Location: Specific point on Earth or general location.
Rwanda is in East Africa
The capital is Kigali. 1.9706° S, 30.1044° E
Rwanda has a temperate tropical highland climate, plus lower temperatures that are typical for equatorial countries due to its high elevation. It's high altitude gives it a nice tropical highland climate. Rains seasons last from March to May.
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Rwanda has things like gold, cassiterite, wolframite, methane , hydropower and arable land.
Rwanda has cultural groups such as Banyarwanda, Banyamulenge, and Bafumbira.
Rwanda has religions such as Catholicism, Protestantism, seventh-day Adventist,Islam and atheism.
Holidays such as Independence Day (July 1), Liberation Day (July 4), National Heroe’s Day (February 1), Eid al Fitr (June 26) are celebrated.
Presidential Republic (president is both head of the state and head of the government of a multi-party system.) Government exercise executive power. (Legislative power is vested by both the government and the two chambers of parliament, the senate and the chamber of deputies. Rwanda has a National Assembly that has 80 members. The biggest problem the government has faced is the refinement of more than 2 million refugees.)
Human-Environmental Interaction: way people change their environment and ways it changes them.
Coffee and tea nearly make up ⅘ of their total agriculture. Coffee beans, tea and barley for beer is grown in Rwanda.
Agricultural jobs like farming,Rwanda has a large number of entrepreneurs and cottage industries and teachers.
Yes. African elephants, African golden cat and the Congo bay owl because of poaching.
The growing population on the natural resources such as land, water, flora and fauna and other non-renewable resources. The government restricts access to certain forests to protect them and they encourage rural communities to practice reforestation.
Region: land that is defined by its common features and culture.
Rwanda has a 4 tier education. The first 6 years are spent sat Primary school. At primary school they learn French and English. Next there is middle education. Most kids aren't fortunate enough to have middle education. Middle education lasts for 3 years. They must learn 9 subjects and test over them and if they pass they can go to secondary education. Less than 13,000 students will have secondary education. They must learn 9 subjects again and test over the much like middle education. Last there is Tertiary education. 50,000 students try to enroll to this kind of education. They study and test for certificates, diplomas and degrees. It was established in 1963 and has 10 facilities including medicine, agriculture, arts, media & social sciences, applied sciences, law, science, economics & management, public health, and a school for foundation language skills.
The literacy rate is 68 percent.
Rwanda is located in the temperate climate range. Temperate: two rainy seasons (February to April, November to January): mild in mountains with frost and snow possible.
Movement: how information, people and products are transported.
Goods such as tea, coffee, coltan, cassiterite, iron, tin and animal hides are imported and exported in Rwanda.
The Kingdom of Rwanda conducted a decades-long process of military conquest and administrative consolidation that resulted in the kingdom coming to control most of what is now Rwanda. The colonial powers, Germany and Belgium, allied with the Rwandan court. A convergence of anti-colonial, and anti-Tutsi sentiment resulted in Belgium granting national independence in 1961.
They use modern technology such as cars, computers and televisions.
Although some people have cars, most people use public transportation. For instance buses, taxis and trains, but a large majority of people walk. For communication people use new technology like computers and phones to communicate.
Modern events: 1.) The United States on Wednesday accused Rwanda of trying to destabilise troubled Burundi by recruiting refugees for armed attacks on the government.The American concerns were raised in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee by two senior diplomats, who cited reports from colleagues in the field that point to Rwandan involvement in the Burundi crisis."There are credible reports of recruitment of Burundian refugees out of camps in Rwanda to participate in armed attacks by Burundian armed opposition against the Burundian government," said Thomas Perriello, US envoy for the Great Lakes region of Africa. 2.) On May 16th of 2016 a Swedish court convicted a 61-year-old man of taking part in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and sentenced him to life in prison. The case was noteworthy for being part of a transnational effort to hold people accountable for crimes against humanity, no matter where those crimes occurred.
4.)Huey/ Butare: The former colonial capital of Rwanda, Butare is located in the southern region of Rwanda. The city is characterized by colonial buildings, clean streets, churches, Museums and a plethora of terrace cafés and restaurants.
5.)Rwanda Lakes:Due to its location in the Great Lakes region of Africa, Rwanda is a natural paradise surrounded with many pristine and charming lakes and lake beaches. Five volcanic lakes lie on the border of Rwanda and Congo and are full of some great attractions.
9.) At 12:15 school lets out for an hour so kids can go home and have lunch. In more privileged schools lunch will be provided.
10.) After school the kids had two things to they needed to accomplish: get water and collect fire wood. In many areas of Rwanda, running water is not available. Some people spend as much as three hours a day walking for water. Water is survival, and in Rwanda it’s carried mostly in 20 liter yellow jerry cans.The government has piped water into many areas. Their immediate goal is to have water access within a 2 kilometer walk for everyone. Their after school jobs manly would consist of chores around the house.