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History of East Africa
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...Africa in the 15th century, mainly getting gold and slaves. When they reached the eastern coast of Africa, their prime interest shifted to controlling and securing trade routes to India. For a few centuries, European involvement in Africa was mostly contained to the coastal regions. In the East, the Omanis gained nominal control of the islands, but until the reign of Sayyid (1804-56) they took little interest in them (Nwulia. p13-14. 1975). Sayyid recognized the commercial value of East Africa and increasingly turned his attention to Zanzibar and Pemba, where he permanently relocated his court into (Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 2006). He brought many Arabs... of History of East African Slave Trade 01 ...
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African Music (East Africa)
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...East Africa) African music is an art that can be traced way back before the colonial period and has developed to the modern music production, which has been influenced by technology, as well as African and western cultures. Africa is generally known to host numerous cultures due to the different language speaking populations, even after the influence of colonial languages (English and French). Countries like Nigeria have more than 500 languages; East Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, and Kenya have approximately less than a total of 250 languages with identified speakers. These numerous languages come with their cultures in way of life and behavior. However... ? Music 31 January African Music...
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History of East Africa
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...Africa in the 15th century, mainly getting gold and slaves. When they reached the eastern coast of Africa, their prime interest shifted to controlling and securing trade routes to India. For a few centuries, European involvement in Africa was mostly contained to the coastal regions. In the East, the Omanis gained nominal control of the islands, but until the reign of Sayyid (1804-56) they took little interest in them (Nwulia. p13-14. 1975). Sayyid recognized the commercial value of East Africa and increasingly turned his attention to Zanzibar and Pemba, where he permanently relocated his court into (Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 2006). He brought many Arabs... of History of East African Slave Trade 01 ...
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MIS in Local Government Education Centers within East Africa
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...East Africa, Case Of Arusha, Tanzania - An Integrated Actor-Network and al Approach : Course: Institution: Date: Abstract This report is a discussion of some of the introductory findings, from a field study under completion, regarding the development and the usage of a computer-based management information system (MIS). The report will also explore, whether an MIS artifact, after introduction and usage can contribute to the development of new managerial processes – which make it possible to administer service delivery at local levels in a better, different manner, with reference to the problem area of integration. The report will also, question... ? MIS In Local Government Education Centers within East...
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What Is NGO's The role in raising HIV/AIDS awareness in East Africa
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...East Africa Contents Introduction 3 What is NGO? 4 Role of the NGOs 6 HIV/AIDS in East African nations 7 Role of NGO in HIV/AIDS prevention 8 Importance of Signposting in the context of HIV/AIDS 10 AIDS Awareness in East Africa 12 Stigmatisation 12 Relationship of NGOs with the States 13 Prevention of HIV/AIDS 15 Criticisms faced by NGOs 15 Conclusion 16 References 18 Introduction The Non –Governmental organisations are important parts of the society and have a dominant role in shaping the society as well as the development of the international scenario. The function of the NGOs is on two aspects. On one hand they provide services to people... ? What is NGO's? The role in raising HIV/AIDS awareness in...
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Consider East Africa and its extensive trade route. Why is it important What does it say about the impact of Africa in the world What does it say about ancient Africa Pick your one focus, go deep
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...East Africa and its Extensive Trade Networks East Africa is an enormous area encompassing countries such as Eritrea, Ethiopia, Sudan, Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Comoros, and Sycheles. East Africa and its extensive trade route are important due to enabling the trade between the rest of Africa and the whole world. East Africa and its trade route brought a great significant about ancient Africa. The positive impact and negative impacts of existence of East African trade...
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Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for a Wind Power Production Project in Turkana Area of Kenya; East Africa
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...East of Lake Turkana in Marsabit County Loyiangalani district of Kenya. The exact position of the proposed plant is between two mount ranges; Southwest of Mt Kulal and Northeast of Mt. Nyiru. The Map Showing the location of the project... ? Number Analysis of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for a Wind Power Production Project in Turkana Area of Kenya; EastAfrica Institution Course Code Instructor CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.0. Project Description The project under consideration will constitute a wind farm situated at the South Eastern end of Lake Turkana. This area is mostly uninhabited, rocky and arid desert area. The geographical conditions are unique with daily temperature fluctuations...
