News about the foundation, girls' education, and women's rights in Afghanistan
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New York Times, Nicholas Kristof: "Education isn’t a panacea, and no policy in Afghanistan is a sure bet. But all in all, the evidence suggests that education can help foster a virtuous cycle that promotes stability and moderation. So instead of sending 40,000 troops more to Afghanistan, how about opening 40,000 schools?"
Center for Global Development: "Improving the health of adolescent girls in the developing world is the key to improving maternal and child health, reducing the impact of HIV, and accelerating social and economic development. Start with a Girl: A New Agenda for Global Health sheds light on the realities of girls' health and well-being in developing countries, on the links between the health of girls and the prospects for their families, and on the specific actions that will improve health prospects for millions."