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Following the Lead of Women Affected

To assess a recent Afghan law limiting the rights of Afghan women, we must follow the lead of women in Afghanistan.

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Channeling Human Energy for International Health

We could build on existing structures, and channel additional human energy through them; they are already set up to select skilled people and match them to need.

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Backing Up Rhetoric with Funding

We need to prove our commitment to international women’s health by paying our fair share. Rhetoric means nothing if we don’t back it up with resources.

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Once the Evil Empire Is Gone

We spent an enormous amount of time and energy fighting bad policy. Suddenly, that weight has been lifted. How do we keep our momentum going in a world where we can move forward instead of just trying to avoid sliding back?

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