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Regional Politics (Africa, Middle East or East Asia)
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...Africa and the Middle East Democratic consolidation entails a process meant to strengthen the process of democratization in any given country transforming from an authoritarian system of governance. In essence, three processes are involved in then shift towards democratization and include the transition from authoritarian, engaging in democratic transition and eventually achieving democratic consolidation. However, as stated by Mottiar (2002), most democracies are viewed as consolidated democracies in terms of their democracy being internalized attitudinally, constitutionally and behaviourally. In terms of viewing democracies behaviourally, the consolidation... by the democratization process...
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Regional Politics (Africa, Middle East or East Asia)
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...east, Africa and other developing economies will be compared with the cultural environments found in first world countries (Hadenius & Teorell, 2005). Cultural maturity and progress differ in different countries and this has enabled some regions to develop as compared to others for example the socialist Asia and former soviet and the capitalist west. The level of democratization of institution in these countries differs and this has been attributed to the way of life found among the different countries. Culture is a multifaceted domain that cannot... ?Culture Affects Democratic Development of s The development of countries across the globe has been attributed to the establishment of independent and...
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Management in Middle East and North Africa
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...East and North Africa Contents Contents 2 Introduction 4 Definition of “service” 6 Structure and significance of the service sector in Morocco 8 Tourism services 8 Information technology services 9 Telecommunication services 10 Retail services 11 Financial services 11 Structure and significance of the service sector in Qatar 12 Tourism and hospitality 12 Information Technology 13 Telecommunication 13 Banking and finance 13 Retail 14 Structure and significance of the service sector in Lebanon 16 Tourism 16 Commercial services 17 Financial services 18 19 Comparison and contrast of service sector in three economies: Morocco, Qatar, Lebanon 20 Conclusion 23 References 25... flows and...
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Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: The East African Coast and Southern Africa
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...East African Coast and Southern Africa The East African Coast, stretches more than a thousand kilometres from Northern Kenya to Southern Tanzania. A Swahili, African with influences of Arabic and Islamic, people lived on the East African Coast. The Swahili created over a thousand trading settlements stretching from Mogadishu in the North to Mozambique and Madagascar in the South. The Portuguese established two settlements beginning in 1531. Portuguese lasted well into the 20th century. Southern Africa was also a trade center in the 18th and 16th century. Torwa, Zulas, Maroserana, and other...
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Middle-East and North Africa Countries
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...east and North Africa. These countries are charecterised by high economic diversity among them. The group of countries that constitutes MENA includes the oil-rich countries of Gulf region and the as well as the countries like Morocco, Egypt and Yemen... of Contents Table of Contents Overview of MENA countries Need for financial programs 2 Economic reforms in MENA 3 Fiscal Management 3 Development of Financial Market 3 Improving Transparency and Governance 3 Trade Liberalisation 4 Exchange Rate Management 5 Management of Post-Conflict Situation 5 Case history 5 Tunisia 5 Lebanon 7 Morocco 8 Conclusions 8 Overview of MENA countries The term MENA refers to the countries in the middle-east and North Af...
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Political Systems in the Middle East and North Africa
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...EAST AND NORTH AFRICA and number: submitted: POLITICAL SYSTEMS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA Islam constitutes a source of both legitimacy and illegitimacy to some Arab regimes”, discuss this statement. Politics generally refers to the way in which a group of people are ruled. Generally, the most important premise that is attached to politics is whether or not the ruling is ruling the ruled in a manner that is in conformity with the hopes and socio-economic aspiration of the people (Al-Sayyid, 2003). To this end, there is no single form of political rule that or political system that can be considered to be better than the other. What is generally important... ? POLITICAL SYSTEMS IN THE MIDDLE EAST ...
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Discuss the history of the oil industry in the Middle East, including North Africa
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...East, Including North Africa Introduction This paper analyses the history of oil industry. It gives a detailed focus on the discovery, exploitation and use of oil in the Middle East countries and North Africa side of the continent. The analysis gives focus on the issues that led to exploitation of the oil deposits, the problems encountered during the period, the events following the extraction of oil and the future perspective of the oil industry in these sections of the countries. It also relates to emerging trends in the industry and the relationship between the oil companies from the centuries of discovery up-to-date. The production capacity between... ? The History Of The Oil Industry In The Middle...
