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  • Limpopo river lies partially in botswana
  • Meaning no clear cut separation of powers between the executive and legislative branches
  • Has the Most secretive public institutions
  • Per capita income – average income of all industries throughout a country often used to measure the wealth of a nation
  • Per capita income – average income of all industries throughout a country often used to measure the wealth of a nation
  • Per capita income – average income of all industries throughout a country often used to measure the wealth of a nation
  • Per capita income – average income of all industries throughout a country often used to measure the wealth of a nation
  • Per capita income – average income of all industries throughout a country often used to measure the wealth of a nation
  • And only a hand full of students are eligible for a u.s based college or education
  • Africa presentation

    1. 1. BotswanaJASON BLICK
    2. 2. Introduction Formerly Known as the British Protectorate of Bechuanaland Currency: Pula Time Zone: Central Africa Time Independence from the United Kingdom in 1966
    3. 3. Flag
    4. 4. Geography
    5. 5. Geography Area: 224,610 sq mi.
    6. 6. Geography Area: 224,610 sq mi. 47th largest country in the world
    7. 7. Geography Area: 224,610 sq mi. 47th largest country in the world Kalahari Desert- Covers 70% of land surface
    8. 8. Geography Area: 224,610 sq mi. 47th largest country in the world Kalahari Desert
    9. 9. Geography Area: 224,610 sq mi. 47th largest country in the world Kalahari Desert Drought
    10. 10. Geography Area: 224,610 sq mi. 47th largest country in the world Kalahari Desert Drought Desertification- Causing 75% of the countries human and animalpopulation to be dependant on ground water
    11. 11. Geography KALAHARI DESERT Area: 224,610 sq mi 47th largest country in the world Kalahari Desert – covers 70% of land surface Drought Desertification- Causing 75% of the countries human and animalpopulation to be dependant on ground water
    12. 12. Government and Politics
    13. 13. Government and Politics Government: Parliamentary Republic
    14. 14. Government and Politics Government: Parliamentary Republic- The president is the head of state and head of government
    15. 15. Government and Politics Government: Parliamentary Republic- The president is the head of state and head of government President- Ian Khama
    16. 16. Government and Politics Government: Parliamentary Republic- The president is the head of state and head of government President- Ian Khama Vice President- Mompati Merafhe
    17. 17. Government and Politics Government: Parliamentary Republic- The president is the head of state and head of government President- Ian Khama Vice President- Mompati Merafhe Least corrupt country in Africa
    18. 18. Government and Politics Government: Parliamentary Republic- The president is the head of state and head of government President- Ian Khama Vice President- Mompati Merafhe Least corrupt country in Africa Capital City: Gaborone
    19. 19. Economy
    20. 20. Economy One of the fastest growth rates in per capita income in the World
    21. 21. Economy One of the fastest growth rates in per capita income in the World Went from one of the poorest countries to a middle class country
    22. 22. Economy One of the fastest growth rates in per capita income in the World Went from one of the poorest countries to a middle class country One of Africa’s most advanced banking systems
    23. 23. Economy One of the fastest growth rates in per capita income in the World Went from one of the poorest countries to a middle class country One of Africa’s most advanced banking systems Debswana is the largest mining company in ® Botswana
    24. 24. Economy One of the fastest growth rates in per capita income in the World Went from one of the poorest countries to a middle class country One of Africa’s most advanced banking systems Debswana is the largest mining company in ® Botswana Headquarters
    25. 25. Education
    26. 26. Education Education growth has improved a lot since independence in 1966
    27. 27. Education Education growth has improved a lot since independence in 1966 Since discovery of diamonds education enhancements have increased 69% to 83%
    28. 28. Education Education growth has improved a lot since independence in 1966 Since discovery of diamonds education enhancements have increased 69% to 83% The best students enter the University of Botswana, Botswana College of Agriculture, and Botswana Accountancy College.
    29. 29. Education Education growth has improved a lot since independence in 1966 Since discovery of diamonds education enhancements have increased 69% to 83% The best students enter the University of Botswana, Botswana College of Agriculture, and Botswana Accountancy College. Typical Botswana Classroom
    30. 30. Society and People
    31. 31. Society and People Population: 2,065,398
    32. 32. Society and People Population: 2,065,398 Languages: Setswana, Kalanga,Sekgalagadi, English and Other
    33. 33. Society and People Population: 2,065,398 Languages: Setswana, Kalanga,Sekgalagadi, English and Other
    34. 34. Society and People Population: 2,065,398 Languages: Setswana, Kalanga, Sekgalagadi, English and Other Life Expectancy: 58.78 yrs
    35. 35. Society and People Population: 2,065,398 Languages: Setswana, Kalanga, Sekgalagadi, English and Other Life Expectancy: 58.78 yrs Ethnic Groups: Kalanga, Tswana, Basarwa, White, and Kgalagardi
    36. 36. Society and People Population: 2,065,398 Languages: Setswana, Kalanga, Sekgalagadi, English and Other Life Expectancy: 58.78 yrs Ethnic Groups: Kalanga, Tswana, Basarwa, White, and Kgalagardi School life expectancy: 12 years
    37. 37. Different Religions
    38. 38. Communication
    39. 39. Communication Telephones(mobile): 2.6 million
    40. 40. Communication Telephones(mobile): 2.6 million T.V Media: TWO television stations
    41. 41. Communication Telephones(mobile): 2.6 million T.V Media: TWO television stations Internet country code is .bw
    42. 42. Communication Telephones(mobile): 2.6 million T.V Media: TWO television stations Internet country code is .bw Internet Users: 120,000
    43. 43. Communication Telephones(mobile): 2.6 million T.V Media: TWO television stations Internet country code is .bw Internet Users: 120,000
    44. 44. Transportation
    45. 45. Transportation Airports: 78
    46. 46. Transportation Airports: 78- Paved Runways: 9
    47. 47. Transportation Airports: 78- Paved Runways: 9- Unpaved Runways: 69
    48. 48. Transportation Airports: 78- Paved Runways: 9- Unpaved Runways: 69 Roads: 25,798 km
    49. 49. Transportation Airports: 78- Paved Runways: 9- Unpaved Runways: 69 Roads: 25, 798 km Railroads: 888 km
    50. 50. Transportation Airports: 78- Paved Runways: 9- Unpaved Runways: 69 Roads: 25,798 km Railroads: 88 km Drivers sit on the left
    51. 51. Transportation Airports: 78- Paved Runways: 9- Unpaved Runways: 69 Roads: 25,798 km Railroads: 888 km Drivers sit on the left Road in Botswana
    52. 52. Bibliography http://www.wikipedia.org/ http://www.botswana.com/ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/ www.gov.bw/ http://www.botswanatourism.us/ http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107353.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-13040376 http://www.lonelyplanet.com/botswana www.everyculture.com › Bo-Co www.botswana.co.za/Botswana_FAQ.../botswana-people- faq.html

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