreign policy issues accessible to learners both inside and outside of formal academic settings. For more videos, as well as interactive maps, infographics, quizzes, and online teaching resources, visit our website: 🤍 CFR Education is an initiative within the Council on Foreign Relations that aims to make complex foreign policy and international issues accessible for high school and college students through its educational products: World101, Model Diplomacy, and Convene the Council. Visit our website: 🤍 Follow us on social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Download transcript: 🤍 #teaching #development #global
Today we’re going to discuss what it means for a place to be “developed”. Development is often associated with economic success — that is countries with higher standards of living and material wealth like those found in Europe and North America. But as we’ll see, this perspective is only one way to compare countries on the global stage, has strong ties to colonialist histories, and doesn’t necessarily capture a place’s environmental and socioeconomic sustainability or even the population’s general happiness. We’ll focus on the region in the Middle East and North Africa, called MENA, and examine how the histories of the United Arab Emirates and Lebanon have resulted in drastically different development scores. [Sources] General Getis, Bjelland, and Getis. Introduction to Geography, 15 ed. McGraw-Hill Education. 2017. ISBN: 978-1-259-57000-1 Gregory, Derek, Ron Johnston, Geraldine Pratt, Michael Watts, and Sarah Whatmore, eds. 2009. The Dictionary of Human Geography. 5th ed. Willey-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-1-4051-3288-6 For a free and open source option for Intro to Human Geography, see: 🤍 For a free and open source option for World Regional Geography, see: 🤍 Cracking the AP Human Geography Exam: 2020 edition. The Princeton Review. Human development Indices 🤍 🤍 🤍ute/gross-national-happiness-research-library/history-of-happiness-science-who-is-who-happiness-leaders-pioneers.htm 🤍 UAE Sources 🤍 (lists 30% of economy as oil and gas) 🤍 Lebanon Sources 🤍 🤍 “actually existing neoliberalism” 🤍 World Bank, IMF, and GDP Charts 🤍 🤍 still-looking-growth-model 🤍 middle-east-and-north-africa 🤍 China, Belt and Road 🤍 el) First/Third World 🤍 🤍 #CrashCourse #Geography #Development Watch our videos and review your learning with the Crash Course App! Download here for Apple Devices: 🤍 Download here for Android Devices: 🤍 Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at 🤍 Thanks to the following patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Dave Freeman, Hasan Jamal, DL Singfield, Jeremy Mysliwiec, Shannon McCone, Amelia Ryczek, Ken Davidian, Stephen Akuffo, Toni Miles, Erin Switzer, Steve Segreto, Michael M. Varughese, Kyle & Katherine Callahan, Laurel A Stevens, Vincent, Michael Wang, Stacey Gillespie, Jaime Willis, Alexis B, Burt Humburg, Aziz Y, DAVID MORTON HUDSON, Perry Joyce, Scott Harrison, Mark & Susan Billian, Junrong Eric Zhu, Rachel Creager, Matt Curls, Tim Kwist, Jonathan Zbikowski, Jennifer Killen, Sarah & Nathan Catchings, Brandon Westmoreland, team dorsey, Trevin Beattie, Divonne Holmes à Court, Eric Koslow, Jennifer Dineen, Indika Siriwardena, Khaled El Shalakany, Jason Rostoker, Shawn Arnold, Siobhán, Ken Penttinen, Nathan Taylor, Les Aker, ThatAmericanClare, Rizwan Kassim, Sam Ferguson, Alex Hackman, Jirat, Katie Dean, Avi Yashchin, NileMatotle, Wai Jack Sin, Ian Dundore, Justin, Caleb Weeks Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support Crash Course on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍
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More than 1 billion people on earth lack daily access to clean, safe drinking water. With the support of the EPA, University of Iowa College of Engineering professor Craig Just and his students have developed a simple, low-cost handheld water sanitizing device and are currently testing it out in developing countries like Ghana and Haiti.