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Impact Of Arab Spring On The Dynamics In The Middle East And North Africa
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...East And North Africa SUMMARY: The emergence of Arab Spring has brought many changes in the Arab region. The wave of revolution has changed the perceptions of the international community about the Arab politics. There were many factors behind the revolution which shaped the history of the Arab region such as poverty, high unemployment, inflation, corruption and unjust treatment by the government. Arab Spring has put an end on the dictatorship and absolute monarchy. New political groups and ideology have been formed as a result of this revolution. Not only this, a clear shift on balance of power has been observed in the region; a struggle... of controlling the regional politics between Iran...
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The Political Economy of States in the Middle East and North Africa
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...East and North Africa The Middle East and North Africa throughout history have been centre stage in economy and politics. These regions have been endlessly fought over, coveted as strategic real estates on the word’s major trade routes. Some of Middle East and North African countries comprise of Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey. Islam is the major religion in these nations (Bowker 99). The abundant petroleum fields dominate the Middle East and North African regions. This paper will to address the political economy of Egypt. First, the report highlights the dominant economic activities and social service in Egypt. Second, the study will look... The Political Economy of s in the Middle East and ...
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Assess the extent to which the cold war involved the nationas of the middle east and africa
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...East and Africa Introduction The Cold War was the of conflict between nations without using any military force against one another. Instead, this form of war was conducted between countries (specifically the United States and the Soviet Union) using both economic and political actions; the countries involved tried to ruin each other’s reputation through propaganda to provoke war between the subject countries of the conflict.1 During the Cold War there were two major forces led by the two superpowers of the time, which had economic, political, and socio-cultural strength, while the countries split to join either of the forces as surrogates... or Russians and the East policies....
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The issue of crimes of honour against women in states of the Middle East and North Africa is more to do with society than it is to do with law. Discuss, indicating whether or not you agree and examining at least one example in detail in your answer
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...East and North Africa: a legal issue? Or a social one? Introduction: The first and foremost function of a legal system is to protect the rights of all the citizens of a country by providing justice without discrimination. The legal systems in a country reflect the way the society functions. In the region of Middle East and North Africa there are certain countries where honour crimes are committed and the section of the society that is most affected by it are women. When human rights are violated and legitimized by the laws in the country it is necessary to look at the factors contributing to it. In many parts... The issue of ‘crimes of honour’ against women in s of the Middle...
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Land Grabbing in Africa
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...East Africa Land grabbing in East Africa goes back a long way during the time of colonization. There was large-scale arable land acquisition by the colonial governments or individuals associated with those governments. These rendered the natives landless or squeezed in small portions of land. Immediately after gaining independence, the local governments sold or leased out these large pieces of land to domestic or transnational companies and individuals. As a result, it has not solved the issue of land in East Africa, but opened a new page for debate. This paper will examine the effects of land grabbing in East Africa. Land grabbing in East Africa causes imbalance... The Impact of Land Grabbing In East...
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Discussion based on the east asia crisis
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...East Asia Crisis. How IMF Policies Brought the World to the Verge of a Global Meltdown. The east Africa crises startedon July 2nd, 1997, when the Thai baht promptly depreciated. This abrupt hit to the currency market impacted negatively not only Thailand, but its effects were also felt in other regions of the east Asia- Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Philippines and spilled over into Brazil, Russia and even the United States (Stiglitz 89-99). East Asia had experienced phenomenal growth before the crisis that refers to as the east Africa miracle. There was decreased in poverty, stable government that provided funds to facilitate education and moreover, had strong... ...
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Evaluate the contributions of the evolutionary theory and traditions/myths of origin to the reconstruction of Africa's past
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...Africa continent as the center of human origin. In addition, some of the paleontological and archeological research in the past supported the evolutionary theory. More specifically, the earliest evidence of the evolved hominids is found in East Africa (Crawford & Benjamin 27). First, the origin of humanity in Africa reveals that primate evolution began 70 to 80 years ago. In existence, the evidence of the first bipedal hominids 4 million years ago was located in East Africa territory. Notably, the cranial volume of earliest humans was about 400 to 550 cubic centimeters. As time progressed, Homo erectus started spreading to other world regions. At the same time, their increased brain... Contributions of ...
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The Slaves Trade in Africa
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...Africa. The Trans-Saharan and East Africa slave trade was initiated by the entry of Arabs, who practiced Islamic religion, in Africa. Before the foundation of the Islamic religion, Arabs had been practicing slave trading. As they conquered western parts of North Africa, their leaders took the locals into captivity... The Slave Trade in Africa THE SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA Slave trade existed in Africa from the prehistoric period to the modern time. In Africa, many societies practiced slavery, some viewed slavery as a means of acquiring properties, whereas to others slavery was a way of integrating dependents into their families. There were societies that fully absorbed and assimilated the slaves by allowing...
