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The problems in Africa are extensive, and may seem insurmountable. AIDS, famine and poverty plague Africa from North to South. Violent rebel armies scourge the continent for blood and money. The issues citizens face each day look unsolvable without many years of solving. However, there are some relatively simple steps that could lead to a brighter future in Africa.
Africa has many countries within the continent, all with different situations and leaders. But there is one thing all the countries have in common; they all have vast amounts of unrefined resources waiting to be unearthed. Copper is one of the most valuable resources in the world. It is used for wires, telephone poles, piping, and car parts. Its the most in demand resource in the world aside from oil. The proposed solution would be to create a program that jurisdicts over many African countries. This program would enable young African people to get such jobs as miners to mine the unrefined copper, iron, etc. as well as workers to smelt the metals into sell able bars. Women could also get jobs cooking and marketing via the program.

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Nikki HinesBy:
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The Honorable Mr. Mohamed Kamal Mansura

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