A delegation of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation will travel to Kabul to discuss various issues with the Islamic Emirate, including lifting the ban on women's work, the organization said.
The OIC ambassador in Afghanistan stressed the need to lift the ban on women’s work and said that work for women should be provided, within the framework of Islam in the country.
According to the OIC, the process of delivering aid to the people of Afghanistan will also be discussed.
“Our representative will discuss economic progress, health, and education in his meeting with Islamic Emirate officials,” said Muhammad Saeed Al-Ayash, head of the OIC office in Kabul. He added: “Our office condemns this decision, and our office has repeatedly discussed it with Islamic Emirate officials and asked for work to be provided for women in the framework of Islam and Afghan culture,”
Meanwhile, the OIC will distribute its second humanitarian aid package for 10,000 families. this aid will be distributed in six provinces in coordination with the Afghan Red Crescent Society.
“This material weighs 62 kilograms (per package), and includes flour, rice, beans, sugar, and dates, and we are trying to increase the donations,” said Tawfiq Ahmad, head of the humanitarian aid section of the OIC.
According to the Afghan Red Crescent Society, after the Islamic Emirate takeover, more than 200,000 families have been helped in the country.
Earlier, the OIC helped with food materials for 280,000 people in five provinces, and this organization is planning to help 10,000 families with food materials in six provinces.