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The United Republic of Tanzania is a country located in East Africa. It is the 31st biggest country in the world at 364,898 sq mi. Tanzania is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa.
Among the major seaports are the following, in terms of tons of cargo moved: Shanhai, China Ninbo-Zhoushan, China Singapore, Singapore Rotterdam, Netherlands Guangzhou, China Tianjin, China South Louisiana, USA Hong Kong, China Busan, South Korea Qingdao, China
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About 1295km by road.
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I would like to answer your question mentioned above. Here in Tanzania we have so many kinds of sports but the most played sports are Soccer ( football), netball, basketball, tennis, golf ,volleyball and boxing.
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The official capital city of the United Republic of Tanzania is Dodoma and has been since 1996. However, aside from the legislature, much of the government is still located in the old capital, Dar es Salaam. Dar es Salaam is the largest city and the principal commercial city, and it is also the maj…
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bakhresahe is bakhresa  bakhresahe is bakhresa  how rich is mr bakhresa  bakhressa  bakhressa Mwakapanda and family
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Answer Zanzibar is a group of islands off the coast of Tanzania. Unguja is the main island, often called Zanzibar. Unguja is what most people are referring to when they say Zanzibar. Zanzibar City (is not a city - but a town) is the capital of the island. Yes, the whole group of islands belongs t…
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Kiswahili is the official language, English is used in higher education. However, Swahili is also very popular in Tanzania.
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There are a number of causes. The main ones that come to mind are beliefs and stereotypes. People may feel that one gender is better than the other. Then some of the things may be biological. Men have more of a push to be more assertive or aggressive based on their neurology and hormones. That of c…
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One of the factors that affect mass communication is poor infrastructure. Lack of knowledge and poverty also affect mass communication in Tanzania.
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its 9th December 1961 or 1964
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Julius Kambarage Nyerere (13 April 1922 -- 14 October 1999) was elected the then Tanganyika's (later Tanzania) first ever Prime Minister on independence in 1961, Following the country's declaration as a republic in 1962, he became the President.Rashid Mfaume Kawawa (May 27, 1926 -- December 31, 2009…
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In 1961 they were ruled by the Germans and British, and had peaceful riots to gain their independence.
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Tanzania, UK
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The first Tanzanian president Hon. Julius Kambarage Nyerere.
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Tanzania was formed after the union of tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964
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Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region of Tanzania.The capital is Zanzibar City.
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Cashews, cloves, coffee, tea are the main "food" exports of Tanzania. also cotton
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2008 estimates put the population of Tanzania at just over 40,000,000 citizens. Source: The World Factbook
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This is called the "amendment process."
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Education can be defined as any process of one generation in the society transmits its knowledge, skills, values and customs as a matter of experience to another generation .Tanzania before getting its Independence in 1961 was under burritish colonial rule.The education system by that time was segre…
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Jane Goodall was a primatologist and an anthropologist. She studied chimpanzees, and is celebrated for her efforts, as well as being the UN Messenger of Peace.
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Some traditional cultures have led to a slow development in Tanzania. Cultural influence has often restricted women from seeking education and many decide to marry early and not participate in economic activities. However, their culture of hospitality to strangers and any community member makes it a…
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yes.
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Theres no official religion in Tanzania. The government do not have religion, the citizen do have.
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There are 2 main exports of Tanzania and they are coffee and sisal. Sisal is a fiber used for making twine and rope
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Mt. Kilamanjaro is Tanzania's largest mountain. As if right now, that's all that I am aware of.
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Coffee, Cotton, Sisal, Tea, Cashew Nuts, Diamonds, Gold, and Cloves.
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Arusha declaration to Tanzania dramatically increased the economy. The reason they did the declaration was to try and make the economy stronger as well as build the economy up.
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average temperature is 27C, average rainfall 32cms, average number of rainy days 11.
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Since 1966, there are 100 senti (cents) in the Tanzanian Shilingi (Shilling) (TZS).See link to Universal Currency Converter.Using the Universal Currency Converter, you can convert any denomination from any current currency, into the equivalent value of any other current currency.It is updated regula…
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By plane its in africa. It depends on where you are coming from.
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I think it is 500cm.
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phoni lizards, gwak monkeys, chinchillas and the fish eagle.
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The Serengeti Plain sits somewhere between 1000 to 1900 meters above sea level which is approximately 3280 to 6234 feet.
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Tanzania it is located in Africa named after the combination of the names Tanganyika (referring to the mainland British colony) and Zanzibar (referring to the island archipelago off the coast).
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Yes, located in East/ Central Africa
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dry and sunny
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Tanzania is home to many species of wild animals. The black rhinoceros and the cheetah can both be found in the country.
