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All about mozambique

  1. 1. All About Mozambique By: Rebecca Steinberg
  2. 2. GeographyThe total population of Mozambique 19,371,000The average temperature during January is 75degrees Fahrenheit and during June it is 53-68degrees FahrenheitThe range of elevation in Mozambique is 5000The climate zone is tropical (savanna) and dry (semi-desert)
  3. 3. Language and HistoryThe major language of Mozambique is PortugueseThe Bantu tribes settled in southern Africa in 300 A.DIn 1752, slavery beganSome slaves were sent to Brazil in the 1800’sThe Mozambican war of independence was againstthe guerrilla forces and PortugalThe war of independence officially started onSeptember 25, 1964
  4. 4. Major Problem A major problem in Mozambiqueis health. What do you meanhealth? There are many thingsthat fall under the subject health.What I mean by health is death.Deaths at birth, early deaths, ordeaths because of illnesses ordiseases. This is because thereare only 400,000 doctors. Also,the infant mortality is 133.9. Iwould love to help to solve thisproblem so Mozambiquebecomes a stronger country.
  5. 5. Solutions For Health CareOne way I could solve this problem is there needs tobe more schools or a better education system. Thisway, there can be more teachers/professors to teachstudents to become doctors.Another way to solve this problem is build morehospitals or doctor offices.
  6. 6. Regional HelpOne solution I couldchoose is to trade 2million dollars for60 doctors fromSeychellesAnother solution isto trade 10diamonds to thecountry Mauritius
  7. 7. Final Solution I offered to make an agreement with the countrySeychelles of 2 million dollars for 60 doctors. This way,the people of Mozambique could possibly have agreater life expectancy and/or lower infant mortality(how many baby’s die at birth). In addition, I could haveillnesses or diseases cured.

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