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  • Education Access in Developing Countries
    CHAPTER ONE 1.1. BACKGROUND Many African countries continue to face problems in providing stable and adequate access to basic economic infrastructure and social services. The manifestations of these problems range from persistent poverty, poor public services, and environmental degradation,
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  • Changing Attitude Towards Child Sex Preference
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