gvA Update

Ranking Housing Adequacy Inadequate housing most often connotes a poor housing condition. A housing condition is said to be poor if it is overcrowded, poorly ventilated, unsafe, noisy or unhygienic. People who live in poverty and as a result are in the low income group often do not have access to better housing options and are prone to problems associated with poor living conditions which can include infections, stress, low self-esteem, food poisoning, fire accidents, anxiety disorders and even poor relationships. In general, the best way to determine if a family is poor is to see where they live. In this connection, 1-which of the following countries ranks the least in housing inadequacy worldwide? A. Japan, B. South Korea, C. United Kingdom and D. United States of America. 2-In Africa, which of the following countries ranks the highest in housing inadequacy? A. Côte d'Ivoire, B. Malawi, C. Nigeria and D. South Africa. ANSWERS 1-Japan is the country that ranks the least in housing inadequacy in the world with 0.0% score. 2-Malawi is the African country that ranks the highest in housing inadequacy at 90%.

 

Posted: Dec 5th, 2017 @ 04:15:56 AM