Safe Drinking Water

The table below shows several economic and social indicators for four African countries. Write a report outlining the main features of the data presented and making comparisons where relevant. You should write at least 150 words.

populations infant mortality rate
(millions)urbanruraltotal(per thousands live births)
South Africa3788448728
Morocco28100588827
Algeria2898129336
Sudan3675757575

The given table represents the number about some economic and social problems in four African countries. It is obvious that Sudan has the highest rate of infant mortality and the lowest percentage of inhabitants in the whole country who have access to safe drinking water.

According to the table, there are more people live in South Africa and Sudan with 37 and 36 millions respectively, in comparison with Morocco and Algeria which has only 28 millions each one. In general, the proportion of people drinking safe water in urban areas is higher than in rural ones. The number of South Africa residents who can drink safe water in rural zones is only half that of urban areas, with 44% compared to 88%. In Sudan, the percentage stays the same in all sections of the country, which means 75% population having access to drinkable water, and the fatality rate of newborns is much higher with 75% compared to 28% in South Africa.

As is observed, there is 100% people living in cities in Morocco can access to safe water, and Algeria has roughly the same figure, with 98%. Just over a half of rural residents in Morocco have access to clean water (58%), while this proportion in Algeria is even much lower, only 12%, but the number of people who can drink safe water in all parts of the country is the highest with 93%. The infant mortality rate in Morocco is roughly one quarter (27%), and in Algeria is over one-third (36%).

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That table doesn't make much sense to me. Also, it seems to be unrelated to "safe drinking water". Where did you find it?

oh I'm so sorry. Here is the new table with more details:

populationsperception of population have access to safe drinking water infant mortality rate
(millions)urbanruraltotal(per thousands live births)
South Africa3788448728
Morocco28100588827
Algeria2898129336
Sudan3675757575
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The given table presents represents the number about some socio-economic data and social problems in four African countries. It is obvious that Sudan has the highest rate of infant mortality and the lowest percentage of inhabitants in the whole country who have access to safe drinking water.

According to the table, there are more people live in South Africa and Sudan with 37 and 36 million respectively, in comparison with Morocco and Algeria which has have only 28 million each. one. In general, the proportion of people drinking safe water in urban areas is higher than in rural ones. The number of South African residents who can drink with safe drinking water in rural zones is only half that of urban areas, with 44% compared to 88%. In Sudan, the percentage stays is the same in all sections of the country, which means 75% of the population having access to drinkable water. However, and the fatality mortality rate of newborns in Sudan (75%) is much higher with 75% compared to 28% than in South Africa (28%).

As is can be observed, there is 100% of people living in cities in Morocco can access to safe drinking water, and Algeria has roughly the same figure, with 98%. Meanwhile, just over half of rural residents in Morocco have access to clean water (58%), while this proportion in Algeria is even much lower, at only 12%, but the number of people percentage of the total population who can drink safe water in all parts of the country is the highest with at 93%. Finally, the infant mortality rate in Morocco is roughly one quarter (27%), and in Algeria is over one third (36%).

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