Welcome to Mozambique
Geography and Map
The geography is mostly desserts and tropical forests. When it is wet season in the tropical forests it rains really heavy and during the dry season it does not rain much. The dessert is very dry and sandy so theres barley any water.
The clothing is pants or shorts and a t-shirt. The food is cofacial barbecued chicken. You have two meals a day one in the mourning and one at night.
In Mozambique, Christmas Day 25 Dec.is also called Family Day. The Christmas tradition was heavily influenced by the Portuguese, and people hold traditional Portuguese dances in which children dress up in costumes.
Government and County Background
The Mozambican president is elected by the people to lead the country. The president also appoints a prime minister to head the Council of Ministers, which advises the president and carries out government business. During World War I, many Africans were recruited to fight for Portugal, often against their will. Many Mozambicans resented this policy, and it deepened the divide between Mozambique’s white settlers and its African residents.
Portuguese is the official language of Mozambique. Portuguese is spoken by about one-fourth of the population as a second language. It is used primarily in government, business, and education.
Most Mozambicans are Christian. Included among these are Roman Catholics, Zionist Christians, and other Protestants. Muslims and Hindus are also major religious groups in the country.
eduction and school
Years of civil war disrupted education in Mozambique and the nation’s schools are still trying to recover.elementary education is free and around two-thirds of eligible children actually attend. In the countryside only a minority of children go to school. Girls, especially, attend less because they are expected to stay at home and take care of chores there.
Mozambique is a charming and a country with lots to offer visitors, including the ancient Mozambican historical monuments, the beauty and fashion metropolis cities.Whether this is one of your first trips to Mozambique or not, there is no shortage of things to do and see in Mozambique. From history to art to culture to the outdoors, Mozambique attractions are plentiful. Comprehensive information on Mozambique’s tourist attractions, historic monuments, sight seeing tours, outdoor activities, cultural activities, clubbing and great food and wine.