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  • The Epidemic Of Sub Saharan Africa

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    The world as a whole should be mortified by what is happening in Sub-Saharan Africa. In places like Swaziland, Botswana, Lesotho poverty, crime and systematic corruption are the tinder for the fire that is the HIV epidemic in Africa. Of the 35 million people living with HIV in the world, 19 million do not know their HIV-positive status. Adolescent girls and young women account for one in four new HIV infections in sub-Saharan Africa. Women are much more vulnerable to HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis

  • The Poaching Of The Sub Saharan Africa

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    Animals in Sub-Saharan Africa and its Effects on the Locals and the Economy Introduction Topic: The poaching of animals in Sub-Saharan Africa. Thesis: The illegal activity of killing animals in Sub-Saharan Africa has caused many short and long terms affects for this continent. Importance: This is important because poaching has affected the local people, the environment, and the economy and will continue for future generations. Topic Sentence: Trafficking animals in Sub-Saharan Africa has greatly

  • The Situation Of Sub Saharan Migrant Women

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    It is a tragic situation. Sub-Saharan migrant women in these circumstances are subject to additional abuse of their human rights. African women are often exploited. A majority of reports on migration into Morocco on to Europe involve trafficking of women (Anyadike, 2015). Many women seek financial security in the form of a sponsor, usually from a man who will accompany and support them. But this type of aid has negative effects, it “has caused a stressing issue that creates “debt bondage in

  • Developing Sub Saharan Africa Essay

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    Some of the world’s poorest countries, with some of the highest child labor and illiteracy rates lie in Sub Saharan Africa. People generally associate the region only with poor economic conditions and all of the social disorder that goes along with 3rd World Status. While some of this reputation is deserved, many people are also failing to see the vast potential for this part of the world. There are several factors that African governments should look into if they want to effectively and efficiently

  • Essay about Sub-Saharan Africa

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    Sub-Saharan Africa Africa is the second largest of the earth's seven continents, covering about twenty-two percent of the world's total land area. From its northern most point, to its southern most tip is the distance of nearly five thousand miles. Africa is both north and south of the equator. The Atlantic Ocean is located west of the continent, and the Indian Ocean is on the east. Width of the continent is also nearly five thousand miles. Although Africa is so large, much of it is inhabitable

  • The Migration Of Sub Saharan Africa Essay

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    Zack Kasmaouy Every year, thousands of Sub Saharan Africans trek through the dangerous journey north to attempt to get into Europe. These people emigrate from some of the poorest nations in the entire world seeking a longer, higher quality life. These migrants are escaping a life expectancy of only 47 years and a population growth almost four times that of Europe and HIV rates almost nineteen times that of Europe. They seek a better life not only them, but their families as well, looking for higher

  • Cultural Awareness Of Sub-Saharan Africa

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    Savannas have wet and dry seasons and go from extremes like drought and fires ignited by lightning. Lastly, tropical woodlands have a more defined dry season with hot temperatures (Global Warming). One of the poorest regions in Africa, the Sub-Saharan region has suffered throughout the years while being labeled with some of the least developed countries in the world. Diseases like malaria have struck this area hard. In 2007, the population of this portion of Africa was 800 million, with a growth

  • Advantages Of Privatization In Sub-Saharan Africa

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    agreed on the fact that results have been disappointing and below all expectations. These failures made the picture clearer and legitimated the claim arguing that sub-Saharan African countries strongly

  • Combat HIV / AIDS And Sub-Saharan Africa

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    decades and growth as small as 2 percent in poorer regions such as sub-Saharan Africa (The Millennium, 2015). For a developed nation, the idea of giving birth to a child without a skilled physician nearby monitoring the situation, or clinician of some degree not assisting with the birthing process is unfathomable. Yet, this is a reality in many developing nations across the world, especially the rural communities such as those in Sub-Saharan Africa. The numbers indicate maternal death due to complications

  • Sub Saharan Afric Poverty And Hunger Essay

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    Sarah Coughenour Crowell Sophomore English 14 April 2016 Sub-Saharan Africa: Poverty and Hunger All around the world, many countries are suffering from poverty and hunger. This problem can be caused by harmful economic systems, environmental factors, and past leadership. In sub-Saharan Africa, the history and demography are very interesting. By learning more about the history and demography one will become more interested in these similar countries because of the surprising facts that will be uncovered