Post conflict communities suffer from the pangs of a destroyed culture, people, and a deep sense of distrust among one another. Their ties with other countries have been cut, their country’s credibility reset to that of a child’s. And so must begin the process of rebuilding; rebuilding a sense of nationalism and...
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...se of community, and the importance of companionship toward their physical lives and toward their own health. With certain types of infrastructure comes the opportunity to make friends, make connections. Yet how does one encourage those relationships to build when it’s people have no sense of what friendship is or the steps in which to take in order to attain it. Most commonly theses relationships are built over common interests, but what more do the Khmer people have to be interested in since all but hard labor was taken from them. I do believe that the first step to building a sense of community is the bonding experience that arises from not being understood. And thus can only find comfort in those who experienced the same personalized sort of conflict, those are where it will be possible to rebuild social relationships which will in turn help build infrastructure.
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