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The future: younger and future leaders 

The future: younger and future leaders
The future: younger and future leaders

Nigel Crisp

, John Paul Bagala

, Clarisse Bombi

, Susana Edjang

, Ndwapi Ndwapi

, Kelechi Ohiri

, and Nana Twum-Danso

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date: 14 August 2020

Chapter 23 discusses the views and opinions of six younger, and future, leaders who live and study in their own countries, or who have global roles, on four topics. These topics are the key features of health and health care in sub-Saharan Africa today, the encouraging signs of improvement and the trends that need to be supported, the worrying signs and concerns about the future, and vision and hopes for the future, all as regarding the need for Africans to take control of their own destinies. It shows an emphasis on innovation and technology, and on creating plural systems with more investment and action from non-governmental players. It also discusses their shared perception of the importance of leadership.

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