Hans Rosling is debunking the River of Myths about the developing world. By measuring the progress in the once labeled “developing countries”, preventable child mortality can be history by the year 2030.
Is there a relation between religion, sex and the number of babies per woman?
What was the greatest invention of the industrial revolution? Hans Rosling makes the case for the washing machine.
A one-hour documentary broadcast by BBC, where Hans Rosling says there’s nothing boring about stats, and then goes on to prove it.
Instead of studying history one year at the university, you can watch this video for less than five minutes.
Many countries are making good progress towards MDG4 and it’s time to stop talking about Sub-Saharan Africa as one place.
The Internet community Reddit.com got to ask questions to Hans Rosling. Here is his answers.
TED-talk at the US State Department. Global trends over 200 years, the development of HIV/AIDS and how China is catching up.
200 years that changed the world – 200 years of history in 4.5 minutes. Viewer responses to the video: “Thanks for posting another thoroughly thought provoking video.” “This is brilliant, compelling and amazingly well visualized.” Shanghai, New York, Mumbai – Is Shanghai healthier than New York? And how do Washington D.C. and Mumbai rank? Be Read more …