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East Africas Great Rift Valley: A Complex Rift System by James Wood and Alex Guth
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...East Africa’s Great Rift Valley: A Complex Rift System College A rift is defined as a crack in the earth’s surface that widens over time. The rifting in Africa occurred over 30 million years ago reflected by the minor earthquakes and volcanic activity. The Great Rift Valley in East Africa comprises of two major rifts the Western rift and the Eastern rift with a third rift known as the Ethiopian rift. These three forms The Great Rift Valley and it is a complex rift that comprises of grabens along its major faults. Examples of grabens include Nyanza Rift and the Ethiopian rift. This report seeks to study and...
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Curtis Keim's Mistaking Africa
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...Africa has no history to study. Africa has some of the most amazing and powerful animals on the planet. The African elephant, rhinos, savannah lions, buffalos and tigers attract millions of western citizens to the continent every year. However, to say that these animals disrupt daily lives of city residents is a big myth. Nairobi, the biggest city in east Africa has rhinos and lions within its peripheries, while baboons and other big mammals make a beautiful scene across southern African cities. The truth is these animals are secured in national parks and do not roam the streets freely. With all out phased... Mistaking Africa The west has propagated many myths and misconceptions about Africa over the...
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The competitive advantage strategy for Diageo, Castel of brewery in Africa
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...East Africa and some parts of West Africa where it recorded very high net sales growth provides a wider market share. The company also employs almost 6500 employees in Africa and creating more other jobs indirectly through the use its production and distribution networks. Diageo enjoys a good brand reputation since its first Guinness export to Sierra Leone which still remains the heart of its business and is brewed in almost 20 countries before exported to several other countries (Wehring 2012, np... ? Diageo Diageo enjoys a greater market in the African region due to the huge growth potential in the region and that includes raw materials and even talented labor force. The African market especially in...
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Humanitarian Cases in Africa
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...east africa Humanitarian Cases in Africa According to the United Nations, Eastern Africa is experiencing the famine so intense that had never been observed in the last 60 years. According to the report, more than 10 million people are endangered by this “hunger crisis” in those areas of the world including Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Kenya. Several different causes may have played a vital role in the stimulation of this famine, most prominent being lack of rain and inability of the Government officials to provide sufficient funds to the agricultural and irrigation schemes of the country. Out of the four countries majorly affected, the most affected one is Somalia, where... ? Humanatarian cases in...
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Colonial Policies in Africa
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...Africa were driven by Economic Factors and not by concerns about the Type of Society Colonial Rule would bring about. Name Course Name Course Instructor Date of Submission Concretely, colonial policies in Africa were driven by economic factors and not by concerns about the type of society colonial rule would bring about. Introduction Towards the late 1700’s, colonialism seemed as a thing of the past. Great Britain had already lost its 13 American colonies, Portugal and Spain had lost South America while Holland had difficulties with the East Indies1. One hundred years, a new colonialism wave swept across the world. In a period of twenty years, between 1880 and 1900... ?Concretely, Colonial Policies in...
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Hunger in Nigeria, Africa
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...Africa has increased. There are nearly 15 million more hungry children in Africa now than there were ten years ago. The greatest numbers of these children can be found in Nigeria and Kenya. In these places, many children subsist on diets that have low nutritional vale, featuring foods such as cassava, white rice and maize. Conditions that have contributed to the increase in hungry children in some parts of Africa are the result of natural disasters and global climate change. Seasonal rains have not been as predictable in East Africa and drought has settled many... ? Nigeria is the most populated country in Africa. The current population is approximately 155,215,573. The country boasts many natural...
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Sub-Saharan Africa
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...East Africa. It represents the best example of the still flourishing fauna of this part of the continent and, as such, can be recommended for further visits by the curious travelers. Ngorongoro Crater Area The next sight to be visited in the course of my travels across the Sub-Saharan Africa was the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which presents an example of combination of the geologically complex landscape and the lively and diverse ecosystem. The history of the Ngorongoro area is rather interesting, as this region was one of the most ancient places of human settlement, as well as of the highly volatile relations between... ?Sub-Saharan Africa Travels First and College First and Department..., of......
