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Into the jungle. Into the wild. Into harm's way.
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However, the UNITA insurgency made farming dangerous, and since it ended in 2002 Angola’s agricultural sector has not returned to its prewar levels. Today, less than 3 percent of the land is cultivated, and agriculture provides less than 10 percent of the country’s GDP. A major reason that farming remains dangerous is that Angola has the largest concentration of land mines in the world. According to UNICEF, there are an estimated 10 million land mines buried in Angolan soil. The HALO Trust, an NGO devoted to removing land mines, has identified 289 mine fields in the Huambo province alone.
Superministers report directly to the prime minister. The heads of each government department form an advisory Council of Ministers that meets regularly with the prime minister and president to discuss national issues and government policies. The constitution specifies that the president can only serve two fiveyear terms. However, dos Santos’s term has been considerably longer. He was not popularly elected when he first took the position in 1979. In 1992 he won the election by default. Although dos Santos received the most votes, he did not get a majority (over 50 percent), so there should have been a runoff election between the top two candidates (in this case, dos Santos and Savimbi).
When the war broke out, most of these people left for Portugal or other parts of Africa. The sudden disappearance of so many managers and technicians was an immediate blow to the economy. Compounding the problem, the war crippled the national education system, so workers could not be trained to take their places. Consequently, there remains a great need for a sophisticated workforce. Second, the infrastructure of the country—particularly the roads and electrical system—is unreliable. Road transportation remains dangerous because of land mines, and Angola’s railroads were damaged during the war.
Angola by Rob Staeger