Children of the Central Highlands of Afghanistan

Children were disproportionately affected by the intensifying conflict in Afghanistan. The number of child casualties verified by the United Nations has risen by 14 per cent since 2014 and reached the highest number ever recorded. (more…)

The Tragic Consequences of the Three Decades of Afghanistan Wars

“The harm inflicted by three decades of war on the people and the country of Afghanistan have been cumulative. Hard statistics are difficult to find, and many of the available data are estimates. During the decade of war following the Soviet invasion in 1979,  (more…)

Children of Crisis and Austerity

Afghanistan has been through decades of conflicts and it became one of the most dangerous places in the world for children and their mothers to live. (more…)

Happiest Moment for Afghan Children

These children are coming from the most impoverished families in western Kabul, which is predominantly dwelled by the Hazara people. (more…)

Dambura Player in Bamiyan

Kabul Traffic

Outskirts of Kabul

Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers take part in a training

 

Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers take part in a training exercise at a military base in Kabul, summer 2008.