AFRICA HR Solutions in Comoros
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What makes Comoros SO Interesting?
Three Things You Didn’t Know About Comoros
Wild and not popular, the Comoros islands fights to remain an attractive destination even though they only get about 3,000 tourists per year. Being one of the tiniest countries in Africa, Comoros has a rich history and is full of exotic plants and animal life which could easily compete with comparable islands like Mauritius, Reunion and Seychelles. Here are three things which you didn’t know about Comoros:
It’s home to giant bats
Livingstone’s fruit bats are megabats which are found only in Comoros. They are also classified as endangered species, with only around 1,000 left in the world.
It’s home to a very active volcano
As the highest peak in Comoros, Mount Karthala rises 7,746 feet above the ocean and creates an imposing peak and crater.
It’s known as the perfumed islands
Comoros is the second largest producer of vanilla in the world and is also a huge exporter of ylang-ylang and cloves. Those unfamiliar with ylang-ylang might recognize it as one of the important essences in Chanel No. 5.
Here at Africa HR, we offer a Professional Employment Outsourcing (PEO) facility. We provide businesses with wide range of human-resources services which includes:
- Human Resources Management
- Salary Surveys
- Payroll Administration and processing
- Safety Programs
- Recruiting and Outplacement support
- Government Compliance
- Palm Oil
- Essential Oils
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
- $1.2 billion
- 3.3% growth
- 2.8% 5-year annual growth
- $1,548 per capita
Unemployment Rate: 6.5%
Global Ranking in Economy Progress 2016: 141st
Moroni is the official and largest city of the country. Located in the west coast of Grande Comore, the largest island of the archipelago; you may find yourself in a different world. An Arabian style, colorful women with wraps, you may find some traditional cafes and shops which makes the simplicity and the beauty of the town. Moroni is home to the administrative centers, political headquarters, seaport commerce, business hubs and religious sites. Moroni is also an excellent starting point for those who wish to visit the rest of the islands.
Comoros has three official languages: French, Arabic and Comorian which is a native language close to the Swahili and widely spoken among the locals. French and Arabic are mostly used for official purposes: commerce, administrative and for business tasks.
Comoros is the 194th largest export economy in the world. Heavily dependent on agriculture, Comoros has a modest economic situation. Around 80% of the population are involved in agricultural activities. From hunting, forestry to fishing; they heavily earn their living with these activities. The major industries of Comoros which supports the economy of the country are perfume distillation industry, tourism industry and fishing industry. The Comoros economy is also backed by a vast quantity of imports. Apart from rice, the merchandises which are imported to the country include petroleum products, consumer goods, transport equipment and cement.