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  • TCCLC By The Number (BTN)

    TCCLC By The Numbers – October 30, 2018

    If the World were 100 PEOPLE:

    TCCLC BY THE NUMBERS

    Introducing the TCCLC ‘By-The-Numbers’ (BTN) page. For a better understanding of the world we are fighting for let's look at our world at the numbers and 

                            

    TCCLC By The Numbers – October 30, 2018

    If the World were 100 PEOPLE:

    50 -- Would be female

    50 -- Would be male 

    26 -- Would be children

    75 – Would be adults

    9 – Number of the adults that would be 65 and older

    60 – Of the 100 people would be Asian

    16 -- African

    14 -- People from the Americas (Including South America)

    10 -- Europeans

    31 – Of the 100 would be Christians

    23 -- Muslims

    15 -- Hindus

    8 -- Buddhists

    12 -- People who practice other religions

    12 -- People who would not be aligned with a religion

    12 -- Of the 100 people would speak Chinese

    6-- Would speak Spanish

    5 -- Would speak English

    3 -- Would speak Arabic

    4 -- Would speak Hindi

    3 -- Would speak Bengali

    3 -- Would speak Portuguese

    2 -- Would speak Russian

    2 -- Would speak Japanese

    60 -- Would speak other languages

    86 -- Would be able to read and write; 14 would not 

    7 – Out of the 100 would have a college degree

    40 – Would have internet connection

    78 -- People would have a place to shelter them from the wind and the rain

    22 -- would not 

    1 -- Would be dying of starvation

    15 -- Would be undernourished

    22 -- Would be overweight 

    91 -- Would have access to safe drinking water

    9 -- People would have no clean, safe water to drink

    More TCCLC By the Numbers can be found on TCCLC.Org By-The Numbers Page

    Sources for By The numbers: http://www.100people.org/statistics_100stats.php?section=statistics    2012 - Fritz Erickson, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Ferris State University (Formerly Dean of Professional and Graduate Studies, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay) and John A. Vonk, University of Northern Colorado, 2006; Returning Peace Corps Volunteers of Madison Wisconsin, Unheard Voices: Celebrating Cultures from the Developing World, 1992; Donella H. Meadows, The Global Citizen, May 31, 1990. (Brian Golden President TCCLC)





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