Kenya By: Nadia Tomasini,Sabrina Alessi,Norah Wesson And Steven Morris Countries that border Kenya Countries that border Kenya One country that borders Kenya is Ethiopia. Other countries that border Kenya are Tanzania,Somalia,Uganda and Sudan. Countries that border Kenya Sudan is North West from Kenya. Ethiopia is North from Kenya. Uganda is West from Kenya. Somalia is East from Kenya. Tanzania is South from Kenya. Food that Kenya Eats There is a lot of different foods in Kenya. Meat is rarely eaten in Kenya A popular meal in Kenya in beef stew. This picture shows a waitor in Kenya serving coffee. The Flag of Kenya The flag has four different colors,which are black,red,green and white. The flag has a big oval in the center. In the oval there are hunting sticks. City in Kenya There in a lot of cities in Kenya. Hola and Homa Bay are cities in Kenya. Dadaad and Diani are cities in Kenya too. Obama in Kenya Kenya is now making a new holiday to celebrate Obamas victory. They celebrate because Obamas father came from Kenya. Maybe that is why he is an African American. Wildlife in Kenya The stingray lives in Kenya. It can kill anyone . THE COMMON WIG FOR YOUR EAR The earwig lives in Kenya. It looks like a beatle but is not Wildlife The shark lives in Kenya. Lakes in Kenya LAKE VICTORIA If you live near lake Victoria you eat of lots fish Lake Victoria sticks in Kenya a little bit Most important Lake The most important lake is lake Tana Lake Tana flows to the Indian ocean Kenyas Religions 38 percent of people in Kenya are Protestant 28 percent of people in Kenya are Animist 28 percent of people in Kenya are Roman Catholic 7 percent of people in Kenya are Muslim The Culture of Ghana Michael Chen, Owen Sullivan, Zoe Antell, Destinee Castillo What Languages Do They Speak The official Language of Ghana is English. There are about 75 different tribes and each tribe has a different language. Some tribe languages are: Twi Fa Hausa Dogbani Ewe Asante Nzema Ghanaian Celebrations People in Ghana celebrate Independence Day on March 6th. They can watch Parades and sing Ghanas National Anthem to celebrate Durbar is an important part of traditional celebration. It starts with a parade through the village. Ghanaian Holidays Some other holidays are: Workers Day (May 1) Republic Day (July 1) Revolution Day (Dec. 31) Education in Ghana Children in Ghana go to grade school for 6 years. Ghana has 18,530 primary schools, 8,850 junior secondary schools, 900 senior secondary schools, 28 trade colleges, 20 Tech Institutions, 4 Diploma, 6 public universities and over 10 Private Universities Ghanas Natural Resources The Natural resources are: Gold Timber Industrial Diamonds Buxite Fish Manganese Silver, Salt and Limestone Nigeria the culture Mathew Coudert, Jordyn Staff Jake Miller, Luca DeNicola FOOD Foods are important in partys Restraints are too expensive for the average Nigerian Some Nigerians only eat traditional foods Culture Nigeria is the most populated country in Africa The economy is the fastest in the world Nature Nigeria is a rainy place 40-60 inches of rain each year in the rain forest Many animals live in Nigeria like the jackal,the millipede, the gecko,the honey bee. They use blue die to make clothes They wear head dresses In celebrations they wear quarter sleeve shirts. SENAGAL Jackson Liss, Chloe Blumberg, Daniel McManus, Sam Sommers How do they live? The climate in Senegal is very hot Foul language is illegal public Fishing and farming are important in Senegal Fishing and farming is very important in Senegal CULTURE Location Senegal has a Saint Louis like U.S.A Senegal is located 15 longitude 15 latitude Senegal is on the west side of Africa What activities do they do? Glass painting is a new popular art People learn the traditional dance at a very young age Goldsmiths produce jewelry HISTORY The area that is today Senegal once was part of the west African Empire of Mali,Ghana and Tekrur. History of Senegal The republic of Senegal became independent in1960 after three centuries EDUCATION Men have to shake hands and the women have to bow down The Senegals schools have advanced levels The boys and the girls can go to the same schools EDUCATION Senegal has a lot of private schools Some schools are free Different grades study different subjects EDUCATION Before the kids go to school the kids play with their friends When the kids listen to their elders. They get to the high grades When they get older the rules get harder South Africa The Culture Alysa Hasegawa, William Soe, Juliet Godwin, Imaan Hoque History South Africa was with segregation South Africa fought in a war through 1899 to 1902 Dance South African dancers dance at a lot of festivals. South Africa has unique dances South Africa South Africa Foods South African Food Their food consists of the traditionally simple fare of starches and meats. The gift and provision of food ,centering on the ritual slaughtering of livestock are central to all rights of passage and notable occasions in black communities. South Africas Sports RUGBY Rugby is a lot like football. The only protective gear the players wear are shin guards and a mouth guards. Rugby is a rough game where players tackle each other for the ball. Netball Netball is very popular in South Africa for school girls and women. There are 7 players on a team. Soccer Kid in Africa play soccer often. They play where ever there is an open space. They use a soccer ball if they have one but any round object will do.