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Citing United Nations statistics, the report indicates there were 6,252 security incidents in the most recent quarter, which began March 1, up from 5,160 incidents in the previous quarter.Historically violence has slowed a bit during winter months in Afghanistan as cold temperatures make travel more difficult in remote areas, but the number of incidents is also slightly up from the same quarter in 2016.This "cultural practice" has fronted opposition, as demonstrated in the ban of Bacha Bazi under the 1996-2001 Taliban administration, however the country is witnessing a resurfacing of the practice, notably in the southern and eastern portions of Afghanistan's rural Pashtun centre, along with the northern countryside which is home to many ethnic Tajiks.Bacha Bazi has been endorsed in Afghanistan through legislative implementations that champion gender segregation, along with the absence of an adequate rule of law, a week justice system, the integration of corruptive practices within the country's political realm, the enforcement of the practice by militias which coincides with considerable rates of illiteracy, poverty, and instability, according to different rights groups.The classified report on sexual abuse, which SIGAR recently issued to Congress, deals with how the U. military and State Department are implementing laws that prohibit the government from providing aid to another nation's security forces if there is credible information that human rights have been violated.
Bachas, sometimes dressed as women, are often sexually exploited.
And while the SIGAR report says that Afghanistan's domestic revenues are down nearly 25 percent over this time last year, the local narcotics trade is booming, now producing 80 percent of the world's opium. investment of .6 billion to counter Afghanistan's illegal drug economy, the report says figures for 2017 are expected to grow even more. chose a proprietary camouflage pattern for the Afghan uniforms, to nearly .6 million granted for producing an Afghan version of "Sesame Street," the report finds that the U. has now spent an estimated 4 billion on both war fighting and reconstruction there.