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Polygyny Among Factors Behind Violence Against Women

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan Human Rights Commission (AHRC) said that 2900 cases of violence against women have been recorded over the last 9 months, most of which have been due to polygamy. However, there are not accurate figures in access, but based on traditions and cultures, most of men in villages ...

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Women Role Key In Govt. Structure

Kabul (BNA) Unfortunately rampant wrong traditions in Afghanistan have caused the women not to have eye-catching role in the government structure. A number of lawmakers and women rights advocates stress on women further political partnership in the government. Justice and Partnership Association (JPA) said that President Ghani has not still ...

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NSP Public Utility Projects Provide Environmental Facilities To Families

Kabul (BNA) At a cost of Afg 11,000,000 funded by National Solidarity Program of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (NSP/MRRD) several welfare projects have been executed in southern Nimroz province. According to information of relation and publication department of MRRD to BNA, these projects have been executed in ...

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87 Welfare Projects Executed In Sar-e-Pul Province

Kabul (BNA) At a sum of more than Afg 47,000,000 funded by National Solidarity Program of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD/NSP) 87 welfare projects have been completed in northern Sar-e-Pul province. According to information of relation and publication department of MRRD to BNA, these development projects include ...

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Marking Int’l Women’s Day example of unprecedented solidarity worldwide

Choosing a day as women’s day has been discussed for the first time during struggles by New York women chanting the slogan of polling right for women. In 1857, female laborers of cloth-weaving and dress-making factories in a protest on New York streets asked for increasing of their salaries, decreasing ...

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Polygyny among factors behind violence against women

 Afghanistan Human Rights Commission (AHRC) said that 2900 cases of violence against women have been recorded over the last 9 months, most of which have been due to polygamy.  However, there are not accurate figures in access, but based on traditions and cultures, most of men in villages marry more ...

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Women role key in govt. structure

 Unfortunately rampant wrong traditions in Afghanistan have caused the women not to have eye-catching role in the government structure. A number of lawmakers and women rights advocates stress on women further political partnership in the government.  Justice and Partnership Association (JPA) said that President Ghani has not still practiced its ...

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Bread and Peace

(Not only a Slogan but the Soul of International Women Day)  International Women’s Day (8th March) is an event set apart by women’s gatherings around the world. This date is additionally honored at the United Nations and is assigned in many countries as a national holiday. Tradition sees man honoring ...

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Women’s Political Partnership

Kabul (BNA) If we have a glance at the past, since long time, women have been considered as a fair sex, sensitive and sometimes weak due to physiological reasons and her roles were based on this conception. As a result, woman was often behind politics scene, although there were women ...

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Women Still Facing Discrimination, Harassment In Working Environment, CE

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Office has celebrated World Women Day. In a ceremony held on this occasion with participation of high-ranking government female officials in Kabul, chief executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah said achievements in counter violence against women, political partnership and active role of women in various sections are considerable ...

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