Tanzania

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Social Studies
Subject:
Geography
Grade:
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Tanzania

The second largest fresh water lake in the world, Lake Victoria, is located in Tanzania. Lake Victoria is so big that it provides the water for the Nile River. A major cisis in Tanzania, as well as other African countries, is the lack of clean and abundant water. Even with Tanzania having the second largest lake in the world, they hsve no way of getting that water to all of the tribes. This has been going on for centuries now, and it needs to stop. Millions of people get sick from unclean water every year, and often die from it.

Tanzania in the Rough

CultureOne of the major cultural influenses in Tanzania is the union of language. The most ommon or popular language spoken in Tanzania is Swahili. Swahili is taught almost everywhere in Tanzania and about eighty-three percent of the population are literate in Swahili. One of the biggest culture barriers in any country is a communication. When a country can almost always communicate with everyone, it brings the whole country together. .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Tanzania is a land with many different cultures. Some of the biggest influences being Mt. Kilimanjaro, the landscape, and the animals. Every millions of of people visit Tanzania to see these beauties that Tanzania consider national treasures. However, poachers are threatening the situation, by killing the animalss, polluting the landscape, and overall putting fear into the eyes of tourists.

In Tanzania, the mojority of children attend school, but in many cases, they aren't able to. The main problem is that there is a shortage of schools, teachers, and money to build and maintain the schools. In Tanzania school is considered a privilege, so every single student isn't required to go. Most of the time, children only go to school for primary school or even secondary school, but most never go to college. The education system is as good as it can be for Tanzania, but with some help from other counties, they can really make a great educational system.

For more information, go to http://www.everyculture.com/Sa-Th/Tanzania.html

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