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The richest countries have one thing in common, a proper and well established political environment supported by clear legislations, a corrupt-free government, and a strong judicial system. While these factors are only a drop in the ocean regarding what makes a country economically successful, the poorest countries in the world get these factors all wrong.
While the availability of natural resources is the foundation of an economically robust country, utilising the resources well is a whole other aspect. This is not civic education 101, so we will get straight to the point and list the countries yet to realise self-actualisation. Here are the top 10 poorest countries in the world as of 2018.
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Welcome to Monrovia
Liberia is a country in West Africa bordering Sierra Leone, Guinea and Côte d'Ivoire. On the Atlantic coast in the capital of Monrovia is the National Museum of Liberia with its exhibitions on national culture and history. Around Monrovia there are beaches with palm trees, such as Silver and CeCe. Along the coast are the harbor of Buchanan and the harbor of Roberts, known for its powerful surf.
Liberia is a country with historical ties to the United States. It was founded by black slaves, who were liberated during the pre-warr civil-warr in the 19th century. The capital of Monrovia was named after James Monroe. The flag of Liberia is very similar to the American flag, reflecting the historical relations of Liberia with the United States.
Rain in Liberia:
In Liberia, the climate is tropical, hot and humid throughout the year, with the rainy season from May to October due to the African monsoon and quite often rains of other months except for a short dry season lasts from December to February. This is more pronounced in the north. In the southern zone, rains have a relative gap from the middle of July to the end of August. Along the coast of precipitation is more than 3000 mm per year. In the northern part of the coast, in the capital of Monrovia, precipitation has even reached 5.1 meters (200 inches) per year, with a peak in June and July, when almost one meter (3.3 feet) rain falls month after month, and the parent disappears August. Here the rains in April and November are plentiful.
The capital of Liberia in July looks almost so much rain (1150 mm). What can we have for a whole year in Pakistan? Honestly, I've never seen so much rain in my life. This is really too much ... but In any case, its nature ... nature is always great.
On the other hand; Lack of access to supply of fresh water to the city estimated that West Point rely on pits for 95% of its water needs. Residents know that well water is not suitable for drinking. But for many, the cost of drinking water has no choice.
Liberia, a lush, green, friendly and energetic country, offers everything from beautiful surf shops and merchandise to hard local designers, to days in a cozy hammock on the edge of the rainforest and singing tropical birds. It is home to one of the finest national parks in West Africa and continues to house a confident American spirit mixed with West African roots. And despite the destruction of the past, it's a fantastic place to travel, full of hope and energy.
2014-2016 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa
The first cases were considered as malaria, a very common disease in Liberia, which led to the infection of the Ebola virus. On June 17, the first death of Ebola occurred in Monrovia, when seven patients died of this disease. He was treated at the JFK Medical Center in Monrovia. In March 2014, Liberia confirmed its first case of Ebola viral disease (EVD). The impact of the Ebola virus on the most affected countries - Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone - is devastating. Liberia has registered more than 10,600 cases of Ebola and reported more than 4,700 deaths. But thank God; now it's all over. People of Liberia are living Ebola Free.
In Liberia; there are many attractive beaches in Liberia, but the Atlantic is prone to tides and other dangerous currents. Swimmers should be careful and consult local authorities before going into the water. Avoid canoes and fishing boats offering services to passengers. They are regularly overloaded with strong waves and currents. Miami Beach is one of the famous and crowded beach in Monrovia. There are other three main beaches - Kendeja, Silver Beach and Ellen’s Beach - as well as a number of smaller ones. The popular tourist destination Monkey Island is located only a few miles outside of Monrovia.
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The best time to visit Liberia is winter, particularly in January and February, which are the sunniest and least rainy months. The worst period is from May to October, although between mid-July and August, in the south there is a fairly significant decrease in the rains.
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Liberia, officially the Republic of Liberia, is a country in West Africa bordered by Sierra Leone to its west, Guinea to its north and Ivory Coast to its east. It covers an area of 111,369 square kilometres (43,000 sq mi) and is home to about 3.7 million people. English is the official language and over thirty indigenous languages are also spoken within the country. Its coastline is composed mostly of mangroves, while its more sparsely populated inland consists of forests opening onto a plateau of drier grasslands. The climate is hot and equatorial, with significant rainfall during the May--October rainy season and harsh harmattan winds the remainder of the year. The country possesses about forty percent of the remaining Upper Guinean rainforest.
