Khadija N. is a university student and English teacher in western Afghanistan.
Street children in Afghanistan work to provide the family’s income.
I was fourteen years old the first time I put my feelings and thoughts on paper and a guest had come to our house from the village.
Editor’s note: Our new writers in the southern province of Kandahar got together to send their greetings to AWWP for Mother’s Day. Here are excerpts.
My mother’s life was more complicated than mine today.
The Taliban and Daesh are entrenched in eight districts of Nangarhar province and fighting against each other. Hundreds of schools have been locked and closed.
Lena is a teacher in southern Afghanistan.
Why are women trying to bring peace? I believe it is because it appears that the government is unable to get peace or to do anything for the people.
Women for Afghan Women is holding its anniversary gala in New York this week and will award the Malalai Kakar Human Rights Award to women’s rights advocate Mahira Ahmadzai of Afghanistan.