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Uganda outline - Marjan Ebrahimi Professor Cabral COM 100 Invisible Children Outline Topic Invisible Children Specific Purpose Statement To inform

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Marjan Ebrahimi Professor Cabral COM 100 4/28/08 Invisible Children Outline Topic: Invisible Children Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience how the history of Uganda, its government, and the LRA have effected the lives of its people. Organization Pattern: Cause and Effect Introduction: I. Gain Attention A. The UN’s Emergency Relief Coordinator, Jan Egeland has declared the war in northern Uganda as the most neglected humanitarian emergency in the world today. He has been quoted asking, "Where else in the world have there been 20,000 kidnapped children? Where else in the world have tens of thousands of children trekked into villages and hospitals every evening to sleep on the dirt for the night, just to go back the next morning without being fed- and they do this because they are scared for their lives? Where else in the world has 90% of the population in large districts been displaced? Where else in the world do children make up 80% of the terrorist insurgency movement?” II. Reveal Topic and purpose A. We’re going to focus this morning on the crises in northern Uganda and the effects of the war on the country’s people and on its “invisible children.” III. Establish credibility A. After choosing this topic for my speech, I began researching the war in Uganda extensively. I visited the Invisible Children website, a non-profit organization which has brought a lot of attention to this crises, and got a couple of ideas on where to go with my speech. I have based my speech on information I’ve found from credible sources such as The Lancet, The Round Table, Emergency Medical Australasia, and Children’s Geographies.
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IV. Preview main points A. For the next few moments I will be speaking to you about the history of the war in Uganda, and the Lords Resistance Army and how they have effected the
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Huy during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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Uganda outline - Marjan Ebrahimi Professor Cabral COM 100 Invisible Children Outline Topic Invisible Children Specific Purpose Statement To inform

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