PSYCHOGENIC STATE OF THE AFRICAN WOMAN: A CASE STUDY OF AFRICAN WOMEN IMMIGRANTS IN CANADA and the TCLI RESPONSE

Authors:  Coker Towunmi Priscilla, Ediale Becky, Oyedeji Olayinka Introduction  Women are crucial within the family unit for survival due to their resilience, vigour and ingenuity. They also exhibit these virtues through their contributions to the local community and the country’s economy. As a result of the inability of several immigrants to Canada to land their …

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