Afghanistan: Participating in the election

Women are seeking every opportunity to exercise their right to vote in the forthcoming Afghanistan elections. They need a government committed to justice that will create opportunities for them to becoming contributing members of their society.

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Afghanistan: elections

April 5th will be elections in Afghanistan, the move towards government transition in this young democracy. Who will lead the nation into the future?

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Education in Afghanistan

The literacy rate in Afghanistan is less than 15% and presently over 95% of the children do not attend school. Most schools do not have supplies, books, desks, or teachers.

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Landmine victims in Afghanistan

Mine clearance teams have been working for years to demine the country, but it is a slow and laborious process. One step in the wrong direction can prove fatal, as it has with many young children just running about with

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Widows in Afghanistan

Many Afghan women don’t know basic hygiene and suffer from medical illnesses without the means to care for themselves. Most are unable to read. Life has passed them by for many years, but now is the time to help them

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Orphans in Afghanistan

t has been estimated that there are over 28,000 orphans and children living on the streets in Kabul, a figure that is sure to double when one takes the whole country into the equation. No one is really sure how

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Tajiks of Afghanistan

The Tajiks are believed to be the original Persian population of Afghanistan and Central Asia. They speak the Dari language, which was spoken by King Darius, mentioned in the book of Daniel. Today, more than 5 million Tajiks live in

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Christians in Afghanistan

“When Satan fell to earth, he fell in Kabul.” This saying is sadly heard all too often in Afghanistan. Life in war-torn Afghanistan is hell on earth for many of its citizens. And for Christians, it’s even worse…

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