Comoros Travel Guide

Comoros Hotels

Comoros Tourist Attractions:
Nouvelle Mosquee de Vendredi
Mwali
Ngazidja
Mahore
Nzwani
Mount Karthala

Comoros Travel Informations and Comoros Travel Guides
Comoros Geography
Comoros Government
Comoros Military
Comoros Foreign Relations
Comoros Economy
Comoros Demographics
Comoros Media & Culture

Comoros History:
Pre-Colonial Iinhabitation
Arab Colonization
European Contact & French Colonization
Comoros Independence


Comoros Vacation Trips

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Comoros Media and Culture

Comorian is the most widely used language on the Comoros. It is a close relative of Swahili; like Swahili, it is a Bantu language with approximately 30% of its vocabulary derived from Arabic. It is one of the three official languages of the Comoros, next to French and Arabic. Each island has a slightly different dialect; that of Anjouan is called Shindzwani, that of Moheli Shimwali, that of Mayotte Shimaore, and that of Grande Comore Shingazidja. No official alphabet existed in 1992, but Arabic and Latin scripts were both used even though they are not native to the region.

There is a government owned national newspaper in Comoros, Al-Watwan, published in Moroni; Kwezi is also published on Mayotte. Radio Comoros is the national radio service and Comoros National TV is the television service.

Education

Almost all of the educated populace of the Comoros has attended Quranic schools at some point in their life, often before regular schooling. Here boys and girls are taught about the Quran, and memorize it. Some parents specifically choose this early schooling to offset French schools children usually attend later. Since independence and the ejection of French teachers, the education system has been plagued by poor teacher training and poor results, though recent stability may allow for substantial improvements. In 2000, 44.2 percent of children ages 5 to 14 years were attending school. There is a general lack of facilities, equipment, qualified teachers, textbooks and other resources. Salaries for teachers are often so far in arrears that many refuse to work.


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Animal Safari- Let Nature Balance Itself

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Wildlife aside, safari would only be composed of a number of plant species, of terrain and of strange creatures like insects, bugs and the likes. Without the animals, African safaris would be reduced into a haven of sedentary and rarely moving species. Without the animal of the safaris, ecosystems would not exist. In a sense, animals add to the beauty that life in Africa may present. They give meaning. They add excitement. And they encourage tourism. More travel tips about Animal Safari- Let Nature Balance Itself


Comoros Travel Informations and Comoros Travel Guides
Pre-Colonial Iinhabitation - Arab Colonization - European Contact & French Colonization
Comoros Independence - Comoros Geography - Comoros Government - Comoros Military - Comoros Foreign Relations
Comoros Economy - Comoros Demographics - Comoros Media & Culture

Comoros Tourism
Nouvelle Mosquee de Vendredi - Mwali - Ngazidja - Mahore - Nzwani - Mount Karthal

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