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Training Afghan women, to train their own

Women at the Kapisa Midwife Education Center learn about surgical techniques to aid in child birth. After the women graduate from the 24-month Kapisa Community Midwife Education Program they will begin work in their local villages assisting expectant mothers and providing women’s healthcare education.



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This work, Training Afghan women, to train their own [Image 3 of 3], by SSG Frank Inman, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.02.2012

Date Posted:05.21.2012 11:52

Photo ID:584282

VIRIN:120502-A-FH435-001

Resolution:2100x1095

Size:954.8 KB

Location:KAPISA PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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