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Cheryl Benard, Seth G. Jones,
Olga Oliker, Cathryn Quantic Thurston,
Brooke K. Stearns, Kristen Cordell
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Women and nation building / Cheryl Benard ... [et al.].
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1. Women in development—Afghanistan. 2. Nation-building—Afghanistan. 3. Women—Afghanistan—Economic conditions. 4. Women—Government policy. I. Benard, Cheryl, 1953–
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Police recruit Anis Gul, left, and Capt. Gul Jan, right, pose for a picture after Anis Gul signed up for police training Monday, Feb. 16, 2004 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Seven widowed Afghan women signed up for police training, which is being run by the U.S.
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