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The Republic of Malawi is a landlocked southeast African country bordered by Tanzania to the northeast, Zambia to the northwest and Mozambique on the east, south and west. It has a total area of 45,747 sq mi and an estimated population of 15.03 million as of 2009.
There are many jobs in Malawi. You can work in Administrative and  Hospitality. The rest of the jobs currently are all the same for  another topic. If you go to your search bar and type in Jobs in  Malawi Malawi Jobs and Vacancies - reed.co.uk.
The official langauge in English, however the national language is Chichewa.
African cichlids are PH 8.2 while babrbs are lower. You could acclimate the barb up or the Malawi down in PH but neither would do as well. Also, African cichlids are very aggressive and the barb, who is semi-aggressive, would probably not survive for long.
i don't know i was asking you people out there!!
Malawi is a small African country. Malawi's government is currently under a system of democracy that is similar to the one in the US. It is a multi-party system.
Sure can.. I had peacocks with my yellow lab mbuna and white top hera mbuna cichlid. they will tussle with each other periodically, but it should be fine so long as you have than 4 or 5 to help spread aggression.
Malawi has a wide range of landscapes. It is quite a green country.It has lots of trees. It has many mountains. One of the largestlakes in Africa is Lake Malawi, which forms part of the country.
  Yes, it is common to feed vegetable matter to Malawi cichlids (especially Mbuna). You can feed them cucumber, spinach, lettuce, peas (shelled), zucchini, etc. Feed a good quality flake/pellet food daily but veggies can be used to supplement the diet.
there is a small countray called jemma carrigan
No, that is known as BIGAMY, and is against the law(at least in the US). If the purpose of the US marriage was to gain American citizenship, that is FRAUD and is a federal offense.
Zambia, Tanzania, Mozambique
$290 Dollars per capita ... that's not a lot i know
  It's around $1.38 (Kwacha 200) per litre of petrol
Malawi has a reasonable amount of poverty and is going through economic stress
As of right now, Mutharika is not a dictator, but it is overwhelmingly clear that he is gaining more and more power within the Malawian government. Though it may seem that he is trying to make Malawi into a more progressive state, his power as president is unbalanced and continuing to grow,...
they have had earthquakes, floods, drought and hunger.
all i can tell you is that the got their independence on on July 6 1964 i have to write a paper about it and if you do find out something about how let me know wait you can't
they are supported by agriculture.
Grow cash crops like tobacco, tea, sugarcane,fishing and some work
secondary school: maths bible knowledgebiologyphysical science (includes chemistry and physics)agriculturechichewa (language and literature)english (language and literature)those are the widely available subjects in rural areas. urban areas may also have other languages and trade school courses.
Zanmbia and Malawi were never colonies of France
Zambia and Malawi were once part of the Federation Of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.
yes it is Spring is from August-DecemberSummer is from January-MarchAutumn is from April-MayWinter is from June-July
That would depend on what citizen you are.
Lake Malawi has salmon fish. It is locally known as 'mpasa'. Its size is slightly smaller than the Canadian rivers salmon. Its flesh has lots bones.
Charlotte O'connor is an up and coming singer-songwriter from blackburn who is half malawian! she'll be one to look out for in the future (: and of course Madonna has adopted two malawian babies, so im sure they will undoubtedly become famous lol
Malawi is a country located in southeast Africa, which was formerly known as Nyasaland. The country was colonized in the 10th century by the tribe known as Bantu and then again by the British in 1891. Malawi is one of the least developed countries.
They might n=not have money to buy food and they could die
No, they do not have access to clean water
Chewa is the most widely spoken language (by 57% of the population) but it is not the official language.
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there are many factors why Malawi is poor - it is landlocked-lack of technology-poor political will-too much donor reliance
The physical features they have in Malawi is:Lake Malawi (Also known as Lake Nyasa)Nkhata BayMonkey BayLake MalombeLake ChilwaGreat Rift ValleyMount Mahoni
It is the capital and largest city in Malawi
Malawi's biome is grassland. These are some dot points on Malawi biome . Occur from central Canada through Texas and into Mexico in North America. Tall grasses-prairies-sea of grass. Moderate temperatures, light rainfall. Dominat plants-various grasses. Found on all continents except America....
what jobs dos Malawi have
they mainly use bikes and buses
Obviously it's an LEDC because its very poor. Its easy to tell its an LEDC.
Limbika simply means work hard or push hard
Lots of people in Malawi are poor but there are people who are not poor and some that are rich.
Central Africa Time Zone (UTC+02:00)
Mainly brick, which the people make themselves from the clay. The houses are reddish in colour because of the bricks they use. It is common to see these houses and piles of the bricks that they make are often stacked outside.
Malawi's area is ~45,700 square miles (~118,000 square kilometers).
In 2008 the population was estimated at 13,931,831.
Lake Malawi is very famous in Malawi. It has a huge range of fish, making it a very special place.
The national flower of Malawi is a Lily
Drought coupled with the loss of labour force due to diseases like AIDS.
13° 57′ 0″ S, 33° 42′ 0″ E-13.95, 33.7
Brantery, Lilongwe and Mzuzu
the main natural resources in Egypt are cotton and aluminum.
The national language is both Chichewa and English.
Malawi is divided into what are known as regions, and within each region there are districts.
Chichewa and English are the two official languages.
Wood carvings and paintings are very common in Malawi.
Bingu WA Mutharika was the President of Malawi in 2011. He became the third president of Malawi on 2004 May 20, and was re-elected in 2009. He has been credited with encouraging economic growth in Malawi. He died of a heart attack on 2012 April 6, while still in office.
Malawi has only one time zone.
Malawi is in the south-east of Africa.
Malawi is landlocked. The nearest ocean to Malawi is the Indian Ocean.
118,484 square kilometres or 45,747 square miles.
Lake Malawi, Great Rift Valley,and the Shire River.I'm doing a project on Malawi, hope this helped!
To ordinary citizens, the situation is very good as they can be self sufficient in their daily meals. To politicians, the situation is discouraging.
Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi.. Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi and the largest city. Blantyre is the business center of Malawi. In this way, they function much like Washington D.C. and New York in the United States. lilongwe
A lot of people in Malawi make their own houses out of bricks that they make from mud. These houses have a red appearance. Other houses are built of wood or stone.
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about the size of Pennsylvannia
No. In fact, homosexual activity is illegal in Malawi. In 2010, two men were sentenced to fourteen years in prison for merely saying tht they were going to marry each other. They were later pardoned on humanitarian grounds. On November 5, 2012, president Joyce Banda announced suspension of Malawi's...
Around 5% of people in urban areas and 20% in rural areas of Malawi  do not have access to clean water.
One strange law of Malawi is that it is illegal to pass gas in  public and another is against same-sex sexual activity.