The Guinea 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.
Guinea is a West African country located on the Atlantic coast. It is bordered by Guinea-Bissau, Senegal, Mali, Ivory Coast, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Conakry is the capital and largest city of Guinea. The country has a population of approximately 13 million people and is known for its diverse culture, rich history, and natural resources.
The Guinea Map is the administrative map with 8 Regions and 34 Prefectures; each of the Regions or Prefectures is an editable map.
- The 8 Regions are Boke, Conakry, Faranah, Kankan, Kindia, Labe, Mamou, and Nzerekore.
- The 34 Prefectures are Beyla, Boffa, Boke, Conakry, Coyah, Dabola, Dalaba, Dinguiraye, Dubreka, Faranah, Forecariah, Fria, Gaoual, Gueckedou, Kankan, Kerouane, Kindia, Kissidougou, Koubia, Koundara, Kouroussa, Labe, Lelouma, Lola, Macenta, Mali, Mamou, Mandiana, Nzerekore, Pita, Siguiri, Telimele, Tougue, and Yomou.
The Guinea 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 Provincial capitals- Regions
- Political map with capitals and adm1 names-Regions
- Blank political map with second level administrative divisions (adm2)- Prefectures
- Political map labeled with adm2 names- Prefectures
The economy of Guinea is largely dependent on the mining industry, particularly of bauxite, which is used to produce aluminum. The country also has significant deposits of gold, iron ore, and diamonds. However, despite its mineral wealth, Guinea remains one of the poorest countries in the world, with high levels of poverty, unemployment, and underdevelopment.
Guinea faces many challenges, including political instability, corruption, and a lack of infrastructure. The country has a history of military coups and political unrest, which has hindered its development. Additionally, Guinea is susceptible to natural disasters such as floods and droughts.
However, the government of Guinea has taken steps to improve the country’s economic and social conditions. In recent years, Guinea has experienced some economic growth, and the government has invested in infrastructure projects to improve transportation and communication networks.
Guinea is also known for its vibrant culture, which is a blend of African, European, and Islamic influences. The country has a rich musical tradition, with popular genres such as Mandingue, Malinke, and Soussou. Guinea is also home to several traditional dance styles and festivals, such as the Fête de la Récolte and the Festival des Arts et Cultures de Guinée.
In recent years, Guinea has also faced challenges related to the Ebola virus outbreak and security threats from terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. The government and international community must work together to address these challenges and promote a brighter future for the people of Guinea. With its diverse culture, natural resources, and potential for economic growth, Guinea has the potential to become a thriving African nation.
Last updated on September 30, 2022.
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