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    • By Daniel Lawrence
    •  The climate is desert, steppe and savannah throughout the country The total area is 478,764 The average temperature is 82 degrees Up north is the Sahara desert and south of it is cropland/grassland The annual rainfall is 43.2in
    •  The main language of Mali is French and there is 58 languages spoken The literacy rate is only 46% No one has computers Basketball, soccer, and traditional wrestling are popular sports
    •  In 1235 King Sundiata defeats Sumanguru In 1324 king Mansa Musa goes on a pilgrimage to Mecca In 1332 Mansa Musa dies A French colonization begins in 1800 The French create a post at Bamako in 1883 In 1925 Mali and Burkina Faso engage Mali becomes a republic independent country in 1960 and gets over thrown in 1968
    • The problem that I would like to salve aboutMali is the literacy rate. The literacy rate wasonly 46% as of 2012. Without a high literacyrate, not many people can read or write. Thisis bad because without those skills it is harderto get a job. Most jobs require you to readlabels or write down things. This is a problemin my country because there is not enoughschools/teachers.
    •  Build more schools Hire more teachers Build buses and make school systemsRegional countries can help by: Donating money Donating supplies Helping to build Giving away some teachers
    • My final solution I have chosen is to build more schools and hire teachers for them.Other countries can help by donating money to help build schools and pay the teachers.