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In this Wednesday, March 5, 2014 photo, prominent Afghan women’s rights activist Wazhma Frogh stands next to pictures of female Afghan police officers she trains, in her office in Kabul, Afghanistan. A gender and development specialist and human rights activist, Frogh says her experience characterizes the women’s rights movement in her country- after 12 years, billions of dollars and countless words emanating from the West commiserating with Afghan women, the successes are fragile, the changes superficial and vulnerable.  (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
Photo by: Anja Niedringhaus
In this Wednesday, March 5, 2014 photo, prominent Afghan women’s rights activist Wazhma Frogh stands next to pictures of female Afghan police officers she trains, in her office in Kabul, Afghanistan. A gender and development specialist and human rights activist, Frogh says her experience characterizes the women’s rights movement in her country- after 12 years, billions of dollars and countless words emanating from the West commiserating with Afghan women, the successes are fragile, the changes superficial and vulnerable. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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