The Taliban orders all NGOs in Afghanistan to forestall feminine workers from working

The Taliban-run Afghan administration on Saturday ordered all home and overseas NGOs to cease feminine workers from coming to work, in line with a letter from the Financial system Ministry, within the newest crackdown on ladies’s freedoms.

The letter, which was confirmed by Financial system Ministry spokesman Abd al-Rahman Habib, stated the feminine workers weren’t allowed to work till additional discover as a result of a few of them didn’t adhere to the administration’s interpretation of the Islamic gown code for ladies.

It was not instantly clear if the order utilized to United Nations businesses which have a big presence in Afghanistan.

It comes days after the Taliban administration ordered universities to shut in on ladies, drawing sturdy international condemnation and sparking some protests and harsh criticism inside Afghanistan.


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