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Bodi, Benin

ArrondissementPenessoulou
CommuneBassila
CountryBenin
DepartmentDonga Department
Time zoneUTC+1 ( WAT )

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Food and Economy

A variety of programs have emerged to mitigate the risks of growing cotton, as well as initiatives to encourage farmers to grow other crops. The U. S. Food and Agriculture Organization leads a variety of programs in Benin, including its Integrated Production and Pest Management program and its Farmer-Field School. IPPM aims to educate farmers on the risks of some pesticides while encouraging diversification in crops and improvement of Agriculture practices to lower the incidence of Pest naturally. The small FFS educate groups of farmers on optimal use of planting and fertilizer that reduces costs and increases crop yields. Some people and private individuals have also stepped in to address poverty. Father Godfrey Nzamujo, a former professor at the University of California, Irvine, left the United states and came to Benin in the attempt to use his ph. D in microbiology to address Food security through zero-waste, sustainable farms. He started a farm in 1985 that focused on creating zero waste and reflective crop rotation to maintain natural fertility of soil and prevent reliance on fertilizer. Since then, he has opened multiple centres in 15 countries to share his organic farming techniques with others. With the UN support, Nzamujo has been able to educate 30 000 farmers. Pesticide Action Network, UK organisation, also works in Benin to promote organic cotton Agriculture and reduce the use of harmful pesticides. It helps farmers find natural alternatives to pesticides and gain access to agricultural equipment that increases efficiency. This equipment is often useful for a variety of other tasks as well, as the milling equipment can grind neem seeds to make natural pesticides and grind corn for Food. Each of these programs uses a variety of methods, but ultimately they have the same desired outcome. By promoting sustainable agricultural practices and diversifying the crops away from cotton, the farmers in Benin can have higher crop yields, more fertile soil for future seasons and resilience to external shocks. Diminishing these farmers " The need for expensive fertilizers and harmful pesticides increase their benefits, decreases Food insecurity and reduces poverty in Benin.


BENIN

The origin of the false medical issue in BENIN is likely to be related to the country's impoverished State. BENIN had 27 fewer GDP per capita starting 2017, at approximately 2 300. In terms of medical intervention, BENIN has been desperate for some time. The CIA lists the risk of citizens of Beninese contracting infectious diseases as very high. The diseases responsible for the highest percentage of diseases are bacteria and protozoal diarrhea, hepatitis, typhoid fever, dengue fever, malaria and meningococcal meningitis. BENIN also faces struggles related to HIV / AIDS, resulting in 2 200 deaths in 2018. As of 2016, the nation spends only about 4 percent of its GDP on the health sector. This lack of funding from the Government's sponsor of health comes out open for black market interference and fake prescription drugs quickly flood shops and pharmacies. These drugs often have no active ingredient and do little to fight the diseases that marketing suggests they cure. Instead, they lead to a litany of new health problems, often causing ulcers and organ failure. People have linked more than 100 000 deaths to fake medicine in BENIN.

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Political Life

Democratic republic of the presidential representative, the President is the head of the government and the head of state. Benin has multiple parties. The government has executive power and shares legislative power with the legislature. Benin has an independent judiciary. The 1990 Constitution of the benins 1990 the country's Constitution to democracy in 1991 and has established its political system. The 2007 world Freedom Index, by Reporters Without Borders, lists Benin as 53 of 69 total countries. The 2008 Index by African government Index, measures the state of government of Africa, scores the Benin highly. It has 13 of 48 sub-Saharan and well-Security and the Participation and Human Rights.


BENIN

BENIN is a private country official known as the Republic of BENIN. BENIN borders Nigeria in east, Burkina Faso and Niger to the north, and Togo to the West. The country has a small coastal area on the largeht of BENIN, where the majority of the population resides. Its capital is Porto-Novo, but Cotonou, the largest city, is the headquarters of the government. The population of BENIN is 8. 8 million and has an area of 11 000 square kilometres. The tropical climate of BENIN leads it to be highly dependent on agriculture. The substantial income and employment arises from subsistence agriculture. The French is the official BENIN language, but people commonly speak indigenous languages such as or for the y Fon. Roman Catholics are the largest religious group in BENIN. Muslims, Vondun, and the Protestants follow the most behind. BENIN belongs to the African Union, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the South Atlantic Peace and Cooperation area, the Community of Sahel-Sahel-sahrapatii, the African Petroleum Producer Association, the Authority of Niger Basin, and the United Nations. The Kingdom of Dahomey ruled what is now the BENIN day from the 17th to the 19th century. Due to the prevalence of the transatlantic Slave Trade, the region has become known as the Slave Coast. In 1892, France took over the area after the Slave Trade was the Ban and named it Dahomey French. The Democratic Republic began in 1960 when Dahomey gained independence from France, which lasted for 12 years. The people's Republic of BENIN was a Marxist dictatorship ruled from 1972 to 1990. This led to a period of repression and economic collapse. The Republic of BENIN was formed in 1991 and brought with it multi-party elections.

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Socialization

Benin was a big and varied kingdom. Some people live in villages and small towns, but most people live and work in the City of Benin. The most important person in the kingdom was the king, known as Oba. Hundreds of men and women live in the royal court, and they dedicate their lives to taking care of Oba and his family. Some people in court had very special jobs, working as acrobats, sorcerers or leopard hunters. Most people in the field work as farmers but there are also potters and blacksmiths. They make simple pots, weapons and tools for the villagers.

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Etiquette

The restaurant label for drinking. A Beninese host can pour guests drink and take sip before handing a cup or glass guests. In turn, the guest takes a sip and spit a bit on the ground before drinking. The host is showing guests who drinks is safe. The guests are showing the memory of the dead before taking part in the essential act of life. The dinner tag for food. The benin food is spicy. There is a basic West African mix of vegetables and rice, and an ubiquitous porridge made from different grains. Meat is rarely available, and if you ' re served, remember that no part of the animal is the waste: you eat everything, the bones include.

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Religion

Benin, small ex-French colony sitting at the green corner of West Africa, is the original home of that much-maligned religion, Voodoo. As would seem appropriate for the home of a famous religion for its dolls and zombies, Benin is awash in magic, has kings sitting on thrones every way, which you look and gods and ghosts that turn to the left, right and centre. When you venture to a city whose walls are said to be coated in human blood and where the King still has a throne made from the skulls of men, then you know sue going to be in for some unusual experiences. The Abomey, once known as Dahomey, was once one of the most powerful, and brutal, kingdoms in West Africa and its vast royal complex still dominates the city. As the home of the most important royal family in Benin, this is clearly the place to hob-nob with the royals. There are actually two kings in Abomey; one of which wears a silver face mask over its mouth and nose in order to prevent it from accidentally swallowing germs of mere mortals.

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