How does mobile technology affect the health, economy, communication, and education of Sub-Saharan Africans?

Research Question: How does mobile technology affect the health, economy, communication, and education of Sub-Saharan Africans?

Thesis: Mobile technology can transform the lives of Africans for the better by improving economy by educating people about gender equality, teaching language, etc., it makes communication much easier, and it can keep health records and give health reminders like for vaccinations.

Topic Sentence #1: The economy can be improved by mobile technology and improve the lives of Africans.

Topic Sentence #2: Mobile technology makes communicating much easier and efficient for everyone.

Topic Sentence #3: Mobile broadband improves the health of the community and can even save lives.

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