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it goes through central africa
Central Africa, region of Africa that straddles the Equator and is drained largely by the Congo River system.
It comprises, according to common definitions.
the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville), the Central African Republic.
and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa);
Gabon is usually included along with the Central African Republic because of their common historical ties.
both of these countries having once been part of French Equatorial Africa.
Rwanda and Burundi, although they are located east of the East African Rift System.
which forms the eastern divide of the Congo basin.
are also often considered part of the region because of their long administrative connections with the former Belgian Congo (now Congo [Kinshasa]).
The island republic of São Tomé and Príncipe, off the Atlantic coast of Gabon, is also included in the region.
The landscapes of Central Africa are most often wide plateaus
which are smooth in the central part and etched at the periphery.
The interior basin of the Congo River is joined to the Atlantic Ocean.
by a narrow neck traversing ridges parallel to the coast. The basin contains some marshlands in the region where the Congo.
Ubangi, Likouala, and Sangha rivers converge .
and where Lakes Mai-Ndombe and Tumba are found. Its major part.
however, consists of drier surfaces (low plateaus or alluvial terraces).
Higher plateaus, which extend through older sedimentary strata around the centre of the Congo basin, reach an elevation of 2,600 to 3,000 feet.
(790 to 900 metres) north of Brazzaville
and exceed 3,000 feet near the Angolan border to the south.
In the north a low divide (2,000–2,300 feet [610–700 metres]) separates the Congo River and its tributaries from the Chad basin.
The landscape beyond the divide descends by steps toward Lake Chad. Southwest and south of the Chaillu Massif .
(3,000–3,300 feet [900–1,005 metres]) in Gabon and Congo (Brazzaville) are ridges, traversed through deep.
and narrow gorges by the Kouilou and Congo.
East of this complex the Congo River has eroded a broad basin.
known as Malebo Pool, into the upper sedimentary strata before cutting rapids farther downstream.
Central African Republic
CAR declares unilateral ceasefire in fight with armed groups
Armed groups control large swaths of CAR, and about a quarter of nearly 5 million population has been displaced.
Why is Central African Republic struggling to find peace?
Attacks by armed groups have increased in the Central African Republic as the state of emergency is due to expire.
Six civilians killed, several wounded in CAR rebel attack
UN says casualties caused as 3R armed group launched ‘large-scale attack’ on army positions in a northeastern village.
Russia denies its personnel involved in CAR killings
Kremlin’s rejection comes after the US, UK and France accused Russian military contractors of committing rights abuses.
MSF convoy attacked in Central African Republic, woman killed
Medical charity says female caretaker killed and three others wounded in an ambush by armed men.
Central African Republic
Portal looks at what is going on in the Central African Republic and features personal stories of survival and hope.
Visualising 70 years of refugee journeys
On World Refugee Day, Al Jazeera looks at the painful journeys refugees were forced on in 2020 despite global pandemic.
Henri Marie Dondra named Central African Republic prime minister
Chad accuses CAR of killing six of its soldiers
Central African Republic
(Communauté Économique et Monétaire de l’Afrique Centrale – CEMAC).
the Central African Republic, Gabon, Cameroon
Chad, Equatorial Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, are some of the richest countries in Africa in terms of mineral resources.
Extremely wide income and prosperity gaps are impeding inclusive growth, even in the countries with a high per capita income.
in the region to use resource revenue as a means of promoting development.
The roots of these conflicts can often be traced back to poor governance in the extractive industries……
International organisations, businesses and civil society representatives
Appropriate steps are to be taken to close the gap between resource wealth and widespread poverty. In 2008, the CEMAC Commission.
which is based in the Central African Republic, requested the Federal Republic of Germany to advise it on this issue.
On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development .
(BMZ), GIZ is therefore implementing a programme in Central Africa’s resource sector.
The support from GIZ aims to build the CEMAC Commission’s institutional capacities.
and improve the advisory services that it provides to member states.
What goes through Central Africa?
The Sao civilization flourished from ca. the 6th century BCE to as late as the 16th century CE in northern Central Africa. The Sao lived by the Chari River south of Lake Chad in territory that later became part of Cameroon and Chad.
- RESOURCE: WIKIPEDIA
. Many Central African countries are among the poorest in the world.
we provide programmes for sustainable development in various relevant sectors.
Central Africa is rich in natural resources and contains the second largest tropical forest area in the world.
Wealthy countries in the region
Central Africa’s main development challenges are:
fostering peace, security and stability
preserving the fragile ecosystems and ensuring their sustainable use and development
climate change and illegal trafficking of fauna and flora
diversifying economies and improving food production
promoting a better investment climate, an integrated.
Congo Republic – Brazzaville, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, São Tomé & Principe.
This region covers the equator and contains the Congo Basin, with the second largest rainforest in the world. Oil is a leading export of the region.
Other country subdivsions include those arranged by the African Development Bank Group and the African Union.
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