In 1960 Somalia was created from a former British protectorate and an Italian colony, Somalia collapsed into anaurchy following the overthrow of the military regime of President Said Barre in 1991. Somalia is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and the most deadly country.
Human- Environment Interaction
On the east coast of Africa , east of Ethiopia, northeast of Kenya and southeast of Djibouti there is where Somalia is located.
The area of Somalia in square miles is 246,201mi2 . The capital of Somalia GDP is 147.80USD from 1960 to 2010.
The literacy of Somalia became to be 37.8 Somalian's population is literate 49.7 percent of the adult male population is literate but only 25.8% of adult females.
On June 25 1960 Somalia marked the end of 73 years of British regime in Somalia. In May 1960, British Colonial Secretary, Ian Maclead, formally announced that Britain was about to grant independence to Somaliland so that it can unite with Italian Somaliland (Somalia).
This an example of how they celebrate their independence.
In a world filled with excess food, 20 million people are on the brink of famine, including 1.4 million children at imminent risk of death. In the face of such grim numbers, a stark question confronts the world’s most powerful.( Feb 22 2017).
Mogadishu, Somalia has a lot of beautiful places to travel. An example of this places is the beach in Mogadishu. Which is a goood place to travel during summer, walking around Mogadishu you can see more interesting places. La Badana is one of the most places visited in Somalia.
Day in the Life of a High School Resident
Some of the teenagers that live in Somalia have the opportunity to attend to school but the majority doesn't go to school. These schools are usually attended only by boys and traditionally emphasize memorization of the Koran. While researching I found a story about a teenager. His name is Hassan he is in grade 11 he is one of the teenagers that attend to school. In fact, just like Hassan, 48% of all Somali boys and 52% of girls aged 5-14 work full-time rather than go to school.Soccer is the most popular and widely played sport in Somalia.