Afghans Learn Leadership for the 21st Century

 
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Note: These stories talk about the same issues that this project addresses, but are not necessarily about this specific project.

A Collective Effort

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of A COLLECTIVE EFFORT For kenya the challenges of reconstruction span a nation marked by diversity in language,religion,geography adn culture.With the legacy of war everywhere,for some kenyans,this legacy means rebuilding all that has been destroyed.For others it means coping with the new problems of peace. Read more.
Related to project keywords: legacy, diversity, reconstruction, new, culture

Protecting Human Right At All Cost

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Kilgoris, Kenya
Map of Protecting human right at all cost violation of human right is rife among pastoralist communities due to the rigidnature of their cultures. Participants at a workshop convened by centre of human right and democracyhas been reporting those that violates human's right. This has challenged the life of those that their rights are being violated. They have noted that, despite the surge in such abuses, most were unreported due to the suppressive nature of the community's culture. They found that women and children were the most affected by such abuses as men continue to dominate the communities affairs. The hive taken action to those that violatewomen and children and that act will be like an event of the past. Read more.
Related to project keywords: participants, women children, workshop, rights, continue

The Idps

By a female, under 16 years old, in Murang'a, Kenya
Map of THE IDPs Internally Displaced People are those who live in camps because of war, migration, natural calamities when the government has grabbed them land. Most of them are t5hose who were affected by the post election violence and Somalis who ran away because of political instability. The government provides them land to stay without being concerned about how they would survive there. Providing them land for them is not a solution. The issue is that how they will eat or get their basic needs yet they do not have any job. Why should should they wait for ther organisations for example NEMA and UNICEF and The Red Cross to come and help help them yet there is a lot of farming in the country suitable for food providence. Even if some do not belong to our government, why should we deny them, the basic needs. The work of the leaders in parliament is to talk about their increase in salaries and involve in corruption and propaganda. Read more.
Related to project keywords: political, providing, country, leaders, parliament

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Project Leader

Toc Dunlap

Executive Director
Dearborn, Michigan Afghanistan

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