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President Karzai calls attention to child labor problems in Afghanistan

President Hamid Karzai called on human rights institutions and children rights institution to address the issue of child labor in Afghanistan. Poverty-struck families send their children out  to carry out harsh manual labor to bring in food to the families.

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US will not abandon Afghan women

Twelve years ago this week, the Taliban regime retreated from Kabul. Children were finally free to fly kites, women emerged from behind their burqas and girls could again dream of going to school. Women and girls have made hard-won advancements.

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Construction work on Kunar's Managi power dam launched

Construction work on Managi power dam in Watapur district of Kunar province has officially begun. The dam is expected to cost about USD 10mn provided by the government and will take four years to complete. Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Governor

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Construction work on Kunar’s Managi power dam launched

Construction work on Managi power dam in Watapur district of Kunar province has officially begun. The dam is expected to cost about USD 10mn provided by the government and will take four years to complete. Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Governor

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84 Afghan students sent to Turkey to seek higher education

Afghan Ministry of Higher Education sent 84 students to Turkey for higher education. The students will be seeking a degree in the field of engineering. Higher Education Minister Obaidullah Obaid urged Afghan youth to study hard to be able to

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Barbara Bergmann

Barbara Bergmann (b. 1927) laid the foundations for much of contemporary feminist economics, especially regarding discrimination in the workplace. Born in the Bronx, New York, Barabara started formulating ideas about feminism at the age of five.  She receives her bachelor’s

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