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4potential support ratio: 18. 4 (2020 est. )total dependency ratio: 85. 9youth dependency ratio: 81elderly dependency ratio: 4. 9potential support ratio: 20. ) Government Country nameconventional long form: Republic of Rwandaconventional short form: Rwandalocal long form: Republika y'u Rwandalocal short form: Rwandaformer: Ruanda, German East Africaetymology: the name translates as "domain" in the native Kinyarwanda languageconventional long form: United Republic of Tanzaniaconventional short form: Tanzanialocal long form: Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzanialocal short form: Tanzaniaformer: German East Africa, Trust Territory of Tanganyika, United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibaretymology: the country's name is a combination of the first letters of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, the two states that merged to form Tanzania in 1964 Government typepresidential republicpresidential republic Capitalname: Kigaligeographic coordinates: 1 57 S, 30 03 Etime difference: UTC+2 (7 hours ahead of Washington, DC, during Standard Time)etymology: the city takes its name from nearby Mount Kigali; the name "Kigali" is composed of the Bantu prefix "ki" and the Rwandan "gali" meaning "broad" and likely refers to the broad, sprawling hill that has been dignified with the title of "mount"name: Dar es Salaam (administrative capital), Dodoma (legislative capital); note - Dodoma was designated the national capital in 1996 and serves as the meeting place for the National Assembly; Dar es Salaam remains the de facto capital, the country's largest city and commercial center, and the site of the executive branch offices and diplomatic representation; the government contends that it will complete the transfer of the executive branch to Dodoma by 2020geographic coordinates: 6 48 S, 39 17 Etime difference: UTC+3 (8 hours ahead of Washington, DC, during Standard Time)etymology: Dar es Salaam was the name given by Majid bin Said, the first sultan of Zanzibar, to the new city he founded on the Indian Ocean coast; the Arabic name is commonly translated as "abode/home of peace"; Dodoma, in the native Gogo language, means "it has sunk"; supposedly, one day during the rainy season, an elephant drowned in the area; the villagers in that place were so struck by what had occurred, that ever since the locale has been referred to as the place where "it (the elephant) sunk" Administrative divisions4 provinces (in French - provinces, singular - province; in Kinyarwanda - intara for singular and plural) and 1 city* (in French - ville; in Kinyarwanda - umujyi); Est (Eastern), Kigali*, Nord (Northern), Ouest (Western), Sud (Southern)31 regions; Arusha, Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, Geita, Iringa, Kagera, Kaskazini Pemba (Pemba North), Kaskazini Unguja (Zanzibar North), Katavi, Kigoma, Kilimanjaro, Kusini Pemba (Pemba South), Kusini Unguja (Zanzibar Central/South), Lindi, Manyara, Mara, Mbeya, Mjini Magharibi (Zanzibar Urban/West), Morogoro, Mtwara, Mwanza, Njombe, Pwani (Coast), Rukwa, Ruvuma, Shinyanga, Simiyu, Singida, Songwe, Tabora, Tanga Independence1 July 1962 (from Belgium-administered UN trusteeship)26 April 1964 (Tanganyika united with Zanzibar to form the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar); 29 October 1964 (renamed United Republic of Tanzania); notable earlier dates: 9 December 1961 (Tanganyika became independent from UK-administered UN trusteeship); 10 December 1963 (Zanzibar became independent from UK) National holidayIndependence Day, 1 July (1962)Union Day (Tanganyika and Zanzibar), 26 April (1964) Constitutionhistory: several previous; latest adopted by referendum 26 May 2003, effective 4 June 2003amendments: proposed by the president of the republic (with Council of Ministers approval) or by two-thirds majority vote of both houses of Parliament; passage requires at least three-quarters majority vote in both houses; changes to constitutional articles on national sovereignty, the presidential term, the form and system of government, and political pluralism also require approval in a referendum; amended several times, last in 2015history: several previous; latest adopted 25 April 1977; note - progress enacting a new constitution drafted in 2014 by the Constituent Assembly has stalledamendments: proposed by the National Assembly; passage of amendments to constitutional articles including those on sovereignty of the United Republic, the authorities and powers of the government, the president, the Assembly, and the High Court requires two-thirds majority vote of the mainland Assembly membership and of the Zanzibar House of Representatives membership; House of Representatives approval of other amendments is not required; amended several times, last in 2017 (2021) Legal systemmixed legal system of civil law, based on German and Belgian models, and customary law; judicial review of legislative acts in the Supreme CourtEnglish common law; judicial review of legislative acts limited to matters of interpretation Suffrage18 years of age; universal18 years of age; universal Executive branchchief of state: President Paul KAGAME (since 22 April 2000)head of government: Prime Minister Edouard NGIRENTE (since 30 August 2017)cabinet: Council of Ministers appointed by the presidentelections/appointments: president directly elected by simple majority vote for a 5-year term (eligible for a second term); note - a constitutional amendment approved in December 2016 reduced the presidential term from 7 to 5 years but included an exception that allowed President KAGAME to serve another 7-year term in 2017, potentially followed by two additional 5-year terms; election last held on 4 August 2017 (next to be held in August 2024); prime minister appointed by the presidentelection results: Paul KAGAME reelected president; Paul KAGAME (RPF) 98.