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Another economic forecast has painted a grim picture for global growth, shining a spotlight on the impact on developing economies. The World Bank's Global Economic Prospects report cuts forecasts for 95% of advanced economies and nearly 70% of emerging market and developing economies. David Malpass, World Bank Group President, told France 24 that high levels of inflation in Europe and the US "transmit into the developing countries," especially when it comes to energy and fertilizer prices. 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to France 24 now: 🤍 🔴 LIVE - Watch FRANCE 24 English 24/7 here: 🤍 🌍 Read the latest International News and Top Stories: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Discover the news in pictures on Instagram: 🤍
Sky News host Paul Murray says it is hard to believe China is a “truly developing country” when it has an international space station and is hosting its "second Olympic Games this century” next year. It comes after Agriculture Minister David Littleproud criticised China for continuing to claim it is a developing nation and argued there was a “big question mark” over its use of the label. Mr Murray pointed out China's developing nation status means it can get away with not signing up to net zero by 2050 and failing to attend the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow. “They can keep polluting till 2030 and then it’s not net zero until 2060, it’s why they don’t have to turn up to things like this,” he said. “But this so-called developing country has … hypersonic missiles, they’ve also got an international space station and next year they’re hosting their second Olympic Games this century.”
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Subscribe for new videos: 🤍 Playlists for your interests: 1. TOP10 at 🤍 2. ASIA at 🤍 3. Europe at 🤍 4. Americas at 🤍 5. Africa at 🤍 6. Cities at 🤍 7. Population at 🤍 8. GDP at 🤍 9. GDP per capita at 🤍 10. ASEAN at 🤍 11. Country by country at 🤍 12. Development at 🤍 Fastest developing countries in Asia (1980-2020)|#TOP10Channel Data: IMF report, 2021 Asia comprises more than 4.5 billion people, accounting for 60% of the world population, living in 49 different nations and dependencies. Asia is the fastest-growing economic region, as well as the largest continental economy by both GDP Nominal and PPP in the world. Moreover, Asia is the site of some of the world's longest modern economic booms, starting from the Japanese economic miracle (1950–1990), the Miracle on the Han River (1961–1996) in South Korea, the economic boom (1978–2013) in China, Tiger Cub Economies (1990–present) in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, and Vietnam (1991–present). As in all world regions, the wealth of Asia differs widely between, and within, states. This is due to its vast size, meaning a huge range of different cultures, environments, historical ties, and government systems. 85% of Asia's GDP is distributed in #the10largest economies. The economic scale of the region is constantly increasing. #TOP10Channel presents in this video the Fastest developing countries in Asia throughout 40 years from 1980 to 2020 Link: 🤍 Audio used: 1. June 2. Caribetron 3. Interstellar mood Disclaimers: In this video, the term "country" here includes sovereign states and dependent territories. The presentation of the information in this video does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city, or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Although the video tries to provide the most plausible information it does not warrant that the information contained in the video is complete and always correct and it shall not be liable whatsoever for any damages incurred as a result of its use. ‐- If you are interested in this content, please don't hesitate to subscribe and enjoy the videos on the TOP 10 Channel. There will be new videos every week on all kinds of topics, and feel free to leave your valuable comments! Contact us at: Facebook: 🤍 Email: earth2gis🤍gmail.com Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Thank you very much!
Women are half the world's population. How can a community or country succeed if only half of its citizens are educated? If we continue to fund education in the developing world in the same way we have been doing for the last 20 years, it will take another 100 years before all girls complete junior high. What is the solution? An MBA graduate of Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC) Montréal and a graduate of McGill University,B. Commerce, Wanda Bedard is founder and owner since 1991 of a manufacturing business in the custom sheet metal sector. Following a number of years as a volunteer with UNICEF Canada, Wanda Bedard established 60 million girls, a public foundation, in 2006. The organization is completely volunteer run and raises funds for education projects for girls in the developing world. 60 million girls has since invested $2.4 million supporting 20 projects in 14 countries, with administrative costs of less than 1%, directly benefitting over 20,000 children. Wanda is a member of the International Advisory Board of McGill’s Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID). Wanda is also a member of the Advisory Board of Institut Mallet which supports the study and promotion of philanthropy in Québec and Canada. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
