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Yennega, an emblematic figure in Burkina Faso, is the mother of Ouedraogo, the first Moaga chieftain and founder of the dynasties of the Moose chieftains. She is thought to have lived between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Yennega was the daughter of the King of Gambaga, an area in the northern part of the present-day Republic of Ghana. She has become a legendary figure and a national emblem in the country, as well as a personification of the female warrior and the independent woman.

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Young people and AIDS: a practical guide: honest and accurate answers to combat misconceptions and uncertainties

This book is designed for primary and secondary school teachers, youth leaders in voluntary organization and radio and for all those interested in working on HIV/AIDS preventive programmes targeting young people. It provides educators with up-to-date and accurate information on AIDS, in order to enable them to devote a class or an activity to the topic.

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