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Stadium crush kills at least 11 women seeking visas to leave Afghanistan

A woman’s place in Kyrgyzstan - IFRC

Bunisa Kurbanova is helping to change the role of women, she started a sewing workshop and is now employing others p After learning the skills at the Red Crescent centre, the seamstresses can set up their businesses from home, allowing them to still look after their children p The position of women has weakened more dramatically than that of any other group in the turmoil of the post-Soviet transition to a market economy. But Kyrgyz mothers, home keepers and carers are stepping out of the shadows and gaining new perspectives. Like most of her sex, Bunisa Kurbanova, a year-old mother of four from the southern Kyrgyz city of Jalal-Abad, had no job and very little chance of finding one.

Afghanistan Trip Report II: The Road to Jalalabad

The women were among thousands of people hoping to get visas to enter Pakistan for medical treatment. Many people in Afghanistan, a war-ravaged country with minimal health care facilities, cross the border into Pakistan for treatment. But since the spring, Pakistan had drastically reduced the number of visas that it issued to Afghans, hoping to minimize the spread of the coronavirus.
Here she describes a trip from Kabul to Jalalabad. Read also her recent report on security developments in Afghanistan in Firefight in Kabul. In an effort to travel in low-profile, I am in full Afghan garb, wearing a black salwar kameez, but I keep a full burqa on the seat next to me in case I need to quickly minimize my exposure. The only aspects of my attire that would give me away as a farangi foreigner are my Merrel shoes. I prefer those to the Chinese plastic low-heel shoes that most Afghan women wear.