Unit 3 Assignment
HN330: Case Management in Human Services
January 18, 2013
The Africa culture is within the continent of Africa. Africa has a racial split that falls between North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa; this divides the cultures into a significant number of ethnic cultures. African cultures are known to be diverse and varied and like the rest the world internal and external forces have impacted upon the African culture. African culture and the way of living are just as important to them as our culture and ways of living is important to us. Africa's population is fast growing while some see it as a blessing others see it as a curse. The population of Africa could also be seen as a positive boost for the country’s economic growth that could be an opportunity for development. There was a dramatic growth in the latter half of the 20th century the number of people on the continent seems to have come from 230 million up to 811 million. If the population on the continent keeps this up it will be up to 1.4 billion in 2025 while in 2050 it will be up to 1.9 billion. In this continent one of every three children born will be in Sub Saharan Africa. Africa had exceeded 1 billion in population which makes Africa the second most populated continent on the planet (Pinto, 2012) It is said that the Africa culture stands out more than any other culture In the World. With a rich and diverse culture African culture is known to change from county to county, many cultures along with traditions are found in Africa which makes Africa diverse, unique and mesmerizing in many ways to the world. Africa culture is all about the ethnic group’s family traditions, the literature, art and music shows the religion along with the social paths of their culture. (Nafisa Baxamusa, 2011) Africa has developed many traditions; Africa had been exploited in the colonial days, for natural wealth, this led to very difficult to consequences such as people...
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