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updated Wed. November 30, 2022

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A woman from Daikundi, a province in the center of Afghanistan, has walked almost 10 hours carrying her infant to reach to the center of the province to attend university entrance exam. Jahantab became famous after a lecturer published her photo on social media which showed her sitting on the ground, having her baby in ...
The father of 12 children and husband to two wives had exhausted all means to provide for his family and hardship seemed just too much to bear. ... One quarter of all returnees know they cannot return to their home villages Mohammad Afshar is not an isolated case: more than 100,000 Afghan IDPs and ...

The father of 12 children and husband to two wives had exhausted all means to provide for his family and hardship seemed just too much to bear. ... One quarter of all returnees know they cannot return to their home villages Mohammad Afshar is not an isolated case: more than 100,000 Afghan IDPs and ...
But 3.5 million other school-age children will miss out due to school closures, grinding conflict and poverty. Afghanistan's general literacy rate is one of the lowest in the world - just 36 per cent, according to the Afghan National Association for Adult Education. As many schools resumed classes on Saturday, ...
After graduating from Britain's prestigious University of Oxford, she set up Kabul's first mobile library to let some of Afghanistan's 3.5 million out-of school children - mostly girls - listen to stories and pore over picturebooks. "When I was a child, I did not have the opportunity to go to a library and read the ...

Afghanistan's Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) on Tuesday said that 1396 marked one of the deadliest years for civilians in Afghanistan. ... According to the AIHRC, from tens of thousands of civilians either killed or wounded during the violence, 2,000 of the victims were Afghan children.
The short-lived image on a concrete blast wall marked the beginning of a provocative campaign by social activist group ArtLords, whose artists are calling out Afghanistan's most powerful by depicting people killed by warlords in giant murals in public places. They have been threatened on social media, ...

A woman sits on the floor of a classroom, nursing her baby while simultaneously taking a high-stakes exam, as dozens of other students around her do the same. The extraordinary scene, set in a private university in Afghanistan's Daykundi province, was captured in a compelling photo that went viral on ...
Eleven students were injured when an attacker detonated explosives in a classroom in Kabul on Sunday. “As inhumane as this cowardly attack is, we continue to see similar attacks on schools. Afghanistan's children are becoming innocent victims of the escalating conflict,” said NRC's country director in ...
Its name is Charmaghz, the Dari word for Walnut, and it's a library on wheels - the first such enterprise in Afghanistan's war-battered capital. ... According to Save the Children, nearly a third of all Afghan children are unable to attend school, leaving them at increased risk of child labor, recruitment by armed ...
Its name is Charmaghz, the Dari word for Walnut, and it's a library on wheels - the first such enterprise in Afghanistan's war-battered capital. ... According to Save the Children, nearly a third of all Afghan children are unable to attend school, leaving them at increased risk of child labour, recruitment by armed ...
A library on wheels, the blue bus of Kabul is giving children in war-torn Afghanistan the opportunity to read. ... According to Save the Children, nearly a third of all Afghan children are unable to attend school, leaving them at increased risk of child labor, recruitment by armed groups, early marriage, and other ...


 

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