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Tanzania Africa Project

Africa Travel Project; Social Studies, Peter Kingsley
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Eddie Jun

on 3 May 2017

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Tanzania
Africa Travel Project by Eddie Jun; P.2
Current Issues
Tanzania uses hydro-power to hel operate lots of electricity throughout the country. Due to the lack of rainfall and lack of reservoirs, the Tanzania technology and electricity is insufficient and causing people to suffer.
Tanzania also suffers from lots of illegal and unsustainable deforestation.
Due to the extreme need of other countries in the past, nearly 1/3 of the population is tourists. This may not seem like a problem, but because the government is providing resources for the non-native visitors in the country, it causes a lack of resources for natives.
Tanzania is an East African country, standing between Kenya and Mozambique. It is full of popular places, such as Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's biggest mountain, and Serengeti National Park. This country hosts what people call the Big 5: Elephants, Lions, Leopard, Buffalo, and Rhinos. Tanzania is home to many tropical islands and coral reefs.
Movement
Regions
Economic System
Elements of Culture
Tanzania doesn't have too many manufacturing companies, but it produces several resources such as steel and petroleum.
Due to the slave trade from 1500 to 1900, many people from Africa were migrated to different countries, including Tanzania, which lost about 20% of their population. Despite people leaving Tanzania, a majority of people fled to Tanzania during the slave trade; this country was almost considered a safe zone(similar to Switzerland in WWII.
Tanzania trades many different items with other countries. Coffee(17%), Fish/Shellfish(11%), Fruits/Nuts(16%).


In Tanzania is divided into 31 different regions, or as they call it, "mikoa". Some of the regions in Tanzania include Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Mbeya, Tabora, and Kilimanjaro regions.
The capital of Tanzania is Dodoma, and that is the focal point of the regions as well. Despite Dodoma being the capital, the biggest city in Tanzania is Dar es Salaam because it is a city and a region.
Citations
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanzania
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regions_of_Tanzania
www.encyclopedia.com/places/africa/tanzania-political-geography/tanzania
http://www.mapsofworld.com/tanzania/tanzania-political-map.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Tanzania#Independence_and_Union_of_Tanganyika_and_Zanzibar
http://www.fsmitha.com/h2/ch34-tan.htm
Government Types
Tanzania's government is a Democracy government.
In Tanzania, there is a president and prime minister as well.
Many, many years ago, Tanzania was called a different name. Back in the 16Th and 17Th century, what we know as Tanzania was Zanzibar. Zanzibar was a significant place, as it was the major transit point during the slave trade, which had begun in Africa in about the 15 and 1600s, when Zanzibar first rose. Zanzibar also was world famous for their trade in spices, and it had produced 90% of the entire world's clove(spice).
Tanganyika was the new name for Tanzania after Zanzibar during the 18th century. This was the time during which the British began to explore Tanzania, and eventually took over after WWI. This led to the revolution that gained Tanzania its independence. When the country finally became independent on 12/10/1963, they combined the names of their country's history to make the name Tanzania.
After Tanzania had gained independence in 1963, the president, Julius Nyerere socialistic economy. He encouraged people from first world countries to help develop the country and help build a steady economy. He believed that the sources from different countries would provide knowledge in order to build a strong and indigenous country. When the socialism mission had come to a fail after several horrific years, chaos had ensued. Nyerere finally admitted failure and resigned as president 1985. He later hand-picked a new president, Ali Hassan Mwinyi who helped resolve the problems that occurred in Tanzania.
Tanzania's currency is the Tanzania Shilling which is worth .00045 of 1 American US Dollar, and the national language is Swahili.
There are over 100 different native languages spoken in Tanzania and the national language is Swahili.
Nearly 97% of the entire country is either Christian or Islamic. 61% of the entire population is Christian.
Tanzania is very rich in Music, Painting and Sports. The country's music is mainly traditional African music, along with some hip hop and bongo. There have been several famous artist that were Tanzanian and the paintings in Tanzania mainly consist of their culture, animals and history.
Tanzania also is big on food; their most famous food being Ugali, which is a type of thick porridge. Besides Ugali, Tanzania has a wide varieties of foods, such as, beef, goat, beans and vegetables.
Tanzania's favorite sport is football (soccer).
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