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'I Felt Humiliated': Afghan Moms Fight To Get Names On Kids' ID Cards


'I Felt Humiliated': Afghan Moms Fight To Get Names On Kids' ID Cards
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Afghan mothers are waging a battle to get their names on their children's national ID cards. Despite giving birth, they are not recognized as legal guardians of their own children. As part of a campaign called "Where Is My Name," female lawmakers and activists are challenging Afghanistan's staunchly patriarchal society where only the father's and grandfather's names appear on national IDs.

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