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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the programme, building research capacity for sustainable water and food security in drylands of subsaharan africa (breccia) is proud to be part of this innovative research cohort.
Based in Nairobi and with a presence in several other African countries, BitPesa bills itself as an "online payment platform that leverages Blockchain settlement to significantly lower the cost and increase the speed of business payments to, from and within subSaharan Africa.
03 billion; 48 per cent of the total portfolio was dedicated to assets in SubSaharan Africa, 31 per cent in North America, 15 per cent in Europe, and 6 per cent across the rest of the world; fixed income net investments were valued at $739 million, representing 15 per cent of the total portfolio; net variable income investments were valued at $894 million, representing 18 per cent of the total portfolio; private equity funds invested $489.
We are looking to further expand our presence throughout the continent; and are currently studying more markets in SubSaharan Africa.
Government revenue was also boosted following a clampdown on corruption and tax evasion, according to FocusEconomics in a report entitled Consensus Forecast SubSaharan Africa May 2017.
The region also accounts for the majority of live mobile money services, as well as the majority of transactions: in December 2015 mobile money providers in subSaharan Africa processed 418m transactions worth $5.
The Berlin-based CORRECTIV recentlyannounced two graphic novel fellowships for artists; one for artists fromthe Middle East and one for artists from subsaharan Africa.
By subregion, Subsaharan Africa led the growth at 13 percent, strongly rebounding from previous years' modest results.
6 The disease affects mostly tropical areas of the world; SubSaharan Africa to a lesser extent Southeast Asia, South Africa, Pacific Islands, India, Central and South America.
Capernaum Trust, the privately funded scholarship programme in SubSaharan Africa, over the past 18 years provided over 100,000 scholarships to students in primary school, high school and university.
16] Aid to subSaharan Africa (SSA) amounted to USD21.
1 Hotspots for climate change in subSaharan Africa identified, including impacts on crop yields.