Causes Of Life Expectancy In Developing Countries

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A. life expectancy: Life expectancy is known as a statistical measured determination which shows how long a person or an organism may live, based on the year of the birth, the recent age, the persons living condition and other demographic factors including the gender. The life expectancy in developed countries is different from developing countries. The life expectancy in developed countries is higher than developing countries. The reason is the developed countries with better medication and their style of life. The developing countries still have the problem of medication, food and clean water. Even if there is a health center in rural area it is very difficult to find transportation in order to reach there. Because of such problem many people die in Africa. The life expectancy in developed countries increased after world war the second. I would like to mention one of Sub-Saharan country Kenya: In Kenya infant mortality declined- first contributing a rise in life expectancy at birth from about 42 years in the early 1950s to 56 years. In the late 1970s before fertility began a decline from then-prevalent eight children per woman. In the early 1950s, Pakistan had a life expectancy of 41 years and an average and an average fertility rate of 6.6 children per woman. Early 1980s life expectancy has reached 59 years due in large parts to reduction in infants and child deaths. There are many factors which made life expectancy gap in developing and developing countries, poor

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