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  1. LOGISTICS - Field Trips • Monday mornings: Nov 5th, 12th, 19th • - travel in two • rental vans • 10 participants in each van • lottery in Class 5 for all three trips • - $15 for transport & drinks • - bring sack lunch • (drinks provided) • - MORE LATER . . . .

  2. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 Vagabonds Tramping Through East Africa

  3. EAST AFRICA - Session 1

  4. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 NORTHEAST AFRICA Egypt, North/South Sudan WHAT’S AHEAD? U.N. GEOGRAPHIC REGION Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda Rwanda, Burundi Zimbabwe, Zambia,Malawi Mozabique 6 ISLANDS: Mauritius, Comoros Madagascar, Reunion, Mayotte, Sehchelles

  5. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 Week 6: Ancient people & Nile River Egypt WHAT’S AHEAD? Week 5: Masai Mara & Rift Valley Week 4: Chimpanzees & Laetoli footprints Kenya Week 3: Mt. Kilimanjaro & Serengeti Tanzania Week 2: Victoria Falls & Zambezi River Zimbabwe Week 1: living & traveling in Africa

  6. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 Egypt WHAT’S AHEAD? Kenya Tanzania ANGOLA Zimbabwe SOUTH AFRICA Week 1: living & traveling in Africa living in Africa

  7. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 Egypt WHAT’S AHEAD? living in Africa Kenya Tanzania ANGOLA Zimbabwe SOUTH AFRICA

  8. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 compare & contrast WHAT’S AHEAD?

  9. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 WEEK 2 WEEK 6 WEEK 1 WEEK 3 WEEK 5 compare & contrast WHAT’S AHEAD?

  10. EAST AFRICA - Session 1 living in Africa . . . Egypt living in Africa Kenya Tanzania ANGOLA Zimbabwe SOUTH AFRICA

  11. living in Africa . . . ANGOLA 1996-2002 1992-2000 2005 SOUTH AFRICA

  12. living in Africa . . . Luanda, Angola ANGOLA 2005 SOUTH AFRICA

  13. living in Africa . . . LUANDA, ANGOLA ANGOLA ANGOLA

  14. LUANDA, ANGOLA - capital of Angola - population: 5 million - most inhabitants are tribal: Ovimbundu Kimbundu Bakongo - small population of Portuguese - small population of expatriates WHY??? - most expensive city in world

  15. LUANDA, ANGOLA February 1, 2012 - no infrastructure - all goods must be imported - massive housing shortage most expensive city in the world! WHY???

  16. LUANDA, ANGOLA 5 MILLION people 2002 - land mines in rural areas 1992-2002 ~350,000 people 10-20 million mines! 1975

  17. LUANDA, ANGOLA - land mines in rural areas - wartime migration 70,000 amputees

  18. LUANDA, ANGOLA - land mines in rural areas - wartime migration - abandoned war orphans 1.2 million orphans

  19. LUANDA, ANGOLA - land mines in rural areas - wartime migration - abandoned war orphans - returning soldiers >100,000 ex-soldiers

  20. LUANDA, ANGOLA - land mines in rural areas - wartime migration - abandoned war orphans - returning soldiers - job opportunities

  21. LUANDA, ANGOLA job opportunities brought us to Luanda, too . . • we both worked for a major oil company • on-going civil war during our entire tenure • company provided housing, utilities, • vehicles, & 24-hour guards • years of ’28-28 rotational’ assignment

  22. LUANDA, ANGOLA ‘rotational’ apartment . . . . shared with an ‘opposite’ Staff house . . . for meals and laundry

  23. LUANDA, ANGOLA job opportunities brought us to Luanda, too . . • we both worked for a major oil company • on-going civil war during our entire tenure • company provided housing, utilities, • vehicles, & 24-hour guards • years of ’28-28 rotational assignment’ - final years as full-time residents

