"Burkina Faso's Wells" - Nouria

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"Burkina Faso's Wells" - Nouria

  1. 1. Water Source Of Life Water In Burkina-Faso Nouria Bonkoungou Hunter College L’EAU
  2. 2. Let’s learn some Moree Good morning ! Ne y Yibeoogo Mam yuur la Nouria! Mam yuur la Stephanie!
  3. 3. Púsgo né y yíbeoogó! Good Morning fò ʋr là boìn? What is your name? fó yità yè? Where do you come from? Salutation né y yíbeoogó! Good Morning màn ʋrlà Nouria. My name is Nouria. màm yita Fràncé I am from BurkinaFaso
  4. 4. What color is Burkina-Faso? 1. Green 2. Yellow 3. Red 4. Orange 5. Purple
  5. 5. Capital Economic Capital
  6. 6. What does the name “Burkina Faso” mean? BURKINA MEN OF INTEGRITY FASO FATHERLAND Previous Name before 1960 Independence : Republic of Upper-Volta
  7. 7. BURKINA is Famous For….. SIAO (International Art and Craft Fair, Ouagadougou)
  8. 8. FESPACO (The Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou) is the largest African film festival, held biennially in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. The festival is the biggest regular cultural event on the African continent and it mostly focuses on the African film and African filmmakers.
  9. 9. LANGUAGES! DID YOU KNOW? Burkina-Faso is a multilingual country About 69 languages are spoken by tribes or ethnic groups Some languages are dying French is the national language ( spoken everywhere in the country and used in school and to represent the country internationally
  10. 10. FOOD/ DISHES
  11. 11. MY FAMILY MY FAMILY
  12. 12. WATER IN BURKINA-FASO RUNNING WATER/ RAIN MARIGOT WELLS WATER PUMPS
  13. 13. WATER USE Mainly used for agriculture ( growing crops, rearing) Domestic ( drinking, cooking, etc.) Factories
  14. 14. WATER ISSUES in BURKINA FASO People walk miles to get water in some villages especially in the North because of the proximity to the Sahara Desert.
  15. 15. GAME TIME! Instructions: Roll the Dice! Snakes: Go DOWN! Ladders: Go UP! Groups of 3-4 people (Take Turns!)
  16. 16. MY WATER TIMELINE
  17. 17. SOLUTIONS TO WATER PROBLEMS? DISCUSSION
  18. 18. END AND ACKNOLEDGMENT

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