Sub Saharan Africa Quotes by Melinda Gates, Dennis Miller, Bono, Annie Lennox, Donald Evans, Bill Gates and many others.
Birth control has almost completely and totally disappeared from the global health agenda, and the victims of this paralysis are the people of Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
When you’re sharing a mud hole with a wildebeest derriere in sub-Saharan Africa, that’s a living hell.
Sub-Saharan Africa is also home to 400 million of the world’s poorest people.
I can’t understand why the front pages of newspapers can cover bird flu and swine flu and everybody is up in arms about that and we still haven’t really woken up to the fact that so many women in sub-Saharan Africa – 60 percent of people in – infected with HIV are women.
I am on my way to Ghana tomorrow morning and you just need to know that this Administration is very focused on doing all we can to promote economic development in this part of the world, in Africa, throughout Africa, North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa.
I’ve been studying how quickly we can get energy out to the poor countries – a lot of which are in Africa – and how little progress we’ve made there. There’s no more electricity today in sub-Saharan Africa per person than there was 20 years ago.
In the developing world, it’s about time that women are on the agenda. For instance, 80 percent of small-subsistence farmers in sub-Saharan Africa are women, and yet all the programs in the past were predominantly focused on men.
One of the challenges for sub-Saharan Africa is that markets are of modest size. This makes regional integration important.
To be able to achieve the laudable goals (of preventing and treating HIV/AIDS), especially for us in sub-Saharan Africa, there is the need for us to invest in improving our weak health systems. The inadequate number of healthcare facilities in many of our countries are major issues of concern.
The Middle East is the only region in the world outside of sub-Saharan Africa where rates of malnutrition actually rose over the past decade or two, instead of falling.
Blacks in the Caribbean, Britain, Canada and sub-Saharan Africa as well as in the United States have low IQ scores relative to whites.
In fact, a large majority of those have died and of those expected to die of AIDS, as well as of those who are infected with the virus, are in sub-Saharan Africa.