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- Helene Cooper Reporter with The New York Times and author of "The House at Sugar Beach: In Search of a Lost African Childhood"
- David Evans Senior economist in the Chief Economist's Office for the Africa Region of the World Bank
- Chernor Bah Youth advocate for the Global Partnership for Education and a co-founder of A World at School
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