Burkina Faso history
Burkina Faso is a small, poor, landlocked country in West Africa. It borders Niger to the east, Mali to the north and west, and Benin, Togo, Ghana and Ivory Coast to the south. Burkina Faso, formerly known as Upper Volta, was once part of French West Africa from 1896 to 1960.
The first people to settle in the area are the Moses people in the 11th and 13th centuries. They established powerful states such as Ouagadougou, Tinkodogo and Yatinaga. These states were trans-facilitated trade centers. These empires succeeded in resisting conquest through financial and golden empires. Later in 1890, the French colonially re-wrote the border, which corresponds to existing borders.
The country marched towards independence under a Musa majority party. The Upper Volta was released in 1960. In 1984, the country changed its name to Burkina Faso. Burkina Faso is a poor country. It is unable to meet the needs of its population. As a result, many uprisings and young people became more prosperous in countries like Ghana, Ivory Coast and Nigeria.
Food and economy
Eating in daily life is the main diet, a type of paste made from maize or corn flour. It is light and eaten with sauce. The most popular sauces are made with barbs and / or sorrel leaves and contain spices, which vary from region to region. Cheese butter or peanut paste is often added.
Yams are grown and eaten in the southern part of the country, while milk is an important part of the diet in the north, especially between Fulbi. Local dishes also include a caterpillar that is well-liked in Booboo and which is being nourished by high protein intake.
In rural areas, meat is rarely eaten. Cattle are not kept primarily for nutrition, but are meant to pay for the bride or to offer sacrifices. Discount is a weekly market where meat is produced and sold. It is often cooked pork in the oven,
Is considered a delicacy. Rice and pasta have replaced teas in urban areas. In the morning the wooden hollow offers customers a coffee breakfast, fried egg, and fresh French-style baguette. Ouagadougou and Babu Dualso have international restaurants with French, Italian, Chinese and Lebanese cuisine.