WORLD GEOGRAPHIC
INDIA
&
AFRICA
BY:
MITCHELL JASWAL
JAGRATI MEENA
VIVEK SAHU
ABOUT AFRICA
 Africa - world's second-largest and most populous continent
after asia
 It contains 90% of the world’s cob...
PRE-HISTORY AND EARLY
CIVILATION
Political & Trade Relations
 Ancient trade relations
 Medieval period relations
 Under the rule of the British Empire
...
 Modern-day relations
 Objectives
 Expected Outcomes
 African Representation
 Chairperson of the African Union (AU)
...
Trade with Africa
* Including Oil in Import figures
** Including Petroleum Product exports from India
Non-oil Commodities
...
CULTURE, MUSIC AND DANCE
 Traditional African cultures have become less practiced ,as a result of
years of neglect and su...
 The Afro-Asiatic languages are a language family of
about 240 languages and 285 million people
widespread throughout the...
ART AND ARCHITECTURE
ECONOMY- REAL PICTURE
 Africa - world's poorest and most underdeveloped
continent
 Deadly diseases and viruses (notably ...
 In August 2008, the World Bank announced revised
global poverty estimates based on a new international
poverty line of $...
RECENT UPDATES
 South Africa wants to join so-called BRIC nations
 African economies to expand 4.8 percent in 2010: UN
...
BIBLIOGRAPHY
 WWW.ECONOMICTIMES.COM
 WWW.GOOGLE.COM
 WWW.WIKIPEDIA.COM
THANK
YOU
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    1. 1. WORLD GEOGRAPHIC INDIA & AFRICA BY: MITCHELL JASWAL JAGRATI MEENA VIVEK SAHU
    2. 2. ABOUT AFRICA  Africa - world's second-largest and most populous continent after asia  It contains 90% of the world’s cobalt, 90% of its platinum, 50% of its gold, 98% of its chromium, 70% of its tantalite, 64% of its manganese and one-third of its uranium.  The continent has 54 sovereign states, including Madagascar, various island groups, and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, a member state of the African Union  Africa, particularly central eastern Africa, is widely regarded within the scientific community to be the origin of humans and the Hominidae clade (great apes), as evidenced by the discovery of the earliest hominids and their ancestors
    3. 3. PRE-HISTORY AND EARLY CIVILATION
    4. 4. Political & Trade Relations  Ancient trade relations  Medieval period relations  Under the rule of the British Empire  Mahatma Gandhi in South Africa between 1893 and 1915 1/30/2015 5
    5. 5.  Modern-day relations  Objectives  Expected Outcomes  African Representation  Chairperson of the African Union (AU)  Chairperson of the AU Commission  Chairpersons of the eight recognised Regional Economic Communities (REC's)  Chairpersons of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)  Heads of State and Government Implementation Committee (HSIGC)  the five African NEPAD initiating countries 1/30/2015 6
    6. 6. Trade with Africa * Including Oil in Import figures ** Including Petroleum Product exports from India Non-oil Commodities 1/30/2015 7
    7. 7. CULTURE, MUSIC AND DANCE  Traditional African cultures have become less practiced ,as a result of years of neglect and suppression by colonial and post-colonial regimes.  There are attempts to rediscover and African traditional cultures as well as the increasing recognition of traditional spirituality  In recent years, traditional African culture has become synonymous with rural poverty and subsistence farming.  Music and dance : SAMBA, ROCK , JAZZ , BELLY DANCE
    8. 8.  The Afro-Asiatic languages are a language family of about 240 languages and 285 million people widespread throughout the Horn of Africa, North Africa, the Sahel, and Southwest Asia.  The Nilo-Saharan language family - more than a hundred languages - by 30 million people. Nilo- Saharan languages are spoken by Nilotic tribes in Chad, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, and northern Tanzania.  According to Encyclopedia Britannica, 45% of the population are Muslims, 40% are Christians and less than 15% continue to follow traditional African religions
    9. 9. ART AND ARCHITECTURE
    10. 10. ECONOMY- REAL PICTURE  Africa - world's poorest and most underdeveloped continent  Deadly diseases and viruses (notably HIV/AIDS and malaria)  Corrupt governments , failed central planning, high levels of illiteracy, lack of access to foreign capital, and frequent tribal and military conflict  According to the United Nations' Human Development Report in 2003, the bottom 25 ranked nations (151st to 175th) were all African.  POVERTY, IILITERACY, MALNUTRITION AND LACK OF WATER SUPPLY
    11. 11.  In August 2008, the World Bank announced revised global poverty estimates based on a new international poverty line of $1.25 per day .  80.5% of the Sub-Saharan Africa population was living on less than $2.50 (PPP) a day in 2005, compared with 85.7% for India.
    12. 12. RECENT UPDATES  South Africa wants to join so-called BRIC nations  African economies to expand 4.8 percent in 2010: UN  Dabur plans acquisitions in Middle East and Africa this fiscal  Egypt seeks stronger trade ties with India  Celebrities appeal for Haiti quake relief  South Africa enters Guinness book with largest soccer ball
    13. 13. BIBLIOGRAPHY  WWW.ECONOMICTIMES.COM  WWW.GOOGLE.COM  WWW.WIKIPEDIA.COM
    14. 14. THANK YOU
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