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Unformatted text preview: Facts P O PULATION CLO CK , 2010 WORLD © 2010 Population Reference Bureau MORE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 2010 WORLD POPULATION DATA SHEET 2 In Many Parts of the World, Rural Populations Still Adequate Sanitation. Stylized Facts Worldwide, 40 percent of the population, or more than 2.6 billion people, lack one of life’s basic needs: an defined as one that hygienically separates sewage from human contact. There are wide regional and rural-ur b Percent of Population Who Use Improved Sanitation (2008) in co 43 is Urban Sub-Saharan Africa 24 to Rural D 59 South Central Asia ha 29 w 66 ac East Asia 54 b p 86 Latin America/Caribbean M 55 sa 79 p Southeast Asia 59 p im 93 Western Asia ac 66 More Developed Countries 99 92 P O P U L AT I O N A N D P O V E R T Y / A C H I E V I N G E Q U I T Y, E Q U A L I T Y A N D S U S T A I N A B I L I T Y Stylized Facts FIGURE 1.1: Proportions in extreme poverty by total fertility rates, developing countries, 2000 AND people below $1 (PPP) a day (%) DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 total fertility rate (per woman) SOURCES OF DATA: World Bank (2002b), United Nations (2001). 7 8 P O P U L AT I O N A...
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