United Arab Emirates – HQ

Formed in 1971 – 72, the UAE is a federation of 7 emirates located the Persian (Arabian) Gulf.

Capital: Abu Dhabi
Population: 9.35million
Natural resources: Petroleum and natural gas
Natural hazards: Frequent sand and dust storms

Kenya – Regional HQ

Located in East Africa and bordering the Indian Ocean, Kenya is home to a fabulous array of wildlife including lions, elephants and rhinos.

Capital: Nairobi
Population: 44.4 million
Natural resources: Limestone, salt and gemstones
Natural hazards: Recurring drought and flooding during rainy seasons

Uganda – Support Office

Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa with a diverse landscape that encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and the 68,800 km² Lake Victoria.

Capital: Kampala
Population: approx.  37.58 million
Natural resources: Copper, cobalt and gold
Natural hazards: None

Cameroon – Support Office

Cameroon is a Central African country located on the Gulf of Guinea. Its general stability in the past 50 years has promoted the development of agriculture, roads and railways.

Capital: Yaoundé
Population: 22.25 million
Natural resources: Petroleum, bauxite and iron ore
Natural hazards: Volcanic activity with periodic releases of poisonous gases from Lake Nyos and Lake Monoun volcanoes

Somalia – Country Office

In Eastern Africa, east of Ethiopia, bordering the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean with the longest coastline on Africa’s mainland.

Capital: Mogadishu
Population: 12.3 million
Natural resources: Uranium and largely unexploited reserves of iron ore, tin and copper

Natural hazards: Recurring drought, frequent dust storms over eastern plains in summer and floods during rainy season


CAR – Country Office

The Central African Republic is a landlocked country in central Africa whose motto (translated from French) is “Unity, Dignity, Work”.

Capital: Bangui
Population: 4.7 million
Natural resources: Uranium reserves, crude oil, gold and diamonds
Natural hazards: Hot, dry, and dusty Harmattan trade wind in the north and desertification in the south

South Sudan – Country Office

South Sudan is located in northeastern Africa and includes Bandingilo National Park —home to the second-largest wildlife migration in the world.

Capital: Juba
Population: 11.3 million
Natural resources: Petroleum, iron ore, tungsten, copper and diamonds
Natural hazards: Dry seasons and water scarcity

Tanzania – Country Office

Tanzania is an East African country known for its Serengeti National Park, home to the “big five” (elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, rhino) and Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain.  

Capital: Dodoma
Population: 49.25 million
Natural resources: Natural gas, gold and gemstones
Natural hazards: None

Mozambique – Country Office

The former Portuguese colony Mozambique lies in southeast Africa, bordered by the Indian Ocean to the east and Tanzania to the north.

Capital: Maputo
Population: 25.83 million
Natural resources: Natural gas, aluminium, beryllium and tantalum.
Natural hazards: Cyclones during the wet season

Democratic Republic of the Congo – Sales Office

The Democratic Republic of the Congo  is located in central Africa and is the fourth most-populated nation in Africa.

Capital: Kinshasa
Population: 67.51 million
Natural resources: 70% of the world’s coltan, a third of its cobalt, 30% of its diamond reserves and a tenth of its copper.
Natural hazards: Active volcanos Mount Nyiragongo and Mount Nyamulagira

Ghana – Sales Office

Ghana is a West African country known for its old forts and secluded beaches

Capital: Accra
Population: 25.9 million
Natural resources: Gold, diamonds, and bauxite
Natural hazards: None


A landlocked country in southeastern Africa, which became independent 1964 and a republic two years later. Malawi’s highland landscape is divided by the Great Rift Valley which contains the enormous Lake Malawi (almost 30 000 km2).

Capital: Lilongwe
Population: 15.9 million
Natural resources:Limestone, arable land, hydropower, unexploited deposits of uranium, coal, and bauxite.
Natural hazards: None




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