Subscribe for new videos: 🤍 Playlists for your interests: 1. TOP10 at 🤍 2. ASIA at 🤍 3. Europe at 🤍 4. Americas at 🤍 5. Africa at 🤍 6. Cities at 🤍 7. Population at 🤍 8. GDP at 🤍 9. GDP per capita at 🤍 10. ASEAN at 🤍 11. Country by country at 🤍 12. Development at 🤍 World's Fastest developing countries (1980-2026) by #TOP10Channel Data: IMF report, 2021 Keywords: #TOP10Channel, #GDP_growth_rate, #Fastest_developing_countries The world economy is developing continuously. The advancement of science, technology, management, and logistics promotes the expansion of economies around the world. In the nineteenth century, European countries dominated, while in the twentieth century is the domination of the US economy. The 21st century is considered the century of Asia. Of the world's top 40 economies, by PPP, more than half are from Asia. China and India are the two largest economies in the world. The United States will occupy the 3rd place. Indonesia and Japan are other strong Asian economies. Asia comprises more than 4.5 billion people, accounting for 60% of the world population, living in 49 different nations and dependencies. Asia is the fastest-growing economic region, as well as the largest continental economy by both GDP Nominal and PPP in the world. As in all world regions, the wealth of Asia differs widely between, and within, states. This is due to its vast size, meaning a huge range of different cultures, environments, historical ties, and government systems. 85% of Asia's GDP is distributed in #the10largest economies. The economic scale of the region is constantly increasing. Africa is a rich-resource continent, where 1.3 billion people are living in 54 countries. Compared to other continents, the GDP per capita in Africa is relatively low. However, the economies of many countries have improved in recent years, creating favorable conditions to improve the living conditions of people. The Americas is a landmass comprising the totality of North and South America. #Americas, especially North America is an important economic center of the world. The continent is the home of approx. one billion inhabitants living in 35 countries and several dependent territories. The Americas shares the largest global GDP, which reaches 26.7 trillion in 2020. Canada and the United States are among the wealthiest and most developed nations in the world, and countries of Central America and the Caribbean in former Latin America are less developed. #Europe is an important economic center of the world. It is the second largest economy in the world in nominal terms, after the United States, and the third one in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, after China and the United States. The European Union's #GDP was estimated to be around $15 trillion (nominal) in 2020, representing around 1/6 of the global economy. #TOP10Channel presents in this video the World's Fastest developing countries throughout 41 years from 1980 to 2020 and the predicted growth rate for the 2021-2026 period. Disclaimers: In this video, the term "country" here includes sovereign states and dependent territories. The presentation of the information in this video does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city, or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Although the video tries to provide the most plausible information it does not warrant that the information contained in the video is complete and always correct and it shall not be liable whatsoever for any damages incurred as a result of its use. ‐- If you are interested in this content, please don't hesitate to subscribe and enjoy the videos on the TOP 10 Channel. There will be new videos every week on all kinds of topics, and feel free to leave your valuable comments! Contact us at: Facebook: 🤍 Email: earth2gis🤍gmail.com Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Thank you very much!
#IndiaVsPakistan #IndiaGDP #IndianEconomy Subscribe to gareeb Scientist - 🤍 what does developed , developing , and under developed and also third world countries and how their distinguishing factors are to be debated. and how powerfull nations misusing their soft power here as well Currently, all “poor” countries are bunched as Third World Countries, however the differences between them can be as great as the differences between these countries and the First World countries. Consider Thailand and Malaysia. These 2 countries are more or less at the top of the list of Third World countries. People don’t lack food. The roads are good, schools are reasonable, phone infrastructure is good, electricity and sewers not so much. There are some social services, namely medical, although still far from Europe, Singapore or Japan. Hospitals are reasonable. There is a pension scheme, again much less than in developed countries, but it exists. They have good airlines and in-country tickets are affordable to a sizable segment of the population. Their GDP is at the top level of this class of countries. Now, cross the border to Myanmar. You go back 100–200 years in all areas of life. Take into account 2 days to travel a few hundred kilometers, either by car or by train. The vast majority of people cannot afford to fly. Daily subsistence is not a given and most people are underfed. Infrastructures are uniformly bad or very bad and social services almost non-existent. Foreigners are not allowed to visit their hospitals. Their GDP is much, much lower than in Thailand or Malaysia The term "Third World" arose during the Cold War to define countries that remained non-aligned with either NATO or the Warsaw Pact. The United States, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Western European nations and their allies represented the "First World", while