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  • Most of that growth will take place in rapidly developing nations such as China and India and in regions such as Sub-Saharan Africa, which is already home to more urban dwellers than the combined populations of the United States and Canada, says Lee.

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  • Sub-Saharan Africa, which is the poorest part of the world, is paying $25,000 every minute to Northern creditors.

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  • In contrast, in Sub-Saharan Africa, which is near the equator, humans with a higher concentration of melanin absorb more intense sunlight to make Vitamin D.


  • So yes, this could, in theory, support actions being taken in places such as Sub-Saharan Africa which are very cut off from the world economy as well.

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  • The world is on track to meet the drinking water target of the Millennium Development Goals, apart from Sub-Saharan Africa which is seriously lagging behind with about 340 million people lacking access to safe drinking water.


  • Gnawa refers to an ethnic group- religious order descended from former slaves from Sub-Saharan Africa, who marched in caravans that stopped in the Kasbahs on the trade route north, some of whom stayed and assimilated.

    Richard Bangs: Why Would Anyone Bomb Jemaa El F'na Square in Marrakesh?

  • "If you want to pull off large-scale manufacturing projects you bring in expats, which drives up costs," says Johan van Zyl, manufacturing director in Johannesburg for Sub-Saharan Africa.

    Small Factories Take Root in Africa

  • To help capitalize on country successes such as these, a conference on Revenue Mobilization in Sub-Saharan Africa is being co-hosted by the IMF and Kenyan government in Nairobi on March 21-22.

    Mark Plant: Raising Government Revenue in Africa: A Road Out of Poverty

  • The money donated to Blood:Water Mission is used to create clean drinking well projects throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.

    Andrew B. Einhorn: Can the Gaming Industry Save Foreign Aid From Looming Budget Cuts?

  • Eighty percent of the world's 1.5 billion people living without electricity live in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to the African Development Bank.

    Power out of Africa


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