Laura Henderson

Botswana
One of the most stable democracies in the developing world, Botswana boasts the least corruption in Africa and a post-independence history of unprecedented economic growth. Average life expectancy skyrocketed from 49 years in 1966 to almost 70 years in the mid-1990s, and at that time researchers projected the average life expectancy would reach 70 years by 2009 — almost as high as that in the United States.


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