The Plight of the Visually Impaired in Africa
Obilade, Titilola T.
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Africa is one of the largest continents of the world and ironically beset with overwhelming problems in preventive medicine. While consumers of fast food products in the United States of America can sue the fast food chain restaurants as being responsible for their obesity, millions of Africans still go hungry. In a society where the African with all his/her senses intact is still struggling to cope with the daily chores of living, the visually impaired person is in a worse situation.