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African Youth News: 26 August
This week, Sierra Leonean health officials released the last patient infected with Ebola. For over a year the disease has dominated the region, infecting almost 30 000 and killing over 11 000 people. The next 42 day period will really tell us if this crisis is over but even if new infections occur there is no doubt that Africa can again rise to face any struggle. YMCA youth in the region risked a lot in their campaign against the disease and their heroic acts stand as an example of the real impact courageous youth can have when they act.
Young Nigerians and religious extremism
With a population of just over 180 million, Nigeria is ranked as the second most religious country in the world (following Pakistan)…
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L’éducation pour un avenir meilleur
Au Sénégal comme dans plusieurs pays en Afrique, le système éducatif rencontrent d’énormes problèmes de gestion occasionnant ainsi beaucoup de crises
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