sub-Saharan African love

sub-Saharan African

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  • If you look at certainly countries in sub-Saharan Africa over the last 10 years, they are enjoying, you know, a period of unprecedented growth, you know, 5 percent growth in many sub-Saharan African countries.

    CNN Transcript Jun 16, 2007

  • The workshop will bring together scientists, scholars, members of the private sector and NGOs from twelve sub-Saharan African countries to develop an overall plan for a new partnership in biotechnology research and development to address the agricultural needs of sub-Saharan Africa.

    Fact Sheet On The United States And Nigeria

  • While the study did not address the causes of the drop, a previous study on the link between education and HIV risk in sub-Saharan African countries reported similar findings and speculated that as the public health response to HIV grew in sub-Saharan Africa, so the most educated, empowered members of society would be the first to adopt protective behaviours.

    IRIN

  • Using the sub-Saharan African average mortality rate as a comparator -- to indicate how high death rates were in the east of the DRC compared to the rest of sub-Saharan Africa, for example-would have been both instructive and appropriate.

    The Duck of Minerva

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