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Transcript of East Africa
By: Sarah Popular Culture Traditional People Physical Geography Government Visit? They are mostly peaceful and some are still fighting for independence.
East Africa's lakes are still very large and are continuing to grow.
Lake Victoria provides transportation to the three nations that border it.
They attend chhurches called mosques.
They use minibuses for transportation.
They grow coffee beans, corn, and many other crops. The types of government are:
National Congress Party
Federal They attend mosques.
They operate coffee plantations.
They grow different types of crops.
They make different types of pottery.
They are very Traditional. Who are they? What are they like? People who live in Northern Sudan are Muslims.
Asians became sucessful merchants.
Some people work on sugar plantations.
They mostly live in Madagascar and Mauritius.
They originally came from South asia and India.
They use minibuses for trasportation.
Tourists pay Asians for protection from wild life.
Asians can't pay for protection from wild life.
Asians have huge conflicts with The Horn for wanting independence.
The Cold War caused a drought that threatned mass satarvation. Issues surviving in the modern world... Countries in this region: Tanzania
Location: In the East part of Africa. Landforms:
The Nile River
East Africa Great Rift Valley
Lake Tanganyika Climate: Hot and wet climate. Desert, scrub, tropical grasslands, and fertile land. They believe in a single creator god called Ngai.
They show very high respect for thier dead ancestors.
Their culture arrived in South Asia about 2,000 years ago.
They work as farmers and grow many crops.
The Kikuyu are the largest ethnic group in Kenya Kikuyu Yes, because I would like to see some of the landforms, like Lake Victoria or the the Great Rift Valley. I think it would be fun to take a boat to the three bordering countries called: Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. I would also like to see the crops the coffee bean, corn, and many other crops and plantations. I would really like to see how East Africans spend their daily lives in East Africa.