Search Results for Tag: Kabul
Educating Afghanistan’s orphans
Andeisha Farid knows how important it is for children to get an education. Born in 1983, she grew up as a refugee in Iran after her family was caught in the midst of war in Afghanistan.
Despite the odds, she managed to get an education in Pakistan. When she realized how fortunate she was, she made the decision to return to Afghanistan and set up orphanages there.
Through her organization, the Afghan Child Education and Care Organization (AFCECO), she is working to give some of the country’s estimated 1.6 million orphans a chance to succeed.
Listen to the report by Mischa Wilmers:
DateTuesday 01.10.2013 | 13:40
Afghan street artist longs to share her work
A 23-year-old Afghan graffiti artist longs to share her work at home, but she faces harsh restrictions. Instead, she sets up private exhibitions to give other women courage to be bold and colorful.
DateWednesday 07.12.2011 | 12:42