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Right, so i was revising development dilemmas.
I was reading that Uganda's development progress is likely to be affected by several barries. One of which caught my attention was conflict. The revision guide states that East Africa is plagued with conflict and that conflict in nearby countries can spill over Uganda's borders. How would that hinder development in Uganda?
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The conflict will cause destruction of land and infrastructure. Crops could be destroyed leading to famine (82% of Ugandans are farmers so a lot of people are vulnerable to this), and if it affects towns and villages, schools could be destroyed, meaning education is disrupted (meaning children will probably earn less when they're older and be more likely to get diseases such as HIV), and if people are killed, their families receive a lower income because fewer people are working, meaning they may go hungry, or without secondary education or healthcare.
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Government use income for repair of destruction rather than developing and building on infastructure and therefore cannot prosper as a country
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Hmm, i see now. Thanks for the help
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