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titleBurundi
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descriptionBurundi, officially the Republic of Burundi, is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley at the junction between the African Great Lakes region and East Africa.
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descriptionLinkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burundi
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CapitalGitega
CurrencyBurundian Franc
Official languagesKirundi, French, and English
PresidentÉvariste Ndayishimiye
Gross domestic product3.339 billion USD (2022)
Population12.89 million (2022)
Literacy rate75.54%
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titleBurundi - Wikipedia
linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burundi
snippetBurundi, officially the Republic of Burundi, is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley at the junction between the African Great Lakes region and ...
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titleBurundi - CIA
linkhttps://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/burundi/
snippetBurundi is a densely populated country with a high population growth rate, factors that combined with land scarcity and poverty place a large share of its ...
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titleBurundi | History, Geography, & Culture | Britannica
linkhttps://www.britannica.com/place/Burundi
snippetBurundi, country in east-central Africa, south of the Equator. The landlocked country, a historic kingdom, is one of the few countries in Africa whose ...
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titleBurundi | Country Page | World - Human Rights Watch
linkhttps://www.hrw.org/africa/burundi
snippetBurundi: Entrenched Repression of Civil Society, Media ... Burundi's President Evariste Ndayishimiye at his inauguration on June 18, 2020. President Ndayishimiye ...
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titleBurundi - United States Department of State
linkhttps://www.state.gov/countries-areas/burundi/
snippetBurundi is a member of both regional organizations. The primary U.S. exports to Burundi include computer and electronic products. The U.S. imports coffee and ...
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titleBurundi country profile - BBC News
linkhttps://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-13085064
snippetBurundi, one of the world's poorest nations, is struggling to emerge from a 12-year, ethnic-based civil war. The country's early history and ...
dateJul 31, 2023
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titleBurundi (01/09) - state.gov
linkhttps://2001-2009.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2821.htm
snippetPROFILE. OFFICIAL NAME: Republic of Burundi. Geography Location: Central Africa. Bordering nations--Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda.
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titleBurundi | U.S. Agency for International Development
linkhttps://www.usaid.gov/burundi
snippetBurundi remains one of the least developed countries in the world with alarming levels of hunger and malnutrition. According to the United Nations World ...
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titleRepublic of Burundi - East African Community
linkhttps://www.eac.int/eac-partner-states/burundi
snippetBurundi is a country mainly of mountains and plateaus, with a western range of mountains running north-south and continuing into Rwanda. The highest point is Mt ...
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titleBurundi | DRC Danish Refugee Council
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questionIs Burundi a rich or poor country?
snippetLess than 6% of its land was covered by trees, and over half of that being for commercial plantations. Burundi is the poorest country in the world by nominal GDP per capita, and is one of the least developed countries. It faces widespread poverty, corruption, instability, authoritarianism, and illiteracy.
titleBurundi - Wikipedia
linkhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burundi
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questionWhat is Burundi known for?
snippetCoffee is 93 percent of exports. Other products include tea, maize, cotton, sweet potatoes, sorghum, bananas, manioc, milk, beef, and hides. There are natural resources including nickel, cobalt, uranium, and platinum. The currency is the Burundian franc.
titleAll About Burundi - Africa.com
linkhttps://www.africa.com/heres-what-you-need-to-know-about-burundi/
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questionWhy is Burundi in extreme poverty?
snippetAgriculture, where 85 percent of the working population are employed, is dominated by small-scale subsistence farming highly vulnerable to climate change and economic shocks. The lack of land followed by the lack of cattle, and high floods and droughts appear as the most striking causes of poverty.
titleBurundi - World Bank
linkhttps://databankfiles.worldbank.org/public/ddpext_download/poverty/33EF03BB-9722-4AE2-ABC7-AA2972D68AFE/Global_POVEQ_BDI.pdf
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questionWhat is Burundi struggling with?
snippetBurundi is a landlocked and densely populated country facing a myriad of socioeconomic hurdles. Over 70 percent of the population struggle to make ends meet and nearly 56 percent of children under 5 suffer from stunting (impaired growth due to malnutrition).
titleBurundi | World Food Programme
linkhttps://www.wfp.org/countries/burundi
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