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Featured Geography Video for Term 2, 2019

Impacts of Malaria

Understanding Malaria

Dr James Tibenderana, technical director of the Malaria Consortium, knows the impact of malaria better than most, having contracted the deadly parasitic disease as a child. In this video, James unpicks the effects malaria can have on an infected individual, their family and the community. Students will learn that malaria causes more than an intense fever, it can have serious economic ramifications too.

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Internal Migration in China

Since the 1970s, China has been experiencing the world’s largest internal migration. In this program, we look at what internal migration is and why China is experiencing a dramatic population shift from rural to urban centres. Population statistics and graphs are provided to help students understand the significance of this event. The hukou system of household registration, criticised for creating wide ranging social injustices and a ‘floating population’ of migrants, is investigated. Woven throughout the video is the fictional account of the challenges farmer Huang Li faces as he moves to the city to improve economic opportunities for himself and his family.

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Water around the World

Water Supply and Management

Clean water is essential for human existence. However, international requirements are not met by the available supply. This programme examines rising global water demand and some of the serious issues with inadequate and/or contaminated water supplies.

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Impacts of Malaria

Understanding Malaria

Dr James Tibenderana, technical director of the Malaria Consortium, knows the impact of malaria better than most, having contracted the deadly parasitic disease as a child. In this video, James unpicks the effects malaria can have on an infected individual, their family and the community. Students will learn that malaria causes more than an intense fever, it can have serious economic ramifications too.

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