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World Civilizations
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...east, and south African regions have been most changed by contact and foreign culture technology. The changes brought about by foreign contact in each region will particularly be discussed as well. These discussions will lead to a conclusion that South African region has been most changed by these contacts since it is named as the most developed area in the entire Africa. THE CHANGES IN AFRICAN REGIONS BASED ON FOREIGN CONTACT WITH CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY The changes brought about by foreign culture and technology in African societies can be traced back from the historical... THE CHANGES IN AFRICAN REGIONS BASED ON FOREIGN CONTACT WITH CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY This paper explains which among west, east,...
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Importance of Iron to the evolution of civilization in Africa
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...Africa Importance of Iron to the evolution of civilization in Africa There has been a misconception that Africa was a dark continent before western civilization. However, this should not be the precise scenario. It is common knowledge that East Africa is home to human fossils that indicate early forms of live in the continent. On the other hand, Egypt is a country closely associated with early methods of agriculture well before Western civilization. In this regard, farming and agriculture would not have been possible without the crucial role played by iron. While paying attention to the Iron Age in Africa, this expose elucidates the important... Importance of Iron to the evolution of civilization in...
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Project management
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...Africa School Assistance Project (ASAP). The project is operates in the remote parts of Tanzania. ASAP illustrates that the education of children, especially girls, is important for a sustainable, peaceful and prosperous present and future Africa. The mission of ASAP entails; enhancing the access to quality education, more so for girls, in the East Africa region. This is through partnering with the government and local community to build school capacity by refurbishing or building school facilities. The American volunteers also have the opportunity of understanding impoverished Africa. The vision of ASAP entails; realizing a peaceful... Lecturer Personal Project My personal project is based on Africa...
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Importance of Iron to the Evolution of Civilization in Africa
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...Africa Importance of Iron to the evolution of civilization in Africa There has been a misconception that Africa was a dark continent before western civilization. However, this should not be the precise scenario. It is common knowledge that East Africa is home to human fossils that indicate early forms of live in the continent. On the other hand, Egypt is a country closely associated with early methods of agriculture well before Western civilization. In this regard, farming and agriculture would not have been possible without the crucial role played by iron. While paying attention to the Iron Age in Africa, this expose elucidates the important... ? Importance of Iron to the evolution of civilization in...
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The Making of Modern Africa Final Exam
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...Africa. The European patriots were driven be the desire to colonize distant lands for the grandeur of their country’s3. One particular example is the conquest by Britain’s Cecil John Rhodes’. The British explorer was able to yield a huge chunk of central Africa for the honour of his king. Khapoya observes that through the scientific knowledge collected by geographers, European powers were able to determine if a certain area was worth laying claim to3. Great Britain used its naval and military advantage to secure Egypt, part of Sudan, Somaliland, British East Africa and most of southern African region4. Tvedt argues that British conquest... THE MAKING OF MODERN AFRICA The Scramble and partition of Africa ...
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Hunger in Africa
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...Africa, South Sudan, East Africa, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Mauritania, Chad, Senegal etc (“Fighting Hunger in Africa”). Currently, Africa is still suffering from this kind of crisis among its people and is still having difficulty in resolving this never ending issue. Thus, this paper aims to discuss the hunger in Africa and the major causes on why until now the countries in this continent still starve to death. However, due to the wide scope of the topic hunger in Africa, this paper only limit to the effects of hunger among children. Hunger in Africa Hunger can cause series of health problems and nutritional deficiencies if a person failed to eat... ?Hunger in Africa: Causes and Effects Introduction...
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Political science - Africa
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...Africa. The countries of East and South Africa established a Preferential Trade Area (PTA) in 1981, which by 1993 evolved into the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA). In Central Africa the treaty of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) was accepted in 1983 but could not be fully ratified due to wars in Congo. Together with the Arab Maghreb Union (UAM) of North Africa, these arrangements were expected to culminate into an all-African Common Market by the year 2025. Whenever their economic activities got affected or were threatened by interstate, intrastate or outside interferences, ad hoc military outfits were dispatched to those areas... Gopinathan Political...
