Samples "Africa"


Cultural Discussion of the !Kung Tribe

The !Kung tribe refers to a group of hunters and gatherers who live primarily in Namibia. The unique spelling of their name, with the anglicized spelling including an exclamation mark, represents a clicking sound in the !Kung language (Lee, 2012). As a hunter and gatherer population, the life of the...

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PEN 3 Model for African-Americans

The PEN-3 Model, was initially developed for use in African countries. It is a conceptual model that is aimed at targeting relevant cultural factors in order to allow for the development of culturally sensitive health outreach and education programming. In the United States, it has been used with the African...

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Public Health Service in South Africa

South African is approximated to carry the highest number of individuals being HIV/AIDS around the globe. The HSRC/Nelson Mandela study about HIV/AIDS (2002) indicated HIV dominance of 4.5 million individuals having two years and above. The endemic results in extraordinary mortality and morbidity. Given the total influence of HIV/AIDS on...

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Country Project

It is the primary and chief objective of this report to provide a critical view of the political and legal environment of Ethiopia. More specifically, this paper takes an in-depth review and analysis of the Ethiopian political structure and system, the political parties and the political risk respectively. Equally important,...

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Zimbabwe a Third World Country

Based on a number of research based studies and reports, it is true and evident that Zimbabwe is one of the third world countries in Southern Africa (Polonsky et al., 12). Zimbabwe is a landlocked country and it is bordered by Zambia in the north, Mozambique in the east as...

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The Bushmen

One of the oldest continually indigenous people on the planet, if the not the oldest, are the Kalahari Bushmen of Southern Africa. It’s been said that the Bushmen have lived in this area for well over 20,000 years, making them one of the few homosapien sapiens to have never migrated...

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Country Selection: South Africa

The country that has been chosen for study in this class during the term is South Africa. There are several reasons why this country was chosen as the focus of individual study during the class. Not only is South Africa the largest country in the southern region of the continent,...

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HIV/AIDS Epidemic in South Africa and Her Neighboring Countries

The spread of HIV/Aids in South Africa is a global concern, South Africa is currently the county with the highest number of infected citizens globally (UNAIDS, 2007). According to a report released by WHO in year 2007, South Africa had more than 5700000 infected citizens, which is approximately 12% of...

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The mass genocide which had occurred in the African country of Rwanda over a three-month course in 1994 was largely due to two factors: building tensions between the Tutsi and Hutu lineages for almost a century, and a failure by the international community to effectively respond to the crisis. It...

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Solutions to Unemployment in Sokoto, Nigeria

Boost Mentoring: The main cause of increased unemployment among young people in Sokoto, Nigeria is the lack of stable jobs and the fact that they lack career prospects t mentor them. This problem can be addressed through effective mentoring, which will greatly help in reducing juvenile and adult crimes, provide...

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Shell & Nigeria: A Legal-Ethical Discourse

Carroll (1998) argues that the good corporate citizen has to go beyond just legal obligations to include ethical issues, which includes engagement with stakeholders. However, the primary concern is the bottom line where the most ethical practice to preserve this aim is required. Thus, in Shell as it maintained the...

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Nigeria’s Economic And Political Situation

Nigeria is a resource-rich country in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), the largest crude oil producer in the region and in possession of immense mineral wealth. Despite these facts, Nigeria has a low human development profile, among the lowest of the countries assessed in the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Human...

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Governance In Nigeria

The federal government of Nigeria is composed of 3 district branches identified as the legislature, judiciary, and executive. The branches of government are like that of the United States of America. The executive is chaired by the president. The president is appointed through universal suffrage. He/ she acts as both...

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Electricity Generation and the Present Challenges in Nigeria

A country such as Nigeria that aspires to develop and become industrialized has to ensure that the supply of electricity within its jurisdiction is adequate, efficient, and effective. Nigeria has set itself on a journey that will see to it that it becomes industrialized by the year 2020. In order...

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Economics, Trade and Monetary Environment in Kenya

Economics is a science that deals with production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. It deals with the theory of human welfare which includes all the commercial activities in society. Trade is an economic system involving the buying of goods and services with the aim of compensation between the...

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Economic Growth Opportunities for Nigeria

Nigeria is greatly dependent on oil, which is among the natural resources that the country is greatly endowed with. Unfortunately, Nigeria's economy suffers anytime there is a decline in oil prices. For instance, the country suffered damaging consequences from the sudden decline in oil prices in the period between 2014...

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Comparison of Educational System in Nigeria and the USA

Introduction Education is one of the major concerns of an effective government. Thus, high-quality education delivers high-quality specialists who perform their work effectively and productively contributing to the overall wealth and prosperity, in such a manner. In this respect, the quality of education determines largely the efficiency of the state’s...

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Human Development Drivers In Nigeria

This research is concerned with the investigation of the interrelated nature of human development conditions and dynamics and the current level of the strategic environment in Nigeria. The review of the relevant literature entails that the contribution to human development in Nigeria is positively associated with a vast array of...

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West Nile Encephalitis: Etiology, Symptoms, and Functional Impairments

West Nile virus is a flavivirus that, along with similar viruses such as Japanese encephalitis virus and St. Louis encephalitis virus, has the ability to cause severe central nervous system disease (i.e. meningitis or encephalitis) with subsequent neurological impairments. WNV is the most widespread of the flaviviridae family, and is...

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Water issues in Guatemala and Egypt

Over one billion people across the world do not have access to a sufficient water supply. Notably, this has led to 6.3 percent of global death due to inadequate sanitation, unsafe water, and insufficient hygiene. It is noteworthy that approximately half of the developing countries’ populations have diseases or infections...

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