Box 9123, Dar es Salaammailing address: 2140 Dar es Salaam Place, Washington, DC 20521-2140telephone:  (22) 229-4000FAX:  (22) 229-4721email address and website: DRSACS@state. govhttps://tz. gov/ Flag descriptionthree horizontal bands of sky blue (top, double width), yellow, and green, with a golden sun with 24 rays near the fly end of the blue band; blue represents happiness and peace, yellow economic development and mineral wealth, green hope of prosperity and natural resources; the sun symbolizes unity, as well as enlightenment and transparency from ignorancedivided diagonally by a yellow-edged black band from the lower hoist-side corner; the upper triangle (hoist side) is green and the lower triangle is blue; the banner combines colors found on the flags of Tanganyika and Zanzibar; green represents the natural vegetation of the country, gold its rich mineral deposits, black the native Swahili people, and blue the country's many lakes and rivers, as well as the Indian Ocean National anthemname: "Rwanda nziza" (Rwanda, Our Beautiful Country)lyrics/music: Faustin MURIGO/Jean-Bosco HASHAKAIMANAnote: adopted 2001name: "Mungu ibariki Afrika" (God Bless Africa)lyrics/music: collective/Enoch Mankayi SONTONGAnote: adopted 1961; the anthem, which is also a popular song in Africa, shares the same melody with that of Zambia but has different lyrics; the melody is also incorporated into South Africa's anthem International law organization participationhas not submitted an ICJ jurisdiction declaration; non-party state to the ICCthas not submitted an ICJ jurisdiction declaration; accepts ICCt jurisdiction National symbol(s)traditional woven basket with peaked lid; national colors: blue, yellow, greenUhuru (Freedom) torch, giraffe; national colors: green, yellow, blue, black Citizenshipcitizenship by birth: nocitizenship by descent only: the father must be a citizen of Rwanda; if the father is stateless or unknown, the mother must be a citizendual citizenship recognized: noresidency requirement for naturalization: 10 yearscitizenship by birth: nocitizenship by descent only: at least one parent must be a citizen of Tanzania; if a child is born abroad, the father must be a citizen of Tanzaniadual citizenship recognized: noresidency requirement for naturalization: 5 years Economy Economy - overviewRwanda is a rural, agrarian country with agriculture accounting for about 63% of export earnings, and with some mineral and agro-processing.
The government has embraced an expansionary fiscal policy to reduce poverty by improving education, infrastructure, and foreign and domestic investment. Rwanda consistently ranks well for ease of doing business and transparency. The Rwandan Government is seeking to become a regional leader in information and communication technologies and aims to reach middle-income status by 2020 by leveraging the service industry. In 2012, Rwanda completed the first modern Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Kigali. The SEZ seeks to attract investment in all sectors, but specifically in agribusiness, information and communications, trade and logistics, mining, and construction. In 2016, the government launched an online system to give investors information about public land and its suitability for agricultural development.
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9% of populationunimproved: urban: 17. 9% of populationrural: 70. 5% of populationtotal: 53. ) Major cities - population1. 170 million KIGALI (capital) (2021)262, 000 Dodoma (legislative capital) (2018), 7. 047 million DAR ES SALAAM (administrative capital), 1. 182 million Mwanza (2021) Maternal mortality rate248 deaths/100, 000 live births (2017 est. )524 deaths/100, 000 live births (2017 est. ) Children under the age of 5 years underweight7.
Population density is high but, with the exception of the capital Kigali, is not concentrated in large cities - its 12 million people are spread out on a small amount of land (smaller than the state of Maryland). Tourism, minerals, coffee, and tea are Rwanda's main sources of foreign exchange. Despite Rwanda's fertile ecosystem, food production often does not keep pace with demand, requiring food imports. Energy shortages, instability in neighboring states, and lack of adequate transportation linkages to other countries continue to handicap private sector growth.
Tanzania has achieved high growth rates based on its vast natural resource wealth and tourism with GDP growth in 2009-17 averaging 6%-7% per year. Dar es Salaam used fiscal stimulus measures and easier monetary policies to lessen the impact of the global recession and in general, benefited from low oil prices. Tanzania has largely completed its transition to a market economy, though the government retains a presence in sectors such as telecommunications, banking, energy, and mining.
