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Afghanistan's schoolgirls lose

Girls' schools become the losers when the aid crowns disappear. It predicts Ehsanulla Ehsan, the founder of one of the most successful women's education projects in Afghanistan.

This week, Afghanistan Week is being held for the second time. The event is under the auspices of the Afghanistan Committee and has contributors such as Christian Michelsen's Institute (CMI) and the Institute for Peace Research (PRIO), and brings together around forty researchers, politicians and experts from Afghanistan, Norway and other countries. Prominent figures such as journalist and analyst Kate Clark, human rights activist Horia Mosadiq and Minister of Defense Ine Marie Eriksen Søreide will participate in debates about Afghanistan's future. During the week, the discussions will be about what the main challenges the country is facing now, and how the international community can support Afghanistan. A seminar will be held on Wednesday 25 March. . .

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