East Africa includes Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Kenya, Uganda and other countries.
Africa is divided into east and South Africa, contained in different regions of the country is not the same.
Eritrea: Eritrea is located in the north-east of Africa, adjacent to the Republic of Sudan to the west, Ethiopia, Djibouti to the south, the Red Sea to the east, Saudi Arabia and Yemen to the east, the Red Sea to the Indian Ocean gateway, important location. The national coastline is 1200 km long.
Djibouti: The Republic of Djibouti, referred to as Djibouti, is located on the west bank of the Gulf of Aden in northeast Africa. It is the key to the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean. It borders Somalia in the southeast, Eritrea in the north, Ethiopia in the west, southwest and south, and covers an area of 23200 square kilometers.
Somalia: The Federal Republic of Somalia is referred to as Somalia. It is located on the easternmost Somali Peninsula on the African continent and has the longest coastline in Africa, with a total area of 637,660 square kilometers.
Kenya: the Republic of Kenya (The Republic of Kenya) is located in eastern Africa, the equator runs through the central part, and the Great Rift Valley of East Africa runs from north to south. It borders Somalia to the east, Tanzania to the south, Uganda to the west, Ethiopia and South Sudan to the north, and the Indian Ocean to the southeast. The coastline is 536 kilometers long. 18% of the land area is arable land, and the rest is mainly suitable for animal husbandry.
Uganda: The Republic of Uganda (The Republic of Uganda), or simply Uganda. It is a country located in eastern Africa, across the equator, Kenya in the east, Tanzania and Rwanda in the south, Congo (Gold) in the west, and South Sudan in the north, with a total area of 241,55 million square kilometers. Most of the territory is located in the East African plateau, many lakes, the average elevation of 1000~1200 meters, known as “plateau water town”.