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Question about africa? Topic: Jobs letter y
April 21, 2019 / By Austyn
Question: im studying burkina faso, africa i cant seem to find what kinds of jobs they would have there a just need a website that would give me a list of jobs they havn there thankssss :) ohhh yeahh i also need words that relate to burkina faso with the letters..... N Q U V W X Y thanksss agaiinn :)
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Abbygail Abbygail | 5 days ago
I sponsor a child in Burkina Faso via Plan UK. Burkina Faso, meaning ‘country of honest people’, is a landlocked country situated in West Africa between Mali, Niger, Benin, Togo, Ghana and the Ivory Coast. It has a population of approximately 13.9 million, consisting of numerous and diverse ethnic groups of which the two largest are the Mossi and the Fulani. In 1960 it won its independence from France but has since spent many years under military rule. President Blaise Compaore has remained in power since 1991 and brought relative democracy to the country. However economic development remains painfully slow; it is one of the poorest countries in the world. The majority of the population of Burkina Faso, about 86%, rely on farming for their livelihood. Insufficient rainfalls, together with the rapid decline of the quality of the farm land, result in the mass movements of people in search of new and fertile farming land.
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Abbygail Originally Answered: Anyone out there interested in watching Face Of Africa-(Africa's next top Model)?
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Abbygail Originally Answered: Can someone tell me why is africa so poor?
Because what they produce (at least per capita) is not very valuable to others. If it were, they would not be poor. To make people's production more valuable, you need ,lots of capital. It is hard for African nations to attract capital because they are often ruled by kleptocratic governments. Few people are interested in investing in a country where everything they have invested could be confiscated on the whim of the government.
Abbygail Originally Answered: Can someone tell me why is africa so poor?
International Level Explanations: a. dependence theory: means Africa's colonies/countries were exploited for their natural resources and never developed the manufacturing technology they needed. b. resource curse – countries that have a great wealth in natural resources tend to have less economic growth and be poorer. This might be because a few people can own the land where the resource is and not share the wealth or might mean different groups fight over the resource and civil strife does not help the economy. Also, countries that rely on one export are subject to the fluctuations in price of that commodity in the global market. Many countries in Africa depend on one export. c. the global trading environment, which privileges wealthier countries at the expense of poorer ones. Domestic Level a. climate and geography b. greater cultural diversity that hinders political and economic cooperation c. religious or cultural beliefs that hinder the “modernization” process d. poorly-designed political institutions My guess is that Africa is poor because of some combination of all these factors.
Abbygail Originally Answered: Can someone tell me why is africa so poor?
Africa is an exploited continent. It's countries governments are in constant turmoil. No country can prosper if the governments are constantly overthrown for another greedy self-proclaimed ruler. The women and children are raped and murdered. This demoralization keeps the population from rallying together to make change. First world countries exploit that turmoil to gain wealth. Wealth that they are not reinvesting in the countries. Yes, Africa the continent has oil, gold and diamonds. Who do you think owns the companies that mine the oil, gold and diamonds? It's not the people of the African nations.

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