The mission to rescue the national Afghan girls' football team from the Taliban.
A senior Red Cross official has accused the world of turning its back on Afghanistan as its people face severe malnutrition.
BBC reporter Yalda Hakim visits Kabul to look at four key areas of concern in Afghanistan.
The BBC's John Simpson visits Bamiyan to find out out whether the Taliban really have stopped girls attending secondary school.
The BBC has spoken to female judges who have just arrived in the UK as part of a rescue mission.
In 2001, the BBC's World Affairs editor was part of the team which entered the city when the Taliban fell.
Smugglers tell the BBC the number of Afghans leaving has more than doubled since the Taliban takeover.
The Taliban have given clearance for the project, which aims to reach as many as ten million children. In the past, the Taliban have forbidden vaccination campaigns to proceed.
By John Simpson
BBC News, Bamiyan, central Afghanistan
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BBC News, Jalalabad
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