The flag of Chad was officially adopted on November 6, 1959, and it combines two colors from the French Tricolore (red and blue), and two Pan African colors (red and yellow).
Blue represents the sky, hope and agricultural strength of the southern part of the country. Yellow is representative of the country's northern desert and the sun. Red represents prosperity, unity and the blood shed for independence.
Larger Chad flag
Chad Coat of Arms:
Chad's coat of arms is composed of a centered shield supported by a goat and lion. A sun rises above the shield, and a medal and scroll bearing the national motto are displayed below.
|Land Area||1,259,200 km2|
|Water Area||24,800 km2|
|Total Area||1,284,000km2 (#20)|
|Government Type||Presidential Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$30.59 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$2,600|
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