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About Botswana:

Botswana or the Republic of is a country located in sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa. Is protected by a British precedent known as Bachuana Land and Botswana adopted its new name after it was independent within the Commonwealth of Nations on September 30, 1966. held free and fair democratic elections since independence. Geographically, the country is flat and most of them (70%) the Kalahari Desert. It is bordered by South Africa to the south and southeast, Namibia to the west and north, and Zimbabwe to the northeast. Meets Zambia at one point.

Botswana is one of the greatest development in the world’s success stories. The country’s small and landlocked, home to some 1.9 million people and was one of the poorest countries in Africa with a GDP per capita of US $ 70 at independence from Britain in 1966. In the four decades that followed independence, Botswana itself moved into the ranks of middle-income homeowners to become one of the fastest-growing economies in the world in terms of an average annual growth rate of about 9%.

Botswana’s track record in the area of good governance and economic growth with the support of prudent financial management of the macroeconomy, which stands in contrast to the high levels in the country out of poverty and inequality and generally low human development indicators. While economic development in Botswana in improving the living standards contributed over the past forty years, about two-thirds of the population, the remaining third had failed to economic growth.

Of Education’s share of the gross domestic product of about 10%, is also important, including the provision of free education to almost all the educational achievements. But the results of this spending has not established skills and manpower needed by Botswana. High unemployment of the limits of approximately 20% and household incomes in rural areas is much lower than in urban areas, despite the decline in the poverty rate in rural areas, but it remains very high in urban areas. As a result, income inequality in Botswana is one of the highest in the world. The pandemic of HIV / AIDS has exacerbated the situation where the country has the second-highest prevalence of HIV among adults in the world rate, and that the outcome of education, health and lower than those of countries in the same income group.

Botswana Flag:

Botswana flags have three colors. It symbolizes the color blue light into the water, especially rainwater The colors black and white Vermzan to racial harmony in the country and also to symbolize the animal zebra on the country’s motto. The color blue symbolizes both the sky and water and rain and comes from the Coat of arms of Botswana, where is “It may give rain” written. The stripes in white and black, which is also at the zebras, find out which are the shield bearers of the emblem, represent the harmony between the various ethnic groups. As a landlocked country without access to navigable waters, Botswana has no maritime flags. See the Botswana Flag picture in HD here. 

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Botswana General Information & Profile:

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Capital: Gaborone

Official language: Setswana, English

Religion: Christianity

Area: 581,730 km2

Population: 2,155,784 (2014)

Currency: Pula (BWP)

Time zone: Central Africa Time (UTC+2)

Calling code: +267

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