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8 FACTORS FAVOURING DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM INDUSTRY IN EAST AFRICA

8 FACTORS FAVOURING DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM INDUSTRY IN EAST AFRICA

Tourism is the practice for travelling for purposes of leisure, curiosity or study. Tourism is the leading invisible export of East Africa and it is one of the major foreign exchange earners for the governments.  Tourist attractions in East Africa include: Wildlife: this includes animals, vegetation, and birds i.e. flora and fauna e.g. zebras, hippos, …

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9 PROBLEMS RESULTING FROM HIGH POPULATION GROWTH RATE IN EAST AFRICAN COUNTRIES

9 PROBLEMS RESULTING FROM HIGH POPULATION GROWTH RATE IN EAST AFRICAN COUNTRIES

The following are problems that result from the high population growth rate in the East African countries. The rate of population growth is higher than the rate at which job opportunities are generated leading to high unemployment. The high demand for social amenities caused by a high population growth rate leads to congestion in schools, …

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7 TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EQUATORIAL CONDITION IN EAST AFRICA

7 TYPICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EQUATORIAL CONDITION IN EAST AFRICA

This type of climate is experienced in the region between 5°N and 5°S of the equator. For instance in places such as the Congo Basin. In East Africa, the equatorial climate is experienced around the L.Victoria basin and typical equatorial climate is experienced within the L.Victoria and specifically the Islands within L.Victoria.  Typical equatorial climate …

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IMPORTANCE OF LIVESTOCK AND FISHERIES TO THE PEOPLE OF EAST AFRICA

IMPORTANCE OF LIVESTOCK AND FISHERIES TO THE PEOPLE OF EAST AFRICA

Livestock is an integral part of the biotic structure of the ecosystem playing an important role in the economy and environment. The poorest people in the world live in rural areas of tropical developing and sub-tropical countries. Most keep cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, pigs, donkeys, camels, and poultry (chickens and ducks) and are among the …

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