For the introduction, we are going to incorporate facts and statistics about fertility rates in underdeveloped countries and how this affects the population on a white board.
Did you know that over 60 percent of people without basic literacy skills are women, and 30 percent of women experience some form of gender-based violence? (fact)
Women give birth in hope to get kids that will earn a living for their family.
We will then transition into filming young children in our neighborhood that are getting on the bus and doing daily activities. We can relate this to the total fertility rate of underdeveloped countries.
Following that, we will show the growth of a plant to symbolize the rapid population expansion and address the issue that earth is facing overpopulation.
The population is growing at an astounding rate, 83 Million people worldwide are being added to the population each year
The yarn is meant to symbolize the literacy/education among women in different countries (the yarn is a different country)
Countries Literacy Rates: Central African Republic, Afganistan, Guinea and Niger (listed in order)
But, we have a solution. In order to reduce the population, we can educate more women more to decrease the immense population. We will conclude our video by filming the library and mentioning something about a chapter closing