25 leading African women

03/8/2013 | Guardian (London), The

The top 25 African women nominated by readers of The Guardian in London offer a range of expertise. The women being recognized include Fatou Bensouda, the first African woman to be a chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Court, and Juliana Rotich of Kenya, who co-founded Ushahidi, which maps violence around the world.

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