the Soviet Union, China, Cuba, and their allies represented the "Second World". This terminology provided a way of broadly categorizing the nations of the Earth into three groups based on political and economic divisions. Since the fall of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, the term Third World has decreased in use. It is being replaced with terms such as developing countries, least developed countries or the Global South. The concept itself has become outdated as it no longer represents the current political or economic state of the world and historically poor countries have transited different income levels. Copyright Related Issue Please Contact aakashbhavsar88059🤍gmail.com OR DM on Twitter - 🤍 *DISCLAIMER* CLIPS / IMAGES USED IN THE VIDEO ARE -ROYALTY FREE -IN PUBLIC DOMANIN -CREATIVE COMMONS -COMMON OWNERSHIP GIVEN BY GOVERMENT OF INDIA Video is for educational purpose only. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purpose such as critcism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarships, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infrining. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Maliha Chishti speaks at a 2016 TEDx event in Toronto. Dr. Maliha Chishti is a researcher specializing in war and post-conflict peacebuilding. As the former director of the Hague Appeal for Peace at the United Nations, Maliha helped to initiate the historic Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security. Her work on this landmark resolution was recognized by the University of Toronto’s ‘Great Minds’ alumni campaign. Maliha implemented one of the first training and capacity-building programs for women in post-conflict Afghanistan and served as the Social Impact Consultant for Canada’s first and largest ‘signature’ aid project in Kandahar Afghanistan. She is currently working on a book manuscript entitled Decolonizing Peacebuilding: Lessons Afghanistan. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
James D. Long explores how to reduce corruption and improve government performance by using technology to empower citizens. Violence, intimidation, and vote buying are common in corrupt countries and reducing these issues is an important priority. Just as Yelp has made restaurants more accountable to their customers, technology can make government more accountable to its citizens. James D. Long is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Washington and an Academy Scholar at the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies. He is a faculty affiliate at the University of Washington's Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences (CSSS), Technology and Social Change Group (TASCHA), Near and Middle East Studies Program, and UC-Berkeley's Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA). James's research in sub-Saharan Africa and Afghanistan focuses on elections in developing countries, including the determinants of voting behavior, the dynamics of electoral fraud, the impact of ICT on corruption monitoring, and the effects of civil war and insurgency on state-building. In 2010, James served as Democracy International's Research Director for their Election Observation mission for Afghanistan, and has observed elections in South Africa (2014), Kenya (2013, 2007), Egypt (2011), Uganda (2011), Afghanistan (2014, 2010, 2009), and Ghana (2008). This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
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This is the VOA Special English Development Report, from 🤍 | 🤍 Sending and receiving money by text message. Sharing crop prices. Just talking to a loved one far from home. These are some of the ways that mobile phones have changed lives in developing countries. Another way is through e-health, electronic health services. One example is a telephone hotline in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Callers can receive information about family planning and the prevention of unwanted pregnancies. They are able to speak privately with trained operators about birth control methods and about health clinics. The nonprofit group Population Services International and a partner launched the service in two thousand five. The United States Agency for International Development finances the program. And an agreement with the Vodacom company makes the service free to callers. We talked with Jamaica Corker, on her cell phone, at the Population Services International office in the D.R.C. She said: "The hotline has given us an opportunity to take advantage of cell phone technology, to reach people outside of our intervention zone with family planning messaging. The hotline allows them to call in no matter where they are and to ask us the information that we can provide." Jamaica Corker says more than twenty thousand people called the hotline in two thousand eight. More than eighty percent were men. She says this is mainly because men own most of the phones. The group also has family planning hotlines in Benin and Pakistan. And it is launching a mobile phone program to gather records on condom sales around Tanzania. The journal Health Affairs recently published an issue on "E-Health in the Developing World." Editor Susan Dentzer says e-health is improving lives in different ways. For example, in Rwanda cell phone-based technologies are being used to keep track of drugs given to patients with H.I.V. Rwanda is at the leading edge of developing nations in using these technologies to advance health and health care. In South Africa, a campaign of text messages about H.I.V. led to a large increase in calls to the national AIDS helpline. And a program in Peru sends text messages to patients with H.I.V., reminding them to take their medicines. And that's the VOA Special English Development Report. Tell us about e-health services where you are. You can share ideas and find our programs at voaspecialenglish.com. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 03May10)
