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In terms of gender equity Tanzania places itself above the Sub-Saharan African average and most of its neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Sudan lags well behind the Sub-Saharan African average and most of its neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Senegal lags slightly behind the Sub-Saharan African average, and also below some of its neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Mozambique places itself above the Sub-Saharan African average, but bwlow most of its neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Mauritania places itself slightly above the Sub-Saharan African average and its neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Kenya places itself above the Sub-Saharan African average but below some of its neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Ghana places itself above the Sub-Saharan African average, and also in a better condition than its three neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Eritrea lags well behind the Sub-Saharan African average, although is in a better condition than some of its neighbours.

In terms of gender equity Cameroon lags well behind the Sub-Saharan African average, but some of its neighbours and nearby countries are even in a worse condition.

In terms of gender equity Benin lags well behind the Sub-Saharan African average, but some of its neighbours are even in a worse condition.

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