I find the word ‘peasant’ to describe a rural subsistence farmer very jarring, yet my Ugandan friends use it quite casually. What’s going on?
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The country with the most name changes what we now call the Democratic Republic of the Congo; it is (probably) not a coincidence that the nation has suffered decades of dictatorship, war, plunder and pillage
Adolescent fertility tells us the number of births per 1,000 women ages 15 to 19
Primary School Completion Rates In Africa Of 6 To 14-Year Olds 2006
By 2050, Africa will have a population of 1.9 billion. In fact, in the next three decades, half of the world’s total population growth will be concentrated in nine countries, and five of those will be African: Nigeria, DRC, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda.