The Burundi map product in PowerPoint format includes 8 slides, showing the location, the country boundary (adm0), national and regional capitals, and all the first level administrative boundaries of this country (adm1), the second level administrative boundaries of this country (adm2). Our professional design map can help to differentiate your presentation from the competition.
Burundi is a small, landlocked country located in East Africa, bordered by Tanzania, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. With a population of approximately 11 million people, Burundi is one of the poorest countries in the world, with an average life expectancy of just 61 years. Despite its challenges, Burundi is home to a rich culture and history. Each of the neighboring countries is an editable map.
The Burundi Map is the administrative map with 17 Provinces and 119 Communes; each of the Provinces or Communes is an editable map. The 17 Provinces are Bubanza, Bujumbura Mairie, Bujumbura Rural, Bururi, Cankuzo, Cibitoke, Gitega, Karuzi, Kayanza, Kirundo, Makamba, Muramvya, Muyinga, Mwaro, Ngozi, Rutana, and Ruyigi.
The 119 Communes are Bisoro, Bubanza, Bugabira, Buganda, Bugarama, Bugendana, Bugenyuzi, Buhiga, Buhinyuza, Bukemba, Bukeye, Bukinanyan, Bukirasazi, Burambi, Buraza, Bururi, Busiga, Busoni, Butaganzwa, Butaganzwa, Butezi, Butihinda, Buyengero, Bwambarang, Bweru, Cankuzo, Cendajuru, Gahombo, Gashikanwa, Gashoho, Gasorwe, Gatara, Gihanga, Giharo, Giheta, Gihogazi, Gisagara, Gishubi, Gisozi, Gisuru, Gitanga, Gitaramuka, Gitega, Giteranyi, Gitobe, Isale, Itaba, Kabarore, Kabezi, Kanyosha1, Kayanza, Kayogoro, Kayokwe, Kibago, Kigamba, Kiganda, Kinyinya, Kiremba, Kirundo, Mabanda, Mabayi, Makamba, Makebuko, Marangara, Matana, Matongo, Mbuye, Mishiha, Mpanda, Mpinga-Kay, Mubimbi, Mugamba, Mugina, Mugongoman, Muha, Muhanga, Muhuta, Mukaza, Mukike, Muramvya, Muruta, Murwi, Musigati, Musongati, Mutaho, Mutambu, Mutimbuzi, Mutumba, Muyinga, Mwakiro, Mwumba, Ndava, Ngozi, Ntahangwa, Ntega, Nyabihanga, Nyabikere, Nyabiraba, Nyabitsind, Nyamurenza, Nyanrusang, Nyanza-Lac, Rango, Rugazi, Rugombo, Ruhororo, Rumonge, Rusaka, Rutana, Rutegama, Rutovu, Ruyigi, Ryansoro, Shombo, Songa, Tangara, Vugizo, Vumbi, and Vyanda.
The Burundi maps are listed below with details; you can check each of them in the product gallery.
- Blank framed outline map with neighboring countries
- Blank outline map (adm0)
- Blank political map with first level administrative divisions (adm1)- Provinces
- Political map labeled with adm1 names- Provinces
- Political map with national and regional capitals- Provinces
- Political map with capitals and adm1 names-Provinces
- Blank political map with second level administrative divisions (adm2)- Communes
- Political map labeled with adm2 names- Communes
Burundi’s economy is primarily based on agriculture, with coffee and tea being the country’s main exports. However, political instability, corruption, and ethnic tensions have hindered Burundi’s development and economic growth. The country has experienced two decades of civil war, which have caused significant damage to its infrastructure and society.
Despite its challenges, Burundi is home to a diverse range of ethnic groups, including the Hutu, Tutsi, and Twa. The country’s official languages are French and Kirundi, with English also spoken in some areas. Burundi is known for its traditional drumming and dance, and its unique blend of African and Arabic influences.
Burundi is also home to several national parks, including the Kibira National Park and the Ruvubu National Park. These parks are home to a variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions, and chimpanzees. Burundi’s natural beauty and wildlife make it a popular destination for tourists, despite the country’s challenges.
In recent years, Burundi has made some progress towards stability and development. The country held successful elections in 2020, which were widely seen as a positive step towards peace and democracy. However, Burundi still faces significant challenges, including poverty, corruption, and ethnic tensions.
In conclusion, Burundi is a small but vibrant country with a rich culture and history. Despite its challenges, Burundi has made progress towards stability and development in recent years, and its natural beauty and wildlife make it a unique and interesting destination for tourists. However, the country still has a long way to go in terms of addressing its economic and social challenges and realizing its full potential.
Last updated on September 30, 2022.
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