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Campbell's Africa

East Africa By: Callie and Gabby

Callie Jensen

on 21 May 2010

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Counrties of East Africa Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Somalia,Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, and Tanzania East Africa Landforms Lake Victoria Kenya Population: 39,002, 772 Sudan Population: 41,087,825 Capital: Khartoum Government Type: Military Government Eritrea Population: 5,647,168 Capital: Asmara Government Type: Transitional Government Djibouti Capital: Djibouti Population: 724, 622 Government Type: Republic Ethiopia Population: 85,237,338 Capital: Addis Ababa Government Type: Federal Republic East Africa Somalia Population: 9,832,017 Capital: Mogadishu Government Type: No permanent national government; transitional, parliamentary federal government. Uganda Population: 32,369,558 Capital: Kampala Government Type: Republic Capital: Nairobi Government Type: Republic Rwanda Population: 10,746,311 Capital: Kigali Government Type: republic, presidental, multiparty system Burundi Population: 9,511,330 Capital: Bujumbura Government Type: Republic Tanzania Population: 41,048,532 Capital: Dar Es Salaam Government Type: Republic Main religion in Eritrea is Orthodox Christianity Cruisine of Eritrea consits of various stews served with a large flat bread called injera or tayta Religion on Djibouti is Islam The people of Djibouti are Somali and Afar people. Most people are Roman Catholic or Protestant Kenya is active in several sports, among them cricket, rallying, football (soccer), rugby union and boxing. But the country is known chiefly for its dominance in Middle-distance and long-distance athletics Maasai people make up most of the Kenya Population Roman Catholic and Proestant are the main religions Music and dance plays an important role in the traditions of all Rwanda's peoples A wide range of traditional handicrafts is produced in rural Rwanda, ranging from ceramics and basketry to traditional woodcarvings and contemporary paintings. The two most common foods are beans and plantains( bananas) Majority of the people are Catholic Drumming is an important part of Burundian cultural heritage
Beer is an important part of social interactions and is consumed at all important occasions, such as the marriage negotiations between two families. It is drunk through straws.

Christian and Muslim are the main religions The traditional piece of cloth is locally known as 'khanga'. The cloth is rectangular in shape. Khanga is made from pure cotton Majority of the people are Catholic Roman Catholic and Protestant are the main religions A frame for a rondavel (house) usually only 3 to 5 meters in diameter. Most popular sport is football(soccer)
Most people, except a few who live in urban centers, produce their own food. Most people eat two meals a day: lunch and supper. Breakfast is often a cup of tea or porridge.

All food is served halal. There are therefore no pork dishes, alcohol is not served, nothing that died on its own is eaten, and no blood is incorporated.
The main language is Swahili. Language Have a nice day = Nakutakia siku njema Good morning = Habari ya asubuhi Climate The coastal areas have a tropical-savanna climate. Inland, dry savannas with a steppe climate are typical up to the forested highlands. Mountain regions have a humid highland climate. Mt. Kenya Mt. Meru Mt. Kilimanjaro About two days before the wedding the bride invites her girlfriends for El Henna. On this day a woman comes to decorate the hands and legs of the bride with henna and she and her girlfriends dance and sing and spend a happy day together.
The groom also decorates his legs and feet with his friends. Sudan Weddings Traditional Bride and Groom of Sudan Bride and Groom dancing with each other. Christmas in Sudan In Sudan family members go to church, which is usually under a tree. Then they spend the rest of the day with their family People of Sudan Sudan's Flag Nearly all of the people are the religion of Sunni Muslim Pyramids of the Kushite rulers at Meroe Traditional housing for many groups is mud walls and a thatched roof. Traditionl landscape of Sudan is drier with small shrubs. Eritrea's Flag Eritrea People Eritrea Landscape Houses in Erirtrea Djbouti's Flag Djibouti Houses Djibouti Landscape Afar Man Somali Man Djibouti Peope Rwanda's Flag Rwand's Landscape People of Rwanda The mountain gorilla is Rwanda's leading tourist attraction Rwanda's traditional houses Kenya's Flag Keyna's Landscape People of Kenya Animals Burundi's Flag Burundi's Landscape Burundi People Poorer homes in Burundi Tanzania's Flag Tanznia's Landscape People of Tanzania Pollution is bad along some shorelines Traditional homes in Tanzania Somali's Flag Somalia's Landscape People of Somalia Homes in Somalia Sunni Muslim is the religion Uganda's Flag Ugand's Landscape People of Uganda Uganda's Houses Ethiopia's Flag Ethiopia's Landscape People of Ethiopia Poorer House of Ethiopia Injera is also a popular food in Ethiopia as well as Eritrea Ethiopian Wolf Great Rift Valley Nile River By: Gabby Movalson
Callie Jensen Traditional House of Eritrea
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