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According to topschoolsintheusa.com, Tanzania is a country located in East Africa, bordered by Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique. It has an area of 945,090 square kilometers and is home to a population of 59.7 million people. The terrain of Tanzania is mainly composed of highlands with its highest point being Mount Kilimanjaro at 5895 meters above sea level. The climate in Tanzania varies depending on region but is generally tropical with hot and humid conditions throughout the year. Tanzania’s education system consists of seven levels: pre-primary education (ages 3-5), primary education (ages 6-12), lower secondary education (ages 13-15), upper secondary education (ages 16-17), vocational training (ages 18+), tertiary education (ages 19+) and adult education/vocational training. All levels are provided free of charge by public schools; however private schools are also available at all levels but require tuition fees. Higher education in Tanzania is offered at universities such as University of Dar es Salaam; Sokoine University of Agriculture; Mzumbe University; Open University Of Tanzania among others. These universities offer undergraduate degrees in various fields such as business administration, engineering, law, medicine and science as well as postgraduate courses covering disciplines such as humanities, social sciences natural sciences engineering sciences and applied sciences. See topmbadirectory for Tanzania Politics and Known People.

Tanzania Modern History

Tanzania is a country located in Eastern Africa. With the capital city of DDodoma, Tanzania has a population of 59,734,229 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. Tanzania was formed in 1964 as a union between Tanganyika on the mainland and the Zanzibar archipelago. A year later, the country became a one-party state, with “socialism… Read More »

Major Cities in Tanzania

Dodoma (Tanzania) According to babyinger, Dodoma has been the capital of Tanzania since 1973. The city is located almost in the center of the country. It was founded at the end of the 19th century on the trade route from the coast to Lake Tanganyika, as one of the German colonial settlements. For tourists, the… Read More »

Tanzania Healthcare and Money

Health care Vaccinations Vaccination needed receipt required Eat Drink 4 – malaria 3 – Typhoid & Polio Yes – cholera 2 yellow fever Yes, 1 Overview There are about 2000 hospitals and clinics, some church missions have medical care stations. There are also private doctors, hospitals and health centers. However, the standard of care is… Read More »

Tanzania Cities

Tanzania borders in the northwest on Burundi and Rwanda, in the north on Uganda (partially bordered by Lake Victoria ), in the northeast on Kenya, in the east on the Indian Ocean, in the south on Mozambique, in the southwest on Malawi andZambia, in the west on the Democratic Republic of the Congo (border through… Read More »

Luxury Tent Safari & Zanzibar

Combine a luxurious tent safari in the famous Masai Mara National Park in Kenya with an absolutely wonderful relaxation on Zanzibar in Tanzania. According to ebizdir, a safari through Kenya gives you a rich opportunity to experience Africa’s wildlife up close. Embark on a journey of discovery after “The Big Five”: elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and… Read More »

Selous Game Reserve (World Heritage)

With around 55,000 km², the Selous game reserve in the south-east of the country is the largest game reserve in Africa according to ebizdir. It is the habitat for around 350 species of birds and around 1 million wild animals, including 40,000 elephants, as well as buffalo, black rhinoceros, giraffes and crocodiles. Selous Game Reserve:… Read More »