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Humanities
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...Africa also enhanced the movement of the Europeans into Africa. It was through this movement that the remote parts of Africa were colonized. However, countries were not colonized at one specific time; various parts in Africa for instance were colonized at different times and by different European nations. For instance, East Africa was colonized by the Germans, North Africa by the Portuguese, and the French and English colonized North America. The Germans started having their way into East Africa in early 1880s by first invading into Tanganyika. They later advanced to other East African nations... Humanities The current shape of the world is as a result of thousand years of colonization it underwent....
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Combined joint task force-horn of Africa
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...Africa took place on 19 October, 2002 (Combined Joint Task Force- Horn of Africa, 2011) in North Carolina under the oversight of United State Central Command (CENTCOM). CJTF - Horn of Africa conducts operations in East Africa, namely in Yemen, Djibouti, Sudan, Ethiopia, Criteria, Somalia and Kenya to build and foster an effective counterterrorism partnership. This was done to promote regional security, ensure stable... ?Running Head: CJTF Combined Joint Task Force- Horn of Africa and Section # of Combined Joint Task Force- Horn of Africa Terrorism has been one of the key issues in countries such as Yemen, Djibouti, Sudan, Ethopia, Eriteria, Somolia, and Kenya, commonly known as Horn of Africa. Lot of...
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AIDS in Africa
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...Africa is due to “labor migration, high ratio of men in the urban population, low status of women, lack of circumcision, and the prevalence of the highly transmitted disease” (“History…”). It was believed that sex workers played a big part of its transmittal in East Africa and that about 85% of sex workers in Nairobi were affected with AIDS in 1986. In the ”History…” the first African country to be heavily affected with AIDS is Uganda in 1980s. It further spread into other areas sparing the Western Equatorial parts simply because the distance and difficulty in travelling made it uneasy for sexual network to penetrate. Spread of disease... ESSAY HEALTH PROBLEM: AIDS in Africa Sociology October 29,...
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AIDS in Africa
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...East Africa”, and that about 85% of sex workers in Nairobi were affected with AIDS in 1986 (Avert.org, 2011). The first African country to be heavily affected with AIDS was Uganda in 1980s. It further spread into other areas sparing the Western Equatorial parts simply because the distance and difficulty in travelling made it uneasy for sexual network to penetrate. Spread of disease was facilitated by war between tribes, truck drivers, soldiers, migrants, traders, and military personnel who engaged with sex trades... Page AIDS in Africa Sociology October 29, TABLE OF CONTENTS l. The problem 3 2. Origin of the problem 4 3. Solutions tried 5 4.Why the solutions have not worked 9 5. Conclusions 11 6....
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Discuss any two major factors that contributed to the scramble for and acquisition of African colonies in the late nineteenth-century
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...Africa was the begging of colonization of the African continents at large the by European powers this was characterized by the following factors; political, economic and social factors. Africa was divided into the following major parts and colonized different European countries, East Africa- by the British; Central Africa was colonized by Belgium, South Africa by the British and West Africa by France. Factors that lead to scramble and partitions of Africa Social factors The Europeans wanted to spread their western cultures, this includes the mode of dressing religion... Major factors that contributed to the scramble for and acquisition of African colonies in the late 19th century s: Scramble for Africa...
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British Indirect Rule in Ghana, Kenya and S. Africa
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...East Africa) were imported or raised above their former stations." (Louis, Brown, Low, and Canny 1999 P. 239). In a reflective analysis of the 'indirect rule' by the British in Ghana, Kenya and South Africa, one comes to realize that it had major consequences in the development of various aspects of these countries, as it indirectly promoted ethnicity, radicalized nationalist leaders and structured the post-colonial institutions of government in Ghana, Kenya and South Africa. The 'indirect rule' by the British... One of the basic principles of the British Rule in the colonies across the world - Anglophone colonialism - has been the indirect rule and the British worked with traditional leaders as a way ...
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Economic issues for a country in Africa
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...East Africa, Kibaki, Raila . Retrieved February 1, 2013... Economic Issues in Africa: Annotated Bibliography Economic Issues in Africa: Annotated Bibliography South Africa Rowley, E., & Winch,J. (2012, October 14). Troubles in South Africa’s mining sector start to affect the economy - Telegraph. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph - Telegraph. Retrieved January 31, 2013, from http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/commodities/9607801/Troubles-in-South-Africas-mining-sector-start-to-affect-the-economy.html Overview Rowley and Winch in their article named Troubles in South Africa’s mining sector start to affect the economy state that strikes are taking place in the natural reso...