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It is famous for gold, platinum, natural gas, diamonds, AIDS and wildlife safari.
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Tanzania got independence in 1964 from the British.
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Patriarch system, socialization, gender roles or triple roles, classes
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diarrehoea because the dirty water they have to drink during birth as well as there growing up years.
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Read this book: Lugalla, Joe. Crisis, Urbanization, and Urban Poverty in Tanzania: a Study of Urban Poverty and Survival Politics. Lanham, MD: University of America, 1995.Best description you can find.
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wow, i have to find the same thing but im having trouble as well
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Regnald Mengi
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1. Cambodia 2. Papua New Guinea 3. Laos 5. Timor Leste 6. Vietnam 7. NORTH Korea 8. Indonesia 9. Philippines 10.Thailand 11. Malaysia 12. Brunei
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Immunity of the president must be deducted so as to facilitate charge against president incase he commit any kind of crime, I don't mean that Immunity should not be there but it should allow any charges as article 13 of our constitution establishes that all the people are equal before the law, so wh…
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The weather in Tanzania is generally hot.
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Swahili: Salama or Jambo English: Hello
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more then a billion man
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2,154,519.91checked on currency calculator i used 1000 gbp and converted it in Tanzania im 10 years old
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yes.
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No. Its apart of Tanzania
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Lake Malawi.Also known as Nyasa
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364,898 sq. mi.(9451087 sq km)
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English and Swahili are the official languages of Kenya.
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Well i w@s in it in 1890 good questin your vever smart
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fun monkeys
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Yes... It is an LEDC... . Africa is NOT an LEDC as it is a CONTINENT! A whole CONTINENT cannot be an LEDC. The majority of countries in Africa are LEDC's though.
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Some of the main foods are: Ugali, Pilaw, Chapati, Beans and Rice.Many restaurants serve delicious Roasted Meat, and Apple Fritters.
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AIDS
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Current statistics on religious demography are unavailable because religious surveys were eliminated from government census reports after 1967. So the best we have is educated guesses. The latest educated guesses put the spilt between Christianity and Muslim as equal, with up to 40% of the populatio…
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to set up for some receptions was, in your case red table cloth with gold center cloth. If your having flowers, have table arrangements with the flowers red and gold, then you can have those small Russian hand flags coming from the table arrangements crossing each other. Your table napkins, if the t…
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cause it is not very habited nd lots of forests nd wildlife dats y
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tanzania got it independes in 1961 from the hands of british
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Tanzania's teritory begins just south of the equator while Paraguay's most northerly teritory begins well south of the equator so Tanzania is farther north.
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The most famous mountain in Tanzania is Kilimanjaro, which is the highest mountain in Africa.
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The African lake that is located mainly in Tanzania is Lake Victoria. It is the largest lake in Africa with a surface area of 26,600 square miles.
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Some famous people who are from Switzerland include Kat Graham, Marthe Keller, Carlos Leal, and Christianne Hirt. Others include Thomas Hardmeier and Bruno Todeschini.
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Mt Kilimanjaro is 5,895 meters, and the at the coast of the Indian ocean it is sealevel.
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Tanzania means:angel of the sea
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No, the eastern part of Tanzania is coastal.
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Eight: Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique.
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1. Nimrod Mkono MP Musoma vijijini 2. Azam Owner 3. Manji 4. Oil com owner. 5. Fish factory owner in Mwanza 6. Reginald Mengi 7. Cheyo 8. Lowassa 9. Mwakapanda and family 10. SAS owner
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yes Tanzania have a historical site, for exmple bagamoyo, kilwa,pate,lamu,kondoa irangi,and ujiji.
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364945 square miles
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Dr. Hussein Ali Mwinyi is the current Minister for Defence and National Service of the United Republic of Tanzania.
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yes there is... there is research conducted in Zanzibar ans some part of Tanzania main land and they have discovered petroleum
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[1] About 2,000 years ago Kenya became part of the Africa/Asia trading network that Arabic, Persian, and Swahili speakers so successfully set up. [2] During that time, Swahili held a status equivalent to that held nowadays by English: it was widely known and spoken. [3] Swahili is a Bantu language. …
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Tanzania is a savanna and mt.Kilimanjaro, lake Victoria and green rift valley are located there.
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it's not it hasan average GDP.
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The name Tanzania is a portmanteau (A name made up of two or more names), the two names being Tanganyika and Zanzibar.
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drivers and patterns of strategy development in tanzania organization is1. the allocation of resorses2. good utilization of capital3. quality contol system in product and srvices
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Yes. There is snow on Kilimanjaro. People, look at picture!!!!
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