Geography 19-20

Geography 19-20 - 75-80% Southern Africa highest rate Kenya...

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Program 19- Strength to Overcome Apartheid - homelands - land reform - GPA Global Positioning System April 1994- 1 st democratic election South Africa- AParheid- blacks Minimal rainfall White minority controlled 85% of the land Land reform brought rabrantic times 1995, 396 Africans purchased this land Poverty, underdevelopment Kenya -hiv/aids Medical geography Disease diffusion Migration to urban areas 2 million in Kenya HIV 100,000 children HIV Mid 20’s to mid 40’s Malaria 300 million on continent Sahara,Africa (up) 1994, 40 million world hiv/aids/ 28 million sub-sarharen
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Unformatted text preview: 75-80% Southern Africa highest rate Kenya 1987, Mombesa, Kismu, Naiobi 1990, rate rised, climbed in rural areas 1993 rate grew Passed to unborn children 15% 60-49 years lifespan in Kenya,2000 Ukweli Juu ya Ukmwi 1999 national disaster Uganda 13% worlds in africa 70% Program 20- Developing Countries Ivy coast Cote dlvoire-climatic and ecological zones-agricultural commodities-ethnic and religious conflicts 100,000 people in Yamoussourkro Small businesses formed Abidjan most wealth Cars clothes food stuff were exported...
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