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Une infographie interactive très intéressante pour mieux connaître l'Afrique

Publié par Kiergaard sur 16 Septembre 2013, 11:14am

Catégories : #Géopolitique-International, #Sociologie-Démographie

Une infographie interactive très intéressante pour mieux connaître l'Afrique

Source : GreatBusinessSchool.org via Investir.ch

  • L'infographie est disponible ICI avec les explications (si ce n'est pas assez grand sur cet article).
  • Cette infographie compile 28 indicateurs, permet des comparaisons aisées par pays tout en fournissant une vision complète pour chaque pays. L'usage en est simple. La seule subtilité se situe au niveau de la lecture de la courbe au bas de la page, celle ci met en relation les 2 derniers indicateurs recherchés afin de permettre des comparaisons. Par exemple : placer en axe x (horizontal) la croissance de la population et en axe y la qualité de l'éducation permet d'identifier une relation négative : la qualité de l'éducation est plus faible dans les pays avec une forte croissance démographique.
    Différents cas de figures sont envisagés dans une petite page d'aide).
  • Au bas de l'infographie on obtient le "classement" pour chaque indicateur sélectionné.
  • Voici la liste des indicateurs (en anglais) HEALTH HIV/AIDS: Based on the percentage of adults (15-49) with HIV/AIDS.
    MEDICAL PERSONNEL: Based on the number of physicians, nurses, and midwives per 1000 people.
    LIFE EXPECTANCY: Based on the expected years of life from birth.
    UNDER FIVE MORTALITY: Based on the number of children who die before age 5 per 1000 live births. ECONOMY: EXTREME POVERTY: Based on the percentage of people living on $2.00 USD or less per day.
    GDP PER CAPITA: Based on the value of goods and services produced divided by the population.
    EXPORTS: Based on the values of goods and services sent to other countries.
    AGRICULTURE: Based on the agriculture value added per worker. EDUCATION: LITERACY: Based on the percentage of adults (15+) who can read and write.
    COMPLETED PRIMARY: Based on the percentage of children who advance from the first grade to the last grade of primary school.
    GOVERNMENT SPENDING: Based on the percentage of government expenditure on public and private education.
    QUALITY OF EDUCATION: Based on student/teacher ratio, secondary/tertiary education, literacy/math skills. RIGHTS: POLITICAL RIGHTS: Based on the electoral process, political pluralism, participation, and functioning of government.
    CIVIL LIBERTIES: Based on freedom of expression/belief, organizational rights, personal autonomy, and individual rights.
    GENDER EQUALITY: Based on women in school/work force, equal representation, and legislation on violence against women.
    LGBT RIGHTS: Based on punishment of homosexual acts/expressions, adoption laws, military service, and antidiscrimination laws. STABILITY: RULE OF LAW: Based on judicial process/independence, sanctions, stability during power transfer, and property rights.
    CONFLICT: Based on the number of armed conflicts a nation has participated in within the last 40 years.
    PERSONAL SAFETY: Based on political persecution, social unrest, violent crime, and human trafficking.
    NATIONAL SECURITY: Based on cross-border tensions, refugees, domestic conflict, and government involvement in conflicts. INFRASTRUCTURE: ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY: Based on the percentage of people who have access to electricity.
    ACCESS TO WATER: Based on the percentage of people who have access to clean water.tever reason, one indicator might affect the other indicator in the opposite direction.

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