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Malawi education

Malawi - education, The public school system, which is free and compulsory, includes an eight-year primary school for 6-14 year-olds, applied for approximately 50%. There are then two two-year levels, each of which ends with the exam. Higher education takes place at the University of Malawi in Lilongwe and at five other colleges. The aim is to reduce illiteracy among adults to approximately 30% in 2000 from approximately 41% in 1993.

Education in Malawi

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OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Malawi, Dziko La Malawi

CAPITAL CITY: Lilongwe

POPULATION: 13,000,000 (Source: COUNTRYaah)

AREA: 118,484 km²

OFFICIAL/OFFICIAL LANGUAGES: English, nyanja and other Bantu languages

RELIGION: Christians 50%, Muslims 20%, natives religions 10%, others 20%

CURRENCY: Kwacha

CURRENCY CODE: MWK

ENGLISH NAME: malawi

INDEPENDENCE: 1964

POPULATION COMPOSITION: maravi (including nyanja, chewa, tonga and tumbuka) 58%, lomwe 18%, yao 13%, ngoni 7%, other 4%

GDP PER CAPITA INH.: $ 154 (2007)

LIFE EXPECTANCY: men 40 years, women 40 years (2007)

LIVING CONDITIONS INDEX, HDI: 0400

LIVING CONDITIONS INDEX, POSITION: 166

INTERNET DOMAIN NAME: .mw

POPULATION

Malawi, Republic of Southern Africa, formerly the British colony of Nyasaland. The land is long and narrow and extends along the west and south sides of Lake Malawi. After independence in 1964, the country was ruled by the iron hand of dictator Hastings Banda, until democracy was introduced at the 1994 elections. Malawi is poor; population growth, illiteracy and child mortality are all high; AIDS is widespread.

Malawi - Constitution

Malawi Constitution, The Constitution of the Republic of Malawi is from 1994. The legislative power lies with a one-chamber parliament with 193 members elected by universal suffrage for five years. In addition to the elected members, Parliament may have an unlimited number of members appointed by the President; he is both head of state and head of government and is elected by universal suffrage for five years. The president appoints the government whose members are directly accountable to him.

 
 
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