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Gender Inequality in African Education: How Can the Lessons of South Africa Apply to the Rest of the Continent?
The worldwide problem of unequal female education cannot be solved by domestic policies alone, and the global institutional order must bend to the necessity of human rights and equality. Promoting growth is not a sufficient ...
Massacre of the Millenium? A Study of the AIDS Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa
. . . With 95% of HIV-infected people living in developing countries, AIDS has become a "disease of Third World poverty rather than First World affluence." No one knows what AIDS will do to the economy and people's quality ...
Family Formation Among Single Mothers in Jamaica
This paper considers the severity of the problem of teenage pregnancy as a development issue in Jamaica.