Africa Essays

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Subject: Gender Studies
Pages: 12
Words: 3276
Rating: 4,7

National policies and their impact on women’s identity and gender…

Introduction The society in the Gulf is pervaded by a patriarchal philosophy as well as conventional religious and cultural norms that determine the rights of men…

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Subject: Sociology
Pages: 2
Words: 336
Rating: 4,3

Infant mortality and nutrition

Most developing nations face similar challenges due to various reasons. First, the gap between the rich and the unprivileged masses has been earmarked as a significant…

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Subject: Art
Pages: 2
Words: 533
Rating: 4,1

Ancient mystery – pyramids at Giza

Introduction The study will mainly place emphasis on the mystery of the pyramids at Giza. Scholars have tried to explore the actual reasons behind how ancient…

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Subject: Environment
Pages: 3
Words: 939
Rating: 4,4

Effect of climate change on agriculture

Introduction The article Investment key in adapting to climate change in West Africa focuses on the manner in which climate change in West Africa has affected…

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Subject: Health Care
Pages: 11
Words: 2854
Rating: 4,7

HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, age 15-30

Introduction HIV/AIDS remains an important public sexual health issue that confronts countries all other the world. HIV/AIDS is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (VIRUS). At…

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Subject: Science
Pages: 5
Words: 1404
Rating: 4,5

South Sudan

Labeled as the world’s newest country, South Sudan became a sovereign nation in 2011 by splitting from a larger Sudan due to political unrest. Critical issues…

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Subject: Sociology
Pages: 3
Words: 922
Rating: 4,3

Poverty argumentative essay

Study Approach The United Nations (UN) has adopted two definitions of poverty – absolute and overall poverty. Absolute poverty is severe depravation of basic needs such…

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Subject: Sociology
Pages: 4
Words: 1105
Rating: 4,7

Globalization and increased poverty in Nigeria

Globalization is the interdependence and increasing integration of economic activities and interaction of humans around the globe (Beck 13). Economies of the nations around the world…

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Subject: Culture
Pages: 4
Words: 1015
Rating: 4,7

Civilization II: West Africa

Suddenly the time machine stops in 1650, and I find myself in West Africa. From an aerial view, I see some of the greatest nations of…

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