Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Categories: Children | Photo project

To better understand this world, you need to look at how different people live, and children's toys can tell you a lot. The Dollar Street project, which was launched by the Gapminder Foundation, has visited hundreds of homes and families with different income levels in different countries of the world. Through these photos, it was possible to find out that some people have almost nothing, people with a similar income level lead a similar life, and the economy is more important than cultural affiliation. And even toys in families with a similar income level are similar.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

India, a family with an income of $ 29 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a plastic bottle.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Burundi, a family with an income of $ 29 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a dry ear of corn.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Zimbabwe, the family income is $ 34 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a homemade ball.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Haiti, the family income is $ 39 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a tennis ball.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Zimbabwe, the family income is $ 41 per adult per month. My favorite toy is an old car.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Burkina Faso, family income — $ 45 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a broken plastic doll.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Burkina Faso, family income — $ 54 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a car tire.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

India, family income — $ 65 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a homemade cricket bat.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

India, family income — $ 80 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a broken plastic doll.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Philippines, family income — $ 98 per adult per month. Favorite toys are superhero action figures.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Palestine, family income — $ 112 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a plastic bottle.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Columbia, family income — $ 123 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a soccer ball.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Nigeria, the family income is $ 124 per adult per month. My favorite toy is wooden sticks.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Columbia, family income — $ 145 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a plastic ball.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Columbia, family income — $ 163 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a cat.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Philippines, family income — $ 170 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a plastic doll.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Tunisia, the family income is $ 176 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a teddy bear.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Tunisia, the family income is $ 218 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a scooter.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

India, family income — $ 245 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a truck.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Jordan, family income — $ 249 per adult per month. A favorite toy is a soft toy.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Rwanda, the family income is $ 251 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a stick.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Bolivia, family income — $ 254 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a soccer ball.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Bolivia, family income — $ 265 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a truck.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Cambodia, family income — $ 463 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a puppy.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Ukraine, family income — $ 476 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a mobile phone.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Latvia, family income — $ 480 per adult per month. A favorite toy is a soft toy.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Jordan, family income — $ 583 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a tablet.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Ukraine, family income — $ 694 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a Lego figure.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Mexico, family income — $ 1,093 per adult per month. My favorite toy is an electric guitar.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Sweden, the family income is $ 2,223 per adult per month. My favorite toys are plastic dolls.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

China, family income — $ 2,235 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a tank model.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Kenya, family income — $ 3,268 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a tablet.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Nepal, family income — $ 3,829 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a teddy bear.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

The family income is $ 4,650 per adult per month. My favorite toy is baseball equipment.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Sweden, family income — $ 4883 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a lego set.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Jordan, family income — $ 7433 per adult per month. My favorite toy is a big soft toy.

Not a single teddy bear: favorite toys of children from different countries

Latvia, family income — $ 11,381 per adult per month. A favorite toy is a soft toy.

Keywords: Toys | Countries | Children | Finance | Photo project | Level | Hobby

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