Tagged: Comoros

According to wholevehicles, Comoros is a small island nation located in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of East Africa and about halfway between Mozambique and Madagascar. It consists of three main islands: Ngazidja (Grande Comore), Mwali (Mohéli), and Ndzuwani (Anjouan). The land is mostly mountainous, with Ngazidja being the largest and highest island. The climate is tropical with two distinct seasons: a hot rainy season from December to April and a cooler dry season from May to November. In terms of education, Comoros has a literacy rate of 68%. Primary education is free for all children between ages 6-12 and secondary education is compulsory until age 16. Students must pass an exam at the end of middle school in order to continue on to higher studies. Higher education consists of universities, technical schools, and other specialty institutions that offer college degrees or certifications. Education at all levels is provided through both private and public institutions, with tuition fees varying depending on the institution. Additionally, there are numerous scholarship opportunities available for students who wish to pursue higher studies but may not have financial resources to do so. Furthermore, many universities offer online courses for those who cannot attend classes in person due to personal or professional commitments. Check andyeducation for Comoros School and Education.


Comoros Weather and Climate

According to COUNTRYAAH, Comoros is a State of Southeast Africa (1,862 km²). Capital: Moroni. Population: 646,000 (2008 estimate). Language: Arabic, Comorian and French (official), Bantu, Swahili. Religion: Sunni Muslims 98.4%, Christians 1.6%. Monetary unit: Comorian...