Comparing Haiti And Spain
How is the population controlled?
The current population of haiti is about 10.32 million. the population structure is between the ages 25-54 and there is mostly males. their average life expectancy is around 62 years. they live in mainly an urban city. Haiti's population has increased 1.4%. operating in eight countries, brac’s agriculture programmes work with governments to ensure food security. we build systems of production, distribution and marketing of quality seeds at fair prices; conduct research to develop better inputs and practices for the agricultural sector; offer credit support to poor farmers; and promote the use of efficient farming techniques and proven technologies. using environmentally sustainable practices, we are helping our partner countries become self-sufficient in food production. The health care concerns are the post-earthquake reconstruction, the global hiv/aids, the of the many countries at risk from the effects of climate change, small island states are widely considered to be among the most vulnerable. Not only are these countries exposed to direct impacts of climate change, particularly sea level rise, they are also highly sensitive to existing environmental stresses that will be exacerbated by climate change. overlapping factors such as high population densities, fragile ecosystems, overstressed water resources, and limited institutional capacity mean that small island states face serious challenges to their development in a changing climate. Epidemiology training program, safe water, vaccine preventable diseases. Extensive deforestation (much of the remaining forested land is being cleared for agriculture and used as fuel); soil erosion; inadequate supplies of potable water.
Just life in Haiti
The population of Spain is approximately 46.77 million. The age range is between 25 & 54 years old and they're more males. The life expectancy is 82 years. Most people of Spain live in Urban areas. The population is decreasing. The population will continue to decrease. The food supply is good and they have low undernourishment. Spain has the third highest life expectancy in the EU. Also, 28% of people smoke but that percent is decreasing. There are no events causing change in population in any way. Deforestation and air pollution are two big environmental problems in Spain and they're causing poor farming practices, unplanned cutting of trees and forest fires. For the air pollution it just isn't the healthiest air to breathe in.
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