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Vastu in Chad Country:
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We wish to provide Free Vastu Services to the residents of Chad country for a period of 2 weeks i.e., from 19th of March 2018 to 2nd of April 2018. In this time, any Chad resident will get our free vastu online consultation services without any payment. Please paste this promo code in the subject line when you are sending email to us. The promo code is "Peace In Chad".
Chad Country Information:
Chad, officially the “Republic of Chad” is an independent country in central Africa. The country covers an enormous amount of land and is one of the largest African nations. The county is landlocked and is named after the gigantic “Lake Chad” which lies in the middle of the country. The bordering countries of Chad include Niger towards the west, Nigeria, and Cameron towards the southwest, the Central African Republic towards the south, Libya towards the north and Sudan towards the east. Since the independence, the country didn’t got stable and still faces the problem of poverty, corruption, unemployment, military coups and illiteracy.
Before the 7th millennium BC, the ecological and environmental conditions were not suitable for human settlements in the area. In 7th millennium BC, the conditions started to improve and people form neighboring lands began to move in and the area saw huge immigration. Also, the archeologic sites and evidence found in Chad show that the area was Home to one of the oldest civilizations in the world. The local people were mostly dependent on farming and cattle. One of the earliest know people of the area were “Sao” and were famous for their artifacts.
Till the start of the 20th century, different empires ruled the area in their respective time. In 1920, the area came under the French colonial rule. But this area didn’t saw any development or welfare done by the French for the local population. Neither, the French administrators gave proper attention of finance for any project. The French just introduced large-scale cotton production and that of course for their own means. Also, the area provided large numbers of soldiers to the French Army that fought for France in the Second World War. After the war French declared Chad as its overseas territory and gave the right to elect the members of their choice for National Assembly. The country got its full independence in 1960. Since, then the country has not got stable and faced number of military coups, uprisings, civil wars, poverty and crisis.
As lying in the middle of mighty Africa, the country is far away from the sea and this is one of the reasons the country is dry and rough. Almost the entire land of Chad is covered by desert except some of the areas in the South. At the center of the country the “Lake Chad” lies which was once a huge inland sea but today it is shrined to much small (as compared to earlier) and shallow lake as the environment is changing. Also, there is a small amount of rainfall in the country and permanent streams and rivers are very less in the country. Studies show that the area (Chad) which is now just a barren desert was once a lush green area inhabited by the number of species and animals like Elephants, Giraffes, and Hippos. In modern times, due to extensive deforestations and increasing human settlements, the remaining wildlife is also in danger and if the situation isn’t controlled they may also vanish.
The most dependent economic sector of Chad is export of Crude oil and petroleum which is not enough to meet the local demands. Also, due to political instability and military coups, the economy of Chad is not yet stabilized and people face unemployment. Also, the investors see risk in investing in the country. These are the reasons, the country is ranked as one of the poorest countries in the world. Around 80% of the populations is dependent on agriculture which also faces several setbacks like proper Markets, equipment and lack of Water. Other hurdles in the way of the economy are geographic remoteness, lack of infrastructure and instability.
The official languages of Chad are French and Arabic. But due to the diverse ethical background, over 100 local languages were presently spoken. The most widely spoken language of the country is Chadian Arabic and serves as lingua franca. The country is diverse in terms of religion also and the constitution provides religious freedom to its people. According to research conducted, results show that 55% of the population adheres to Islam and 41% followed Christianity. Saudi Arabia often provides funds for construction of mosques and welfare of the Muslim society.
- Country Chad
- Capital City N'Djamena
- Area: 1.284 million km²
- Population: 14.45 million (2016)
- Currency: Central African CFA franc
- Official languages: Bulgarian
- Demonym: Chadian
- Government Unitary dominant-party presidential republic legislature National Assembly
- Religions: Islam 55%, Christianity 41%
- Time Zone: WAT(UTC+1)
- Drives on the Right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +235
- Internet TLD .td
- Chad National Bird Not designated
- Chad National Flower Rose
- Important Cities: N'Djamena, Moundou, Abeche, Sarh, Ruse, Kelo, Bongor
- Famous Rivers Chari River, Logone River, Ouham River, Bahr Aouk River, Mayo Kebbi, Benue River
- Border Countries Libya, Sudan, the Central African Republic, cameroon, Nigeria, Niger
- Tourist Attractions: Lake Chad, Zokuma National Park, Guelta d'Archei, Chad National Museum, Musee National Tchadien, Tarso Toh, Aloba Arch, Lake Yoa
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