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Afghan women and girls settle down in Canada

The Government of Canada accepts more and more vulnerable Afghan nationals, including women leaders every week. So far, Canada has admitted 8,680 Afghan refugees under the special humanitarian program. according to the Government’s new update, many Canadian organizations and institutions are offering valuable career opportunities for Afghan women and girls. The School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University has been hosting prominent Afghan journalist and human rights defender Farida Nekzad since December 2021. In addition, the Calgary Catholic Immigration Society (CCIS) has hired Sheila Qayumi who supported women networks in 20 Afghan provinces.

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