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Mursal cannot go back to school now and her hopes of becoming a doctor are now uncertain. © UNFPA Afghanistan
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Kabul, Afghanistan – One year after the Taliban takeover, 17-year-old Mursal Fasihi is still in disbelief that she cannot  go back to school and her hopes of becoming a doctor are now uncertain.
Girls have been excluded from secondary schools, a move that violates their fundamental right to education
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Statement of UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem on Afghanistan
Minaz Bibi provides midwifery services for the earthquake affected women in Gayan district of Paktika, Afghanistan
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Paktika, Afghanistan – Minaz Bibi had just finished a midwifery course and was waiting for her deployment to a community health center when she received an unexpected call to report for an emergency duty: to support the humanitarian response to the earthquake that devastated the provinces of Paktika and Khost last June.

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