Her daughter’s birth certificate indicates the father’s name, but not his, even though she is the mother. At first it seemed strange but then he didn’t pay much attention to it. In Afghanistan, it is common for a woman’s name not to appear anywhere in official documents. “Foreign mother” is the only thing that says the document certifying the birth of the girl. It does not include your name, or your surname, or even your nationality. Cecilia Bernal is Peruvian, but married an Afghan. What she didn’t imagine then was that when she divorced, she would have no way of proving that the girl was her daughter. Nor to take her out of the country. “I’ve been silent all these years, but I can’t keep quiet anymore.” Now more than ever she is desperate.
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