Australia vs. Uganda
developed vs. developing
Australia population demographics
Facts about the developed country of Australia
- current population as of July 2014 is 22,507,617 people.
- current population structured in terms of age: highest age group- 25-54 years old and there is more males than females / lowest age group- 55-64 years old and there are more females than males.
- most of all of Australia urban.
- the population has had a steady but still slightly growing.
- the life expectancy age is 82.07 years old.
- the future of the population is either going to completely steady out or rapidly grow, it just depends on some factors.
- 90% of Australia's food supply is Australia production and food and vegetables, the future of Australia's food supply is growing and there will be plenty.
- Health care is fairly good in Australia, not many concerns.
- No current war, diseases, and famine to effect the population.
- There is soil erosion from overgrazing and due to poor quality water, Australia is figuring this out so it wont effect the population
Uganda population demographics
Facts about the developing country of Uganda
- current population is 35,918,915 people.
- current population structure due to age: highest age group- 0-14 years old and there are more females than males / the lowest age group- 65 years old and older and there are more females than males.
- the urban population is only 15.6%.
- the population has a slightly decreasing population growth.
- the life expectancy is 54.46 years old.
- the future of the population is going to decrease at a faster rate if something doesn't change.
- the food supply level had reached famine level, floods and droughts are the causes of no food supply.
- barely any health care.
- currently diseases and famine and this is effecting the population because the young is dying off early.
- draining of wetlands for agricultural use and also diseased dirty water, Uganda can't do anything about this because they don't have resources.