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Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is the second most populous continent after Asia. It has 54 different countries that include the Sahara Desert countries in Northern Africa. It has over a billion people and it accounts for just over 14.72% of the world's human population in 2009 estimation. Africa's largest country is Sudan and smallest country is Seychelles. This continent is enclosed by the Mediterranean Sea to the north; both the Suez Canal and the Red Sea are along the Sinai Peninsula to the northeast, the Indian Ocean to the southeast, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The Africa continent covers an area of 11,668,598.7 sq mi. Africa is especially a central eastern Africa. The discovery of the earliest hominids and their ancestors has evidence that is generally thought to the origin of humans. Africa has small landlocked countries. The countries of Rwanda and Burundi are the part of the industrial correlation of countries in the central African region. Africa is the largest desert in the world that is the Sahara desert. In the African continent people speak 1000 languages. In Africa, Nile River is the largest river in the world. The eastern region of Africa has a great wildlife suppression of the Serengeti plains and the rift valley lake system crosses the countries of the Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. These countries were signed by the Treaty for Enhanced East African Co-operation is allowing for the free flow of goods and people. On the slide of the Red Sea they are having two independent republics of Djibouti and Eritrea. Africa has six independent island states. Africa climate were expanses from tropical to subarctic on its highest peaks. The climate in Africa is predominantly torrid in nature. Though changes in the climate may affect the whole continent, its distribution may vary across the continent. Africa climate changes may effect the whole continent, their distributions vary across the continent. Agriculture is the most important sector in the direction of African countries.

Africa Recreation, Culture and Attractions

The African culture includes all cultures in the continent of Africa. In recent years the culture of Africa become less able to neglect and defeat by colonial and post-colonial regimes. It is disclosed between North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa, which is divided into a large number of ethnic and tribal cultures. The continent is for tribes, ethnic and social groups. Africa has a rich tradition for arts and crafts. In African continent people speaks hundreds of languages. Very few countries of Africa use single language and for this reason several official languages were synchronized. Some of the Africans people use different languages such as Malagasy, English, French, Spanish, Bambara, Sotho, and many more. African tradition and folktales represents a variety of social character of African culture. In some African countries cricket is the popular sport. South Africa received the 2010 World Cup tournament. It was becoming the first African country. South Africa's popular sport is Rugby. It is a great tourist destination. This is the home for many memorable tourist attractions. Sahara Desert and Kalahari Desert are the two main deserts of Africa that have a large number of people from all over the world. These deserts are too many historical monuments that are enhanced with sand dunes. These are the major Tourist Attractions of Africa. The continent of Africa flourishes a number of countries that are featured spellbinding natural beauty, including the great Obudu Ranch in Nigeria. Africa has infinite forests and national parks.

Africa Demographics

Africa total population - 1,000,010,000
Africa Arabic population - 180,000,000
Africa Ijaw population - 15,000,000
Africa Chewa population - 9,000,000
Africa Kongo population - 10,000,000
Africa Luba population - 2,000,000
Africa Baganda population - 3,000,000
Africa Hutu population - 16,000,000
Africa Kalenjin population - 3,000,000
Africa Kikuyu population - 5,300,000
Africa Luhya population - 5,400,000
Africa Maasai population - 900,000
Africa Makonde population - 1,300,000
Africa Tutsi population - 3,000,000
Africa Afar population - 1,500,000
Africa Agaw population - 1,000,000
Africa Amhara population - 200,000,000
Africa Beja population - 20,000,000
Africa Gurage population - 1,900,000
Africa Oromo population - 30,000,000
Africa Saho population - 200,000
Africa Sidama population - 3,000,000
Africa Somali population - 20,000,000
Africa Tigray population - 6,700,000
Africa Tigre population - 1,500,000
Africa Dinka population - 5,000,000
Africa Nubians population - 500,000
Africa Afrikaner population - 3,000,000
Africa San population - 90,000
Africa Ambo population - 900,000
Africa Bemba population - 2,000,000
Africa Herero population - 2,000,000
Africa Himba population - 50,000
Africa Makua population - 1,100,000
Africa North Ndebele population - 1,500,000
Africa South Ndebele population - 70,000
Africa Shona population - 10,600,000
Africa Swazi population - 3,500,000
Africa Venda population - 1,000,000
Africa Xhosa population - 7,900,000
Africa Zulu population - 10,600,000
Africa Aku population - 10,000
Africa Ashanti population - 5,000,000
Africa Bambara population - 3,000,000
Africa Basaa population - 200,000
Africa Beti-Pahuin population - 3,300,000
Africa Fante population - 3,000,000
Africa Fulani population - 27,000,000
Africa Ga population - 2,000,000
Africa Igbo population - 30,000,000
Africa Tiv population - 2,000,000
Africa Wolof population - 4,000,000

Africa School Information

African education system is begun able to prepare to take place in the African society. In Africa school system managed things such as artistic performances, festivals, ceremonies, games, dancing, drawing, and singing. In African countries Primary school admission is the lowest in the world. In each class room, Boys and girls were learned separately to prepare each generation for their adult roles. Every member of the community had a hand in subsidized to the educational upbringing of the child. African education system is not conducted academic examinations is necessary to graduate. The education systems are congenital from the primitive powers that were designed for the academic sector and public organization in Africa. Education reform is the organization of USAID's work to establish African education systems.

