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Current Conflicts of Afghanistan. By: Nada. Social Issue: Women’s Rights. Discrimination against women’s voting rights, education, and personal security. Socio-beliefs on women’s education being unnecessary and dangerous. Only 12.6% of women in Afghanistan are educated.

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Current conflicts of afghanistan

Current Conflicts of Afghanistan

By: Nada


Social issue women s rights

Social Issue: Women’s Rights

  • Discrimination against women’s voting rights, education, and personal security.

  • Socio-beliefs on women’s education being unnecessary and dangerous.

  • Only 12.6% of women in Afghanistan are educated.

  • Estimated 1 million extremely poor Afghan widowed women.

  • 50% of children under 5 suffer from malnutrition


Why where they poor

Why Where They Poor?

  • Lack of resources.

  • Limited arable (able to grow crops) land.

  • Rain and precipitation is rare.

  • Illiteracy of men and women is very low (about 90% of women, 63% of men are illiterate).

  • Income depends on agricultural activities (ex. farming, selling crops).

  • Lack of infrastructure materials.

  • CORRUPT GOVERNMENT!!!!


Economical issues

Economical Issues

  • Average GDP of the nation is about $400-$800 per capita.

  • Lots of money sponsored from external nations/organizations (over $50 billion) were too heavily spent to pay for war debts.

  • The country was under Taliban rule from 1996 to 2001. They were extremely corrupt.


Bibliography

Bibliography

Works Cited

  • Asia Foundation. NajilaAyubi, 2013. Web. 7 Sept. 2013. <http://asiafoundation.org/in-asia/2010/01/27/womens-biggest-problems-in-afghanistan/>.

  • Operational World. Operational World, 2013. Web. 8 Sept. 2013. <http://www.operationworld.org/afgh>.

  • Pbs. Thirteen, 1 Aug. 2006. Web. 8 Sept. 2013. <http://www.pbs.org/wnet/wideangle/episodes/flying-down-to-kabul/women-in-afghanistan/employment/2202/>.

  • Rural Poverty Portal. IFAD, 2013. Web. 8 Sept. 2013. <http://www.ruralpovertyportal.org/country/home/tags/afghanistan>.


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