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  • By Lorenzo Lysaker Ghana
    • In the early 1980s’education has risen 1.5% to around 3.5% of GPD
    • The main subjects are math and science they didn’t teach anything else
    • These five countries are responsible for developing. Administering, and grading school-leaving examinations at the secondary level. Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Gambia, and Liberia
    Education
  • Government
    • Type- Democracy
    • Independence- March 6 1957
    • Constitution-Entered into force January 7, 1993
    • Subdivisions-Ten regions
    • Political parties-New Patriotic Party, National Democratic congress, Convention People’s Party People’s National Convention, others
    • Suffrage-Universal at 18
    • Branches-Executive- --president popularly elected for a maximum of two 4-year terms; Council of State, a presidential appointed consultative body of 25 members required by the constitution. Legislative-unicameral Parliament popularly elected for 4-year terms. Judicial independent Supreme Court justices nominated by president with approval of Parliament.
  • Religion
    • Ghana did not have a religion like the other common religions today. Their emperor whom they worshipped, called the Ghana. They also worshipped Bida’a sea of Niger. Ghana allowed Muslims to live in their empire and help them with the government and advice on legal matter, but very few converted to Islam
  • Geography
    • Western Africa, borders the Gulf of Guinea, between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo
    • tropical warm and ,kind of dry along southeast coast, hot and humid in southwest; hot and dry in north
    • Natural resources – gold,timber,industrial diamonds,fish,silver,salt,limestone
    • Elevation extremes- lowest point-Atlantic ocean 0 m highest point- Mount Afadato 880 m
  • Economic
    • Wagadou (Ghana) became a center of power for trading in the region. Ghana first natural resources gold salt and ivory. They exchanged their goods by using camels and others livestock and sent them to northern Africa and the middle east.
  • Social
  • Significant rulers
    • In the empire, the ruler of the land was called a Ghana
    • http://www.slideshare.net/bluebelle.93/the-empire-of-ghana-history/
  • Cultural
  • Affects on history
  • Interesting facts
    • In 7 th century AD it was actual called wagadugu. It was a mistake to call it Ghana from the Arabs and also Europeans