• publish: 20 October 2021
  • time: 6:21 pm
  • category: Social
  • No: 19425
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Afghanistan under the Islamic Emirate of Taliban; Women being out of jobs suffer from depression

“Many girls and women hopeful about making a clear and bright future for themselves as well as their country were attending schools and universities but the recent developments disappointed them.” Hassan Hakimi, a civil activist told Raha News Agency in Ghur  

“Since the government collapse and Taliban taking over, those women working at governmental and non-governmental organizations in Ghur lost their jobs and are imprisoned at homes.” Civil activists in Ghur province said

They added Taliban taking over has hardened the lives of women.

“Many girls and women hopeful about making a clear and bright future for themselves as well as their country were attending schools and universities but the recent developments disappointed them.” Hassan Hakimi, a civil activist told Raha News Agency in Ghur  

He added those women having lost their job are suffering from depression, in fact, they have got imprisoned at homes.

Forced to staying at homes, those women receiving good salary and respect are deprived of all privileges now Hakimi said

Mr. Hakimi said except women working for public health sector, other hundreds working women in Ghur lost their job after Taliban taking over although exact number of jobless women is not available.

Islamic Emirate should let women work and go to schools and universities, it is their absolute rights he emphasized   

Hakimi said: “Women should be given the rights of work and education and their suitable status.”   

Islamic Emirate provincial officials avoided talking about the issue

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