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Which of the following strategies would help in preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa?
a) more tourism b) education and prevention c) fewer children d) fewer pets
Many countries and groups around the world are willing to contribute to help reduce famine in Africa. What problem in Africa makes it difficult to get these contributions to the citizens of African countries?
a) deforestation limits the transportation routes b) government instability c) anti-African feelings around the world d) citizens do not want to accept the help
Which of the following factors has limited access to schools for children in Sudan?
a) higher government spending on education b) civil war in Southern Sudan c) lack of schools in urban areas d) laws requiring all children from ages 6 to 13 attend school
Which of the following factors has worsened the AIDS pandemic in Africa?
a) unstable governments b) formation of the African Union c) international aid d) trade agreements
During the last half of the 20th century Africa has had numerous civil wars. Africa has a serious AIDS/HIV crisis. Over 70% of the people world-wide infected with AIDS live in sub-Saharan Africa. One of the major consequences of the numerous civil wa
a) Over crowded refugee camps. b) Unsanitary drinking water. c) Lack of medical training. d) Disruption in the distribution of medicine.
What is an impact of government instability on combating AIDS in Africa?
a) No other countries are willing to help. b) The instability is helping to bring more attention to AIDS prevention. c) It is difficult to distribute resources appropriately. d) Citizens receive better education on preventing AIDS from the government.
In Kenya males average 10 years of schooling and females 9 years. The literacy rate for males is 90% and females 80%. In Sudan the literacy rate for males is 61% and for females 50%. What could you conclude about the opportunity for education in the
a) Females in Kenya have the same opportunity for education as males in Sudan. b) Females have the same opportunity for education in Kenya ns in Sudan. c) Females have more opportunity for education in Kenya than Sudan. d) Females have less opportunity for education in Kenya than in Sudan.
Why is Africa affected by the AIDS epidemic more than the other continents?
a) Africa has the largest land mass. b) Africa needs more money for education and prevention programs. c) Africa has the warmest climate. d) Africa has the greatest population, so more people are affected.
Following a military takeover of the government in 1989, Omar al-Bashir acted as the authoritarian ruler of
a) Libya. b) South Africa c) Sudan d) Kenya
What is NOT a cause for food shortages?
a) lack of food on the planet b) drought c) wars d) poor food distribution
How does access to education differ in Kenya and Sudan?
a) There are more political barriers to education in Kenya. b) Sudan offers free education through college to all citizens. c) Education is prohibited in Sudan. d) Girls have more access to formal education in Kenya.
Women have a higher literacy rate in Kenya than in Sudan. This is MOST LIKELY because
a) Sudan does not offer any education. b) Sudan focuses only on math education. c) Kenya invests more in education for girls. d) Kenyan women are taught at home rather than in schools.
The government of Kenya could BEST be described as
a) a constitutional monarchy. b) an absolute monarchy. c) a republic. d) a dictatorship.
In Kenya the citizens are allowed to vote. They vote for the president and members of the National Assembly. The country is not ruled by a monarch. Why is Kenya considered a republic?
a) The citizens elect leaders to represent them. b) The citizens are not allowed to vote for president. c) The leader of the country is a king. d) The legislature has only one chamber.
Anyone over the age of 18 may vote in elections that determine the National Assembly. Based on this information, South Africa would be considered a
a) parliamentary democracy. b) federalist confederation. c) democratic dictatorship. d) presidential dictatorship.
What is the name of the virus that causes AIDS?
a) HIV b) malnutrition c) malaria d) WHO
As a parliamentary form of government how is the President of South Africa elected?
a) All citizens vote for the president. b) The president is elected by the cabinet. c) The president is appointed by the Prime Minister. d) The national assembly elects the president.
When comparing the governments of Kenya and Sudan, which is correct concerning the role of the citizen?
a) Citizens in both countries directly vote on laws. b) Citizens in Sudan have a greater influence on the government through elections. c) Citizens in both countries rely on courts to make laws. d) Citizens in Kenya have a greater influence on the government through elections.
Which of these countries is ruled by a dictator?
a) Kenya b) South Africa c) Morocco d) Sudan
What is the name of the virus that causes AIDS?
a) HIV b) malnutrition c) malaria d) WHO
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