Much of Southern and East Africa experienced food and water shortages due to the El Nio phenomenon.
Wood is a main source of energy for this region.
The Green Belt movement is critical to tree planting.
Sub-Saharan Africa is growing.
It is the fastest-growing world region in terms of population, with nearly 1 billion people.
Life expectancies have been lowered in many countries because of HIV/AIDS.
Dozens of languages are spoken in the region.
Large and growing numbers of Muslims and Christians make religious life important.
Religious diversity and tolerance have been distinctive features of this region, but religious conflict has been on the rise.
In the 1960s, most countries gained independence.
Governments have struggled for national unity within the boundaries drawn by European colonialists since then.
There are a lot of people who are internally displaced.
Extreme poverty is common in this region.
The new benchmarks to measure progress are the UN's goals to reduce extreme poverty.
Significant improvements in education, life expectancy, and economic growth are occurring.
Europe and SW Asia have become major flower exporting countries.
Women prepare roses for shipping.
Simbi Roses is a fair trade flower farm.
Idea systems that evolved here are Highland African countries.
Emerging leaders in the global cut flower industry are shaped by outsiders.
Slave traders from Europe, North Africa, and is a multi-million dollar business with The Netherlands as its Southwest Asia treated Africans as chattel, but new growers are cutting into Dutch millions of Africans were taken from the region and sold into slavery.
Europe's major markets divided the entire continent in the late 1800s.
The colonial powers impose political boundaries that are at altitudes of 6,000 to 9,000 feet.
Many of the same economic and political challenges were shared by Sub-Saharan African during the postcolonial period.
The major question when defining the region is whether to roses.
Cut flowers include North Africa and treat the entire continent as one world are flown to Europe, Asia, and North America.
The regional region is in Africa.
Ethiopia's floral business is catching up quickly with both culturally and physically, to Southwest Asia, as Arabic is the significant investment from the Netherlands, India, and Ecuador.
Growing global demand.
In Latin America and the Caribbean, a capital-intensive crop requiring more rural, and younger than greenhouses, irrigation systems, pack houses, and cold storage is what it is.
Floriculture is not suitable for small farmers.
There are 48 states and 1 territory investors in this region, which also includes 1 territory investor in South Africa.
This is a way for blooms to increase their economies.
A heavy reliance on pesticides to the population is a downside of floriculture.
43 percent of the people live in extreme poverty because they are not properly trained and protected from chemical exposure.
For a country that is suffering $1.90 per day.
Negative food shortages such as Ethiopia, redirecting limited arable land headlines about violence, disease, and poverty might lead to and water for a non-food export is controversial.
Many Africans are positive about the future.
Locals getting incentives displace small farmers.
In an increasingly complex production chain, investors from groups, and government agencies have worked to reduce infant India, use floral breeds from Colombia and Ecuador, and increase food production in Ethiopia by opening new markets in the Middle East.
Russia is growing faster than the Netherlands.
Billions at stake, flowers are a positive indicator for the region.
Information sharing and defining Sub-Saharan Africa commerce.
Sub-Saharan Africa is a large part of Africa with abundant natural resources and a growing young population that needs better education.
Investments, religion, language, philosophy, and political improvements are needed.
The system has united the area.
The region's unity stems from loose cultural bonds developed from a variety of lifestyles and physical geography.
The cultural influences of African peoples are summarized.
The region's post independence conflicts are linked to the colonial history of Sub-Saharan Africa.
In the strategies for maintaining peace, connect to conflicts in this region and identify ethnicity to improve educational and social development outcomes.