AQA GEOG4B 19th JUNE 2015 Watch
WE WILL GET THE AIB IN EXAM TOMORROW RIGHT?
- terrain - Kenya is highly mountainous, with most people living at over 2000m above sea level. Supplies that are imported into Mombasa at the coast have to get to 2000m above sea level!
- climate - monsoon season makes unpaved roads impassable. Most people live in mountainous areas, which can suffer from landslides during the wet season.
- High population density in high precipitation areas - population more at risk from malaria, increasing demand for anti-malarials and treatment.
- Kenya is a large country with small villages. To provide good infrastructure to all of them would be hugely expensive with high maintenance costs.
- Most physicians are located in urban areas, and there is a flow of doctors out of the country. This leads to a shortage of staff to deliver healthcare in rural areas.
- There are areas which have a very high poverty density. This creates problems for local authorities because poorer people have higher demand for public healthcare, but drugs are delivered proportionally. Demand for drugs often outstrips supply, in some cases KEMSA has blocked supplies due to delayed payments by local authorities.
- There are many sparely populated regions, particularly in the north and east of the country. It is very difficult to provide local community care to these settlements.
Thank you so much for this super appreciated!!!
The papers got changed, which would mean that statistical tests should not come up (I doubt they can be arsed to make one in such a short time). So most questions should be writing ones and perhaps more general ones because they had little time to prepare.
yeah but everyones saying you need statistics and notes on climate change and environment and vision2030 i just dont see how they link to the booklet and why you need them
I am panicking like crazy! Are the maps chloropleth or isopleth?!
And what are the advantages and disadvantages of using this map??