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Taliban: They call on women working in health to return to work

The Taliban called all women working in her field health care to return to work, a spokesman said on Friday (27/8) as pressure on public health services increased.

The fact that many educated and educated Afghans left the country also contributed to this situation, Reuters reports.

In the immediate past, women were discouraged to go to work and in some cases ousted them from their offices, which fueled fears that the Islamist movement would take the same stance as in its previous government, before 2001, when was forbidden women working.

However, there are growing protests that the fragile health system is facing lack of staff They may have caused a 180-degree turn at the Taliban post, the International News Agency reported.

“The Ministry of Public Health of the Islamic Emirate advises all women working in the center and the provinces to come to work regularly,” the Taliban spokesman said in a statement. Zabihullah Mujahid. “They will not face any obstacles in the performance of their duties by the Islamic Emirate,” he added.

After entering Kabul on August 15, the Taliban are trying to restore basic services, while many skilled workers leave the country or remain locked in their homes, fearing retaliation from Islamists, the Reuters report concludes.

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