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1: Sudan is a country located in Africa. Greatly popular for the devastation that is consistent here everyday. Whether it be genocide, famine, disease, no economy or stableness in government. People suffer here every day.

2: Sudan is constantly under a state of chaos and recklessness. The lack of government, stable economy, and famine are ultimately holding Sudan from ever reaching not only stableness, but economic balance, depth in government, and outside support.

3: Government

4: Violence

5: The violence that occurs in Sudan holds the country back from ever having a chance to reach a stable level of peace, life, and equity. The everyday chaos is constant and there seems to be no immediate end to the problem of not only the violence, but lack of government, famine, and genocide.

6: Genocide

7: Genocide has been consistent in not only Sudan, but in a good percentage of African countries. People starve every day and Sudan is atop the list in the number of people who starve to death each year. With little help from an outside source, Sudan will continue to suffer

8: Disease

9: The disease stricken Sudan has also had great numbers of loss when it comes to diseases. Hundreds of thousands of Africans die each year from diseases such as aids, and other diseases that will kill. It is hard to look at some of the pictures of these people who starve to death and it is hard to imagine what that would be like.

11: Outside Support/Aid | Although Sudan continues to suffer, there are those who are making attempts to contribute to the countries recovery. The Peace Corps, and even simple volunteers from all over the world risk their lives and try to help the people of Sudan and Africa.

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