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Politics, economics, and society 

Politics, economics, and society
Politics, economics, and society

Bience Gawanas

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date: 18 October 2019

Chapter 10 describes the way in which African organizations have developed their leadership roles, and covers the socio-economic and political context, as well as the way health is interconnected with all other aspects of life and the disproportionate burden that women bear. It also documents the deliberations and decision-making of the African Union and associated bodies, demonstrating how it has enabled African leaders to work cooperatively to exercise their leadership roles.

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