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Roads are the only form of transportation within Burundi. The country's small size limits internal air traffic, waterways are underdeveloped.
Some 220,000 people have fled Burundi and 15,000 people have been displaced within the country, according to the UN estimates.
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza says the plan to send peacekeepers would constitute "an invading force".
There are many barriers that block seemingly easy solutions to ending world hunger in places such as Burundi. 90% of the people of Burundi work in an agricultural field; if agricultural productivity increases, then the farmers would be able to pay their bills and keep food on their tables.
* The Burundi an insurance industry is regulated by the ARCA.
Internationally isolated, crippled by corruption and facing intensified ethnic conflict, Burundi could emerge as yet another sick regime in Africa.
Burundi was plunged into turmoil in late April when President Pierre Nkurunziza launched his drive for a third consecutive five-year term, triggering widespread protests.
"You know that Burundi is among the countries that is contributing troops in Somalia and that's why I came here to contact my friends and my fellow presidents in Kenya and Uganda and these countries are being targeted by al-Shabab," Mr Nkurunziza said, adding that his aim in contacting fellow presidents was to find strategies to safeguard the security of Burundians.
Westwood teachers say the book will do more than just raise funds and awareness about the Bridge to Burundi Project.
Mohammed Rukara Khalfan, ombudsman of Burundi presented a working paper titled "The Role of Omanis in the Spread of Islam and Islamic Culture in the Great Lakes States".
Because Burundi participates in peacekeeping operations in Somalia, the terrorist organization al-Shabaab, based in Somalia, has threatened to conduct terror attacks in Burundi.
Former champions Democratic Republic of Congo came from behind to book a place in the quarter-finals of the African Nations Championship in South Africa with Group D toppers Gabon following a 2-1 Group D victory over Burundi that also eliminated the losers from the competition.