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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felis is more prevalent in rural areas and during the rainy season in subSaharan Africa.
He will also be head of investment banking for subSaharan Africa at UBS.
Within the top 10 are three subSaharan Africa countries--Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria--and Egypt.
While there have been significant reductions in malaria infection it still kills around 600,000 people a year most of them children in the poorest parts of subSaharan Africa.
The goal of the Project is to contribute to a reduction in child morbidity and mortality through increased demand for, and reliable supply of, effective treatment for diarrhea and pneumonia in four high burden countries in subSaharan Africa.
5] concentrations in Central Asia, North Africa/Middle East, and East sub-Saharan Africa and for three-quarters of the concentration in West subSaharan Africa.
A big chunk of the freshly unemployed are also located in Europe and subSaharan Africa, Los Angeles times reported.
The lasting value of Schneider's research may very well lie in its meticulous efforts to illustrate how blood transfusion rose to the level of effective medicine in SubSaharan Africa, but the text itself begins with a different emphasis.
O'Neill spoke with Best's Review about some of the interesting agricultural initiatives underway in SubSaharan Africa, including a microinsurance program that capitalizes on Kenyans' mobile phone usage, Angola's shifting focus from energy to farming and the launch of the continent's first catastrophe insurance pool.
All those found dead Monday by the Mare Nostrum (Our Sea) naval operation were men from Subsaharan Africa, according to the United Nations.