There are more than 7 billion people living on Earth, all of them wildly different. Because of the massive number, it’s tough to gauge what people from other parts of the world are like.
If you took the data from all 7 billion humans and condensed the number to just 100 people, you will get a much better grasp at what the rest of the world is really like. Take a look at the graphic below:
Some interesting things to note:
- 23 out of 100 have no shelter.
- 13 out of 100 have no safe drinking water.
- 17 out of 100 are unable to read and write.
- 26 out of 100 are children (under the age of 18.)