The bleak situation faced by Afghan schoolgirls under Taliban rule spans from forced labor to compulsory displacement

by Abbas Adil

Shafaqna India: Nearly three years after the Taliban took control and despite international efforts to find solutions, the situation hasn’t improved.

The Taliban’s repeated promises to reopen schools for girls haven’t materialized, leaving female students increasingly anxious about their education under Taliban rule. Many have chosen to leave Afghanistan for educational opportunities elsewhere.

Those who remain face a difficult choice: give up hope for schooling and take on labor-intensive jobs to survive, or wait for a reopening that may never come. This situation weighs heavily not only on the girls themselves, but also on their families who worry about their daughters’ futures.

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