The Afghan Mobile Mini-Circus for Children (MMCC) held a circus performance on April 20th 2015 for the children of IDPs in Shaidaie Camp displaced from provinces near Herat due to insecurity and drought.
From Karte Sakhy to Chendawol, many Kabul homes still have no access to clean running water. For families who don't own a donkey, it often falls on the shoulders of children to source plastic containers of water
Afghan women have made huge advances in recent years as the fall of the Taliban and the Karzai years launched a more gender inclusive society. With the influx of foreign films and fashions, traditional beauty
Bamiyan Province is famous for its Buddha statues and the stunning landscapes of the Band-e Amir National Park. But the province is also home to shepherds and farmers, skilled artisans, a burgeoning civil society