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Research about Djibouti.


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Question 1 Who live in Djibouti

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About 1 million people live in Djibouti.

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City People Djibouti city 600000 Ali ‘Sabieh 40000 Tadjoura 22000 Obock 18000

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Most frequently spoken languages by people who live in Djibouti:  French.  Arabic.  Somali.  Afar.

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Question 2 What innovation is happening in Djibouti

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The Doraleh Container Terminal is being built in Djibouti

slide 8: helps finance the construction of 2 airports in Djibouti:  One in Ali-Sabieh in the South.  One in the North of Djibouti.

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In 2016 completed a USD 3.4 billion rail project which links Addis Ababa in Ethiopia to the port of Djibouti.

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More railroads are being built in Djibouti.

slide 11: and are among investors investing in the development of Djibouti.

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In Djibouti there is a large housing development potential.

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In 2020 all energy needed in Djibouti will come from clean energy sources - including 1. solar energy. 2. wind energy. 3. geothermal energy.

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A solar project the Grand Bara desert in the south of Djibouti is undertaken by

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In Djibouti there is very strong potential to make Internet available for more people. Less than 20 of the people have access to the internet.

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There are 65 members of parliament in Djibouti. There are almost 3 times as many ministers in Djibouti as in Switzerland.

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The government of Djibouti works to increase enrolment rates of children in primary schools. In 2002 43 of primary-aged children were enrolled in formal schooling. That increased to 66 in 2006 and 71 in 2009.

slide 18: In Djibouti there is a huge potential to strengthen education. Half of the people can neither read or write.

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