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Conceptual Model of Mozambique by Mind Map: Conceptual Model of Mozambique
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Conceptual Model of Mozambique

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Geography

Coastal, southeastern africa

capital: maputo

Coal, Titanium, Natural Gas

untapped gold and silver

Social

little to no education

high poverty/malnutrition

portugese official language, emakhuwa most widely spoken, other tribal languages

99.66% African citizens

HIV/AIDS rampant

21% unemployment rate

mostly catholic, portestant, and muslim

Economy

Most people agricultural income, not enough to live off of

Colonial influence makes citizens heavily reliant on imported wheats/cereals for bread, a staple in their diet, not enough wheat is produced within the country itself

currency: meticais

resources: titanium, exporters of gas, coal, textiles, tobacco, asbestos, aluminum etc.

new market for beer booming

TYPE? (GAP)

has made some gains, but unclear if weak or strong, will continue to improve? (GAP)

Policies?

dependent upon foreign assistance for more than 1/2 of budget

23.87 billion GDP, ranked 120th in world

Political

civil war 77-92

portugese colony until 75 independence

constitution in 1990

today: Frelimo and Renamo parties

Republic. Exact structure? Complex (GAP)

elections every 5 years

Corruption? (GAP)

Policies? Improvements? (GAP)

mixed Portuguese law and Islamic law

Military

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everyone is supposed register at the age of 18, regardless of sex, most do not.

LARGE GAP

Army, Navy, Air Force, Defense Forces

Pirates a threat/ navy patrols coast increasingly

Technology

severely lacking infrastructure from colonial neglect and civil war

untapped hydropower potential

projects to build up infrastructure

developing HIV testing technology that works faster and keeps patients more in the system

2nd public tv channel launched