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Topic 9: Transport

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Transport can be defined as the movement of people, animals, goods or services from one place to another. It provides a link between different parts of the country, region or world. People move from one place to another, either permanently or temporarily for various reasons. Main Types of Transport Main Types of Transport System at […]

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Topic 8: Sustainable use of power energy and resources

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Energy Energy is the capacity for doing work. Or the power required on carrying out activity. Power Is the rate of doing work. Or the rate of using energy. You must have energy to accomplish work. Therefore, you need energy to produce power. Without energy there is no power that can be produced. The Major […]

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Topic 7: Manufacturing Industry

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Manufacturing industry refers to the industry which involves processing and changing the materials in order to make new products of greater value to man. Manufacturing industries are also referred to as secondary industries. Significance/Importance of manufacturing industry  i) It provides employment ii) Diversification of the economy; Industries reduce the reliance on one type of product […]

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Topic 6: Tourism

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Topic 6: Tourism

Tourism refers to the travel of people away from home to other place for recreation, leisure, religious, family, or business purposes, usually of a limited duration. Tourism involves visiting places of interest like wildlife, beaches, museums etc, Types of tourism There are two categories of tourism, namely, Domestic and international tourism. Domestic tourism involves travel within […]

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Topic 5: Sustainable Mining

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Meaning of some common terms: Mining Is the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials which form the package of economic interest to the miners. Mines; Are places where Minerals are obtained or are the places where minerals are extracted. Minerals; Substances with constant chemical composition which are formed naturally in the earth’s crust […]

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Topic 4: Sustainable use of forest resources exploitation of forest resources

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Forest refers to an extensive area of land which is mostly covered by trees of different sizes and species. Or a forest is a dense growth of trees, plants and undergrowth covering a large area of land. Forests can be natural or man-made (planted)/ Artificial forest  Importance of forests  i) Forests prevent soil erosion; Trees […]

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Topic 3: Water management for economic development

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Topic 3: Water management for economic development

Water Is a colorless, odorless and tasteless liquid found naturally on land surface, atmosphere and water ground reservoirs, and essential for most plant and animal life. Water management Refers to the skillful and careful use and control of water and water resources. It is the management of water resources under set policies and regulations. Water […]

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Topic 2: Agriculture

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Topic 2: Agriculture

Agriculture is the branch of science which deals with crop cultivation and animal keeping. It is categorised as a primary activity since it involves the production of raw materials that can be used by other industries. SMALL SCALE AGRICULTURE It is the type of agriculture (crop cultivation) where a farmer owns a piece of land covers […]

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Topic 1: Human Activities

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Topic 1: Human Activities

Human activities refers to the sum of all things that human beings do to modify the environment, as well as the exploitation of the environment for the resources needed to survive or to achieve certain goals. Human activities contribute to climate change by causing changes in Earth’s atmosphere in the amounts of greenhouse gases, aerosols (small […]

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