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for me Ahmadi everyday is bring your child to work day an office daycare center looks after her daughter it gave her a sense of security knowing she was close by until April , a suicide bomber and gunmen belonging to Islamic state targeted her building in the Afghan capital Kabul it left a dozen people killed a hundred children and almost three thousand employees needed evacuation Mr about how it was a horrible situation children teachers and mothers was screaming and they didn't know what to do and where to escape right after the attack I phoned my mom she was praying and crying for me I was thinking what will happen if the terrorists throw hand grenades toward us well they come and cut our heads off Ahmad is one of thousands of women working a civil servants who bring their kids to daycare thousands of children are given food toys and education at subsidized rates after the two thousand and one overthrow the Taliban the day cares were successful initiative by the new government however in recent months I've got a sense seen deadly attacks by both Islamic state and reenergize Taliban both groups which son so called western practices as well as the intermingling of genders have increasingly targeted offices where women were closely with expats and man talks between the US and the Taliban to end of gonna sons war began last year but progress is slow and working women face more than militants those who want a career financial independence continue to suffer high levels of sexual and domestic violence and they see discrimination from conservative family and hardline Islamist groups I'm Marty has chosen to return to work and keep her child in daycare but she feels an easy she says some women don't bring their children in anymore others have even resigned