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Situation Of Afghanistan


Situation of Afghanistan

As you know in the world there are many under attack’s countries that they could not have good improvement and one of these countries is Afghanistan country that it could not improve cause of civil ware in the country. But fortunately in recent six years Afghanistan can move to improving with remove and solve 80% of enemy and problems. But maybe you ask; why 80%?
Because unfortunately there are some enemy yet that they do not want habitable this land and also they do not want solve these problems. Problems like: economics’ problems, security, nationalism and etc……
That root whole of these problems is still like before being negative sight between some of people than learning knowledge and with this sight became that cause young in the past spend their days with working instead of learning knowledge. But fortunately our today’s young become smart and they try to remove this negative sight and encourage their country to side learning knowledge and developing technology up to this country change to the most improvement country in the world in near future.




jadefrank's picture

Rising up

Hi Roqie,

I too believe that the resilience of Afghans who truly want what is best for your country - will take Afghanistan to great heights. You mention that education is the key to harnessing the technology that will enable Afghans to launch forward into the future and rebuild your lives. I agree! And I believe that if the amount of money that went into military efforts from outside nations, could be spent on education (especially for women and children), the work would be halfway done.

I would love to hear more about your country, its struggles, advances and needs. You hold great insight and this community of 4000 grassroots women leaders has long been awaiting the voices of Afghan women to lead the way!

In friendship,

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