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Swahili is the national language

In Tanzania

SOME STARTLING STATISTICS


Tanzania

U.K

Population

41+ Million

61.1 million

Literacy Rate

69.4%

99%

Life Expectancy

52.1 years

79.1 years

%Population over 65

2.9%

16.2%

Infant Mortality Rate

70.46/1000 live births

4.85/1000 live births

Median Age

18 years

40.2 years

H.I.V. prevalence

6.2% (12th in world)

0.2%

Living with H.I.V./A.I.Ds

1.4+ million

96,000

H.I.V./A.I.Ds deaths

96,000 (7th in world)

< 500

Agriculture provides 85% of all exports

Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture Agriculture


Faraja Support wishes to recommend

Focus in Africa for safari and Mount Kilimanjaro. This company has assisted us on many occasions and recently planned and executed our successful fundraising climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.

For further information contact:


Info@focusinafrica.com

There are approximately 130 different tribes in Tanzania

30% of the population are Christian, 35% Muslim and 35% practice indigenous beliefs

Dar-es-Salam  is the

Commercial capital of Tanzania

Dodoma is the administrative  Capital of Tanzania

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SAFARI IN TANZANIA


 Tanzania is a very beautiful country with a fantastic range of wildlife.


For bird lovers there are over 1100 recorded species.


There are many safari areas including the world famous Serengeti National Park.


Other parks include Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Selous and Tarangire..


The “BIG FIVE” can be seen in many parks.  

THE BIG FIVE

 LION            LEOPARD             RHINO             BUFFALO          ELEPHANT

THE SMALL FIVE

 Antlion     Leopard Tortoise   Rhinoceros Beetle   Buffalo Weaver Bird    Elephant Shrew


The currency is the Tanzanian Shilling - 3300 = £1.00


We have short rains in November and long rains from April to May


Arusha is the third largest city in Tanzania


Mount Meru is Kilimanjaro’s baby sister


There are 90 - 100 children in a government school class


Mobile phones are the main method of communication