Five million children out of school in West Africa due to Ebola

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DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Some five million children are out of school in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone because of the deadly Ebola outbreak, according to a report by the Global Business Coalition for Education. Schools and other public buildings have been closed because they are believed to increase the spread of the virus. Many are now used as holding centers for Ebola patients. The report, co-written with A World at School, said being out of school can have a…

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Five million children out of school in West Africa due to Ebola

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DAKAR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Some five million children are out of school in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone because of the deadly Ebola outbreak, according to a report by the Global Business Coalition for Education. Schools and other public buildings have been closed because they are believed to increase the spread of the virus. Many are now used as holding centers for Ebola patients. The report, co-written with A World at School, said being out of school can have a…

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7 countries where you can become a citizen or resident — if you have the cash - Washington Post (blog)


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Washington Post (blog)
This Caribbean country requires potential citizens to invest a minimum of $311,750 into shares of a variety of companies operating in Grenada. The required investment includes legal, government as well as passport fees. Unlike some other nations that ...

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