Presentation on theme: "Public Health Unit Lesson 3: Developing vs. Developed Countries 1. Content Objectives: 1. TSWBAT identify characteristics & examples of developing vs."— Presentation transcript:
Public Health Unit Lesson 3: Developing vs. Developed Countries 1. Content Objectives: 1. TSWBAT identify characteristics & examples of developing vs. developed countries and why they are public health concerns. 2. TSWBAT value the job of a community health department in your everyday life. 2. Language Objectives: 1. TSWBAT identify developing vs. developed countries by brainstorming differences in public health to determine why countries public health affects life expectancy. 2. TSWBAT understand the importance of a community public health department after reading the services of a basic department and examining how our local health department affects our daily lives.
Brainstorm on your own… 1. List some names/examples of developing and developed countries. 2. What does a developing and developed country looks like (related to Public Health Issues)? 3. What characteristics/examples can you think of that make them different (related to Public Health)? Write these thoughts & ideas on your worksheet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZVxjH04aIY
Public Health Differences of Developing vs. Developed Countries Sanitation Clean air and water Life Spans / Expectancy Diseases Income / Money Housing Education Peace or war Healthcare system Access to healthy foods Transportation Weather/Natural Disasters Why are these Public Health issues?? Do you think these issues affect life expectancy? https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world- factbook/rankorder/2102rank.html https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world- factbook/rankorder/2102rank.html Are most of these Environmental Factors?
Developed Countries 80 % of World’s income is produced by the rich countries of the World 15% of World’s population Andorra Faroe Islands Ireland Monaco Spain Australia Finland Israel Netherlands Sweden Austria France Italy New Zealand Switzerland Belgium Germany Japan Norway Turkey Bermuda Greece Liechtenstein Portugal United Kingdom Canada Holy See Luxembourg San Marino United States Denmark Iceland Malta
Developing Countries Distribution of National Income Per Capita Gross National Product (GNP) 85% of World’s population in Developing Countries is producing just 20% of World’s output. Extent of Poverty Low Education Rates List of Developing Countries http://www.isi- web.org/component/co ntent/article/5- root/root/81-developing http://www.isi- web.org/component/co ntent/article/5- root/root/81-developing
REALITY CHECK!! 2.6 billion people on earth do not have access to a toilet Around 7 million children under the age of 5 die each year Most HIV/AIDS deaths occur in Africa 765 million people do not have a safe drinking water resource