Afghanistan

Flood water, mealy bug causing damage to Guava Groves in Sindh

Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Agricultural College holds seminar on “Future Strategies for mealy bug in Guava orchards after Rain and…

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TALIBAN’S RETURN HAS ROBBED AFGHANISTAN’S WOMEN AND GIRLS OF THEIR FUTURE

Once in power, the Taliban initially sent some mixed signals. The Ministry of Women’s Affairs was closed. By September, schools…

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Afghanistan: ‘38 million people suffer because of a few hundred in power’

A year after the Taliban took power, humanitarian needs are rising as foreign aid has dried up. Ali M. Latifi…

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Women Protection Centers closed in Afghanistan under Taliban

Gender-based violence is certainly rising as vital protections and essential services vanish, rights groups warn. Sara Perria BAMIYAN, Afghanistan The…

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Afghan woman rebels against Taliban restrictions

As Taliban fighters swept into Bamiyan, the ancient city in central Afghanistan, the 37-year-old Aaila got behind the wheel of…

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Afghan Taliban have betrayed a generation

The girls were sent home on 22 March, the start of the school year, in the northern half of the…

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Afghanistan plunges into crises

Afghanistan is mired in a humanitarian catastrophe six months after the Taliban resurgence, no matter how the numbers are counted.…

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Dealing with Desert Locust and other Disasters

Sindh Agriculture University and Sindh Rural Support Organization sign MoU to organize training workshops. Tando Jam A Memorandum of Understanding…

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Researchers at risk in Afghanistan

Most academic staff — particularly women and those with international links — are either in hiding or looking to leave…

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Brewing Storm in Afghanistan…

19 million people in Afghanistan are experiencing “high levels of acute food insecurity” and the number will climb to 22.8…

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