Mali By: kyle romerO


Mali is a landlocked border country that is located in west Africa. The relative location of Mali is niger or chad. The capital is Bamako and the absolute location of the capital is 13N + 8W.

These photos are taken in Bamako, malis capital. They are very poor and have a lot of donation places to go and get something to eat or clothes.

These ares the Atlas Mountains located in Africa.

Here is a video of the Atlas Mountains.

Mali is located on the continent Africa and is in the north west corner.

A map of Africa without the country's/capitals labeled.

Cape Floral

Great Rift Valley

This photo was taken on the side of mount Kenya.

Africa has many climates ranging from hot/dry deserts to the tropical Forrest.

This is the tropical Forrest climate in Africa, it was taken in the Congo basin which almost 80% of the tropical Forrest located In Africa.
This is the Sahara desert, it is 3.6 million square miles.
This is the Namib desert, it is 31.2 million square miles.
The countrys that border Mali are Algeria, Burkina Faso, Guinea Cote d'Ivoire, Mauritania, Niger, and Senegal.
This is bani river, it's located in Mali and it is 683.5 miles.

Here is a video of someone rowing their boat through the bani river.


Geographic theme of place: where something is located on the globe

The ores found in Mali are iron ore, lead, copper, nickel, and silver.
Photo 1: this is art work done by the Tigre ethnic group. Photo 2: this is a boy from the Oromo ethnic group giving a speech. Photo 3: this is a photo of a house from the Saho ethnic group.

Mali celebrates tons of holidays, here goes a few with pictures.

New Years. Africa Day. Independence Day

The republic of is a representative democracy, they have three tier system of government and on top of that that have a indenpendent judiciary.

Section C:

Human inviroment interaction is any way the people interact with their inviroment, for example farming.

Africa grows many types of crops but some of the main ones are corn, wheat, and rice.

Jobs in Africa.

Farming is one of the most common jobs in Africa.
Another job, although it's a weird one is a shea butter maker. Shea butter is a moisturizer or a lotion.
A musician, Bamako Mali is the "hot spot" for music. You could take your instrument down there sit on the side walk and play.
There are many species in Mali, Africa that are becoming emdangered but the three I chose are the African elephant, the chimpanzee, and the gazelle.

climate change, deforestation, water pollution, coal mining, nuclear waste, overfishing and industrial agriculture are many over the Mali enviromental issues in Africa but not all them.

Section D:

Region: an area or division, especially part of a country or the world having definable characteristics but not always fixed boundaries

Mali still has the regular 1-4 for elementary
Public schools in Mali are free to attend to.
Students are allowed to wear what they want because the people who typically have to wear uniforms can't afford them in Mali.

Moisture population is 15.3 million and the density is 14.42 but is likely higher now since that was last checked in 2015. Its area is 478,800square miles. Their per capita GDP of Mali is $715.13. The life expectancy of a boy is 71 years and a female is 73 years. Literacy rate for males is 48.2 and females is 29.2.

Malis climate changes a lot,subtropical to arid; hot and dry February to June; rainy, humid, and mild June to November; cool and dry November to February


Movement: the change in physical location or position, or of having change.

Coffee and cotton are imported to Africa.
Corn and diamonds are exported from Africa.

This is the Mali flag, it was first used on March 1, 1961. The different colors mean different things, the green stands for fertility of the land, the gold means purity and mineral wealth, and red stands for the blood shed for independence.

The Mali Federation gained independence from France on 20 June 1960. Senegal withdrew from the federation in August 1960.

Two ways to get around are walking and a boat and they communicate mostly by talking and letters.
2015 Mar 1, The Malian government signed a peace agreement with some northern armed groups in Algiers but the main Tuareg rebel alliance asked for more time to consult its grassroots
2015 Mar 8, In northern Mali unknown attackers fired dozens of rockets towards a UN base on the outskirts of Kidal, killing a peacekeeper and two children.

Section H:

The schools in Mali have weekly test but teachers are allowed to test students at anytime to see if they know the material. The students stay in the classroom while the teachers move class to class. Some students are forced to work so they either don't go to school on work days or work after school. They can dress anyway they want there are no uniforms. I think their school seems harder then ours seeing they get tested every week and when ever the teacher wants.

Created By
Kyle Romero


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