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Futures destroyed: COVID-19 unleashes 'shadow pandemics' on Africa's girls

The coronavirus pandemic has brought more worries than just health concerns for African women and children. Image: Unsplash/2Photo Pots

Nita Bhalla

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Kenyan school girl Anna (named changed for protection), 17, sits in her home in Kibera, Nairobi. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nita Bhalla
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