SINCE GIRLS HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO ATTEND SECONDARY SCHOOL IN AFGHANISTAN
Modern Afghan women are agents of change fighting to achieve human rights for all.
"We have suffered so long. We cannot go back!"
WHAT IS HAPPENING?
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
Since January, about 13,000 newborns have died from malnutrition and hunger-related diseases in Afghanistan and 3.5 million children need nutritional support.
A young women burst into tears as she described being turned away after waiting 186 days – she had counted – for school to resume. "What is our crime? That we are girls?" she raged.
WORLD REVISION AID
"Today I have been heartbroken to see that the families are willing to sell their children to feed other family members. So it's the right time for the humanitarian community to stand up and stay with the people of Afghanistan."
Women's life now is like a caged bird, but I will fight. I will do my best until my last breath for the rights of women.