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Financial Crisis Impacts and Responses in Developing Countries

Countries of sub-Saharan Africa experienced a wave of accession to political independence between the mid 1950s and the mid 1960s, with the exception of Portuguese-speaking countries whose liberation from Portugal occurred in the 1970s. The 50 years of sub-Saharan history since 1960 have been marked by dramatic events in the political and human spheres, while decades of economic strategies have sought to uplift the region. 

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Sub-Saharan Africa: Impact and Response

Countries of sub-Saharan Africa experienced a wave of accession to political independence between the mid 1950s and the mid 1960s, with the exception of Portuguese-speaking countries whose liberation from Portugal occurred in the 1970s. The 50 years of sub-Saharan history since 1960 have been marked by dramatic events in the political and human spheres, while decades of economic strategies have sought to uplift the region. 

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Agribusiness for Africa

The private sector has emerged as an increasingly important element in stimulating economic growth in developing countries, in response to opportunities

for investment and business innovation, created by globalization and technological advances

 

# CRP008 The Causes, Contours and Consequences of the Multi-Sectoral Response to HIV/AIDS

Author : Franklyn Lisk August

Origin of HIV/AIDS
HIV/AIDS was first recognized as a medical condition in the early 1980s, although it is now known that symptoms resembling the ‘human  immunodeficiency virus’ (HIV) that causes the ‘acquired immune deficiency syndrome’ (AIDS) had been recorded by researchers as early as the 1950s.1



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