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Local Leaders Support Women & Girls to Attend School and Work Outside the Home With gradually increasing awareness of their rights under Islam gained from listening and discussing Equal Access’ groundbreaking program on human rights, women from two separate provinces across Afghanistan were inspired to enforce their basic human rights guaranteed by Islamic law.
AIRTIME Roundtable Discussions Mullah Imams, representatives from the local government, journalists, teachers, students, and other critical parties come together for roundtable discussions in order to engage citizens with their leaders.

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  “Dalit” synonymous to a low caste social group or untouchables o...
Peshawar, January 2014: Equal Access Pakistan is excited to announce the...
January 2014, Kabul: Equal Access Afghanistan (EAA), in partnership with the Canadian Government, is proud to announce a new project promoting a culture of women's rights in Afghanistan. Funded by the Canadian Government's Global Peace and Secur...
Equal Access Nepal (EAN) is the recipient of the 2013 eNGO Challenge Award South Asia, recognizing EAN as one of the top NGOs with the best information and communication technology (ICT) practices and digital media tools that benefit societies and co...
Islamabad, Pakistan. December 10, 2013: Equal Access (EA) is proud to announce the launch of activities on the USAID-funded Pakistan Reading Project (PRP). Implemented by the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and a consortium of ten local and int...
November 19, 2013: The Election Commission of Nepal released preliminary estimate...
Equal Access Nepal's Saathi Sanga Man Ka Kura (SSMK) program was recognized in UNICEF's August 2013 report on "Integrating Information and Communication Technologies into Communication for Development Strategies to Support and Empower Marginalized Ad...
Kabul August 28, 2013: Today, San Francisco-based NGO Equal Access (E...