Africa History

At the time of Mesozoic Era, Africa was involved with other continents in Pangaea. It was shared with supercontinent's almost uniform fauna which was controlled by prosauropods, theropods and primitive ornithischians that were closed to the Triassic period. Africa was inhabited by allosauroids and spinosaurids that are included by the largest known carnivorous dinosaurs. In the Middle of the 20th century, anthropologists were recognized many fossils and declaration of human occupation may be as early as 7 million years ago. The population is migrated out of the Sahara region against the Nile Valley below the Second deluge where they made permanent or semi-permanent settlements. A climate change in Africa causes lakes and rivers to compress significantly and caused increasing desertification in Africa. The newly configuration of Arabian Islamic Caliphate were elaborated into Egypt, and then into North Africa in the 7th century. In 9th century the territory of Nri of the Igbo was determined. Ghana was disintegrated in the 11th century that was succeeded by the Mali Empire which was concentrating much of western Sudan in the 13th century. In the 11th century, Kane accepted Islam. During this period of Almoravids, a member of the Muslim dynasty from the Sahara that is spreader over a wide area of northwestern Africa and the Iberian Peninsula. The small states were placed on the boundary of the major Sudanic empires of the time, paying recognition to Kanem-Borno to the east and Songhai to the west before the 15th century. The Atlantic slave trade was declined on 1820's commercial shifts in local polities of West Africa. The gradual decline of slave-trading were efficient due to a lack of demand for slaves in the New World, increasing anti-slavery constitution in Europe and America, and the British Royal Navy's increasing presence off the West African coast, required African states to adopt new economies. Independence movements in Africa gained momentum in the World War II, which was left by the major European powers that were disabled. Today Africa Contains has 54 countries. In Northern Africa Many countries accepted Soviet military cooperation, while in Central and Southern Africa were sustained by the United States, France or both.

Africa Tourist Information

Tourism is a major role of African economy. It is one of the most interesting tourist destinations in the world. The Africa Continent has many forests and national parks that are distributed throughout the continent provide the opportunity to the tourists that are participated in safari tours. Africa is the second largest continent in the world after Asia and it ranks second in the list of the most populous continents of the world. Africa has two major deserts Sahara Desert and Kalahari Desert. These deserts have many historical monuments that are elaborated with sand dunes. In the continent they have many countries like Egypt that are flourished by a varied and diverse historical endowment that dates back to the ancient times and which is repeated through the countless monuments and other historical mountains. African tourism has improvement in the economy of the continent. They have an infinite number of countries, islands, and attractions to choose or displaying by a wide variety of cultural and historical distinction in Africa.

Africa Transportation

Africa transportation system is highly developed in many parts of the world. Road transport was built both in North and southern Africa, but also in many parts of the west and east. From 1950's World Bank loans were strengthen supplement to road and highway development from national budgets. The Railway systems were constructed partly to promote the administration of interior regions and to bring supplies from ports to central utilization. In the 19th century railway system was developed at the end of World War I. Road and railway networks have been refined considerably from the 1960s and, as a result, there has been a heavy transport costs. Airlines officials and African regional institutions will gather from 29-30 May to investigate challenges to free movement in Africa. Air transport in Africa's is well suited geographic vastness. Africa's largest international airports are Las Palmas at Canary Islands, Cairo, and Dakar at Senegal, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire; Lagos, Cameroon; Addis Ababa, Eth. Nairobi at Kenya Nigeria; Douala, and Johannesburg.

Africa Universities

Sudan University of Science and Technology, Khartoum State, Sudan, Africa - 18000 Students
Kismayo University, Kismayo, Lower Jubba, Somalia, Africa - 200 Students
Federal University of Technology Akure, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria, Africa - 10,000 Students
University of Namibia, Windhoek with a campus in Oshakati, Namibia, Africa - 10,400 Students
Polytechnic of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia, Africa - 11,500 Students
University of Oran, oran, ouahran, Algeria, Africa - 26216 Students
University of Batna, Batna, Algeria, Africa - 31,000 Students
University of Algiers, Algiers, Algeria, Africa - 100,827 Students
Northrise University, Ndola, Zambia, Africa - 175 Students

Africa Religions

Africa Muslim Population is 45%
Africa Christians Population is 40%
Africa African religion Population is 15%

