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1)Despite children still working on farms an mainly surviving on subsidence living, in stage 2 the death rates moves from around 35/1000 in stage one to 15/1000. This is mainly due to improved health care, sanitation and diet, this also leads to a higher life expectancy. For example new hospitals, new vaccinations, or new legislation to prohibit children from working in factories. A country at this stage is Afghanistan, despite the health care system not being as eﬃcient as that in the UK or other MEDCs, they have set up 'health houses' in rural areas, this prevents large numbers from dying from preventable diseases just because they cannot reach health services, so death rates have fallen slightly.
2)In stage two birth rates are around 35/1000 then in stage 3 is drops quite dramatically to 13/1000, this is ...