A small country on the west coast of Africa, Equatorial Guinea is a former Spanish colony that is one of sub-Saharan Africa’s largest oil producers. Its capital is Malabo which is located on one of the five islands, including the mainland, making up its territory.

The discovery of oil in the mid-1990s caused a surge in government revenue but has, unfortunately, not translated into equitable wealth amongst its population. The majority of its people are Bantu and its largest ethnic group are the Fang. Spanish is an official language and indigenous languages include Fang and Bube.

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#Cambodia has made several changes to promote equality in the workplace. Changes to equal pay and choice of profession are just a few: https://t.co/sbJgQvJ6cA

Mozambique recognizes Revolution Day on September 25, marking the beginning of the country's fight against Portuguese rule, which took place on this day in 1964. #globalcompliance #globalhr #globalpeoplestrategist #globalholidays #Mozambique #RevolutionDay #Moçambique

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Mozambique recognizes Revolution Day on September 25, marking the beginning of the country's fight against Portuguese rule, which took place on this day in 1964. #globalcompliance #globalhr #globalpeoplestrategist #globalholidays #Mozambique #RevolutionDay #Moçambique

#Nepal has made changes to labor laws in 2020. Prohibition of foreign workers, leave policies, and working hours have been updated: https://t.co/5B41CzUyEs

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