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Senegal is a West African country that has made important progress in recent years. A developing democracy, Senegal has a tradition of multi-party politics and peaceful transfers of power.
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Since its independence from British rule in 1957, Ghana has made strides to tackle the poverty-inducing issues faced by a significant portion of its population, estimated at 24 million (2010 estimate).
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Following the end to its 14-year civil war in 2003, Liberia has made important development progress. Government policy makers have made rebuilding the country a priority, and though the consequences of conflict continue to be felt, recovery efforts have begun to make an impact.
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Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country, and an important economic power on the continent. A developing democracy, Nigeria’s 2007 election represented the first civilian-to-civilian transfer of power in its history.
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