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British Ministers: Women's Rights Key to Stable Afghanistani
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October 26, 2012 9:07 PM
British ministers say the country's development program in Afghanistan is failing to protect the rights of Afghan women. A new government report says Britain should reconsider its ambition of building Afghan government institutions and instead focus on more traditional aid targets - especially women's rights. VOA's Selah Hennessy reports from London.

British Ministers: Women's Rights Key to Stable Afghanistan

Published October 26, 2012

British ministers say the country's development program in Afghanistan is failing to protect the rights of Afghan women. A new government report says Britain should reconsider its ambition of building Afghan government institutions and instead focus on more traditional aid targets - especially women's rights. VOA's Selah Hennessy reports from London.


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