  24. LUANDA, ANGOLA Sandi’s apartment overlooking Atlantic . . . and the slums

  25. LUANDA, ANGOLA MinPet apartment building

  26. LUANDA, ANGOLA Sandi’s apartment – $$$ renovation

  27. LUANDA, ANGOLA Sandi’s apartment

  28. LUANDA, ANGOLA Sandi’s apartment

  29. LUANDA, ANGOLA Sandi’s apartment view

  30. LUANDA, ANGOLA Sandi’s apartment view - back

  31. LUANDA, ANGOLA Rocky’s house Sandi’s apartment

  32. LUANDA, ANGOLA Rocky’s house

  33. LUANDA, ANGOLA Rocky’s house

  34. LUANDA, ANGOLA ANGOLA - STATISTICS - size: 481,000 sq miles (2X Texas) • demographics • - population: 18 million • indigenous tribes . . . . 95% • mixed . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3% • white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2% • median age. . . . . . . . 18 yrs • life expectancy . . . . . 38 yrs • official language: Portuguese

  35. ANGOLA - STATISTICS • religions: • Roman Catholic . . . . . . . . 64% • other Christian. . . . . . . . . 24% • indigenous (tribal) . . . . . . 7% • education: (major deficits in education) • - literacy. . . . . . . . . . . 40-65% • - complete primary. . . . . 35% • annual income: • - extreme poverty. . . . . . 20% • - below poverty line. . . . 68%

  36. ANGOLA - STATISTICS • per capita GDP . . . . . . . $9,000 US • economy: • - arable land . . . . . . . . . . . . 3% • - rich in oil, diamonds, gold, fish & forests • - land mines make development difficult 11% GDP – diamond mining 85% GDP – oil production - member OPEC since 2007 - 1.9MBPD (million barrels/day)

  37. STATISTICAL COMPARISONS

  38. STATISTICAL COMPARISONS

  39. LUANDA, ANGOLA Cape Town, South Africa ANGOLA Cape Town, S.A. SOUTH AFRICA

  40. Cape Town, South Africa SOUTH AFRICA

  41. Cape Town, South Africa - population 3.5 million • languages • Afrikaans . . . . . . . 41% • Xhosha. . . . . . . . . 29% • English. . . . . . . . . 28% • other tribal . . . . . 2% • median annual income: $3,300 US - unemployment: 19.4%

  42. Cape Town, South Africa Bantry Bay

  43. Cape Town, South Africa Bantry Bay • lived in South Africa in 2002 • found apartment via internet search • rented a small car for transportation

  44. Cape Town, South Africa overlooking Atlantic Bantry Bay on edge of Table Mt.

  45. Cape Town, South Africa Table Mountain

  46. Cape Town, South Africa Atlantic Ocean beaches Lion’s Head of Table Mountain our apartment

  47. Cape Town, South Africa

  48. Cape Town, South Africa SOUTH AFRICA - STATSTICS - size: 471,011 sq miles (2X Texas) - size: 471,011 sq miles (2X Texas) - capital: Pretoria • demographics (the rainbow nation) • - population: 49 million • Tribal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79% • ‘colored’. . . . . . . . . . . . 9% • white . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9% • other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2% • median age. . . . . . . . 24 yrs • life expectancy . . . . . 50 yrs

  49. SOUTH AFRICA - STATSTICS • official language: 11 languages • home spoken: Zulu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24% • Xhosa . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18% • Afrikaans . . . . . . . . . . 13% • English . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8% • other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37% • religions: • Christian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80% • Tribal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15% • other. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5% • education: • - literacy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96% • - complete primary. . . . . 77%

  50. SOUTH AFRICA - STATSTICS • per capita GDP . . . . . . $10,100US • economy: • - arable land . . . . . . . . . . 12% • - rich in coal, platium, gold • - no appreciable oil/gas Let’s compare South Africa & Angola . . . 6% GDP – diamond/gold mining 12% GDP – tourism