Cameroon is a country in Africa, labelled as a third world country. With a population of 20.9 million, Cameroon does not struggle in that area with a similar population to the entirety of Australia.
On a yearly average, 1.42% of Cameroons population or approximately 296, 780 people die each year. In comparison there is a population increase at the hand on newborns of 4.09% or 854, 810.
The life expectancy of both men and women are quite low when compared to second and first world countries. In Cameroon the average life expectancy of men is 50.2 years and women are 52.3 years, giving the average life span of a resident of Cameroon is 51.3 years of age.
HIV and AIDS are also a large part of Cameroons lifestyle, with 4.3% of men and 6.4% of women aged between 15 and 49 infected with either disease. This is equivalent to 2,236,300 individuals, over a tenth of the population.
Health is also a scary prospect when looking at Cameroon. With 31% of deaths begin at the hand of NCD’s or non-communicable diseases. Along with this the amount of underweight children at the age of 5 or under is quite high, with almost 2 in 10 children underweight.
Canada is a first world country located in Northern America. It has a population of 34.9 million people, 13 million higher than the population of Australia.
In a year 0.74% or 2,582,600 people die in Canada each year, while 4,188,000 children are born each year.
The life expectancy of men in Canada is 78.9 years, women is 83 years giving the average life expectancy of a Canadian resident 80.9 years.
HIV and AIDS isn’t a big part of Canadian society, with only 0.4 of men and 0.2 percent of women aged between 15 and 49 have contracted the diseases. This is equal to
Health isn’t a scary prospect when looking at Canada. With 89% of deaths begin at the hand of NCD’s or non-communicable diseases.