Faraji, head of Central Province’s women and family affairs said, “Some village girls have remained behind from standard education. The condition of village women is a lot worse than the women in urban areas. There are no recreational or entertainment facilities for women and girlsin villages. No action has been taken for women to participate in athletics and have no facilities for this.
In addition to the existing problems, women and girls in the workforce is a recognized problem and despite the fact that they are busy in their unstable work, there is no official program for them and nothing is fully organized.”
(State-run ISNA – January 25, 2015)