DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

8 PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH INDUSTRIALIZATION IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Inadequate capital to inset in the industrial sector local investors depend on basic provision from the government and foreign aid and grants which may not be adequate or has too high interest rates. Most industrial suffer from inconsistency in the supply of raw materials due to fluctuation in output especially agricultural raw materials, industries dependent …

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IMPORTANCE OF NOMADIC PASTORALISM TO THE ECONOMY OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Importance of nomadic pastoralism to the economy of THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO Source of human food with valuable proteins e.g. milk, meat/beef, and blood. It is a source of income to the pastoralists by selling farm products hence improving their standards of living. It is a source of employment e.g. through trade hence providing …

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POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS OF UNEMPLOYMENT DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

Government should ensure family planning by sensitizing the masses; this will reduce on the population growth rate hence reduction of competition on jobs. Change in the education system and curriculum to suit African conditions like Uganda is now emphasizing practical science subjects. Encouragement of people to go to schools, colleges and other institutions of learning …

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6 REASONS FOR THE COMING OF MISSIONARIES TO THE EAST AFRICA COAST IN THE 19TH CENTURY

The Portuguese were the first Christian missionaries to come to Kenya. However, long-established Islamic culture and religion overwhelmed their efforts. The 19th century Revival Movement in Britain and western Europe inspired missionaries to go out to other parts of the world for the end of the world was perceived to be coming soon. reasons for …

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The consequences of Long Distance trade on the people of East Africa

the following were the consequences of Long Distance trade on the people of East Africa Emergence of a class of wealthy merchants among African, Swahili and Arab traders E.G. Chief Kivoi of Ukambani, Nyungu ya Mawe among the Nyamwezi and Tippu Tip of Zanzibar. Development of towns like Lamu, Zanzibar and Mombasa. New crops such …

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Reasons why Christian missionaries established mission stations in east Africa

reasons why Christian missionaries established mission stations in east Africa. To teach Africans how to read the Bible. To train African Catechists to assist in missionary work. To convert Africans to Christianity. To spread western culture. To teach Africans farming, masonry and carpentry. To cater for Africans‟ health needs. To have bases of operation for …

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the effects of Missionary activities in east Africa

the effects of Missionary activities in east Africa Spread of Christianity to most parts of the interior. Erosion of African culture as some cultural practices such as female circumcision and burial rites were discarded. Introduction of western (formal) education. Building of rehabilitation centers, where vocational skills, reading and Christianity were taught. Establishment of health centers …

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