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João Guilherme is 2 years old and lives in Brazil.
João Guilherme lives with his mother and father. João Guilherme's mother is Sometimes Employed. Her occupation is Homemaker. João Guilherme's father is Sometimes Employed. His occupation is Agriculture / Farmer. João Guilherme has 1 sibling living in the household. João Guilherme is not required to help with family duties at home due to age. João Guilherme's favourite activities and interests include: Clapping hands to rhythm. Activities that João Guilherme enjoys through the church are: Only Attends Project. João Guilherme does not attend school. The reason given by our field office is: Under Age. João Guilherme's family lives in the area of Mucambo in Brazil.
Encompassing the Amazon River basin, Brazil is the fifth-largest country in the world in terms of land mass. About 90 percent of its population lives on 10 percent of the land, a 200-mile tropical zone bordering the Atlantic Ocean.
In addition to Indians, the country is home to Portuguese, Africans brought to Brazil as slaves, and European and oriental groups that have settled here in the last century. The national language is Portuguese, but the well-educated also speak English. Ninety-three percent of Brazilians are Catholic.
Originally inhabited by indigenous people, Brazil was claimed by Portugal as a colony in 1500. Portuguese rule lasted until 1822, when the colony declared its independence and established an independent monarchy. The monarchy ruled until 1889, when Brazil became a republic. The new republic adopted a federative system of government, which it still maintains. Since 1995, when Fernando Henrique Cardoso became president, the country has seen a decline in the rate of inflation and has enjoyed sustained economic growth.
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