Educating Women in Kabul Essay

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Title: The efforts to educate the women in Kabul just aren’t enough. The women of Kabul have faced educational barriers, struggled in the work place, because of cultural and religions norms.

In the past few decades there had been in increase in women working to get an education. Women are looking for resources that they can reach, investing in a good education, not just for themselves, and for their futures. Women all around the world have always been placed at the end. Education is important for financial growth, yet, we don’t see equal educational opportunities everyone. Education is important all cross the board, some more developed countries are more educated then other. The women from developing countries like Afghanistan
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Title: The efforts to educate the women in Kabul just aren’t enough. The women of Kabul have faced educational barriers, struggled in the work place, because of cultural and religions norms.

In the past few decades there had been in increase in women working to get an education. Women are looking for resources that they can reach, investing in a good education, not just for themselves, and for their futures. Women all around the world have always been placed at the end. Education is important for financial growth, yet, we don’t see equal educational opportunities everyone. Education is important all cross the board, some more developed countries are more educated then other. The women from developing countries like Afghanistan receive little to no education. Women in less developed countries are seen as invaluable, resources don’t want to be “wasted” on them. If more women from developing countries were giving the opportunity to get educated they would be able to help themselves and their economy. When we take a closer look, only recently have we favored women in the educational gain. This is only true in more developed countries. Developing countries are barely given their human rights. There economy is suffering from the lack of opportunity we gave to women. Traditional Afghan and Islamic cultural are also barriers to the lack of opportunity women receive. The Islamic culture keeps men and women separated in the public (Dr. Jack D. Kem and LTC Frank A. Smith,
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