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Human Rights in Afghanistan. Afghanistan is #7 on the list of the world’s failed states. 17% of Afghan babies will die at birth Approximately 25% of Afghan children will die between birth and age 5

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human rights in afghanistan

Human Rights in Afghanistan

Afghanistan is #7 on the list of the world’s failed states

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17% of Afghan babies will die at birth

  • Approximately 25% of Afghan children will die between birth and age 5

“The following children froze to death in Kabul over the past three weeks after their families had fled war zones in Afghanistan for refugee camps here”http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/04/world/asia/cold-weather-kills-children-in-afghan-refugee-camps.html?scp=3&sq=afghanistan%20cold&st=cse

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13% of women will die each year from childbirth

**Afghanistan has been ranked the 160th out of 160 countries for the worst place to be a mother**

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97% of children in Afghanistan will witness an act of violence by the age of 16

  • 67% of children who will experience the death of a close family member by the age of 16

“Record Number of Afghan Civilians Died in 2011, Mostly in Insurgent Attacks, U.N. Says”

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87% of Afghanis live in poverty

  • 83% of Afghanis have no access to safe water
  • 90% of Afghanis do not have access to sanitation
  • 70% of Afghanis are undernourished

**Life expectancy in Afghanistan is 44** ( U.S. is 78)

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23% of Afghanis will need food and health aid to survive winter

  • 13% of Afghani women and children who will need aid
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60% of Afghani boys attend school

  • 3% of Afghani girls attend school
  • 53% of Afghani men are literate
  • 23% of Afghani women are literate

**Schools for girls are often attacked by insurgents. In the last 6 months 16 schools have been bombed**