View to the Women’s Rights in
Afghanistan
Women’s Rights Situation in
Afghanistan
from 1992 to 2013
Women’s Rights situation during
Mojahidin
1993-1997

.
The worst behaviors done by Taliban
Regime
1998-2001

.
During this time all women have to
stay at home
1998-2001

.
The Taliban regime was the only
Regime in the world that forbidden
education of girls and women and
United Nation has not ...
The situation for women in
Afghanistan improved significantly
after the fall of the Taliban in 2001

.
Although the situation became better,
and women's rights in Afghanistan
have improved since 2001, but female
politicians a...
Opportunities and Challenges of
last decade
2001-2011
Education for girls and women:
Women and girls get access to
education

.
35 % of girls and women have access
to go to school and University but
despite 65% of women and girls being
illiterate in ...
Another problem in terms of
education in Afghanistan is the
number of female schools including
elementary and high schools...
The reasons for lack of education of girls
should mostly be the following:
- Widespread gender discrimination in
- society...
Health
Availability of only one doctor and five
nurses for every 100,000 persons, and
one bed for 300 persons is a critica...
.
Work and Job
Although women in Afghanistan do all
kind of work but, they do not have
their income and their work do not
ac...
Afghanistan do not have any women
judge member in supreme court
council yet

.
But have developed in politic

.
Constitution and Women in Politic

.
Women and Culture Activities

.
Women and Business

.
Equality between man and woman in
constitution

.
Women’s situation need more work
and attention
Human Rights Report
:

.

.
:

.

.
:
.

.
:

.
Women's Right in Afganistan
Women's Right in Afganistan
Women's Right in Afganistan
Women's Right in Afganistan
Women's Right in Afganistan
Women's Right in Afganistan
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Women's Right in Afganistan

  1. 1. View to the Women’s Rights in Afghanistan
  2. 2. Women’s Rights Situation in Afghanistan from 1992 to 2013
  3. 3. Women’s Rights situation during Mojahidin 1993-1997 .
  4. 4. The worst behaviors done by Taliban Regime 1998-2001 .
  5. 5. During this time all women have to stay at home 1998-2001 .
  6. 6. The Taliban regime was the only Regime in the world that forbidden education of girls and women and United Nation has not have any reaction against it .
  7. 7. The situation for women in Afghanistan improved significantly after the fall of the Taliban in 2001 .
  8. 8. Although the situation became better, and women's rights in Afghanistan have improved since 2001, but female politicians and activists have been increasingly subjected to threats, intimidation and attacks. .
  9. 9. Opportunities and Challenges of last decade 2001-2011
  10. 10. Education for girls and women: Women and girls get access to education .
  11. 11. 35 % of girls and women have access to go to school and University but despite 65% of women and girls being illiterate in Afghanistan .
  12. 12. Another problem in terms of education in Afghanistan is the number of female schools including elementary and high schools that has decreased considerably .
  13. 13. The reasons for lack of education of girls should mostly be the following: - Widespread gender discrimination in - society's customary practices - Family poverty - Security challenges and Lack or shortages of female schools
  14. 14. Health Availability of only one doctor and five nurses for every 100,000 persons, and one bed for 300 persons is a critical issue. Child and mother mortality is on the highest level.in every 30 minutes a women dies during pregnancy or child birth, while 80 % of these deaths are preventable.
  15. 15. .
  16. 16. Work and Job Although women in Afghanistan do all kind of work but, they do not have their income and their work do not account in economic Comparison .
  17. 17. Afghanistan do not have any women judge member in supreme court council yet .
  18. 18. But have developed in politic .
  19. 19. Constitution and Women in Politic .
  20. 20. Women and Culture Activities .
  21. 21. Women and Business .
  22. 22. Equality between man and woman in constitution .
  23. 23. Women’s situation need more work and attention
  24. 24. Human Rights Report
  25. 25. : . .
  26. 26. : . .
  27. 27. : . .
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