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Before the Taliban’s takeover, Gawhar had been preparing for university. Now she spends her days as a carpet weaver in Pakistan.
After the closure of girls’ secondary schools and then an attack on her education centre, a student says her hopes have been dashed by the Taliban’s recent university ban for women.
A doctor says that many of her new patients are schoolgirls who have lost hope.
While studying for a PhD in Pakistan, university lecturer Maihan had her income cut-off by the Taliban. Now she faces poverty in Afghanistan.
A young entrepreneur struggles to keep her business afloat amid Taliban restrictions.
Pen Path volunteer Malalai refuses to let anything get in the way of her campaigning for educational rights.
University graduate Sofia grew up hearing "tales" of the Taliban, but says she now faces the "same fate" her mother faced.
A student recalls the day the Taliban closed universities to women.
An LGBTQ activist fled Afghanistan after receiving death threats from the Taliban. Now in Iran, he faces uncertainty over his future.
The owner of a Kabul beauty salon says her business is facing increasing uncertainty.
After leaving Afghanistan, Sakhi faces new challenges in Pakistan.
Until last August, Aqlima was campaigning to get more women into cycling, but since the Taliban’s return, women are unable to participate in sports.