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Gender inequality costs Africa US$95b a year

Monday, August 29, 2016 - 05:50


THE UN on Sunday urged African nations to close a gender gap that is costing an estimated US$95 billion a year in lost economic potential.

"Where there are high levels of gender inequality, societies are missing out," UN Development Fund (UNDP) director Helen Clark told AFP

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