Research a country (other than your own) that is currently going through a war or one in which war has just ended. Research the lives of the people and make a list of what their problems are. Then, make a compare and contrast chart to compare their lives with those of the freed slaves after the Civil War.
Explain how war changes the lives of the people who survive it and the hardships war causes. Explain how the people are the same after the war and how they are different.
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The war in Afghanistan continues destroying lives, due to the direct consequences of violence and the war-induced breakdown of public health, security, and infrastructure. Civilians have been killed by crossfire, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), assassinations, bombings, and night raids into houses of suspected insurgents. Even in the absence of fighting, unexploded ordnance from previous wars and United States cluster bombs continue to kill.
Hospitals in Afghanistan are treating large numbers of war wounded, including amputees and burn victims. The war has also inflicted invisible wounds. In 2009, the Afghan Ministry of Public Health reported that fully two-thirds of Afghans suffer from mental health problems.
About 92,000 people have been killed in the Afghanistan war since 2001. More than 26,000 of those killed have been civilians. Nearly 100,000 people have been injured since 2001.