West African business leaders’ donations can lead to potential structural change

Aliko Dangote (left) and Patrice Motsepe (right), a South African businessman who
has also donated a sizable amount to fight COVID-19 in his country.

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The Center for International Policy Africa Program analyzes U.S. foreign policy toward the nations of Africa to promote greater positive U.S. engagement

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The Center for International Policy Africa Program analyzes U.S. foreign policy toward the nations of Africa to promote greater positive U.S. engagement

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