Publish dateSaturday 22 October 2022 - 15:24
Story Code : 260009
United Nations warning of lack of money for women
According to the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations and the Executive Director of the United Nations Women, women's support organizations in war-affected countries, especially Afghanistan, are facing a major lack of money.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) Sima Bahous; The Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations in the open discussion of the United Nations Security Council on women, peace and security warned of the lack of money for women's support institutions in war-affected countries, including Afghanistan.
Ms. Bahous said that in 2022, 77 percent of organizations supporting women's rights in Afghanistan did not receive any financial aid and therefore did not have implementation plans.
However, Lana Zaki Nosibeh; In this meeting, the United Arab Emirates ambassador to the United Nations strongly criticized the closure of schools for a number of girls in Afghanistan and praised the efforts of students and teachers to continue education through other means such as online education.
This is despite the fact that Richard Bennett, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Afghanistan, after a 12-day trip to Afghanistan, wrote in a statement on Thursday, October 20 that he advised the leaders of the Islamic Emirate to fulfill all responsibilities related to human rights in accordance with the treaties. Respect the international human rights that Afghanistan is committed to.
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