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- located on the western coast of Africa
- called: federal Repucliv of Nigeria
- capital: Abuja, biggest (and most important)

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general facts - located on the western coast of Africa - called: federal Repucliv of Nigeria - capital: Abuja, biggest (and most important) city: Lagos - President: Muhammadu Buhari - official language: English - population: 206 630 269 Mio. - HDI: 0,539 → very low - disparities between the regions: →north: very poor - southern regions: wealthier → harbour in the south →→work → more attractive - political system: preventative democratic republic ECONOMY - biggest oil production in Africa (opportunity to make money) - environmental pollution: oil leaks and fish die - half of Nigerians work in the service sector - a lot of profit from oil exports and film industry → nevertheless: a large part of the population lives in poverty SOCIETY - worlds 3rd highest population after India & China -primary education at age 6+ lasts for 6 years → secondary eduction is free for 3 years - 400 universities in Nigeria - over 50% of the population are Muslim, about 48% are Christians of various denominations CULTURE - over 50 languages, multiple ethnic groups - food: traditionally African carbohydrates - music: different kinds of folk- and popular music - Nollywood: film industry in Nigeria →in the 1990s the Nigerian film industry became very important for the whole of Africa - favourite sport: soccer NIGERIA the darker, the poorer THE SLUMS - more than 82 million Nigerians live on less than 1$ a day 40%...

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of people in Nigeria live i poverty (even tho Nigeria has the strongest economy in Africa) A slum is an area of a city where living conditions are very bad and where the houses are in bad condition; a shantytown and highly populated urban residential area; many run-down-houses. - there are more than 100 slums in Nigeria - no/bad infrastructure - causes: lack of guidance from officials, rapid urbanisation in developing country MAKOKO - on a lagoon near Lagos - inhabited by migrants from Badagary and Republic of Benin - used to be a small fishing village - Black Venice (Venice of Africa) - 85 000 to 250 000 inhabitants (hard to count) - social issues: floating school → coasts 10$ per month → only 100 students can go here - people there have no access to clean water/electricity - wastewater etc. goes straight into the water they are living on CHALLENGES - growing population causes several problems: poverty, the inability to prove food 43% of the population are under 15; 27% under 30 → very young population - inequality between men and women - batting Organizer crime, child labour and female genitale mutilation - religious tension between the two major groups is rising → religious fundamentalism - environmental problems: oil spills pose a serious environmental threat, waste management is a problem, pollution of both waterways and groundwater - terrorism is another problem: Boko Haram Biafran conflict between the two major ethnic groups (Igbo and Yoruba) problems remain unresolved Nigeria CONNECTION TO OTHER TOPICS Britain (colonialism, culture and language) Dystopia & Utopia (Nollywood - Hollywood) -Globalization (English language, trade & open markets) -Shakespeare (inspiration - Nollywood, class systems) visions of the future (historic developments vs. future, religion) American Dream (achieve what you want (conflict!))

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Abi Lernzettel - Nigeria

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- located on the western coast of Africa
- called: federal Repucliv of Nigeria
- capital: Abuja, biggest (and most important)

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Cool, mit dem Lernzettel konnte ich mich richtig gut auf meine Klassenarbeit vorbereiten. Danke 👍👍

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general facts - located on the western coast of Africa - called: federal Repucliv of Nigeria - capital: Abuja, biggest (and most important) city: Lagos - President: Muhammadu Buhari - official language: English - population: 206 630 269 Mio. - HDI: 0,539 → very low - disparities between the regions: →north: very poor - southern regions: wealthier → harbour in the south →→work → more attractive - political system: preventative democratic republic ECONOMY - biggest oil production in Africa (opportunity to make money) - environmental pollution: oil leaks and fish die - half of Nigerians work in the service sector - a lot of profit from oil exports and film industry → nevertheless: a large part of the population lives in poverty SOCIETY - worlds 3rd highest population after India & China -primary education at age 6+ lasts for 6 years → secondary eduction is free for 3 years - 400 universities in Nigeria - over 50% of the population are Muslim, about 48% are Christians of various denominations CULTURE - over 50 languages, multiple ethnic groups - food: traditionally African carbohydrates - music: different kinds of folk- and popular music - Nollywood: film industry in Nigeria →in the 1990s the Nigerian film industry became very important for the whole of Africa - favourite sport: soccer NIGERIA the darker, the poorer THE SLUMS - more than 82 million Nigerians live on less than 1$ a day 40%...

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of people in Nigeria live i poverty (even tho Nigeria has the strongest economy in Africa) A slum is an area of a city where living conditions are very bad and where the houses are in bad condition; a shantytown and highly populated urban residential area; many run-down-houses. - there are more than 100 slums in Nigeria - no/bad infrastructure - causes: lack of guidance from officials, rapid urbanisation in developing country MAKOKO - on a lagoon near Lagos - inhabited by migrants from Badagary and Republic of Benin - used to be a small fishing village - Black Venice (Venice of Africa) - 85 000 to 250 000 inhabitants (hard to count) - social issues: floating school → coasts 10$ per month → only 100 students can go here - people there have no access to clean water/electricity - wastewater etc. goes straight into the water they are living on CHALLENGES - growing population causes several problems: poverty, the inability to prove food 43% of the population are under 15; 27% under 30 → very young population - inequality between men and women - batting Organizer crime, child labour and female genitale mutilation - religious tension between the two major groups is rising → religious fundamentalism - environmental problems: oil spills pose a serious environmental threat, waste management is a problem, pollution of both waterways and groundwater - terrorism is another problem: Boko Haram Biafran conflict between the two major ethnic groups (Igbo and Yoruba) problems remain unresolved Nigeria CONNECTION TO OTHER TOPICS Britain (colonialism, culture and language) Dystopia & Utopia (Nollywood - Hollywood) -Globalization (English language, trade & open markets) -Shakespeare (inspiration - Nollywood, class systems) visions of the future (historic developments vs. future, religion) American Dream (achieve what you want (conflict!))