The Deputy Coordinator of Human Affairs of the United Nations met with the Acting Ministry of Public Health of the caretaker government and said that the decision to ban the work of women will affect millions of vulnerable Afghan women. According to the News Agency of Events; The Office of the Political Assistant of the United Nations or UNAMA published a statement this afternoon on Tuesday (Jadi 6) saying that Fern Ekwiza, the Deputy Coordinator of Humanitarian Affairs of the United Nations in Afghanistan, met with the Acting Ministry of Public Health of the ruling authorities in Kabul.
In this meeting, Mr. Akwiza wants to completely remove the ban announced by the Taliban regarding the activities of women in domestic and international non-governmental organizations. The announcement added that this ban will affect millions of the most vulnerable Afghan citizens. This is despite the fact that yesterday, in a meeting with the Acting Ministry of Economy of the caretaker government, the head of UNAMA also asked for the cancellation of the decision to ban women’s work. Meena Habib – news agency