Poverty In Africa

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Africa, the world’s second largest and second most-populous continent. A land full of deserts, rain forests and beautiful sceneries but the first thing that comes to mind when someone think about Africa is poverty, a battlefield, lack or resources, dictatorship, child soldiers and civil war. There are many reasons why Africa has broken down as a country some being the political instability of the country, disagreement of believes, economic breakdown other country’s stealing natural resources, colonial wars, wars of independence, secessionist and separatist conflicts and the list can go on. The countries of Africa starting falling victim to all this around the 1960s and for the last few decades this place has been hell on earth. An estimate of around 50000 people have been killed in Sierra Leone, there has been a race murder of hundreds of people in The Democratic Republic of Congo, a genocide of thousands of people in Rwanda and Burundi and there are many more places just like these where it has turned to complete chaos. Most of it has been run by independent armies that mostly consist of some older generals and the rest being child soldiers. What has turned Africa to have done this? Africa has been known for its diverse ethnically across the whole continent people are related with different tribes and each tribe has its own culture, language, believes, traditions and ways of living if you look at other nations that have been destroyed by civil wars you can find that these

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