How do they dress in Tanzania?
tanzania has many different tribes. most tribes have their distinctive dress. common in tanzania and east africa is the kanga, a cotton shawl bearing traditional swahili proverbs and words of wisdom. it is used by women as a skirt and headscarf and by man instead of a kanzu (kaftan)
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Answer . \nI don't really know what you're asking, but I think you mean Australia and Tasmania- which is a state in Australia. Tasmania is the apple or heart shaped island south of Australia. It is sometime called the Apple Isle. Tanzania is a country in Africa. Hope this helps.\n. \n. \nA…j :) (MORE)
Tanzania is a country of East-central Africa . Tanzania is an EastAfrican nation known for its boundless wild ranges.
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… major seaport for the country and for Tanzania's landlocked neighbors. (MORE)
The European people who colonized Tanzania were the Germans in the1600s and the British in 1890 took it over as a protectorate.Before the Europeans the Arabs in the eighth century came to thispart of East Africa.
Dar es salaam used to be the capital, but they are in the process of moving it well inland to Dodoma.
Dressing used in wound care. This is all of the bandages and tape used to cover the exposed area of a wound.. Specifically, the dressing is the material used to cover an open wound (gauze is most common dressing). The bandage is the tape used to hold the dressing in place.
2008 estimates put the population of Tanzania at just over 40,000,000 citizens. Source: The World Factbook
The Germans originally colonised the area of Tanganyika in the 19th century. At that time Zanzibar was under Arab control. After the end of WW1, Tanganyika passed to British control until it became officially independent in 1961. Shortly after this they merged with Zanzibar and officially became Ta…nzania. (MORE)
The continent that Tanzania is located on is Africa. This countryis situated in the Eastern part of Africa and its capitol city isDodoma.
i personally wear jeans, boots, a dress shirt and a northface everyday but it depends on how old/mature you are! and just be yourself...
some of the main foods are: ugali, pilaw, chappati, beans and rise.. many "restaurants" serve delicious roasted meat, and pomme frites.
A dress a either a long or short piece of material that girls, ladies, and women love to wear!
Yes, you will find them there: "African Black Tail Scorpion" . Distribution: Africa (Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania ). Asia (Saudi Arabia, Yemen).
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.
There are several rivers in Tanzania with the largest being RufijiRiver. Tourists whom visit a Tanzania safari or for a holiday tendto take advantage of the incredible wildlife, flora and fauna whichsurrounds the river by going on a river safari.If you want to buy asafari package then in my suggesti…on One -Way Tours & SafarisLtd (one-waytoursandsafaris.com) is the best which offers 14 dayssafari packages in Tanzania. (MORE)
Mt Kilimanjaro is 5,895 meters, and the at the coast of the Indian ocean it is sealevel.
Tanzania is a savanna and mt.Kilimanjaro, lake Victoria and green rift valley are located there.
The name Tanzania is a portmanteau (A name made up of two or more names), the two names being Tanganyika and Zanzibar.
There are so many things that Tanzania imports into the country.Some of the main imports include electronics, processed foods,computers and other essential commodities.
The flag of Tanzania consists of five diagonal stripes the order from top to bottom being green, yellow, black, yellow and blue. The green stripe symbolizes the fertility of the land; The black stands for the citizens and the blue the Indian Ocean. The two yellow stripes represent Tanzania's mineral… wealth. The flag of Tanzania became official on June 30, 1964, the same year Zanzibar and Tanganyika joined to become one country. (MORE)
They usually help out around do some chores,they live in a poor country so the help out around.
Yes, elephants do live in Tanzania. The species is the African bush elephant. Their range is not continuous throoughout all of Tanzania, however.
Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete is the President of Tanzania. He became the 4th President of Tanzania on 2005 December 21 and was re-elected in 2010. Before his presidency, he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs for 10 years.
Landmarks in Tanzania are: the highest point is the Kilimanjaro mountain. the three largest lakes in Tanzania are: Lake Victoria the world's 2nd largest fresh water lake, the second is Lake Tanganyika the world's deepest, and lat is the Southwest Lake Nyasa.
part of Tanzania is rich and part is poor. the rich part is like a nice California beach. the poor part is not horrible but it is hot, and desert-like. the poor area has a lot more diseases because they don't have vaccines to heal them.
The countries that border Tanzania are : Mozambique, Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Zambia, Burundi, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Hope this helps.
Like any developing country, it is pretty polluted. The pollution is worse in and around the major port cities, like Dar Es Salaam.
