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CHAD

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by Teresavi
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Subject:
Geography
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CHAD

CHAD!

Chad is bounded to the north by Libya, to the east by Sudan, to the west by Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon, and to the south by the Central African Republic. Because of this distance from the sea and the country's largely desert climate Chad is sometimes referred to as the Dead Heart of Africa.

Chad's Anthem

The languages spoken are French and Arabic. The highest point in Chad is Emi Koussi (Emi Koussi is a mountain in Chad) which is 11,204 feet tall. The most common religion in Chad is Muslim.

PLACE

Chad is located in Africa.Chad is South of Libya, North of Central African Republic,West of Sudan, and East of Niger, Chad is in both the North and South hemisphere.

LOCATION

In the northern area of Chad when it gets windy enough dust invades populated areas and farming fields. In the rural parts, they have been disposing waste improperly, so it makes soil unfit for farming. Chad also has limited water access.

Holidays in Chad are mostly around the main Muslim and Christian festivals. But local festivals are held in certain areas. For example, in the farming regions of the south annual celebrations take place during the harvesting season. One example is the Wodaabe Wife Stealing festival.

Human Environment Interaction

Chad has several regions: a desert in the North Sudanian Savanna in the South. Lake Chad is named after the country. Lake Chad is the largest wetland in Chad and the second largest in Africa. The capital N'Djamena is the largest city.

Region

CULTURAL TRADITIONS

Félix Malloum was a Chadian politician from the South. He served as an officer in the Chadian Military and as a member of the ruling Chadian Progressive Party. He later became the Chief of Staff with the rank of colonel. He was imprisoned by President François Tombalbaye but was released after a successful coup-d'etat on April 13, 1975. He served as both President and Prime Minister of Chad until August 29 1979.Félix Malloum was a Chadian politician from the South. He served as an officer in the Chadian Military and as a member of the ruling Chadian Progressive Party. He later became the Chief of Staff with the rank of colonel. He was imprisoned by President François Tombalbaye but was released after a successful coup-d'etat on April 13, 1975. He served as both President and Prime Minister of Chad until August 29 1979.Félix Malloum was a Chadian politician from the South. He served as an officer in the Chadian Military and as a member of the ruling Chadian Progressive Party. He later became the Chief of Staff with the rank of colonel. He was imprisoned by President François Tombalbaye but was released after a successful coup-d'etat on April 13, 1975. He served as both President and Prime Minister of Chad until August 29 1979.

IMPORTANT PERSON

HISTORY OF CHAD

N'Djamena is Chad’s capital and largest city. N'Djamena is one of world's hottest major cities with monthly high temperature averaging 35.8 degrees Celsius.

MAJOR CITY


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  • Teresavi 7 months ago

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