The Gambia 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.
Gambia is a country in West Africa. Banjul is the Gambian capital, but the largest cities are Serekunda and Brikama. The Gambia Outline Map shows the geographical location of this nation with respect to her neighboring country: surrounded by Senegal, apart from a short strip of Atlantic coastline at its western end, Cape Verde island country. Each of the neighboring countries is an editable map.
The Gambia Map is the administrative map with 5 regions and 1 city, 37 Districts; each of the Regions or Districts is an editable map. The 5 regions and 1 city are 1.Central River (Janjanbureh), 2.Lower River (Mansa Konko), 3.North Bank (Kerewan), 4.Upper River (Basse), 5.Western (Brikama) and the national capital, Banjul.
The 37 Districts are Banjul, Central Baddibu, Foni Bintang-Karanai, Foni Bondali, Foni Brefet, Foni Jarrol, Foni Kansala, Fuladu East, Fulladu West, Janjan Bureh, Jarra Central, Jarra East, Jarra West, Jokadu, Kanafing, Kantora, Kiang Central, Kiang East, Kiang West, Kombo Central, Kombo East, Kombo North/Saint Mary, Kombo South, Lower Baddibu, Lower Niumi, Lower Saloum, Niamina Dankunku, Niamina East, Niamina West, Niani, Nianija, Sami, Sandu, Upper Baddibu, Upper Niumi, Upper Saloum, and Wuli.
The Gambia 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)- Regions
- Political map labeled with adm1 names- Regions
- Political map with national and regional capitals- Regions
- Political map with capitals and adm1 names-Regions
- Blank political map with second level administrative divisions (adm2)- Districts
- Political map labeled with adm2 names- Districts
Gambia is a small country located on the west coast of Africa. Despite its size, it is known for its warm hospitality, beautiful beaches, and vibrant culture. The official language is English, but many Gambians also speak local languages such as Mandinka, Wolof, and Fula.
The country’s economy is largely based on agriculture, with peanuts, rice, and fish being the main exports. However, the government has recently been promoting tourism as a way to diversify the economy and create more job opportunities for its citizens.
Gambia is also known for its rich history, with many historical sites such as the Jufureh village, which is believed to be the ancestral home of Kunta Kinte, the central character in Alex Haley’s book “Roots.” The country also has several museums, including the National Museum in Banjul, that showcase the country’s cultural heritage.
Despite its many attractions, Gambia has faced political instability in the past. However, the country has made efforts to address these issues, including holding peaceful elections and implementing reforms to improve governance and human rights.
One of the most notable aspects of Gambian society is the role of women. Women hold important positions in government and business, and the country has made significant progress in promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment.
In terms of wildlife, Gambia is home to several national parks and reserves, including the Abuko Nature Reserve, which is home to over 270 species of birds and other animals such as monkeys, crocodiles, and leopards.
Overall, Gambia is a country with a rich culture and natural beauty, that has made significant progress towards political stability and economic development. With its friendly people and diverse attractions, Gambia is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered by tourists and travelers.
Last updated on September 30, 2022.
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