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Bilingualism helps the federal government achieve many of the objectives that the Constitution sets.
The right to health, an obligation contained in treaties that Ethiopia has ratified and in the national constitutions of many of our African neighbors, is a founding constitutional principle of the WHO, write Dereje Moges and Mayowa Joel.
Africa boasts a large and creative labor pool, buttressed by a youth population that is expected to double, to over 830 million, by 2050. But African governments confront a serious problem: they do not know how many people they are dealing with, where they live, or how they earn a living, writes Carl Manlan.