What is the status of stability in Mozambique?

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What is the status of stability in Mozambique? von Mind Map: What is the status of stability in Mozambique?

1. Social

1.1. High poverty rate: 52%

1.2. Low literacy rate: 58.8%

1.3. High child labor: 22%

1.4. Severe spread of HIV/AIDS

1.5. High unemployment

1.6. Poor living standards

1.6.1. Low life expectancy, high infant mortality

1.6.2. High risk of food or waterborne illness

2. Geographic

2.1. Landscape

2.1.1. Mountainous western and northern region

2.1.2. Southern coastal lowlands

2.1.3. Central highland plateaus

2.2. Environmental Threats

2.2.1. Severe Droughts

2.2.2. Desertification

2.2.3. Flooding

2.2.4. Cyclones

2.2.5. Poaching of endangered wildlife

2.2.5.1. Elephants

2.2.6. Pollution of coastal and surface waters

2.3. Natural Resources

2.3.1. Coal

2.3.2. Titanium

2.3.3. Natural Gas

2.3.4. Graphite

2.3.5. Hydroelectricity

3. Biographic

3.1. Religion: Roman Catholic

3.2. Primary language: Portuguese

3.3. Population: 25,930,150

3.3.1. Slow population growth

4. Technology/Infrastructure

4.1. Transportation

4.1.1. 98 Airports

4.1.2. 4,787 km of railway

4.1.3. 30,331 km of roadway

4.2. Rapid urbanization

4.2.1. Poor waste treatment system

4.2.2. Crowded and unpaved roads

4.3. Low amount of internet usage: 9%

4.4. Moderately high telephone usage: ~80%

5. Political

5.1. Republic

5.1.1. Frelimo Party

5.1.1.1. President Filipe Nyusi

5.1.2. Renamo Party

5.2. Corruption

5.2.1. Corruption Index: 27/100

5.2.2. Law Enforcement corruption

5.2.2.1. Bribery

5.2.2.2. Extortion

5.2.3. Poor judicial effectiveness

6. Economic

6.1. Free Markey Economy

6.1.1. GDP USD 35.31 Billion

6.1.2. Fast growing economy

6.1.2.1. Heavy reliance on agriculture

6.1.2.2. Reliance on natural resources

6.1.3. High inflation rate: ~20%

6.1.4. Freedom rating: mostly unfree

6.1.4.1. Trade reliance

6.1.4.1.1. China

6.1.4.1.2. South Africa

6.1.4.1.3. Netherlands

6.1.4.2. Trade deficit

6.1.4.3. Monetary Freedom

7. Military

7.1. Mozambique Armed Defense Forces

7.1.1. Army

7.1.1.1. Largest aspect of military

7.1.1.2. Lacks new weapon technology

7.1.2. Navy

7.1.2.1. Limited patrol boats

7.1.3. Airforce

7.1.3.1. Weak air defense

7.1.3.2. Limited number of fighter planes

7.2. Disputes

7.2.1. South Africa placed military units along the border of Mozambique to control smuggling, poaching and illegal migration

7.2.2. South African transit point for hashish, heroin and cocaine for Southern Asia