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Compare the nature and impact of nationalism in India and in sub-Saharan Africa in the 20th century
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...East Africa to their migrations to almost every habitable part of the world by 25,000 B.C.E.” (Peter N., 2012) Furthermore, there is a lot of variation in the sub Saharan Africa explained with the help of existing theories of nationalism... ? IMPACT OF NATIONALISM IN INDIA AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA The First World War did impact the social, political, and economical life in India and Sub Saharan Africa. This war created a change in political and economical situation in these places as it led to a huge increase in the defense expenses. It was the twentieth century when due to nationalism, there was a clear identity of the Indian nation known as Bharat Mata. Certain ideas were also developed of nationalism...
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A Dream Family Vacation
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...Africa, particularly the Eastern or Southern part. Therefore, the dream vacation for my family would be to explore Africa’s wildlife. East Africa provides a perfect destination for the family due to its endowment with wildlife. Despite the cost implications, the wildlife, including all flora and fauna, and the people will make the vacation worth. The East Africa vacation would provide the family with the much needed relaxation. The coastal beaches will present an opportunity to swim in the ocean; in warm water heated by the sun. The warm equatorial temperature will play a critical role in making the vacation perfect, away from the snowy... ? A Dream Family Vacation I have always desired to be in Africa,...
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China Oil Diplomacy In Africa
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...Africa. 2. 2. Oil diplomacy to gain more secure national control of overseas oil supplies in Africa China depended on the Middle East for its energy resources. However, it had limited capability to protect the safety of the oil shipment routes. Despite its bilateral relations with the US, and China's growing presence in the resource-rich Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, and Latin America, concerns arose about potential conflicts over energy resources... China Oil Diplomacy in Africa Section Introduction Efforts are underway to liberalize global trade through multilateral process under the banner of World Trade Organization (WTO). Various trade agreements between member countries have led to...
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U.S. War on Terror and Africa
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...Africa. The Partnership for Regional East Africa Counterterrorism helps in building the capacity and resilience of the region’s governments to contain the spread... U.S. War on Terror and Africa In the past half century. A violent string of conflicts has afflicted the universe thus exacting a heavy toll on its people both politically and economically. The conflicts have robbed people of their potential to develop and democratic responsibilities. In the United States, most acts of violence occur as a result of the effects of terror. The wars on Terror has spilt over to other countries that relate to US, for example, Africa. Africa, itself has been bombarded by a string of conflicts. There are many...
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An Assessment of the Current Economic Conditions of Africa
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...Africa from the year 2008 to the one predicted for 2013 indicates an improvement comparing with other better stable economies of Africa. Health care and security have had a big share of the economic resources while in Eastern Africa, infrastructure, technology and education seems the priority. However, general fuel and food security was the cause of damage in east African economy. Struggles seem to continue with the increased tension in the region as the member countries fight hard to wipe out terrorism and internal civil wars. The economic performance of Africa has in the past been affected by the wider global economic environment changes. In mid... Business 14 October An Assessment of the Current...
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Government corruption in Africa
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...east Africa”, Conflict and Growth in Africa 2.1(2001): 67-90. Print. Edvig, James. “Department of Economics” How Corruption May Corrupt, 7.5 (2008): 76-84. Wetzel, David. “Framework Arrangements in Public Procurement: A Perspective from Africa,” Model Law on Procurement: Procurement Regulation for the 21st Century 7.5 (2009): 24-53. .... Government Corruption in Africa I. Overview of Corruption II. In what Nature does Corruption exist in Africa? III. Corruptionand Growth in Africa a. Why did corruption develop at a higher pace in Africa than the rest of the world? i. Fighting Corruption b. Why has the process of combating corruption become a tuff task in Africa? IV. Conclusion Government Corruption in...
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Agriculture: Economies In Sub Saharan Africa And Parts Of Asia
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...Africa and parts of Asia. Some of the regions have desirable ecological conditions that sustain various agricultural activities such as the growth of cocoa in West Africa, tea and coffee in east Africa and sugar can and cotton among many other types of crops in Southern Africa. However, the management off agribusiness in these regions is a major drawback to the realization of the development dreams despite the rich fertile lands and desirable climatic conditions thereby influencing of the concept of free trade. Free trade refers to a social movement... An argument essay Introduction Agriculture is one of the major sectors that have the potential of developing the underdeveloped economies in Sub Saharan...
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