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The economy depends on agriculture, which accounts for slightly less than one-quarter of GDP and employs about 65% of the work force, although gold production in recent years has increased to about 35% of exports. All land in Tanzania is owned by the government, which can lease land for up to 99 years. Proposed reforms to allow for land ownership, particularly foreign land ownership, remain unpopular. The financial sector in Tanzania has expanded in recent years and foreign-owned banks account for about 48% of the banking industry's total assets. Competition among foreign commercial banks has resulted in significant improvements in the efficiency and quality of financial services, though interest rates are still relatively high, reflecting high fraud risk.
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Both European nations ruled through the kings and pursued a pro-Tutsi policy. In 1959, three years before independence from Belgium, the majority ethnic group, the Hutus, overthrew the ruling Tutsi king. Over the next several years, thousands of Tutsis were killed, and some 150, 000 driven into exile in neighboring countries. The children of these exiles later formed a rebel group, the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), and began a civil war in 1990. The war, along with several political and economic upheavals, exacerbated ethnic tensions, culminating in April 1994 in a state-orchestrated genocide, in which Rwandans killed approximately 800, 000 of their fellow citizens, including approximately three-quarters of the Tutsi population. The genocide ended later that same year when the predominantly Tutsi RPF, operating out of Uganda and northern Rwanda, defeated the national army and Hutu militias, and established an RPF-led government of national unity.
5% (2018 est. )arable land: 47% (2018 est. )permanent crops: 10. 1% (2018 est. )permanent pasture: 17. 4% (2018 est. )forest: 18% (2018 est. )other: 7. )agricultural land: 43. 7% (2018 est. )arable land: 14. 3% (2018 est. )permanent crops: 2. )permanent pasture: 27. )forest: 37. )other: 19% (2018 est. ) Irrigated land96 sq km (2012)1, 840 sq km (2012) Natural hazardsperiodic droughts; the volcanic Virunga Mountains are in the northwest along the border with Democratic Republic of the Congovolcanism: Visoke (3, 711 m), located on the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is the country's only historically active volcanoflooding on the central plateau during the rainy season; droughtvolcanism: limited volcanic activity; Ol Doinyo Lengai (2, 962 m) has emitted lava in recent years; other historically active volcanoes include Kieyo and Meru Environment - current issuesdeforestation results from uncontrolled cutting of trees for fuel; overgrazing; land degradation; soil erosion; a decline in soil fertility (soil exhaustion); wetland degradation and loss of biodiversity; widespread poachingwater polution; improper management of liquid waste; indoor air pollution caused by the burning of fuel wood or charcoal for cooking and heating is a large environmental health issue; soil degradation; deforestation; desertification; destruction of coral reefs threatens marine habitats; wildlife threatened by illegal hunting and trade, especially for ivory; loss of biodiversity; solid waste disposal Environment - international agreementsparty to: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol, Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban, Desertification, Endangered Species, Hazardous Wastes, Nuclear Test Ban, Ozone Layer Protection, Wetlandssigned, but not ratified: Law of the Seaparty to: Biodiversity, Climate Change, Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol, Climate Change-Paris Agreement, Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban, Desertification, Endangered Species, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Marine Dumping-London Convention, Nuclear Test Ban, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, Wetlands, Whalingsigned, but not ratified: none of the selected agreements Geography - notelandlocked; most of the country is intensively cultivated and rugged with the population predominantly ruralKilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa and one of only three mountain ranges on the continent that has glaciers (the others are Mount Kenya [in Kenya] and the Ruwenzori Mountains [on the Uganda-Democratic Republic of the Congo border]); Tanzania is bordered by three of the largest lakes on the continent: Lake Victoria (the world's second-largest freshwater lake) in the north, Lake Tanganyika (the world's second deepest) in the west, and Lake Nyasa (Lake Malawi) in the southwest Total renewable water resources13.
08% (male 747, 934/female 1, 056, 905) (2020 est. ) Median agetotal: 19. 7 yearsmale: 18. 9 yearsfemale: 20. 4 years (2020 est. )total: 18. 2 yearsmale: 17. 9 yearsfemale: 18. ) Population growth rate1. 8% (2021 est. )2. 81% (2021 est. ) Birth rate27. 18 births/1, 000 population (2021 est. )33. 71 births/1, 000 population (2021 est. ) Death rate5. 95 deaths/1, 000 population (2021 est. )5. 17 deaths/1, 000 population (2021 est. ) Net migration rate-3.
The 1994 genocide decimated Rwanda's fragile economic base, severely impoverished the population, particularly women, and temporarily stalled the country's ability to attract private and external investment. However, Rwanda has made substantial progress in stabilizing and rehabilitating its economy well beyond pre-1994 levels. GDP has rebounded with an average annual growth of 6%-8% since 2003 and inflation has been reduced to single digits. In 2015, 39% of the population lived below the poverty line, according to government statistics, compared to 57% in 2006.
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