Area- Total 945,203 km 2 (27th) 364,898 sq mi - Water (%) 6.2 see link below
There are various reasons that the African country Tanzania is sopoor. For example, it is due to improper use of resources.
Varies from sea level on the coast to 19,340 feet at the highest point of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Just a couple of suggestions: . You can go on a wildlife safari . You can hike Mount Kilimanjaro/Mount Meru You can also go on a Coffee/Banana plantation tour and a waterfall tour Zanzibar is part of Tanzania, you take the ferry across the ocean about 2 hours and there are many things you ca…n do on the island and on the coast! (MORE)
Tanzania became independent when Julius Nyrere became president of the territory of Tanganyika and invited the island of Zanzibar to join it, forming the United Republic of Tanzania
It is Zanzibar. Tanzania derives from the names of two states, Tanganyika and Zanzibar that were united in 1964
Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete was the President of Tanzania in 2009. He became the 4th president of Tanzania on 2005 December 21 and was re-elected in 2010. Before his presidency, he was the Minister of Foreign Affairs for 10 years.
It goes from 0 feet at the Indian Ocean to, and I got 2 different heights, 19,331 or 19,341 feet [5,892m or 5,895m] at Mount Kilimanjaro.
British rule ended in Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1961. They merged to become the U nited Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964 . The country's named was shortened to the portmanteau United Republic of Tanzania in 1965.
According to the CIA World Factbook, current primary exports of Tanzania are gold, coffee, cashew nuts, manufactured goods, and cotton.
the drop out rate is 45% i knoe cause my teacher ms. wolski told me.. clasz of 010
Swahili has been a lingua franca in East and Central Africa for a thousand years and more. A lthough it's a second language to most Tanzanians and Kenyans, it has the status of national language, so it's not really a lingua franca anymore. It's also an official language of the Demcratic Republic of …Congo, where it is the first language of almost everyone in the east, from Lubumbashi in the south to Lake Kivu in the north. It was brought to the Congo by Arab and Swahili slave-traders in the 19th Century. In the enormous disruption of peoples and cultures that was caused by the slave trade, Swahili replaced local tribal languages as a first language. (MORE)
Dodoma is the capital of Tanzania.Tanzania is rich in heritage andnatural beauty.It is a famous place for safari. If you want to buya safari package for visit then One -Way Tours & Safaris Ltd(one-waytoursandsafaris.com) will provide wildlife camping safarisin Tanzania.
Expansion of communication devices i.e using mobile phones and computer technology . Introduction of new subjects to the Tanzanian curriculum e.g ICT . Expansion of social evils . Erosion of culture . redundancy of workers
In colonial times, Tanzania was not formed yet. It was formed from a colony named Tanganyika and an island named Zanzibar. In 1900, Tanganyika was governed by the Germans, and Zanzibar was governed by the British. But after the German's defeat in World War I, Tanganyika became controlled by the Bri…tish. Than after World War II, the United States had control of Tanganyika, but of course they let them free. Tanganyika became free on December 9, 1961 and the island of Zanzibar became free shortly after on December 19, 1963. The two countries decided to form together and make the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar. The name was shortened to make it easier to say on October 29, 1964 and it is now called the United republic of Tanzania or just Tanzania. The name was made like this: Tan [ganyika] + Zan [zibar] + ia [ suffix for country ]. Is that good enough? I'm writing an essay on it. (MORE)
No actually, last time I checked it does NOT snow in Africa. Actually, on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro is gets to be quite cold around -15 degrees celcius, and it does snow on the mountain although not very much! Actually the snow that caps the mountain is slowly melting.
The western politics largely pressurized the multipartism democracy in Tanzania that is all she was not ready by the time.
They have weakz, ghytg, and the last one that I know of is weaks and their many more
Yes and no, its government may be rich with is oil industry but none of the wealth reaches the people
Tanzania is a country in east Africa and is home to the Serengeti plains and Mt Kilimanjaro (the highest point in Africa)
Tanzania is close to Uganda, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia and Mozambique. it basically borders all these countries. Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi can be found close to Tanzania
The level of poverty in Tanzania is high. Although it's economy isgrowing with the passage of time, still it's per capita income isvery low. Thus, it is one of the poorest countries in the world.
It is bordered by Kenya and Uganda to the north; Rwanda , Burundi , and the Democratic Republic of theCongo to the west; Zambia , Malawi , and Mozambique tothe south; and by the Indian Ocean tothe east.