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Famine In African Children Essay

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“ Somalia’s children are at imminent risk of starvation, and conditions are near famine. Parts of South Sudan are already in the grips of famine. Children across East Africa - including those in Ethiopia, Kenya and the many who have fled to Uganda - are fighting extreme hunger”(‘Save the children’ 1). These are just some of the many examples of the pernicious childhood many children in Africa are used to living these days. Those horrible situations Africa faces as a feature of genocidal denial, we every now and again overlook that the weight of these monstrosities is disproportionately set on young children. This essay will demonstrate how these frameworks of things give a helpful structure to understanding danger in African kids' advancement…show more content…
Young boys called the ‘lost boys’ are having to walk a thousand miles to escape their war-ridden home, and then had to make another flee in order to escape Ethiopia. But because of this, not only young males that were affected but female as well, when towns were attacked, young ladies were assaulted, and little kids were taken toward the north to be sold as slaves. This shows that when the children were trafficked it was to a greatly troublesome for relatives to relocate them and the children having their childhood ruined by such events. In the autobiography of Valentino Achak Deng What is the What by Dave Eggers is based on Valentino a sudanese child refugee who moved to the United States. In a particular chapter in the novel Valentino,” looked at the land. It looked exactly like the other side of the river, the side that was Sudan, the side we left. There were no homes. There were no medical facilities. No food. No water for drinking....already there were Sudanese adults spread out across the fields, refugees who had arrived before us, lying on the ground, sick and dying. This was not the Ethiopia we had walked for.”(Valentino, 227). This quote suggests that Valentino's adventure, he has been guaranteed that Ethiopia will be a position of security and freedom. But when he enters in Ethiopia, the scene was an augmentation of the war-torn Sudan. The novel gives the reader some
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