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Sima discusses Afghan Rehabilitation Plan with Attiya Inayatullah

Islamabad, April 1, 2002. The First Vice Chairperson of Afghanistan’s Interim Government and Minister for Women’s Affairs Dr. Sima Samar held a consultative meeting with Minister for women Development, Social Welfare and special Education Dr. Attiya Inayatullah and Deputy Chairman Planning Mr. Shahid Amjad, here today.
In the meeting which remained very fruitful Dr. Sima Samar briefed participants about the Afghan Interim Government’s Plan of Action for Rehabilitation of Women and Children and identified the areas where collaboration from Pakistan would help in rehabilitation of the vulnerable groups in Afghanistan.
In response to the areas identified by Dr. sima Samar Dr. Attiya Inayatullah said that Pakistan certainly looked forward to assisting Afghanistan on multi dimensional issues particularly with a focus on the rehabilitation of women, girls and children who were the worst sufferers during the long drawn conflict of last many years. Welcoming Dr. Smar’s interest in fostering collaboration in the fields of education, health and employment opportunities for women Dr. Attiya Inayatullah informed her that in Pakistan M/O Women Development also attached priority to these areas and Pakistan would be available to develop programmes and activities which would directly benefit afghan women in need.
Dr. Sima Samar informed that resuming women’s education was among the top most priorities of the Afghan Interim Government, besides creating viable system of providing medical care and employment opportunities. Dr. Attiya Inayatullah pointed out that in the field of education Allama Iqbal Open University and Virtual University would be effective in imparting distant education and as it was not difficult to find experts of Pushto and Persian languages, customized educational programmes could be developed to meet the needs of Afghan people. She further added that refresher courses and training of trainers could also be conducted for the re-entry of those women into teaching profession who were teachers before but were denied to perform their professional duties during Talaban regime. Dr. Attiya Inayatullah further said training of medical and para medical staff could also be catered for by the Pakistani institutions. Similarly in the field of vocational training and skill development also Pakistan had a potential to offer meaningful assistance.

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