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The abrupt withdrawal of Western troops from Afghanistan, which resulted in the Taliban regaining control of the country after two decades, is inevitably having repercussions on the rights of women and children. TNF spoke to Nor Reza, founder of Kuala Lumpur-based NGO Roya Care Foundation, which aims to provide support and empower Afghan women refugees in Malaysia. Nor Reza with the Afghan refugees her charity supports In the last few weeks, Nor’s phone has been buzzing more often than usual. She has been receiving dozens of calls and texts from desperate Afghan women asking for nothing more than a chance to exist. Nor knows their pain all too well. As a cancer survivor and a single mother, she is fully aware of how difficult it is for a woman with no external support to secure her future and that of her children. But with the return of the Taliban and the travel restrictions triggered by the