The Esharelife Foundation is deeply concerned about the devastating impact of Taliban rule on Afghan women and girls. Under the Taliban’s control, rights-violating policies have created significant barriers to women’s and girls’ health, education, and income opportunities. They have banned women and girls from secondary and higher education and altered curricula from focusing more on religious studies. They also dictate what women must wear, how they should travel, and even what kind of cell phones women should have. These rules are enforced through intimidation and inspections.
In light of this dire situation, the Esharelife Foundation has chosen to support the appeal of the AMAR Foundation, a charity Esharelife had supported with in the past already, to save Afghan women and girls who are under threat of death and persecution by the Taliban. The founder and Chairman of the Esharelife Foundation, Dr Maurizio Bragagni OBE, stated: “Saving the lives of Afghan women and girls is paramount, and we must act immediately.” The foundation has donated £5000 to the AMAR foundation appeal and calls on other organisations and individuals to join this initiative. “Saving lives is a duty and a noble thing that helps to live a meaningful life“, said Dr Bragagni.
The AMAR Foundation and Pilgrims Group USA have joined forces to evacuate Afghan women and girls who are under threat of death and persecution by the Taliban. These women were former judges and prosecutors in Afghanistan and were responsible for upholding and enforcing the law under the former system, and incarcerating hundreds of Taliban operatives, sex offenders, and high-profile criminals.
Esharelife Foundation urges the public to support this urgent appeal to save the lives of these brave Afghan women. Every individual can make a difference in this critical situation.