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These 38 Favorite Toys Of Kids At Different Income Levels Will Make You Understand The World

Published on 23 May, 2018 at 9:01 pm By

Sometimes, we think everything in the world is perfect and fine. We think everyone in the world is same and equal. At times, we also think everyone in the world is okay. How good it would be if they are true and are not just in our thinking or imagination. But, sadly, the world is not so. You or I may be okay, but others are not.


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It is often said if you want to understand the world, look at how people live. In this article, we shall make an effort to understand the world by taking a look at how people around the world live. In fact, we can get a pretty accurate picture of how people at different income levels live if we pay attention to the things that their kids play with.

Below is a list of favorite toys of kids at different income levels of people around the world, captured by the team of Dollar Street, an initiative founded by Gapminder co-founder Anna Rosling Rönnlund, which have a team of photographers documenting over hundreds of homes at different income levels around the world to photograph people’s possessions. These intimate glimpses into the everyday lives of hundreds of families will make you see how people really live and what life looks like on different income levels.

 

1. In a Burkinabe home living on $29/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is an old tire.

 

Favorite toy

 

2. In a Burundian home living on $29/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is dried maize.


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Kid's favorite toys

 

3. In an Indian home living on $31/month per adult, the kid holding his favorite toy.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

4. In a Zimbabwean home living on $34/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a home-made ball.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

5. In a Haitian home living on $39/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy car is made out of recycled plastic items.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

6. In a Zimbabwean home living on $41/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a car.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

7. In a Haitian home living on $43/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a hoop.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

8. In a Burkinabe home living on $45/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a broken plastic doll.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

9. In a Burkinabe home living on $54/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a tire.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

10. In an Ivorian home living on $61/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a shoe.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

11. In an Indian home living on $65/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a home-made cricket bat.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

12. In a Rwandan home living on $72/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toys are leaves.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

13. In a Haitian home living on $102/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a handheld video game.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

14. In a Palestinian home living on $112/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a plastic bottle.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

15. In a Colombian home living on $123/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a volleyball ball.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

16. In a Nigerian home living on $124/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toys are wooden poles.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

17. In a Colombian home living on $163/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a cat.

 

kid's favorite toys

 

18. In a Filipino home living on $170/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a plastic doll.

 

Kid's favorite toy

 

19. In a Tunisian home living on $218/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a scooter.

 



Kid's favorite toy

 

20. In an Indian home living on $245/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a toy truck.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

21. In a Jordanian home living on $249/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toys are stuffed animals.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

22. In a Rwandan home living on $251/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a stick.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

23. In a Bolivian home living on $254/month per adult, the favorite toy is a stuffed toy.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

24. In an Indian home living on $369/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a cell phone.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

25. In a Cambodian home living on $463/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a puppy.

 

Kid's favorite toy

 

26. In a Latvian home living on $480/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a stuffed animal.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

27. In a Jordanian home living on $583/month per adult, the favorite toy is a tablet computer.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

28. In an American home living on $855/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is Lego.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

29. In a Mexican home living on $1,093/month per adult, the favorite toy is an electric guitar.

 

Kid's favorite toy

 

30. In a Chinese home living on $2,235/month per adult, the kid’s favorite toy is a military tank model.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

31. In a South African home living on $2,862/month per adult, the favorite toy is a stuffed animal.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

32. In a Kenyan home living on $3,268/month per adult, the favorite toy is a tablet computer.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

33. In a Nepalese home living on $3,829/month per adult, the favorite toy is a teddy bear.

 

Kid's favorite toy

 

34. In an American home living on $4,650/month per adult, the favorite toy is baseball gear.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

35. In a Jordanian home living on $7,433/month per adult, the favorite toy is a large stuffed animal.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

36. In a Ukrainian home living on $10,090/month per adult, the favorite toy is a large stuffed animal.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

37. In a Chinese home living on $10,098/month per adult, the favorite toy is stuffed animal.

 

Kid's favorite toys

 

38. In a Latvian home living on $11,381/month per adult, the favorite toy is a stuffed animal.

 

Kid's favorite toy

 


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It is clearly understood from the above that some people are indeed having too little and the world is just too unfair in terms of equality. On the other hand, we also learned that people at all income levels around the world have a lot of similarities.

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