In Sandoval county 9.4% of women receive low or no prenatal care, 17.4% of pregnant women of American Indian ethnicity receive low or no prenatal care and 15.4% of women between the ages 15-19 receive low or no prenatal care (Sandoval County Community Health Improvement Plan FY 2011 – 2014, 2010, p. 4). New Mexico ranks #43 in terms of overall child well being as well as #36 for higher than average low birthrate babies. In 2007 Sandoval county was at 8.1% for low birth weight rates, babies born to mothers with low or no prenatal care are three times more likely to be born at a low birth rate(Sandoval County Community Health Improvement Plan FY 2011 – 2014, 2010, p. 7). There are several community accessible non-profit agencies which provide free pregnancy testing and education on obtaining low cost or free pre-natal
Females make up 50.7 % of the population in 2013. 48.3 % of the population is Latinos and Hispanics, 35.1 % of the population is born outside of the United States, and 56.8 % of the population over 5 years old speaks a language other than English at home. B.1. Population Economic Status Assessment Los Angeles County is a large community with unemployment rate of 9.9%, which is higher that the California rate of 8.9% (County Health Ranking 2015). With 48.3% of the population being Hispanic and Latinos, 35.1 % of the population being born outside of the United States, and 56.8% of the population over 5 year old speaking a language other than English at home, this plays an important factor in education in terms of academic education and also in the education of preventative healthcare practices.
Other than Greenville the rest of the county consists of small rural communities and farm land. (PCCHA, 2011) B. Assessment of needs and risks utilizing the six tools Population economic status assessment is as follows: The population of Pitt County is approximately 172,554, per capita income in 2011 was 21,935, and unemployment rate was 10.1% in 2011 but presently is 9.3%. The percentage of households at or below poverty level is 25.8%, of this group, 18.4% are white non-Hispanic and 34.7% are Black. 1 in 4 children live in poverty, 64% of school children are eligible for free or reduced school lunches/breakfasts.
“In 1900, nine out of 10 minorities were African American. In 1998, Blacks made up less than one-half of all minorities, and their share is declining. Hispanics, with a 1998 population of 30 million, are the second largest minority, accounting for 40 percent of U.S. minorities,” according to the Population Reference Bureau, (PRB, September 1999). “The U.S. Census Bureau projects that Hispanics will outnumber non-Hispanic Blacks by 2005,” (PRB, September 1999). “Asians accounted for 13 percent of minorities in 1998, while American Indians, Eskimos, and Aleuts made up 3
Its demographic growth rate declined from 2.6% to 1.6% between 1950 and 2000; population is expected to reach approximately 42 million in 2050. As of 2007, 75.9% lived in urban areas and 24.1% in rural areas. Major cities include Lima (home to over 8 million people), Arequipa, Trujillo, Chiclayo, Piura, Iquitos, Cusco, Chimbote, and Huancayo all reported more
There are approximately 4,937 people per square mile. The median age 33.4 years old which is younger then the California median. Sacramento County has a diverse population, with 33.7% of white only, 27.8% Hispanic, 18% Asian, 14% African American and 0.2% is other. For community members that are 15 years old and older 38.9% have never been married,41.2% are currently married, 3% are separated, 5.2% are widowed and 11.6% are divorced (City-Data website, 2015). The median household income is $55,064.
The crime rate for robberies in Albany in 2010 was 105.1 per 100,000 people. In Abilene the crime rate for robberies in 2010 was 72.7 per 100,000 people. In both metropolitan areas the crime of robbery did go down from the previous year. In Albany, GA the crime rate per 100,000 people was 152.0 in 2009, which could be considered a big drop in one year. In Abilene, TX the crime rate per 100,000 people was 91.5 in 2009.
The company’s cash and cash equivalents started the year with $12.66B and ended with $9.58B, a 24.83% drop during the year. This was quite different than the previous year. In 2011 cash and cash equivalents began with $7.82 B, but increased by an impressive $4.84B, or 61.9% during the year. Stock price for ExxonMobil (XOM) ended on April 26, 2013 at $88.00. Over a two year period, the
In 2009 the population was 1.16 billion people with a median age of 25 and an annual growth rate of 1.4%. Population control campaigns have successfully slowed down the growth rate 17% in the following years. There are 28 states and 19 territories with citizens who speak primarily Hindi as well as English as a second language. In 2009 India’s GDP was 146 times greater than in 1990 but there is a clustered distribution of wealth with 4 states accounting for 30% of the total GDP. 37% of the population is impoverished and over 80% lived on less then $2 per day.
Pros and Cons of Urbanization in Megacities In 1800, only 3 percent of the world’s population lived in cities, a figure that rose to 40 percent by the end of the twentieth century. In 1950, there were 83 cities with populations exceeding one million; by 2007, this number had risen to 468. If this trend continues, the world’s populations, as a whole, will double every forty-five years. The UN forecast that today’s urban population of 3.2 billion will rise to nearly 5 billion by 2030, when three out of five people will live in cities. The increase will be most dramatic on least- urbanized continents, such as Asia and Africa.