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They pursue the struggle by other means: IEDs and rifle fire from ambush positions; intimidating government officials with assassinations; and "night letters" warning them of the risk of working with foreigners, just as the mujahideen did when Soviet troops were in Helmand 30 years ago. The latest resistance pinprick seems to be the stoning of Afghan government and foreign vehicles. One day I sat in on an hour-long "Pashtu for Beginners" class for British troops. Offering language tips is an intelligent move and attendance was impressive. On a blisteringly hot afternoon almost 15 young men turned up, perhaps aided by the fact that their instructor, a fellow soldier in combat fatigues, was a pretty blonde.

After we had rehearsed several standard phrases — How are you? The school also teaches boys up to the age of Dozens were racing round as our armoured convoy parked under the playground's only trees beyond a sign saying that USAID had helped to rebuild the school. Twenty minutes into my interview with the deputy head, a security guard came in and warned us that we might have to leave soon. Boys were starting to stone the land cruisers. He rushed back five minutes later and ordered us to don our helmets and run to the cars, which the guards had managed to move closer to the building. We beat a hasty retreat while the kids carried on stoning as the convoy moved off.

The stoning may have been spontaneous, but a source told us the widespread scale of it was new and appeared to be a tactic organised by the Taliban. On the local radio stations that they have set up, the British and Americans put out messages urging Afghans not to let their children help the Taliban. Most Helmandis live in the province's fertile central area along the Helmand river and the adjacent irrigation canals. Expatriates call it the "green zone" because of the stark contrast with the khaki desert. But the name is also a reminder of Baghdad's Green Zone, where many of them did earlier service.

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Sean Smith for the Guardian Progress is substantial but what happens when girls leave school? Where are the jobs, and what are British and US aid programmes doing to encourage female employment? Are they taking steps to deal with some of the grim justice issues that women raised in the DFID-sponsored survey? Women complained of domestic violence, multiple marriages, honour killing and the archaic practice known as bad, under which young girls are given to other families in exchange for unpaid debts or as compensation if someone from the other family has been killed.

PRT officials arranged for us to see a group of women in Lashkar Gah. We meet in the Department of Women's Affairs, the only neutral venue they consider safe. About a dozen turn up. Their overriding concern is jobs: At the girls' high school, Rahela Safi, the deputy headteacher, said almost 10, girls were enrolled. They study for only two or three hours a day because teachers have to do three shifts. Some girls are in their early 20s, having missed out during the Taliban period. But though they study subjects from maths to biology and computer sciences, most end up — if they find a job at all — teaching the next generation of girls. The provincial education department in Lashkar Gah has 70 employees.

Money is being allocated to set up a women's education unit, which will be staffed by women, though again it will only be women working with and for women. The PRT itself employs no women interpreters. When I raised this, a female British civilian adviser suggested the question was culturally insensitive since it assumed there were women available who had language skills and permission from their families to work alongside men. To which one reply might be that the PRT could get the facts by advertising on the radio in Kabul or Lashkar Gah and seeing what response they receive.

The provincial council in Lashkar Gah has three women, but only one of Helmand's district community councils, selected by local elders under UK and US supervision and financed by the US and the UK, has women representatives. Washington and London seem happy to try to alter Afghan culture when it comes to the economy, but when that culture undermines women's rights, there is less energy. You have to strike a careful balance. First of all, it must be said it has come very late. But why wasn't this done in the spring of as soon as the Taliban were toppled? Remember Blair's boast that Britain would not walk away from Afghanistan? In the wake of Bush's rush to topple Saddam Hussein, he promptly did.

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