Category: Africa

For the complete list of nations in Africa, please visit ehealthfacts.org.

Sights of Morocco

According to itypeusa, the city of Rabat, built in the 12-13th century, on the site of the ruined Roman city of Sala, is currently the center of culture and science,…

Ethiopia Arts and Climate

Arts According to searchforpublicschools, the artistic manifestations in Ethiopia, while being, of course, such as the cultural state of the country in the various eras has allowed, are of interest…

Ethiopia Between 1948 and 1959

The years from 1948 to 1959 recorded international successes and progress in the domestic one, especially due to the skill of Emperor Häylp̀ Sěllāsi̯è. Completely freed from the protection and…

Tunisia Relief and Coasts

Relief. – Tunisia which, as it was said, represents the extreme eastern part of minor Africa, is a predominantly mountainous region, whose backbone is constituted by the last section of…

Algeria Languages and Culture

This fundamental division into two eternally enemy peoples is complicated by subdivisions. The Sh ā wiyah (Franc. Chaouïa) of the Berber- speaking Aurès differ greatly not only from the great…

South Africa Novels

In 1883 O. Schreiner (1855-1920) published The story of an African farm, interesting not only for the narrative technique but also for the characters, especially the female ones, who populate…

Travel to Seychelles

Area: 455 km² Residents: 93,186 Population density: 205 E / km² Form of Government: Republic System of Government: Presidential system State capital: Victoria National Languages: Seychelles Creole, French and English Religions: 90% Catholic, around 8% Protestants or Anglicans, 0.35% Jehovah’s Witnesses…

Netherlands Economy

Business With a gross national income (GNI) per resident of (2017) US $ 46,180, the Netherlands occupies a top position in the ranking of EU countries. In addition to an…

Women at War Part II

6: Sexualized violence as a weapon Sexualized violence is a form of gender-based violence . Sexualized violence in war involves more than rape ; it can also be about forced…

The Ebola Epidemic Part II

4: Alone against Ebola In March 2014, MSF ‘s field workers noticed a worrying increase in sickness in parts of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Teams were immediately dispatched to…

The Ebola Epidemic Part I

In 2014, the world was taken to bed when Ebola managed to spread in parts of West Africa and kill over eleven thousand people. How did Ebola spread? Why was…

Nigeria’s Black Economy Part I

Nigeria’s rich oil deposits have become a curse for the majority of the inhabitants of the Niger Delta, where most of the extraction takes place. Pollution, corruption and persecution of…

Rwanda 2011

This year’s project country, Rwanda – a country in central-eastern Africa – has about 11 million inhabitants. The country is the size of Hedmark county and is one of the…

Rwanda 2011 Part 2

4: Young in Rwanda Being young in Rwanda presents challenges. Many lost their parents at a young age, either in the genocide, or as a result of diseases such as…

Mozambique Economy

ECONOMY Despite the relatively large resources, Mozambique, which during Portuguese colonialism was used much more as a stopover along the route to the Indies rather than as a territory where…

Chad History Timeline

Chad is a landlocked state in Central Africa. The country borders Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the…

Working and Living in Kenya

Labor market According to countryvv, earning a regular income as a foreigner in Kenya is otherwise rather difficult. Your financial reserves should be able to withstand a long “dry spell”….

South Africa Geography

South Africa consists for the most part of flat or undulating plateaus. In the central highlands (Hochveld), these reach a height of 1,200–1,800 m above sea level, in the north-west…

Morocco Geography

HYDROGRAPHY The arrangement of the mountainous reliefs, in the central part of the territory, conditions the radial structure of Moroccan hydrography. Towards the interior various watercourses (Ziz, Guir etc.) descend,…