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Education for Women in Afghanistan Can Heal a Community for Peace.

It is well-known that women who are educated make certain that their family is educated and give back to the community. … Read More»

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JE ME DEMANDE JUSQU'OU IRONT LES VIOLENCES FAITES AUX FEMMES ?????

Il voulait venger l’honneur de sa famille et pour cela il a commis un crime horrible. … Read More»

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Need: Male Women's Rights Activist in Afghanistan needs financial support for his education

Last August, I had the pleasure to meet Ali Shahidy through World Pulse's End Violence Against Women digital action campaign. We were both contributors and volunteer listeners. … Read More»

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Offer: Calls for Proposals for organisations/projects interested in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) - July 2013 deadlines

The Calls for Proposals on the following budget lines are usually open for organisations and projects interested in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR). … Read More»

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Teaching English online to young women in Afghanistan

Situation in Afghanistan and program information … Read More»

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Offer: Amnesty International UK looks for people with experience on violence against Afghan women!

Help Amnesty International UK formulate recommendations to the UK Government's Department for International Development as it prepares its next operational plan to tackle violence against women in Afg … Read More»

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Need: Education for Women will Stabilize Afghanistan for Peace.

As an Afghan American, I decided to take the education I received in the United States back to Afghanistan, to help rebuild my home country. … Read More»

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To my fellow sisters in Afghanistan, And inspiration for all!

This adds to the list of new Afghani girl skaters, rappers and now skiers! … Read More»

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AFGHANISTAN: A Letter to My Harasser

Harassed in the streets of Afghanistan, Noorjahan Akbar fights back. Read More »

"Not you, not the Taliban, not this government, not my brother or mother, nor can anybody else convince me that I am less than a man."

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