This e-book examines ladies and management in West Africa, with a unique concentrate on Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone―the Mano River Union nations. those international locations have traditions of indigenous lady management in government positions in various levels, and all 3 have a convention of organisations that shape vital energy bases for girls.
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