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Pakistan by Mind Map: Pakistan

1. Economy

1.1. Gross national income (GNI) per capita 4866.2

1.1.1. With time a country progresses but unfortunately Pakistan is not among those countries to be counted. After independence as the time passed, Pakistan failed to meet the increasing energy demands of the country.

1.2. Employment to population ratio 51.6

1.2.1. Right from start the economy of Pakistan was thriving. In late 60s, Pakistan was praised for its economic progression which kept on burgeoning. However the growth later on slowed down mostly due to the economic mismanagement and flawed economic policies. A visible rise in public debt was seen.

1.3. Total unemployment rate  7.2

1.3.1. Exports and imports 33.1 There used to be a time when Pakistan was regarded as a peaceful and harmonious country having no state of chaos and anarchy. But as time passed, we saw a sudden shift in the course of events. Pakistan went from a state of tranquility to a state of violence. Which was not only disturbing for the citizens of Pakistan but the foreign world also started viewing us with a skeptical eye resulting in the reduction of trade, tourism and therefore economy. This has proved to be a great hurdle in the way of our getting into the developed nations of the world.

2. Health

2.1. Public health expenditure 2.8

2.2. Adult mortality rate, female (per 1,000 people 155.0)

2.2.1. Pakistan's health care delivery system includes both state and non-state; and profit and not for profit service provision. The provincial and district health departments, para-statal organizations, social security institutions, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and private sector finance and provide services mostly through vertically managed disease-specific mechanisms. The country’s health sector is also marked by urban-rural disparities in healthcare delivery and an imbalance in the health workforce, with insufficient health managers, nurses, paramedics and skilled birth attendants in the peripheral areas.[1]

2.3. Adult mortality rate, male (per 1,000 people) 189.0

3. Russia's GDP is $1.33 trillion which ranks 13th in the world.

3.1. Pakistan's GDP is $270 billion which ranks 41st in the world.

4. There are 144M people living in Russia. This would make Russia the 9th most populous country in the world.

4.1. There are 189M people living in Pakistan. This would make Pakistan the 6th most populous country in the world.

4.1.1. There are 35.9M people living in Canada. This would make Canada the 37th most populous country in the world.

5. Women and Children

5.1. Life expectancy 66.2

5.2. Human Development index (Female) 0.436

5.2.1. The status of women in Pakistan is one of systemic gender subordination even though it varies considerably across classes, regions, and the rural/urban divide due to uneven socioeconomic development and the impact of tribal, feudal, and capitalist social formations on women's lives. The Pakistani women of today do, however, enjoy a better status than the past.[1][2]

5.3. Inequality-adjusted HDI  0.377

6. Human development

6.1. Index 0.538 Rank 147

6.2. Rank 147

6.3. Birth registration (% under age 5)  34.0