UNICEF responds to Taliban statement on girls’ education

GENEVA: UNICEF has called the Taliban’s statement on girls’ education promising.

According to the details, Mustafa bin Masood, head of United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) field operations in Afghanistan, has expressed cautious optimism about working with the Taliban, who have taken power.

According to Reuters, UNICEF continues to deliver aid to most of Afghanistan, and UNICEF has held initial meetings with representatives of the Taliban in cities such as Kandahar, Herat and Jalalabad.

“We are in talks and we are very optimistic based on these talks. Right now, 11 of our 13 field offices are operational and we are in these offices,” Mustafa bin Masood told a UN briefing. raised by the Taliban.

Taliban Announce They Will Allow Women To Go To University

It should be noted that during the government of Afghanistan in 1996 and 2001, the Taliban banned women’s work, girls were not allowed to go to school, women were strictly ordered to cover their faces, and men were required to leave the house. Had to be with

First demonstration of Taliban women in Kabul (viral video)

However, now that the Taliban have returned to Kabul, it is clear that their thinking has changed, women are being given freedom to work and there are female presenters and reporters on screen. The presenter scheduled on Tolo News, one of the major television channels, and also interviewed a representative of the Taliban media team.

Tolo News shared images and photos from the presenter’s interview on social media. Tolo also appreciated the reporter’s coverage from Kabul.

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