What Biden-Harris Victory Means to Africa's 54 Nations - Experts

The election victory of Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the U.S. presidential election is set to affect Africa's 1.3 billion people on issues - ranging from climate change and immigration to women's health and human rights, according to academics and analysts.
Under Donald Trump's administration, the U.S. withdrew from the landmark Paris climate accord, issued travel bans on Muslim-majority nations, and cut aid to charities providing reproductive health services that included advice on abortion.
Let's look at how a Biden/Harris administration could impact Africa's 54 nations...

Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' victory in the U.S. presidential election is set to affect Africa's 1.3 billion people on issues ranging from climate change and immigration to women's health and human rights, according to academics and analysts.

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