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    Africa's First Ladies Advocate for Women's, Children's Healthi
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    April 03, 2013 11:43 AM
    The first ladies of five African nations have addressed the challenges women and children face in their countries and what needs to be done to improve their lives, especially in health care. Dignitaries from numerous African nations met in Los Angeles to exchange ideas and seek help. Elizabeth Lee has this report for VOA.

    Africa's First Ladies Advocate for Women's, Children's Health

    Published April 03, 2013

    The first ladies of five African nations have addressed the challenges women and children face in their countries and what needs to be done to improve their lives, especially in health care. Dignitaries from numerous African nations met in Los Angeles to exchange ideas and seek help. Elizabeth Lee has this report for VOA.


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