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    1500s, the Portuguese were the first Europeans to travel to Africa, and colonize it. After many years more Europeans began to travel to Africa and colonize it also. The European imperialism in Africa had a negative impact in the 1500s to 1967. Many of the effects of imperialism were shown in the different countries and regions throughout Africa. The impacts of imperialism were most severe in South Africa, Congo, and West Africa. In South Africa, there was a lot of conflict between the natives, Boers

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    AIDS in Africa

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    AIDS in Africa I. Introduction In 1983, the first report indicating that wealthy Africans were seeking medical treatment for AIDS in Europe, was published in a medical journal. What the world did not know at that time, was that AIDS had been spreading rapidly through parts of central Africa for years. Furthermore, no one ever imagined that, by the end of the year 1997, an estimated 30.6 million persons in the world would be infected with HIV, the virus causing AIDS, with the majority of

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    South Africa

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    South Africa The Republic of South Africa is located on the southern tip of the continent of Africa. It is slightly less than twice the size of Texas, about 1,223,201 square kilometers. Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland run from west to east along South Africa’s northern border. The country of Lesotho lies entirely within the borders of South Africa and is completely landlocked. The South Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean surround the southern coast. South Africa is divided

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    AIDS In Africa

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    AIDS in Africa Spreading rampant throughout the African continent, AIDS is killing any and all who cross its path. “As the death toll from AIDS recedes in America, Africa is reeling from an epidemic of Biblical proportions. South of the Sahara, AIDS is worse than anywhere else in the world, and this catastrophe is transforming the continent forever” (Schoofs part 5). Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, better known as AIDS “is a virus that weakens the immune system and subjects the patient

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    China’s Investment in Africa

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    CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION 2 II. HISTORY OF CHINA IN AFRICA 4 III. THE POSITIVE OUTCOMES 6 IV. CAUSE FOR WORRY 10 V. CONCLUDING THOUGHTS 13 BIBLIOGRAPHY 14 I. INTRODUCTION In the global media and especially in the US print media, there is hardly a single day that

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    World Hunger In Africa

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    hunger is not a common issue, however, in underdeveloped countries majority of the population is affected by hunger. Africa is one of the major underdeveloped countries that struggles to maintain an adequate food supply to feed the population. Leaders of the United Nations set a goal to end world hunger by 2030 (Associated Press). Many people believe hunger will be resolved once Africa increases its agricultural productivity, however people have failed to understand it is the efficiency of biotechnology

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    Hunger In Africa Essay

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    affected much of Africa with its vital epidemic. The main causes of hunger in Africa are the change in climate, the government, growing population but most important poverty. Many people in Africa don't have jobs and for that reason they don't have enough money to buy food for their families. As Director General, Jose Graziano da Silva suggested, the decision to end hunger needs to be taken by society as a whole, not by a single organization or a single government. Hunger is spreading in Africa including

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    like this are Africa and China. The two aren’t even remotely close together, but had similar ways of living, both with their own touch on it, relative specifically to their cultures. These differences and similarities are shown through religion, their social set-up, trade, and social classes. One of the biggest ways to compare and contrast Africa and China is through trade. Trade was very important to both cultures. Africa was basically built on trade. Trade began to grow in Africa in Ghana and

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    A Case Study Africa

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    Study Africa? The location and vast array of natural resources in Africa have led it to settled and exploited by many Asian and European countries in the past. The events in Africa’s past have greatly influenced its political, social, and economic well being today. Africa is situated below the continent of Europe and is west of the continent of Asia. It is boarded on its north coast by the Mediterranean sea and lies in between the Atlantic and Indian oceans. Because Africa is almost

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    The craftiness of colonialism on Africa changed its history forever but there were good and bad effects because they built schools and improved medical care but they also had segregated benefits and resource drainage. During the colonization period in Africa there really was not many positive impacts of colonialism on Africa except modernization. Colonialism took modernization to regions of the world that were technologically undeveloped. Modernization plans contained stuff like building railroads

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