Sub-Saharan Africa

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Noun1.Sub-Saharan Africa - the region of Africa to the south of the Sahara DesertSub-Saharan Africa - the region of Africa to the south of the Sahara Desert
Africa - the second largest continent; located to the south of Europe and bordered to the west by the South Atlantic and to the east by the Indian Ocean
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Health and demographic surveillance systems: a step towards full civil registration and vital statistics system in subSahara Africa?
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However, of all the countries in the subSahara, only South Africa has robust national legislation protecting these objects.
Sadly, those who have contributed the least to climate damage are those most at risk: poor populations living in low-lying islands or coastal areas, in the subSahara region of Africa, in countries where storms have devastated their homes and cities.
However, critics say given that many subSahara African governments have low tax bases, free zones deprive them of revenues.
Farley was instrumental in the founding of the AllAfrica Conference: Sister to Sister that offers ways to empower African women to more effectively address HIV and AIDS issues and to bring new information and hope to every village and hut in the subSahara.
On February 26 the Centre for International Policy Studies at the University of Ottawa and the Subsahara Centre hosted a gathering of Canadians committed to restoring peace in South Sudan.
Segun algunos articulos afecta entre 1 y 5 pacientes por millon (3,14-19) en otros se habla de 1 a 16 personas por millon al ano (4,18) con mayor frecuencia en descendientes judios Ashkenazi del mediterraneo y sur de Asia, (19) Griegos e Indios, (14,15) y en localizaciones geograficas como Norte America, Europa e Israel con altos reportes en Brasil, Tunez, Subsahara Africano, Senegal6 e Iran.