Central African Republic is a landlocked country located at the central part of Africa (almost the precise center of Africa). Central African Republic borders the Republic of Chad to the north, Sudan to the northeast, the Republic of South Sudan to the east, the Republic of Cameroon to the west and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the south.
Central African Republic has a total land area of
The Islamic Republic of Mauritania ,by population size, is a small desert country located at Northwestern Africa in a region popularly known as "Maghreb" which consists of 5 Islamic nations (Morocco, Libya, Mauritania, Tunisia and Algeria).
The Islamic Republic of Mauritania borders the North Atlantic Ocean (in the west) between the Republic of Senegal in the Southwest and the often disputed
The Kingdom of Lesotho (formerly known as Basutoland) or “Lesotho” for short, is a small mountainous landlocked country in southern Africa surrounded completely by the Republic of South Africa. In other words, The Kingdom of Lesotho is an enclave of South Africa (within South Africa but with its own borders). The name Lesotho which simply translates “The land of the Sotho speakers” was adopted
The Togolese Republic (or “Togo” for short) is a small West African country bordering the Bight of Benin between the Republic of Ghana and the Republic of Benin. Togo borders Burkina Faso to the North, the Republic of Ghana to the West, the Republic of Benin to the East, and the Gulf of Guinea to the South.
The Republic of Togo covers a total land area of about 56,785 square kilometers (about
With a total land area of 4,127 square miles (or 10,689 square kilometers) and 80km of coastline, The Republic of Gambia (or "Gambia" for short) is the smallest country in mainland Africa. The Gambia is surrounded almost entirely by the Republic of Senegal. Gambia has a total population of about 1.9 million people with the population growth rate hovering around 2.3%. About 58% of the population
The Gabonese Republic or “Gabon” for short, is a country located along the Atlantic coast of Equatorial Africa between the Republic of the Congo and Equatorial Guinea. Gabon borders Equatorial Guinea to the northwest, Cameroon to the north, the Republic of the Congo to the east and south, and the Gulf of Guinea to the west. The Republic of Gabon covers a total land area of about 267,667sqkm