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Afghanistan’s health crisis worsens amid foreign aid cuts, Taliban abuses: HRW

Afghanistan's health crisis is getting worse as a result of foreign aid cuts and the Taliban government's violations of women’s rights, according to a new report from Human Rights Watch. The Islamic Emirate’s restrictions are impeding women’s rights to healthcare, while education bans ensure a shortage of female health workers. Afghan doctors have long been warning of a healthcare crisis. Read more about it here.

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