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Review Chapter 20
This is an agricultural or mining product that can be sold
These are African Countries that only have one main agricultural or mining product to sell.
This is creating variety in economies
Name a barrier to economic development in many African Countries
Education, Infrastructure, Corruption, Ethnic Violence, etc.
This is the departure of African professionals to Western Countries.
This is caused by the human immunodeficiency disorderThis is caused by the human immunodeficiency disorder. Around 70% of call cases of this are in Africa
How does AIDS affect the economies of African countries?
When people die early and get sick, they can’t work or are not productive.
This is a disease which is often fatal if not treatedThis is a disease which is often fatal if not treated. Vomiting, diarrhea and dehydration can result of this
How can cholera be prevented?
Ex. Lifesaver bottle, clean drinking water,
This is a disease marked by chills and fevers that is often fatalThis is a disease marked by chills and fevers that is often fatal. Mosquitos carry this disease and spread it.
This is a respiratory infection spread between humans, and often accompanies AIDS.
This is a UN program that studies the world’s AIDS epidemic and estimates it needs around 4.63 billion dollars to fight AIDS in Africa
Provide an example of a way that countries in Africa are fighting AIDs.
Gabon – Funding their health care substantially,Mozambique – updating its public health facilities Education. Testing
There are about 3 million people in the world who have this infection, including 2.4 million Africans
How Does Africa’s lack of infrastructure help make the AIDS epidemic worse?
Harder to test people, education is more difficult.
What do you think the message of this picture is?
Today’s Issues- Africa
African Health Issues.
Famine and Disease in Africa
MODERN AFRICA (21st Century)
You can usually tell when someone has malaria as the will have fever, chills, muscle aches, tiredness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, anaemia and jaundice(
Living Standards. How do we measure the standard of living in a country? We can look at a number of key measurements: Average income Quality of.
Pandemics Epidemic: disease that affects a number of people in a restricted area . Pandemics: epidemic that spreads to a large region or world wide.
Chapter 20 Today’s Issues Africa
AIDS/Other Diseases Sub-Saharan Africa.
Friday Turn in: any late work On your desk: sheet of paper for notes, pen/cil Warm-up: Current events EESP.
Problems after Independence By 1980 most of Africa was free from European rule. However, many of the newly independent countries face many problems.
Biological Hazards -pervasive influx of insects or parasites affecting humans, animals, crops and materials -infectious diseases.
Today’s Issues: Africa European colonialism of the 1800s has left most of today’s independent African nations with economic, health, educational, and political.
U.S. Public Health Assistance to Africa by Michael Hall.
Health Care is the maintenance and improvement of physical and mental health, particularly through the provision of medical services.
Notable Diseases AP Environmental Science. Malaria Pathogen and/or Vector Protozoa carried by mosquitos Health Impacts Fever, chills. Kills millions each.
Malaria Jessy Cockrell.
Africa Chapter 20 Economic Development.
Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent. Africa is the poorest continent, affected by many plagues - such as malaria and.
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