Liberia is the only country in Africa founded by United States colonization while occupied by native Africans. Beginning in 1820, the region was colonized by African Americans, most of whom were freed slaves. The colonizers (who later become known as Americo-Liberians) established a new country with the help of the American Colonization Society, a private organization whose leaders thought former slaves would have greater opportunity in Africa. African captives freed from slave ships by the British and Americans were sent there instead of being repatriated to their countries of origin. In 1847, this new country became the Republic of Liberia, establishing a government modeled on that of the United States and naming its capital city Monrovia after James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States and a prominent supporter of the colonization. The colonists and their descendants, known as Americo-Liberians, led the political, social, cultural and economic sectors of the country and ruled the nation for over 130 years as a dominant minority.
The country began to modernize in the 1940s following investment by the United States during World War II and economic liberalization under President William Tubman. Liberia was a founding member of the United Nations and the Organisation of African Unity. In 1980 a military coup overthrew the Americo-Liberian leadership, marking the beginning of political and economic instability and two successive civil wars. These resulted in the deaths of between 250,000 and 520,000 people and devastated the country's economy. A peace agreement in 2003 led to democratic elections in 2005. Today, Liberia is recovering from the lingering effects of the civil wars and their consequent economic upheaval, but about 85% of the population continue to live below the international poverty line.
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Liberia , officially the Republic of Liberia, is a country in West Africa bordered by Sierra Leone to its west, Guinea to its north and Ivory Coast to its east. It covers an area of 111,369 square kilometres (43,000 sq mi) and is home to about 4 million people. English is the official language and over thirty indigenous languages are also spoken within the country. Its coastline is composed mostly of mangroves, while its more sparsely populated inland consists of forests opening onto a plateau of drier grasslands. The climate is hot and equatorial, with significant rainfall during the May–October rainy season and harsh harmattan winds the remainder of the year. The country possesses about forty percent of the remaining Upper Guinean rainforest.
Liberia is the only country in Africa founded by United States colonization while occupied by native Africans. Beginning in 1820, the region was colonized by African Americans, most of whom were freed slaves. The colonists established a new country with the help of the American Colonization Society, a private organization whose leaders thought former slaves would have greater opportunity in Africa. African captives freed from slave ships by the British and Americans were sent there instead of being repatriated to their countries of origin.
In 1847, this new country became the Republic of Liberia, establishing a government modeled on that of the United States and naming its capital city Monrovia after James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States and a prominent supporter of the colonization. The colonists and their descendants, known as Americo-Liberians, led the political, social, cultural and economic sectors of the country and ruled the nation for over 130 years as a dominant minority.
The country began to modernize in the 1940s following investment by the United States during World War II and economic liberalization under President William Tubman. Liberia was a founding member of the United Nations and the Organisation of African Unity. In 1980 a military coup overthrew the Americo-Liberian leadership, marking the beginning of political and economic instability and two successive civil wars. These resulted in the deaths of between 250,000 and 520,000 people and devastated the country's economy. A peace agreement in 2003 led to democratic elections in 2005. Today, Liberia is recovering from the lingering effects of the civil wars and their consequent economic upheaval, but about 85% of the population continue to live below the international poverty line, and the country's economic and political stability has recently been threatened by a deadly Ebola virus epidemic.
The Pepper Coast has been inhabited at least as far back as the 12th century and perhaps earlier. Mende-speaking people expanded westward from the Sudan, forcing many smaller ethnic groups southward towards the Atlantic ocean. The Dei, Bassa, Kru, Gola and Kissi were some of the earliest recorded arrivals.
This influx was compounded by the decline of the Western Sudanic Mali Empire in 1375 and later in 1591 with the Songhai Empire. Additionally, inland regions underwent desertification, and inhabitants were pressured to move to the wetter coast. These new inhabitants brought skills such as cotton spinning, cloth weaving, iron smelting, rice and sorghum cultivation, and social and political institutions from the Mali and Songhai Empires. Shortly after the Manes conquered the region, the Vai people of the former Mali Empire immigrated into the Grand Cape Mount region. The ethnic Kru opposed the influx of Vai, forming an alliance with the Manes to stop further influx of Vai.
