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  • Central African Republic

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    Central African Republic. This number was acquired in just three days and it served as a huge wake up call for the Central Africans. However, it was not long before another revolt that left twelve people dead, thirty people wounded, and children were not spared. Meanwhile in Denmark, reports are showing that they are stressing the protections of civil rights and humane treatment. For this reason, the county of Denmark is at an all time low of violence and misconducts. The Central African Republic

  • The Importance Of Living In The Central African Republic

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    The Central African Republic is one of the poorest countries in the world. As Americans, we have so much to be thankful for, but instead we take it for granted. In this paper, I will see how much I actually take for granted living in America compared to living in a third world country. I will also see how different my life would be living in the Central African Republic. Religion is a huge part of my life and if I lived in the Central African Republic then my life would be drastically different.

  • History of Central African Republic: Essay

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    History of Central African Republic: The Central African Republic (CAR) is located in the heart of equatorial Africa. The country, with an estimated population of 4.4 million and a landmass of 622,984 sq km , is landlocked, sharing borders with Chad, Sudan, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Republic of the Congo, and Cameroon. The country, a former colony of France (formerly known as Ubangi-Shari), gained independence on August 13, 1960. Like most former colonies, CAR was subject to interference

  • What Is The Conflict In The Central African Republic

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    conflict in the Central African Republic had on it’s children? The conflict that Central African Republic had on its children is that they lost their innocence and that they were forced into many actions or decisions they did not want to become apart of. The children of the Central African Republic for an example in the article it says that many children were forced to become soldiers, wives at very young ages. A child named Jordy has said that the Central African Republic has turned neighbors against

  • Growing Up In The Central African Republic

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    I grew up in the Central African Republic which is one of the poorest and most dangerous countries in the world. The violence grew every day and led to much suffering of innocent people. There education has been forgotten, children. Because I saw these things, and I want to do something to help other people and make things better. Now, I saw all of the opportunities that Americans have and often take for granted. I saw this in a simple thing like voting. The Civil Rights movement and Dr. Martin

  • Central African Republic Research Paper

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    settlers in the area, now known as the Central African Republic, were hunter-gatherers who first settled there 10,000 years ago. Many settled by the Ubangi River which is located in the eastern part of the Central African Republic. They became farmers who specialized in growing yams, millet, sorghum, and bananas and domesticated the African palm oil. Beginning in the 1500s, Muslim slave traders began to attack the region capturing and enslaving many native Africans using the Ubangi River to transport them

  • Vaccinations In The Central African Republic

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    children unvaccinated in the entire world reside in India. Also, Recent events in countries have drastically impacted how many people receive vaccines. As in the Central African Republic, the country has been in a fuming ongoing civil war that has killed over 6,000 people from its upbringing in 2012. People in the Central African Republic have been displaced, and are in desperate need other things, such as food or water. The longer a person goes without a vaccine, the higher the chance is of contracting

  • The Republic Of Kenya, An African Country

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    The Republic of Kenya, an East African country that lies on the equator within the Indian Ocean to its south-east, has a total land area of 581,000 square kilometers and a total water covered area of 11,000 square kilometers. Kenya is one of the most culturally rich countries with a blend of different ethnic groups and cultures in Africa. There are at least 40 different ethnic groups in Kenya today. In terms of religion, Christianity is the most populated in Kenya with about 82.5% of the Kenyan people

  • Boy Soldiers In The Central African American Republic

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    In the Central African American Republic, it was neighbor against neighbor. Boys and girls have seen their parents killed. Then a group named Seleka basically enslaved many children. Boy soldiers are young teens that go to war. When they do this, there are major things that they do. One of the things that they do is that they burn down different huts like vegetables, and other food huts. They also raid people’s homes. According to the article, “Armed and Underage”, it says, “It is less an army than

  • Chaos In Central African Republic: Film Analysis

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    William Daniels the photographer of the photo named Chaos in Central African Republic is showing us the mourning of a relative to Twenty year-old Sept-Abel Sangoma Let. Members of an armed Muslim group stabbed Sangoma Let while he was asleep. His dead body was later found outside his family's home. Daniels photo reveals the true helplessness that a relative is experiencing after a his loved ones has been murdered in cold blood. Albert Facelly photographer in france shows us the devastation that two