Prayer times in Chad
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Chad, or the Republic of Chad, is a distinctive landlocked country nestled in the North Central region of Africa. It shares its borders with Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest, and Niger to the west. The country's capital, N'Djamena, a bustling city, acts as the fulcrum for Chad's administrative, economic, and cultural affairs. The geographical topography of Chad presents an intriguing tapestry - the north is dominated by a barren desert, the central region has an arid Sahelian belt, and the south embraces a lush Sudanian Savanna. The country’s name is derived from Lake Chad, Africa's second-largest wetland and a life-giving water source to over 68 million people. Chad's multifaceted culture represents a melange of its numerous ethnic and linguistic groups. The country boasts of unique musical traditions, such as the kinde, a one-stringed musical instrument, and the melodious Tibesti music. Predominantly dependent on agriculture, Chad's economy heavily leans on cotton, its principal cash crop. Despite its vibrant cultural diversity and abundance of natural resources, Chad grapples with a multitude of challenges such as its geographical disadvantage of being landlocked, the adverse effects of climate change, infrastructural deficits, and political instability. While it remains one of the poorest and most corruption-ridden countries in the world, with high child mortality rates and low life expectancy, the indomitable spirit of the Chadian people, their resilience and unwavering hope for a brighter, prosperous future is truly inspiring.