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African voices: Commission for Africa
A child fighter of the rebel Union of Congolese Patriots stands near a United Nations armoured personnel carrier near the UN compound, in Bunia, Congo, 30 May 2003
Members of Tony Blair's Commission for Africa have met in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa to discuss Africa's future.

In their eyes, they feel the continent's main problems are regional conflicts, refugees, trade and corruption.

The delegates heard from Africans on these topics.

And BBC News Online would like to do the same.

Do you live in Africa? If you were on the Commission what would you discuss? What are, in your view, the continent's problems and how do you think they could be solved? Are you hopeful that Africa's problems can be overcome and what are you, as an African, doing to help?

Please use the postform to send us your views. If you would like to participate in our African voices panel please include a telephone number you can be contacted on. It will be kept confidential and not appear on the page.

Apologies for the delay. The views of the African voices panel will be now published on Wednesday 13 October 2004.

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The BBC may edit your comments and cannot guarantee that all emails will be published.


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