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The report reviews the history of women’s rights reforms in Afghanistan, assesses donor efforts to empower women since 2001, analyzes the security situation and its impact on women, and details women’s concerns about proposed reconciliation efforts. It concludes with recommendations for policymakers.

This review examines an age-old approach to parenting recently rediscovered in Western industrialized societies and known by names such as natural parenting, attachment parenting, and instinctive parenting. Its leading principle is utmost sensitivity to the child's innate emotional and physical needs, resulting in extended breastfeeding on demand, extensive infant carrying on the caregiver's body, and cosleeping of infant and parents.

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This textbook provides an introduction to the science of biology.

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This resource provides a labelled diagram of the respiratory system and an explanation of its physiology.

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This lesson introduces cardiovascular physiology.

This paper outlines active participation strategies for university-level math classes.

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This textbook provides insight into the theory and principles of international economics.

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This reading provides a brief account of Leo Tolstoy's life and some of his works.

This reading introduces students to the Southern Ocean, also known as the Antarctic Ocean. It describes its physical features and biodiversity.

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This lesson explores Cultural Heritage.

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This resource instructs teachers on using story telling in the classroom.

This resource introduces students to reading music. It explains in an easy to understand way; clefs, time signatures, types of notes, types of rests, basic counting, symbols and shaping.

This reading explains the human circulatory system.

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This teacher training resource draws on IRC’s long-standing experience supporting conflict and disaster-affected students, teachers and communities, in addition to action research conducted by Rebecca Winthrop and Jackie Kirk in Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Afghanistan over the course of 4 years which led to the development of IRC’s Healing Classrooms approach.

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