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Population, Social Problems

overcrowding, independence, poverty, rivalry, environmental stress

Ethnic division and rivalry have been the dominant features of Rwandan society since independence in 1962. These severe problems are compounded further by poverty, overcrowding, environmental stress, and one of the highest incidences of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in the world.



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overcrowding, independence, poverty, rivalry, environmental stress, AIDS, immunodeficiency syndrome

 
 

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