Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Fight Terrorism and Build Nations-- One School at a Time - Study Guide Chapters 17 through 23 Summary & Analysis

Greg Mortenson
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In chapter seventeen, Greg hears of growing unrest in Pakistan and spends a great deal of time pacing in his office, worrying in between sporadic pieces of incoming information. He learns of huge numbers of refugees pouring out of Afghanistan and is told they need "everything" with fresh water topping the list. A young girl named Fatima Batool, who lived for awhile in a cave to evade bombs dropped from above without warning, is among those educated in a CAI school. Five years after the fact, she says that some people believe "Americans are bad, but we love Americans." Fatima says that Americans were the only people who provided for her people in this time of great need.

In chapter eighteen, Greg continues to work at raising money when he is in the United States, fearing the ever-lowering bank balance for the CAI...

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