This here is Michael. Michael is a 26 year old man who graduated at a private school and went to university for 4 years where he now has a full time job working for a well known and popular lawyer Enterprise where he makes 400 thousand dollars a year. Michael's weekly routine consists of him waking up and putting on a suit where he leaves his 2 million dollar house and drives his BMW to work, getting breakfast on the way at his favourite cafe.
This here is Hassan. Hassan is 52 hasn't had great access to education, therefore he relys on cutting hair for a barbershop in order to make money for himself and he 2 children. Hassan wakes up at 4 oclock in the morning to walk 2 hours to reach his work place. He finds food on the way to eat.
It is clear that Australia has a better wellbeing than Indonesia
No! Indonesia is just as good as Australia
Here in Australia, All Australian citizens have access to Medicare which means that if someone has hurt themselves or are sick, it does not cost them to much money to get help.
Here in Indonesia, the rich people living in the urban areas are 7 times more likely to access health facilities whereas the poorer people have a harder time doing so.
Here in Australia, I get to school by a private bus and get to school at 8:30 where I see my friends. I learn for 6 hours then my mum picks me up from school
Here in Indonesia, I get to school by walking, not eating anything until lunch time and after school I walk home