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Unit geographic studies of development 10 Introduction Development is something we do to make our way of life more comfortable If we were not to develop we would still be living in the depths of the jungle feeding on bugs and things But we have developed to become a more intelligent and happier race In developing we take things we have and manipulate them into things we can use and sell to help our current situation and in turn make our way of life better The quality of life is very important Some factors may be measured but inputs such as personal happiness a sense of well being or self worth etc are more difficult to measure because they are subjective A study of development must contain both measurable objective and subjective aspects The quality of life can be measured by other factors like infant mortality rate life expectancy literacy rate GNP and population-growth rate The quality of life is directly linked to the state of development that a country is currently at To be developed a country has to have at the very least the basic necessities covered for the human population eg clean water and a health system To be highly developed a country would have to be up with the cutting edge of technology and health care plus have a good education status etc This report will eventually draw up a conclusion of what state of development this country Sudan is at 20 Background Information 21 Location MAP Appendix D Sudan is situated in Northeastern Africa the largest country of the African continent It is bounded on the north by Egypt on the east by the Red Sea and has Kenya Uganda DRC formerly Zaire Central African Republic Chad and Libya 22 Size Sudan has a total area of 2505813 sq km Khartoum is the Capital City of Sudan Sudan
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