AWN

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AWNAnimation World Network (online publishing group)
AWNAmateur Wrestling News
AWNAvant Window Navigator (French: Front Window Navigator; Linux)
AWNAdhoc Wireless Network
AWNAfghan Women's Network
AWNAlbanian Women Network (UK)
AWNAnd What Not
AWNAfrica Water Network
AWNAutomated Weather Network
AWNAruba Wireless Networks
AWNAetna Women’s Network
AWNAutonomous Waypoint Navigation
AWNAngle White Noise
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She is also an active member of the Afghan Women's Network, has spoken before the Parliament many times, has presented at professional medical conferences, and is part of the working group tasked to establish a Medical Council in Afghanistan.
The Afghan Women's Network has appealed to the government and international community to protect women in remote areas of the country.
The Afghan Women's Network, a coalition of over 60 women's organizations, is hard at work writing a human rights report to be submitted to the United Nations.
More than 100 females, taking part in the demonstration arranged by the Afghan Women's Network (AWN), gathered in front of the Interior Ministry.
Mahbooba Seraj of the Afghan Women's Network told Killid that families abandon women who have been sexually assaulted.
Womankind provides technical and financial support to three partner organizations, including the Afghan Women's Network, the Afghan Women's Resource Centre and the Afghan Women's Educational Centre.
During a meeting with Afghan Women's Network (AWN) members at the Presidential Palace in Kabul, Karzai referred to the steps his administration had taken for women's welfare and empowerment.
The Afghan Women's Network chairperson Fatana Gilani strongly condemned the Parwan killingand said the woman was killed by the enemies of Islam and Afghanistan for their political objective.
KABUL (PAN): The Afghan Women's Network (AWN) on Monday rejected the justice minister's statement on corruption in safe houses, asking him to tender an apology for the unfounded allegation.
Finance Minister Omar Zakhilwal told participants of a workshop, arranged by the Afghan Women's Network (AWN), they were optimistic that next month's meeting would result in more international assistance to Afghanistan.
KABUL (PAN):The Afghan Women's Network (AWN) expressed concern over burning schools and poisoning students as such heinous crimes were aimed at reducing girl's morale.
KABUL (PAN): The Afghan Women's Network (AWN) expressed concern over burning schools and poisoning students as such heinous crimes were aimed at reducing girl's morale.