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Afghanistan

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Transcript of Afghanistan

Afghanistan
What is Afghanistan famous for?
What about its cities?
Kabul
Ghuznee
Peshawar
Kandahar
Takht-e-Rostam
Country's natural resources:
Coal, Copper, Iron, Lithium, Uranium, Gold, Chromite, Zinc, Lead, Marble, Petroleum, Natural gas, Semi-prescious stones, Sulfur, Talc and Barites.
Ethnicities
Its Allies
42%
1$ per day
Production
poppy seeds
opium
Economy
Trade
Iran
Pakistan
Uzbekstan,Tajikstan, Turkmenistan
Money currency
Afghani
Political impact on economy
War impacted all trade around Afghanistan
What would i invest in if i were a buisness woman?
Carpets
Afghan women weaving them
What wouldn't I invest in?
Dangerous
Everything is ruined
VISA
No airports, roads, services
Social
Health
Very low
No medicine
Scarce Hyegine
Water
Hospitals
Non-profit organizations
Afghan families
Divorce
Children
Elderly
Education
Economy's impact on social
Medicine
Education
Most significant problem
Kids who are starving and do not have an education
Political
Military
No navy
War in Russia
Introduction
Conflict
Afghanistan has been used as a battleground
Social and cultural impact on Political
Corruption
Cultural
Architecture
Food
Quabili Palau
Clothes
Burqua
Afghan music
Stability or instability?
Stability or instability?
Stability or instability?
Language
Pashto language
Islamic republic
Hamid Karzai
Religon
Religion
99%
1%
Hinduism
Christianity
Buddhism
Women

How to resolve this problem?
Stability or instability?
Economy impact on Culture
Conclusion
Citations
Rubin, A "Afghan Forces, Taking Lead, Hold Steady in Violent District" The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/16/world/asia/afghan-forces-taking-lead-hold-steady-in-violent-district.html?ref=afghanistan (accessed June 3, 2013).


Ferrera, G "L'educazione in Afghanistan" The Post Internazionale. http://www.thepostinternazionale.it/mondo/afghanistan/l-educazione-in-afghanistan (accessed June 9, 2013).

Dye, S "Public Health and Conflict Series: Rebuilding a Nation's Health in Afghanistan" United States Institute Of Peace. http://www.usip.org/publications/public-health-and-conflict-series-rebuilding-nations-health-in-afghanistan (accessed June 7, 2013).

Bertram, C ""Corruption in Afghanistan among the most important problems for development"" The Green Political Foundation. http://www.boell.de/worldwide/asia/asia-corruption-afghanistan-interview-torabi-12589.html (accessed June 5, 2013).

Glanz, J "The Economic Cost of War" The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/01/weekinreview/01glanz.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 (accessed June 9, 2013).

Goris, G "Arkansas Supply Sergeant is in high demand in Afghanistan Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/news/103222/arkansas-supply-sergeant-high-demand-afghanistan#.Ub3tYZWBLw5#ixzz2WOngL4Xe" DVIDS. Arkansas Supply Sergeant is in high demand in Afghanistan Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/news/103222/arkansas-supply-sergeant-high-demand-afghanistan#.Ub3tYZWBLw5#ixzz2WOngL4Xe (accessed June 9, 2013).

Hudson Teslik, L "Iraq, Afghanistan, and the U.S. Economy" Council Foreign Relations. http://www.cfr.org/afghanistan/iraq-afghanistan-us-economy/p15404 (accessed June 5, 2013).

Khan, A "Social Development" akdn. http://www.akdn.org/afghanistan_social_development.asp (accessed June 3, 2013).

Morell, M "Afghanistan" Central Intelligence Agency. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/af.html (accessed June 3, 2013).

Conclusion
20%
80%
Afghanistan is very instable from a Poverty, corruption and lack of education perspective.
Everything you can possibly think of that can lead to instability, is based on war.
If I would make certain changes...
THE END
Is Afhanistan a Stable Country?
Women and education
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