Chad and The US

Project by: Kavya Dagli and Mariana Ferreira

Amount of Food Eaten by two Families in Chad

Food Found in the Chad Pictures

STAPLE FOODS:

Sorghum- type of grass that is raised for grain

Millet- small seeded grass also raised for grain

Potatoes, Rice, Sesame, Beans


Other foods eaten:

milk

chickens

goat meat

watermelons

swash

dates

red onions

garlic

tomatoes

red pepers

peanuts

tea

water

cornmeal

lamb

eggs

pork

cantaloupe

grapes

apples

pears

cucumbers

beans

egglant

carrots


Amount of Food Eaten by two Families In the United States

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The average life expectancy of Chad is much lower than the expectancy in the United States, which leads to believe that people in Chad are living unhealthy.


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Population

The population in the United States is, obviously much larger than the population in Chad. Having less people in a country is a benefit because that is less people to feed.


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Menzel, Peter, and Faith D'Aluisio. "Chad." Hungry Planet: What the World Eats. Napa, CA: Material World, 2005. N. pag. New Canaan High School Library. 7 Sept. 2013. Web. 10 Sept. 2013. <nchslibrary.info>.