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Government policies in Sierra Leone that exclude pregnant girls from attending school are short-sighted. Supporters of these policies do not...
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Imagine three pregnant girls with no job skills who have been abandoned with little hope for the future. They wander aimlessly without food...
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Health authorities have responded to last week’s Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) flare-up in Guinea by working with the World Health Organization...
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The Ebola outbreak in West Africa was declared over last year but the risk of infection and future outbreaks remains very high. Two new...
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Not long ago, a group of sixth-grade students in Wisconsin was learning about the Rwandan Genocide. They learned that approximately 800,000...
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Technology has transcended poverty, race and economic conditions to become a driving force in the lives of people across the world. More...
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A treasure is growing wild in Ghana—it is the fruit from the shea nut tree. Industrious women produce highly sought-after shea butter by...
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Seventy-five percent of Sierra Leone citizens are employed by agriculture, and this sector accounted for nearly half of the country’s GDP...
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With the prevalence of mobile technology, the education sector has been revolutionized by offering students and educators alike more readily...
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West African governments are facing a deluge of obstacles that are hindering economic stabilization. The Centers for Disease Control and...

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