Africa Provinces and territories

Algeria Country, Africa - Population 34,895,000
Angola Country, Africa - Population 18,498,000
Benin Country, Africa - Population 8,791,832
Botswana Country, Africa - Population 1,990,876
Burkina Country, Africa - Population 15,746,232
Burundi Country, Africa - Population 8,988,091
Cameroon Country, Africa - Population 18,879,301
Cape Verde Country, Africa - Population 567,000
Central African Republic Country, Africa - Population 4,422,000
Chad Country, Africa - Population 10,329,208
Comoros Country, Africa - Population 798,000
Congo COuntry, Africa - Population 70,916,439
Djibouti Country, Africa - Population 864,000
Egypt Country, Africa - Population 78,737,000
Equatorial Guinea Country, Africa - Population 676,000
Eritrea Country, Africa - Population 5,673,520
Ethiopia Country, Africa - Population 85,237,338
Gabon Country, Africa - Population 1,475,000
Gambia Country, Africa - Population 1,705,000
Ghana Country, Africa - Population 23,837,000
Guinea Country, Africa - Population 10,057,975
Guinea-Bissau Country, Africa - Population 1,647,000
Kenya Country, Africa - Population 39,002,772
Lesotho COuntry, Africa - Population 2,067,000
Liberia Country, Africa - Population 3,955,000
Libya Country, Africa - Population 6,420,000
Madagascar Country, Africa - Population 20,653,556
Malawi Country, Africa - Population 15,028,757
Mali Country, Africa - Population 14,517,176
Mauritania Country, Africa - Population 3,291,000
Mauritius Country, Africa - Population 1,288,000
Mayotte Country, Africa - Population 194,000
Morocco Country, Africa - Population 32,993,000
Mozambique Country, Africa - Population 22,894,000
Namibia Country, Africa - Population 2,108,665
Niger COuntry, Africa - Population 15,306,252
Nigeria Country, Africa - Population 158,259,000
Reunion Country, Africa - Population 827,000
Rwanda Country, Africa - Population 10,746,311
Sao Tome and Principe Country, Africa - Population 163,000
Senegal Country, Africa - Population 13,711,597
Seychelles Country, Africa - Population 84,000
Sierra Leone Country, Africa - Population 6,440,053
Somalia Country, Africa - Population 10,112,453
Somaliland Country, Africa - Population 3,500,000
South Africa Country, Africa - Population 49,991,300
Sudan Country, Africa - Population 42,272,000
Swaziland COuntry, Africa - Population 1,185,000
Tanzania Country, Africa - Population 43,739,000
Togo COuntry, Africa - Population 6,619,000
Tunisia Country, Africa - Population 10,432,500
Uganda Country, Africa - Population 32,369,558
Western Sahara Country, Africa - Population 513,000
Zambia Country, Africa - Population 12,935,000
Zimbabwe Country, Africa - Population 12,521,000

Africa Government

The Africa Government has their own ways of deciding what is good and what is bad. The governments of African countries were created the primitive powers. It is a 53 member coalition consisting of all of Africa's states except Morocco. The African Union has a parliamentary government. It is also called as the African Union Government, consisting of judicial, legislative and executive organs. The government consists of federal union, regional, state, and municipal authorities, and also it has hundreds of institutions, that are together to manipulate the day-to-day affairs of the institution. African countries were the major human rights destruction that has been announced in recent times includes the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Cote d'Ivoire.

Africa Economy

Africa is a poor and undersized region. Africa economy was mainly based on services in olden days but the economy is growing from 1995. From 1995 the economy is based on industry, agricultural, trade and services. In Africa region the bauxite is the main export of Guinea. In 2005 onwards the African region countries economy are rapidly growing in the earth. The main mined outputs of Africa region are petroleum, oil, cobalt, platinum, gold, chromium, tantalite, manganese, uranium. Africa region is supply coltan mineral to other places in the world these minerals are using manufacturing of mobile phones.

Africa Parks

In Africa National parks has a large majority, and being most diverse in Gabon, Kenya and Tanzania. The Ahaggar Mountains has a highland region in central Sahara, or southern Algeria, along the Tropic of Cancer. Cameia National Park is a national park in the Mexico country of Angola is placed at about 1100 m above sea level. It experiences its name with the adjacent municipality of Cameia. Niger National Park is a major national park in West Africa around a ramble in the River Niger shaped like a "W". The park covers areas of the three countries Niger, Benin and Burkina Faso that are determined by the three governments. Chobe National Park in northwest Botswana is one of the largest game concentrations in Africa continent. This is the third largest park in the country, after the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the Gemsbok National Park, and is the most divergent. This is one of the country's first national parks. Aril National Park is a national park placed in southeastern Burkina Faso. It combines Benin's Pendjari National Park in the South and the Singou Reserve in the West. The Kibira National Park is a national park in northwestern Burundi. It is Overlapping by four provinces and it covers an area of 400 km². Kibira National Park lies top of the mountains of the Congo-Nile divide. Odzala National Park is a national park in the Cuvette-Ouest Region of Republic of the Congo. Simien Mountains National Park is one of the National Parks of Ethiopia. It is placed on Semien Gondar Zone of the Amhara Region; its country covers the Simien Mountains and constitutes Ras Dashan, is the highest point in Ethiopia.