The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia or "Ethiopia" for short, is a sovereign landlocked country located at the north-eastern part of Africa (the horn of Africa), covering a total land area of about 1,100,000 squared kilometers. Just about 15.1% of Ethiopia's total land area remains arable (land good for farming).
Although landlocked, Ethiopia is often referred to as the "water tower" of
The Republic of Uganda (or "Uganda" for short) is a landlocked East African country bordering the Republic of South Sudan to the north, the Republic of Kenya to the east, the Republic of Tanzania to the south, the Republic of Rwanda to the south-west and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west.
Although landlocked, the Republic of Uganda is a well-watered country with several
The Federal Republic of Nigeria (or "Nigeria" for short) is the most populous country in all of Africa and the seventh-most populous country in the world today with a population of about 225 million people. Nigeria's population growth rate hovers around 2.6%.
Nigeria has a total land area of about 923,768 squared kilometers (about 1.5% of which is covered by water) with about 853 km of
The Republic of Ghana (or "Ghana" for short), is a beautiful West African country bordering the Republic of Burkina Faso to the north, the Republic of Togo to the east, the Republic of Ivory Coast to the West and the Atlantic Ocean(Gulf of Guinea) to the south.
Ghana has a total land area of about 238,53 squared kilometers (about 11,000sqkm of which is covered by water) with about 539km of
The Republic of Kenya (or "Kenya" for short) is an East African country bordering the Republic of Tanzania to the south, the Republic of South Sudan to the north-west, the Republic of Ethiopia to the north, the Republic of Uganda to the west and the Federal Republic of Somalia to the north-east. The Republic of Kenya lies on the equator with the Indian Ocean to its south-east.
The Republic of
The Republic of Rwanda (or "Rwanda" for short) is a small landlocked country located a few degrees south of the Equator at the central part of Africa (just at the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo).
The Republic of Rwanda shares borders with the Republic of Uganda to the north, the Republic of Tanzania to the east, the Republic of Burundi to the south and DR Congo to the west.