Africa Presentation By Hunter V. KoNg


The country that I have chose to talk about for my Africa Presentation is Tanzania. Tanzania is located in South East Africa and is bordered by the Indian Ocean, Kenya, and Zambia. Tanzania is a spectacular place to go, especially to see the many diversities of African wildlife. Speaking of diversity there is much here that takes place for people as well, because they speak many different languages and share their culture with others. Now letme tell you more about Tanzania.


1.) Location means a particular place or position. Two different kinds are Absolute Location which classifies a place by latitude and longitude and then there is Relative Location which classifies a place in relation to other places.

2.) The relative location of Tanzania is that it is in South East Africa near the DRC, Kenya, and Mozambique.

3.) Tanzania's capital is Dodoma. The exact location of Dodoma is 6.1630 degrees South and 35.7516 degrees East.

Picture of Tanzania's Capital Dodoma
Picture of Dodoma on a Map
Parliament Building of Tanzania in Dodoma
Picture of Dodoma on Map with other cities

4.) Tanzania is located on the continent of Africa.

5.) Some interesting landforms in Tanzania are the mountains and the plateaus and the most famous landform is Mount Kilimanjaro.

6.) Three facts about Tanzania' s climate is that it is hot and humid in the tropical and coastal regions. And it is cool and temperate in the highlands. And finally it is dry and arid in the plateaus.

Picture of Tanzania's Climat
Graph of Tanzania's Average Climate and Temperatures
Picture of Tanzania's Climate

7.) The countries that border Tanzania are Kenya, Zambia, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Malawi, Burundi, Rwanda, and Uganada.

Picture of Countries that surround Tanzania

8.) Bodies of water that are found or around Tanzania are Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika, and then the Indian Ocean.

Picture of Bodies of Water surrounding Tanzania


1.) Place means the physical and human aspects of a location.

2.) Natural resources that are found in Tanzania is gold, diamonds, and natural gas.

Picture of Diamonds
Picture of Diamonds
Picture of Gold
Picture of Gold
Picture of Natural Gas Building

3.) Cultural groups that are found in Tanzania are the Sukuma, the Chagga, the Haya, the Nyamwezi and many ither groups but the ones listed are the main groups.

Picture of Tribal Group
Picture of a Tribal Group
Picture of a Tribal Group

4.) Religions that are practiced in Tanzania are mainly Muslim and Christian religions but there are more because Tanzania is multicultural.

Pie graph of Different Religions practiced in Tanzania
A woman practicing Christianity
Priest of Christianity

5.) Traditions, Holidays, and Customs that helps us understand Tanzania are Eid ul Fitr, Nauratri Diwali which are all from different religions which tells us that Tanzania is multicultural.

Tanzanians Celebrating Christmas
Tanzanians Celebrating Eid Ul Fitr
Tanzanians Celebrating Nauratri Diwali

6.) The type of government that exists in Tanzania is described as a Republic. As for the economy it has many industries and they have been oil refining and gold mining. Their president serves a five year term. They administrate Tanzania by dividing it into 26 regions. The president is the head of the government and state.

Human- Environment Interaction:

1.) Human- Environment Interaction means how people impact their environment.

2.) The types of crops that are grown in Tanzania is cotton, tobacco, corn, wheat and many other things but the ones listed are the main crops that are produced.

Picture of wheat
Picture of cotton
Picture of tobacco

3.) The types of jobs that are found in Tanzania is mining, agricultural farming, and just little of industrial work.

Picture of farming
Pictures of farming
Picture of gold mining

4.) Tanzania has endangered species such as the Black Rhino, the Wild Dog, the Uluguru Bush Shrikes, these species are endangered because of poachers and people moving into their habitats.

Picture of a wild dog
Picture of a uluguru bush shrike
Picture of a blackrhino

5.) Environmental problems that exist in Tanzania are Deforestation, Overgrazing, and Poaching are the main problems. But the government has come out with a solution by banning it and making it stop for good by letting people from all over the see what is happening and seeing if it will help.


1.) Region means an area composed of places with a unifying characteristic defined by physical or human characteristics.

2.) The type of education system that takes place in Tanzania is that at first they have to go to primary school which most achieve the best mandatory primary education level. Then they go to secondary school which is taught in English which most have failed.

Picture of Tanzania's schools
Picture of Tanzania's schools
Pictures of Tanzania's schools

3.) The total population of Tanzania is 56,877,529 people. As for the population density is 64 density (p/km squared).

4.) The area of Tanzania in square miles is 364,900 miles squared.

5.) The per capita GDP is 694.77 USD.

6.) The lofe expectancy for males is 61 years old and for females it is also 61 years old.

7.) The literacy rate in Tanzania is 70.6 percent.

8.) There are four different climate regions that Tanzania is located in there is the coastal regions, the tropical regions, the mountainous regions, and finally the plain regions.


1.) Movement means the movement of goods, human beings, and ideas.

2.) Goods that are imported to Tanzania are refined petroleum, palm oil, and wheat. Goods that are exported from Tanzania are gold, raw tobacco, precious metal ore, and other agricultural products.

Picture of gold
Picture of wheat
Picture of palm oil
Picture of tobacco

3.) Tanzania's flag is a tricolour with three horizontal blue, black, and green bands. Its history is that in 1964 both Tanganyika and Zanzibar united in order to form a single country called the United Republic of Tanzania.

Picture of Tanzania's Flag

4.) Tanzania gained its independence during World War II when the UN mandated the development of the region and people started striking independent movements which helped them win.

5.) The kind of technology that is used in Tanzania are mobile phones which help them with vital information about farming which increases their productivity every year.

Picture of a mobile phone
Picture of a mobile phone
Picture of a mobile phone

6.) The popular modes of transportation in Tanzania are the roads, the railways, the air networks, and also the water networks.

Picture of a car
Picture of a plane
Picture of a train

Current Events:

Cureent events that have happened in Tanzania was in April of 2016 Uganda and Tanzania agreed to build East Africa's first major oil pipline. Another current event is that in January of 2016 a rare white giraffe was spotted and experts were worried that the giraffe would become a new target for poachers.

Picture of the Oil Pipeline
Picture of the countries agreeing to the pipeline
Picture of the white giraffe
Picture of white giraffe

Travel Brochure:

For vacation you should come on over to Tanzania. The country has great weather throughout the year. Come on down to the beach it's nice and blue. You can go to the our famous mountain Mt. Kilimanjaro. You can go on a Safari through the grasslands of Tanzania. Come and see the many different diversities of wildlife. So this why you should come to Tanzania.

Picture of a beach
Picture of a beach
Picture of a mountain
Picture of mountains

Daily school life:

The daily school life of a Tanzanian studen is that they walk to school and do many different activities such as math and science. They also learn history and their language. They have recess and then learn English and have lunch. And that is their daily things at school.

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Hunter Kong


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