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2007 in Africa

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2007 in Africa

Contents

  • International organisations 1
    • African Union (AU) 1.1
    • Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) 1.2
    • Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) 1.3
    • West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) 1.4
    • Other organizations 1.5
  • Elections 2
  • Conflict and civil war 3
    • Darfur conflict 3.1
  • Environment 4
  • Human and natural catastrophes 5
  • Water 6
  • Health 7
    • AIDS 7.1
    • Avian influenza 7.2
    • Chikungunya 7.3
    • Cholera 7.4
    • Malaria 7.5
    • Meningitis 7.6
    • Sickle-cell disease 7.7
  • Education 8
  • Children's rights 9
  • Demography 10
  • Sports 11
    • Athletics 11.1
    • Basketball 11.2
    • Boxing 11.3
    • Cycling 11.4
    • Football (soccer) 11.5
    • Handball 11.6
    • Judo 11.7
    • Wrestling 11.8
    • Rugby Union 11.9
  • Culture 12
    • Art 12.1
    • Film 12.2
    • Music 12.3
    • Festival 12.4
    • Literature 12.5
  • Science 13
  • Economy 14
  • See also 15
  • Notes 16

International organisations

African Union (AU)

Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC)

West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA)

Other organizations

Elections

Conflict and civil war

Darfur conflict

Environment

Human and natural catastrophes

Water

Health

AIDS

Avian influenza

Chikungunya

Cholera

Malaria

Meningitis

Sickle-cell disease

Education

Children's rights

Demography

Sports

Athletics

Basketball

Boxing

Cycling

Football (soccer)

Handball

Judo

Wrestling

Rugby Union

Culture

Art

Film

Music

Festivals

Literature

Science

Economy

See also

Notes

This text is being translated from the original French-language article.

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