TED Fellow Zubaida Bai works with medical professionals, midwives and mothers to bring dignity and low-cost interventions to women's health care. In this quick, inspiring talk, she presents her clean birth kit in a purse, which contains everything a new mother needs for a hygienic birth and a healthy delivery no matter where in the world (or how far from a medical clinic) she might be. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. Follow TED on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍
I'm Alex Villarreal with the VOA Special English Economics Report, from 🤍 | 🤍 Here are some of the top economic stories of two thousand ten. The world continued to struggle with a slow recovery from the financial crisis two years earlier. Greece admitted to bigger-than-expected budget deficits. Investors punished Greece with much higher borrowing costs. The sixteen countries that use the euro joined the International Monetary Fund in offering loans of about one hundred forty billion dollars in May.But, Greece had to agree to deeply cut government spending. Some demonstrations against the measures turned violent. And debt problems extended beyond Greece. Ireland asked euro-area members and the IMF for help in November. Its rescue was even bigger, considering the size of the Irish economy. Euro-area nations have set up a bailout fund of about one trillion dollars. But the IMF worries that may not be enough. Portugal, Spain and Italy could soon require emergency loans. And the euro has declined, making imports more costly for the area's struggling economies. China's exports of important industrial metals also made news in two thousand ten. China temporarily cut off rare earth metals meant for Japan after a territorial dispute in September. China controls nearly all of the rare earth metals market. These metals are used in everything from smart bombs to batteries. China recently announced lower export limits for rare earths for two thousand eleven. In the United States, the central bank took steps to speed recovery. The Federal Reserve announced a plan to add six hundred billion dollars to the economy. The goal is to keep long-term interest rates low and make investmentand hiringeasier. Unemployment remained above nine percent all last year. On Wall Street, a sudden drop in a big stock index shocked investors on May sixth. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped about nine percent in less than an hour before mostly recovering. A five-month federal investigation of the so-called flash crash suggested a single big trade may have been the cause. World Bank economist Hans Timmer says not all countries are reporting problems. He said the biggest story is the very strong performance of the emerging economies in Asia and Latin America.The so-called BRIC nations, Brazil, Russia, India and China, were expected to report notable economic growth in two thousand ten. For VOA Special English, I'm Alex Villarreal. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 31Jan2010)
In the last three decades the Asian continent has gone through a rapid change. There are countries which have achieved prosperity like the west. Yet there are many developing countries who are on the verge of this kind of growth. Vietnam, Most people remember this country because of its horrifying history of wars and conflicts. But nowadays Vietnam is on the top of the news because of its unbelievable economic progress. The change started in 1986 when Vietnam launched a political and economic innovation campaign, Doi Moi. This reform was aimed to restructure the centrally planned economy into a socialist-oriented market economy. Slowly after that Vietnam invested in human development and infrastructure programs and foreign investment started to come in. At the same time, International trade agreements also played a key role in Vietnam's growth over the last 20 years. In 1995, Vietnam joined the ASEAN free trade area. In 2000, they signed a FTA with the US and in 2007 they joined the World Trade Organization. All of this has helped become one of the favorite destinations to set up factories. Like Vietnam, India also came with a lot of struggle and political turmoil in the past. Even Thirty forty years after its independence India did not grew significantly, the real changes in the Indian economy started in 1991. India's economic journey has been amazing, from $288 billion in 1992 to more than $3 trillion today. The reforms helped the country to shift from an agriculture-based economy to an industrial and service-based economy. But unlike Vietnam, India's growth has mostly come with the services and IT sector in the country. Over the past 60 years, the service industry in India has increased from a fraction of the GDP to approximately 55.9% between 2019 and 2020. Business process outsourcing (BPO) is a well-known industry in India. BPO is the fastest-growing segment of the ITES industry in India. Now the country is looking to be a manufacturing hub in electronic and other engineering goods. New government policies are encouraging the manufacturing sector and they are attracting a lot of foreign companies to set up factories in India. Next we are gonna talk about Indonesia. Indonesia