This course targets to study physical features, human and economic aspects of Rwanda. The contents of this course comprises the following aspects; physical features of Rwanda: rocks, formation of landforms, topography, climate, soil, vegetation and drainage; human and economic aspects of Rwanda: population, settlement, agriculture, livestock, fishing, forestry, mining, industrialization, commerce and trade, energy and power, regional and international integration, hindrances and prospects for development of Rwanda. N.B: This course is composed by two theoretical credits and one practical credit. Practical activities: reading and interpreting various maps of Rwanda; identification of various physical features of Rwanda in the field; visit of various economic activities and discussing their roles in development of the country; report of field trips.
- Teacher: Kivili William