Afghanistan is the only country in the world that does not allow its young girls to attend school.
Even before the Taliban took control of the country, 3.7 million Afghan children were not attending school, most of whom were female. Since the takeover, a further 1.2 million girls have been denied access to an education.
Many of those who had promoted the rights for education for girls in Afghanistan prior to Taliban rule now face retribution and persecution at the hands of the authorities.
Our work in Afghanistan is, therefore, two-fold. We are actively seeking to educate girls in Afghanistan while also seeking to safeguard those who are at risk of being punished for advocating education for all.
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