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Somalia 9R KIM SERIN 9R KIM HYUN KYOUNG
The national flag of Somalia was designed by Mohammed Awale Liban. Its blue in color with white color star in center. It was adopted on Oct 12, Mohammed Awale Liban was a Somalia scholar
Somalia is located in East Africa besides the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden..
Religions of Somalia Somalia Religion is mainly Muslim religion. Due to the Muslim rule in Somalia for a long period of time, the Somalia culture was highly influenced by the Muslim. so Somalis are mostly Sunni Muslims.
HDI( Human Development index) Somalia’s Human Development Index (HDI) value, a summary measure of development which takes into account average achievements in health, income and education, Somalia would probably rank among the lowest in the world, at 165 out of the 170 countries.
Economic Indicators According to the CIA and the Central Bank of Somalia, despite experiencing civil unrest, Somalia has maintained a healthy informal economy, based mainly on livestock, remittance / money transfer companies and telecommunications
The age structure between 15 to 64 years comprises of 53% of the total population. The age structure of 66 years and above comprises of only 2.6% of the total population. In the year 2006, the Somalia Demographics shows that the growth rate in population is 2.85%
Somalia industry sectors, despite several adversities, have managed to grow marginally, particularly because of remittances by Somalian nationals living abroad. Such nationals have helped in establishing small, informal industrial units in the nation, including textiles, handicrafts, printing and meat processing. For example, Telecommunications Industry Mineral Industry and Manufacturing Industry
Employment Rates of Somalia Overall unemployment among people aged 15 to 64 is estimated at 54 percent in Somalia, up from 47 percent in 2002 The unemployment rate for youth aged 14 to 29 is 67 percent—one of the highest rates in the world; women lose out more, with unemployment rates at 74%, compared to men at 61%;