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Rwanda Rwandas population has traditionally been composed of HutuTusi and Twa peoples however civil stife at independence and genocidal civil warin 1994 have altered thesepercentages the 1991 offical cenus estimated the countrys population at 7164995 Talkinginto consideration Rwandas growth rate the population in 1996 should have been between 78and 8 million people but it is estimated that less than 55 to 6 million people were living inRwandas people speak a common language Kinyarwanda and share many culturaltraditions More than half of the population is estimated to be Roman Catholic and another 5 to10 Protestant Crisitan Probaly 30 or more hold traditional beliefs There is a small MusliumTraditionally Rwanda has been Africas least urban country although migration to thecapital Kigaliand provincial towns such as RuhengeriButareand Gisenyi incerased thoughoutthe 1980s and the early1990s Prior to 1994 it eas also the most densly populated rural county inthe world with more than 2110 persons per sqkmEducation is free and officially compulsory for childern between ages 7 to 15 butRwandas school system was virtually destroyed during the civil war Most hospitals includingthe university of Rwanda remained closed in 1995 Most hospitals were ethier closed or withoutadequate supplies or medical personnelHutu agriculturalists migrated into what is now Rwanda during the 7th to 10th centuriesAD followed by pastoral Tutsi between the 14th nd 16th centuries A feudal monarchydeveloped that remained in existence for centuries before Rwanda was absorbed into German eastAfrica in 1899 Belgium occupied the area in 1916 and controlled what are now Rwanda andBurundi until Rwanda gained its independenceBefore European occupation the kingdom of
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