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Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
Class 9 rift case-women group (final)
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Class 9 rift case-women group (final)

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  • 1. Class materialCMU Australia, Public Policy Analysis 1-Apr 2012
  • 2. Geographical features War Poverty RIFT Social Issues Over populated Tourist attractionGeographical features Refugees Wildlife War
  • 3. Where we are? People People Women Militias GovernmentConflict Conflict Humanitarian Tutsi, Hutu Crisis Villagers Business Conserva- person tionists People Animals
  • 4. • Safety: rape victims • Health: psychological and physical (HIV and its repercussion…) • High fertility rate • Inequality – Family – Society • High rate of illiteracyISSUES WE FACE
  • 5. 1. Preserve dignity 2. Enjoy safety in life 3. Have better health 4. Have sustainable jobs 5. Gain equal rights 6. Control number of childrenWHAT WE WANT
  • 6. RECOMMENDATIONS Short and Medium term • Form an agency to protect women • Impose severe punishment on rapists • Offer consultations for women to cope with psychological issues • Enforce the law to protect women • Provide education: o For women o New ways to do farming (livelihood)
  • 7. RECOMMENDATIONS Long term • Again, create equal rights – Provide mandatory primary education for all children – Equality: land ownership • Mainstream women in target national program (Ex: micro financing program)
  • 8. The case is intended solely as a vehicle for classroom discussionPicture sources: Internet, thank you. Question? BAHAR Forghani CAROLINE Kiriga LINH Thi Huyen Nguyen MusTIAwati Oktarina Hussin THIEN HUONG Thi Do Thi TAM Duong Thank you

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