Fertility rate explains India's population increase of 1.2% annually.
Population increase of 0.7% annually.
2.40 PER WOMAN
1.30 PER WOMAN
Higher quality of living leads to a higher life expectancy. Sustaining the basic needs such as fresh water, food, shelter , clothing and safety.
Lower quality of living leads to a lower life expectancy. As a cause of being unable to reach primary needs.
Higher population creates an increase demand for products
Developed countries such as Greece have more of an obtained wellbeing , whereas developing countries such as India struggle with maintaining their wellbeing. These indicators about compare both developing and developed countries.
7 DEATHS PER 1000
11 DEATHS PER 1000
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