Heidi G. Frontani

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Heidi G. Frontani, Ph.D is a Professor of Geography. She writes from North Carolina in the USA. Her focus is on the African continent and she has lived in Kenya and taken study groups to Ghana. She blogs at https://africandevelopmentsuccesses.wordpress.com/ and can be reached at glaesel@elon.edu

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