Bolivia and UAE

Bolivia

     

Ranking (UN HDI): 113

Population: 10.67 million people

Literacy Rate: 91.2%

Gender, Female population with some secondary education: 47.58%

Dependency Ratio of the population:     <15:56.12         >65+8.33

Infant Mortality Rate(IMR): 33 per 1000 years

Life Expectancy at Birth: 67.26%

Rate of Natural Increase: 1.9%

% of population ages 15-49 with HIV / AIDS: .3%

Net Migration: -2.4%

Percent Urban: 67.65%

GDP PPP per capita: $5,650.43

Poverty, Percent of population living bellow $2 US per day: 23.4%

% of GDP spent on education: 7.6%

Unites Arab Emirates:

     

Ranking (UN HDI): 40

Population: 9.35 million people

Literacy Rate: 90%

Gender, Female population with some secondary education: 62.7%

Dependency Ration of Population:  <15: 19.36    >65+: .61

Infant Mortality Rate(IMR): 7 per 1000 deaths

life expectancy at birth: 76.84%

Rate of Natural Increase: 15.26%

% of population with HIV / AIDS: .2%

Net Migration: 11.4%

Percent Urban: 84.95%

GDP PPP per capita: $57,004.58

Poverty, Percent of population living under $2 per day: 19.5%

% of GDP spent on education: 1.6%

CONCLUSION: Bolivia is a developing country in South America. Its ranking is 113 with a population of 10.67 million people. The Infant Mortality Rate is 33 per 1000 deaths. The net migration is -2.4%. The United Arab Emirates is a developed country. Its ranking is 40 with a population of 9.35 million people. The Infant Mortality Rate is 7 per 1000 deaths. The net migration is 11.4%. Overall Bolivia and the United Arab Emirates are very different and it is very obvious that Bolivia is still developing and the UAE is developed when looking at their ranks.

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