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Afghanistan: Health Care for Women Hit by Aid Cuts

By Human Rights Watch
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(New York) – Falling donor support for essential services in Afghanistan is reducing women’s access to essential health care, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. More cuts are likely in coming months following the announcement by United States President Joe Biden that the US will withdraw all its forces from Afghanistan by September 11, 2021.  May 6, 2021 “I Would Like Four Kids — If We Stay Alive” Women’s Access to Health Care in Afghanistan Download the full report in English Download the Summary & Recommendations The 39-page report, “‘I Would…

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