People along the coast built canoes and traded with other West Africans from Cap-Vert to the Gold Coast. Between 1461 and late 17th century, Portuguese, Dutch and British traders had contacts and trading posts in the region. The Portuguese named the area Costa da Pimenta (Pepper Coast) but it later came to be known as the Grain Coast, due to the abundance of grains of melegueta pepper. European traders would barter various commodities and goods with local people. When the Kru began trading with Europeans, they initially traded in commodities, but later they actively participated in the African slave trade.
In 1820, the American Colonization Society (ACS) began sending African American volunteers to the Pepper Coast to establish a colony for freed African Americans. By 1867, the ACS had assisted in the movement of more than 13,000 Americans to Liberia. These free African Americans came to identify themselves as Americo-Liberian, developing a cultural tradition infused with American notions of racial supremacy, and political republicanism.
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Liberia, officially the Republic of Liberia, is a country in West Africa bordered by Sierra Leone to its west, Guinea to its north and Cote d'Ivoire to its east. It covers an area of 111,369 km sq and is home to about 3.7 million people.
Liberia is a country with historical ties to the United States. It was founded by freed black slaves during the pre-Civil War antebellum era of the nineteenth century. The capital, Monrovia, was named after James Monroe. Liberia's flag closely resembles the American flag, reflecting the historical ties of Liberia to the United States.
Anthropological research shows the region of Liberia was inhabited at least as far back as the 12th century, perhaps earlier. Between 1461 and the late 17th century, Portuguese, Dutch and British traders had contacts and trading posts in Liberia. The Portuguese had named the area Costa da Pimenta, later translated as Grain Coast, because of the abundance of grains of melegueta pepper.
In 1822, the American Colonization Society which was the primary vehicle for returning black Americans to greater freedom in Africa established Liberia as a place to send people who were formerly enslaved. This movement of black people by the A.C.S. had broad support nationwide among white people in America. While the institution of slavery in America grew, reaching almost four million slaves by the mid-1800s, a growing population in the U.S. chose to emigrate to Liberia as well. African-Americans gradually migrated to the colony and became known as Americo-Liberians, from whom many present day Liberians trace their ancestry. On July 26, 1847, Americo-Liberian settlers declared independence for the Republic of Liberia.
Liberia retained its independence during the Scramble for Africa but lost its claim to extensive territories that were annexed by Britain and France. Economic development was hindered by the decline of markets for Liberian goods in the late 19th century and by indebtedness on a series of loans, payments on which drained the economy.
On April 12, 1980, a successful military coup was staged by a group of noncommissioned army officers led by Master Sergeant Samuel Kanyon Doe. The soldiers were a mixture of the various ethnic groups that claimed marginalization at the hands of the minority Americo-Liberian settlers. In late 1989, the First Liberian Civil War began and the country was in a state of war to varying degrees until 2003. Liberia is recovering from a devastating civil war that ended with a ceasefire in August 2003.
While the country is now on the mend, it has not yet redeveloped the necessary infrastructure to sustain a large increase in tourism, with little for the average visitor outside Monrovia. Towns like Buchanan, Ganta etc are little more than a collection of shanty houses with no decent hotels or food. Monrovia, in general, is calmer than the more far-flung areas although the situation countrywide is improving with the presence of UN Peacekeepers. Fear should not stop you enjoying your visit but act with caution. Travel outside Monrovia is very difficult and not advisable on your own.
The equatorial climate is hot year-round with heavy rainfall from May to October with a short interlude in mid-July to August. During the winter months of November to March dry dust-laden harmattan winds blow inland causing many problems for residents.
Currency Liberian dollar (LRD)
Area 111,370 km2
Population 3,042,004 (July 2006 est.)
Language English 20% (official), some 20 ethnic group languages, of which a few can be written and are used in correspondence
Religion indigenous beliefs 40%, Christian 40%, Muslim 20%
Electricity 120V/60Hz USA & European plugs
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