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Uganda, Rwanda and
Burundi
Created
by
Mr.
Raponi
Objectives
Students will be able to discuss how being
landlocked affects these three countries.
Students will be able to d...
Democratic
Republic of
the Congo
Kenya
Tanzania
= Uganda
= Rwanda
= Burundi
Uganda lies in the
____________________ region
of East Africa.
Uganda’s 77,050 square
miles makes it slightly
smaller than...
Climat
e
The _____________
crosses southern Uganda.
The country’s generally
high elevation keep
temperatures very mild.
In...
The
Economy
Agriculture is the most
important economic
activity in Uganda.
Fertile soil and mild
climate help crops to
gro...
Interesting Food Choice
The People
Uganda has about
____________________ people
and nearly 2/3 of the people
live in the fertile soil area.
There ...
More
People
For most of the 20th
century,
the
______________ ruled
Uganda.
After it gained its
independence in
___________...
Uganda
Rwanda and Burundi
are located deep
within East Africa.
Although these
countries lie just
________________ of
the Equator,...
Econom
y In both countries,
farmers grow tea,
coffee, beans, and
cotton.
In some spots, people
raise cattle and other
live...
Ethnic
Conflict Burundi and Rwanda are two of
the smallest and most crowded
nations in Africa.
Rwanda has an average of 80...
Tutsi Tribesmen in Rwanda
War In ___________, civil war broke out in
Rwanda between these two groups.
Hundreds of thousands of people were
killed in...
Their Homes and Becoming
Refugees
Reason Behind the
Conflict
The began with the
death of Rwandan
president Juvenal
Habyarimana, a Hutu,
when his plane was
s...
Rwanda
Question?
How do you think you would respond if you
were one of the children in Rwanda?
Ticket To Leave
A Note to a Friend
Please write a note to a friend that
explains something that you have learned
about tod...
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  2. 2. Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi Created by Mr. Raponi
  3. 3. Objectives Students will be able to discuss how being landlocked affects these three countries. Students will be able to define refugees and genocide. Students will be able to discuss the Rwandan Civil War and Genocide.  Hutu  Tutsi
  4. 4. Democratic Republic of the Congo Kenya Tanzania = Uganda = Rwanda = Burundi
  5. 5. Uganda lies in the ____________________ region of East Africa. Uganda’s 77,050 square miles makes it slightly smaller than _____________. In Southern Uganda, thick forests spread across the landscape and to the east and west, mountains form the country’s border.
  6. 6. Climat e The _____________ crosses southern Uganda. The country’s generally high elevation keep temperatures very mild. In most areas, at least ____ inches of rain falls each year. Only a few northern areas receive less than 20
  7. 7. The Economy Agriculture is the most important economic activity in Uganda. Fertile soil and mild climate help crops to grow well. Uganda’s farmers grow bananas, beans, cassava, and corn. ________________ is Uganda’s leading cash crop.
  8. 8. Interesting Food Choice
  9. 9. The People Uganda has about ____________________ people and nearly 2/3 of the people live in the fertile soil area. There you find ______________, the capital city. Uganda has more than 20 different ethnic groups, the largest and most prosperous is the ___________________
  10. 10. More People For most of the 20th century, the ______________ ruled Uganda. After it gained its independence in ___________, fighting broke out between ethnic groups in the north and the south and continued through the 1980s. Ugandans are still rebuilding their country today.
  11. 11. Uganda
  12. 12. Rwanda and Burundi are located deep within East Africa. Although these countries lie just ________________ of the Equator, higher altitudes give them a mild climate
  13. 13. Econom y In both countries, farmers grow tea, coffee, beans, and cotton. In some spots, people raise cattle and other livestock. Since both countries are ______________, they have trouble getting the goods to foreign buyers.
  14. 14. Ethnic Conflict Burundi and Rwanda are two of the smallest and most crowded nations in Africa. Rwanda has an average of 805 people per square mile, 13 times as great as Africa’s population density as a whole. The majority of the population of these two countries comes from two ethnic groups, the _________________ and the _______________.
  15. 15. Tutsi Tribesmen in Rwanda
  16. 16. War In ___________, civil war broke out in Rwanda between these two groups. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed in what is known as a _____________________, the deliberate extermination of a racial, religious, political, or cultural group. This sent more than two million people fleeing from their homes. These people became _________________________, or people who must leave their homes and find safety elsewhere.
  17. 17. Their Homes and Becoming Refugees
  18. 18. Reason Behind the Conflict The began with the death of Rwandan president Juvenal Habyarimana, a Hutu, when his plane was shot down above Kigali airport on April 6, 1994 In only 100 days, more than 800,000 Rwandans were killed, most of which belonging to the Tutsi ethnic group. It is not known whether the Tutsis had anything to do with the death of Habyarimana.
  19. 19. Rwanda
  20. 20. Question? How do you think you would respond if you were one of the children in Rwanda?
  21. 21. Ticket To Leave A Note to a Friend Please write a note to a friend that explains something that you have learned about today. Then exchange your note with someone sitting near you  

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