Category Archives: East Africa

Sights of Port Louis, Mauritius

The island of Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean next to Madagascar. Many newly married couples choose Mauritius to spend their honeymoon there. According to DENTISTRYMYTH, the snow-white beaches, swaying palm trees, beautiful hotels and the beautiful blue water are excellent ingredients for those looking for peace, sun, sea and sand. But even if… Read More »

Tourists about Mauritius

Mauritius (Republic) is an island nation in the southwestern Indian Ocean, 900 km east of Madagascar and 3,000 km east of Africa. The state consists of the islands of Mauritius, Rodrigues, Agalega and the Cargados Carajos archipelago (Cargados Carajos, also known as the rocks of St. Brandon. This is a group of islets and a… Read More »

What to See in Madagascar

Andouani (Elville) (Madagascar) The city of Andouani (Elville) is the capital of the island of Nosy Be, which is located off the northwestern coast of Madagascar. Nosy Be Island is the most popular beach resort in Madagascar. Nosy Be area – 321 sq. km. Tourists love this island for its fun atmosphere – there are… Read More »

What to See in Awasa and Bahir Dar (Ethiopia)

Awasa (Ethiopia) According to SHOPAREVIEW, the resort town of Awasa is located on the shores of the lake of the same name, about 300 km south of Addis Ababa. It is the main starting point for traveling around the lake edge of the Ethiopian Rift Zone. On Lake Awasa itself, you can go fishing, boating… Read More »

Cities in Ethiopia

Hamedela (Ethiopia) According to POLITICSEZINE, the village of Hamedela is located in the northeastern part of Ethiopia in the Danakil Desert near the border with Eritrea. In its vicinity is the lowest place on the African continent (116 m below sea level). Among other things, this is the hottest place on Earth in terms of… Read More »

Uganda in the 1970’s

Formerly a British protectorate, an independent state since 1962 within the Commonwealth, it has been a federal republic since 8 September 1967. On 236,860 km 2 of territory (of which 39,450 of inland waters), at the 1969 census there were 9,548,847 residents. (40 residents / km 2), very irregularly distributed, with a sharp increase compared… Read More »

Uganda Geography and Language

According to businesscarriers, the Republic of Uganda, a state in East Africa, is located in the equator region between 4 ° N. sh. and 1 ° 30ў S. sh., north of the lake. Victoria. It borders on the west with the Democratic Republic of the Congo ( DRC ), on the north with Sudan,in the… Read More »

Economy of Sudan

According to businesscarriers, Sudan is one of the underdeveloped countries and is one of the poorest countries in the world. GDP $12.2 billion, per capita income $385 (2001). Inflation – 10% (2001). The basis of the economy is agriculture, which employs approx. 80% of the economically active population. It accounts for 45% of GDP. The… Read More »

Economy of Somalia

According to businesscarriers, Somalia is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. Its economy has been devastated by a civil war lasting over 10 years. The main branch of the economy is cattle breeding, the country occupies one of the first places in Africa in terms of the number of livestock… Read More »

Economy of Mozambique

With the help of foreign specialists, a program is being implemented to revive cotton plantations in the north of the country. Under their leadership, farmers grow cotton on rented plots and hand over the harvest to the state company. Sugarcane is one of the few cash crops that has exceeded pre-war levels. Another new and… Read More »