is a very special country. You see there is a trend in many developing nations, most of them follow a typical path for their economic development. They transform from an agriculture based economy to an industrial and service based economy. But this was not the case in Indonesia. The country is quite rich in natural resources. They holds large reserves of crude palm oil, coal, gas, and copper. In the 2000s they made a lot of money due to the commodity boom in the international market which helped them to recover from the Asian Financial Crisis. Indonesia also has a large young population. This massive population creates a huge demand for consumer goods. Along with this, the growing middle class is also contributing to the rapid urbanization of the country. This helped Indonesia's large industrial and service sector growth. This growth in other sectors is helping them to reduce their dependence on commodity exports, which is essential for a growing nation. It is estimated that by 2030 Indonesia could be the largest economy in Asia after China and India. Due to its large population Indonesia is set to become one of the biggest consumer markets. Indonesia's working class population is becoming the backbone of the country's economy. Bangladesh, this is a country that was once called a basket case and is now being one of the fastest-growing economies in south Asia. Born out of war Bangladesh has come a long way from its early days. Its GDP rose from 100 billion in 2009 to almost 303 billion dollars in 2019. This has happened because the government abandoned the nationalization policy and gradually gave greater scope to private sector participation in the economy. Many state-owned enterprises have been privatized, like banking, telecommunication, aviation, media, and some other industries. But there is another reason for Bangladesh's economic growth: the garment industry. The garment industry has grown massively in the country in recent times. Bangladesh has become the 2nd largest manufacturer of the ready-made garment. It is the main item of export which accounts for 84.21% of total exports of the nation. One of the reasons Bangladesh has been successful in capitalizing on the garment industry is the massive labor force of the country. Beside the garment industry, the country is betting on Pharmaceutical and IT industries in the future. Today Bangladesh is a nearly 300 billion dollar economy, but by 2030 it could grow to 800 billion dollars, if they play their cards properly. So, in the coming time, these could also be the next countries to show a significant influence on the world economy. And they really are the ones to keep an eye on. #asianeconomies #nextsuperpowers
While technological revolution is changing much of the world, there are still areas that have seen only very small benefits, or none at all. There, people still live without electricity, clean water and basic healthcare. At a competition recently held in Washington, innovators presented affordable new devices, specially designed to help improve the lives of the world's poorest. VOA’s George Putic reports. Originally published at - 🤍
🤍 | 🤍 From VOA Learning English, this is the Health Report.The World Health Organization says there has been an increase in the number of children in developing countries who weigh too much. In African countries, the WHO says the number of overweight or obese children is two times as high as it was 20 years ago. Around the world, about 43 million children under the age of five were overweight in 2011. Doctors use height, weight and age to measure whether a person is underweight, normal, overweight or obese. Overweight and obese children are more likely to become overweight and obese adults. They are also at risk of developing health problems like diabetes and heart disease. Francesco Branca is the director of the WHO Department of Nutrition for Health and Development. He says governments should consider providing vitamins for children. And they should have policies on how food is marketed to children. But reducing the number of overweight children will not be easy. The goal is difficult to meet, even in wealthy countries. Experts say lowering obesity rates is especially complex in countries that also have high rates of infectious diseases. But the WHO has some basic solutions. The organization says people should eat less fat, sugar, salt and processed food. This can be replaced with more fruits and vegetables and increased physical activity. These goals are especially important for children. The WHO also says mothers should breastfeed their babies for at least the first six months, if possible. The current goal for the WHO's World Health Assembly is to prevent any increase in the percentage of overweight children in the next 12 years. For VOA Learning English, I'm Alex Villarreal.
Persons living with mental health problems, and their families are often stigmatised by societies. Hear Our Voices is a feature_-length documentary (38 mins) set in Nepal, India, Ethiopia, Uganda and South Africa, told from a patient perspective. It takes the viewer on a journey of 5 families' personal experiences of living with, or supporting a family member living with mental illness. The illnesses that the families are faced with include mental problems associated with substance abuse, depression, schizophrenia and intellectual disability. Along their journey, they come across traditional healers, health workers and members of the Programme for Improving Mental Healthcare, working to integrate mental health into the public health system.
