Restrictions on girls’s employment may price Afghan economic system $1bln: SIGAR

Particular Inspector Normal for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) citing the United Nations Improvement Programme findings mentioned that restrictions on girls’s employment may price Afghan economic system $1 billion.

“Girls made up over 20% of Afghanistan’s workforce earlier than Taliban takeover, together with hundreds employed as academics, well being professionals, journalists, media presenters, civil-society representatives, judges, prosecutors, protection attorneys and entrepreneurs,” SIGAR reported.

SIGAR added that restrictions of ladies would result in 5% drop of Afghansitan’s gross home product (GDP).

Taliban imposed restrictions on girls after their domination, the ladies who’re the breadwinner of their households are going through hardships.

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