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home to a very diverse population, there are more than 200 distinct ethnic groups.
chad
home of the manned people
Senegal
home of the manned people
Mali
home of the Hausa
Niger
the place with the highest population density along the Nile River
Sudan
the western region that holds 2.7 million displaced people and is involved in a conflict between agrarian non-Arab black African Muslims and government backed militias
Darfur
headed by a male family member
patriarchal
a family made up of a husband, wife, and children
Nuclear family
The Bantu ethnic group that takes up most of the countries
Uganda and Tanzania
The Hutu ethnic group makes up the majority of the countries
Rwanda and Burundi
inland cities that have grown from trade
Kenya and Ethiopia
60 percent of the population is nomadic or seminomadic
Somalia
Has a long history that dates back to thousands of years and includes trading relationshiops with the Arabian peninsula, china, and India.
Djibouti
countries that are moving to urban areas in hopes of finding work and education
Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire, Togo, and Benin
rapid population growth is contributing to competition between herders and farmers fro natural resources including land
Nigeria
46 percent of the people live in villages
Gambia
a place moors had left for fear of being captured and enslaved
Mauritania
both countries are home to more than 200 ethnic groups
Democratic republic of Congo and Cameroon
a place where each ethnic group has its own language
Central African Republic
islands with about 200,000 people from many different ethnic groups
Sao Tome and Principe