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According to watchtutorials, Cabo Verde is a small archipelago located off the coast of West Africa. The population of the country is estimated to be around 540,000 people. The majority of the population is of mixed African and Portuguese heritage, with smaller communities of European, Asian and Latin American descent. The official language spoken in Cabo Verde is Portuguese, but Crioulo – a Portuguese-based Creole language – is also widely spoken. The majority of Cabo Verde’s population lives in rural areas, while the cities and towns are concentrated on three islands: Santiago, Sao Vicente and Sal. The literacy rate in Cabo Verde is one of the highest in Africa at 87%, with nearly universal access to primary education. Health care services are provided by both public and private institutions, including hospitals and clinics throughout the country. Life expectancy at birth for both men and women reaches 74 years on average – higher than most other countries in Africa. Unemployment levels remain high at 15%, particularly among young people aged 15-24 who make up 40% of those unemployed nationwide. Despite this high unemployment rate, Cabo Verde has seen steady economic growth over the past decade with a GDP per capita that has increased by over 60% since 2000. This growth has been largely driven by tourism as well as investments from abroad in areas such as telecommunications and banking services. See ejinhua for Cape Verde Population and Language.

Cabo Verde Presidents and Prime Ministers

National Flag of Cabo Verde According to aceinland, the national flag of Cabo Verde is a horizontal tricolor of blue, white, and red. The blue band is at the top, followed by a white band in the middle and a red band at the bottom. The colors of the flag are said to represent the… Read More »