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sub-Saharan

in, of, or relating to Africa south of the Sahara desert
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XON, a Systems Integrator throughout Sub-Saharan Africa established in 1996, designs, builds, operates, and manages information and communication technology (ICT) solutions created specifically for customers.
The partnership will explore development opportunities within the framework of both companies' existing off-grid investments in sub-Saharan Africa.
This operation will allow Carthage Cement to enter for the first time the market of sub-Saharan Africa and will represent a starting point for an export development, reads a release from the cement manufacturer.
This was according to the overview presented by Xander Nijnens, executive vice-president, hotels & hospitality group, JLL Sub-Saharan Africa at the 2017 Africa Hotel Investment Forum in Rwanda.
Debt capital market underwriting fees accounted for 28 per cent of the overall Sub-Saharan African investment banking fee pool, the highest first half share since 2003.
The new report, 'The Mobile Economy: Sub-Saharan Africa 2017', was published today at the GSMA Mobile 360 - Africa event in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
People in sub-Saharan Africa living without access to electricity
Keywords: Physicians, Non-physician Clinicians (NPCs), Health Workforce, Human Resources for Health, Sub-Saharan Africa, Physician Role, Physician Training, Physician Competencies
In sub-Saharan Africa, more than half a billion connections are forecast by 2020.
Food demand will rise by at least 20 percent globally over the next 15 years with the largest increases projected in Sub-Saharan Africa.
In contrast, Sub-Saharan Africa has the fastest growing telecom market in the world.
Citizenship, Politics, Difference: Perspectives From Sub-Saharan Signed Language Communities

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