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Obesity rates rise in developing world, says ODI report Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: 🤍 A report by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) reveals that obesity rates in the developing world have reached almost double that of the developed world. The Future Diets report shows that overweight and obesity rates since 1980 have almost doubled in China and Mexico, and risen by a third in South Africa, which now has a higher rate than the UK Click for full Guardian article: 🤍
Scientists in the UK are trying to piece together the puzzle surrounding long-COVID - trying to find out why people suffer from the effects of COVID months or even years after they had it. The COVID-19 pandemic was officially declared a global health crisis three years ago by the World Health Organization. This week, the WHO said that the pandemic is not yet over. Nevertheless, many countries around the world are returning to some sort of normality. Measures such as wearing masks in public have been scrapped. But life is far from normal for the millions of people who continue to suffer from the effects of their COVID infections months or even years after they had it. They have what’s called long COVID. One family in the UK showed us how it's has changed their lives. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #covid19 #longcovid #pandemic
For more information visit 🤍 Globalization – the growing integration of economies and societies around the world – has been one of the most hotly-debated topics in international economics over the past few years. Rapid growth and poverty reduction in China, India, and other countries that were poor 20 years ago, has been a positive aspect of globalization. But globalization has also generated significant international opposition over concerns that it has increased inequality and environmental degradation. But what is the concept of globalization? #Globalization is the most talked and debated issue in the contemporary world. It is a concept that escapes precise definition. In most cases, it is described rather than defined. Some commentators have described globalization as a stage of capitalism or late modernity and some remarks that globalization is a new way of thinking. However, it does not mean the same thing for all. For some, globalization is a process of opening up economies so that trade between countries could take place freely. For them increasing globalization has helped the expansion of opportunities for nations and benefited workers in rich and poor countries alike. Brings positive benefits for consumers, helping to increase choice, drive down prices, improve services and create new jobs and opportunities. Globalization can therefore be, seen as a positive force for change that has the potential to raise living standards and drive economies forward...Read more at 🤍 Join International Trade Course at 🤍 #InternationalTradeCourse #InternationalTrade Get the books: War and Power in the Twenty-First Century: The State, Military Conflict and the International System: by Paul Hirst, 🤍 Globalization: A Very Short Introduction by Manfred B. Steger, 🤍 Footnote: The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. World Bank is not a bank in the common sense. The World Bank is made up of two unique development institutions owned by 185 member countries—the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA). Each institution plays a different but supportive role in The World Bank mission of global poverty reduction and the improvement of living standards. The IBRD focuses on middle income and creditworthy poor countries, while IDA focuses on the poorest countries in the world. Together The World Bank provides low-interest loans, interest-free credit and grants to developing countries for education, health, infrastructure, communications and many other purposes. The IMF is an international organization of 185 member countries. It was established to promote international monetary cooperation, exchange stability, and orderly exchange arrangements; to foster economic growth and high levels of employment; and to provide temporary financial assistance to countries to help ease balance of payments adjustment. International Migration, Remittances and the Brain Drain, A Study of 24 Labor-Exporting Countries by Richard H. Adams, Jr. (link: 🤍 ) Writer and producer: Tony Zohari 🤍 Help me keeping Digitpro active! 🤍
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In Europe, food manufacturers have signed up to ‘responsibility pledges’, promising no added sugar, preservatives, artificial colours or flavours and not to target children. So why are they using tactics banned in the West in the developing world? There, they have created ultra-low-cost products with higher levels of salt, sugar and saturated fats. Filmed in Brazil, India and France, we investigate the new tactics of brands like Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Domino’s Pizza. - SUBSCRIBE for more amazing stories, including free FULL documentaries. At Java Films we have an incredible library of award-winning documentaries: from world-leading investigations to true crime and history, we have something for everyone! Click the SUBSCRIBE button and make sure to set NOTIFICATIONS to stay updated with all new content! Sign up to the Java Films Clubs for exclusive deals and discounts for amazing documentaries - find out first about FREE FULL docs: 🤍 Head to 🤍 to check out our catalogue of documentaries available on Demand. You can also find our docs on : Amazon Prime Video: 🤍 Vimeo On Demand: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍
Visit 🤍 to get our entire library of TED Talks, transcripts, translations, personalized talk recommendations and more. Developing countries need strong alliances between the public and private sectors to rebuild after COVID-19, says Achim Steiner, administrator for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). From building virus tracking systems to supporting clean energy projects and expanding health care, hear how the UNDP is creating partnerships between states and the financial, communications, technology and insurance sectors to rebuild stronger, greener economies post-pandemic. (This virtual conversation, hosted by political commentator Sally Kohn and TED global curator Bruno Giussani, was recorded June 8, 2020.) The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. You're welcome to link to or embed these videos, forward them to others and share these ideas with people you know. For more information on using TED for commercial purposes (e.g. employee learning, in a film or online course), submit a Media Request here: 🤍 Follow TED on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