Friday, September 6, 2013
A mullah with his son. He has been trained on maternal health and now helps to persuade the villagers to take health care for mothers and pregnant women more seriously. Tirin Kot, Uruzgan, August 2012.AFGsavethechildren

A mullah with his son. He has been trained on maternal health and now helps to persuade the villagers to take health care for mothers and pregnant women more seriously. Tirin Kot, Uruzgan, August 2012.

AFGsavethechildren

Thursday, August 29, 2013
An Afghan family travelling on A-1 Route of the Asian Highway near the Afghan-Iranian border. April 1964.
Afghanistan
UN Photo/WT

An Afghan family travelling on A-1 Route of the Asian Highway near the Afghan-Iranian border. 

April 1964.

Afghanistan

UN Photo/WT

Monday, August 12, 2013
Wednesday, August 7, 2013


A young boy laughs in the hands of his father at a sheep and goat market as families buy what will be their Eid meal/sacrafice for tomorrow. (Kabul, Afghanistan / 7 August, 2013)












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A young boy laughs in the hands of his father at a sheep and goat market as families buy what will be their Eid meal/sacrafice for tomorrow. (Kabul, Afghanistan / 7 August, 2013)

Friday, August 2, 2013

1. ”My name is Leda, I’m married to Reza. He was hooked the moment I walked into his store to buy clothes. He asked my parents if he could marry me. Young couples usually live with the family of the groom, but because Reza’s parents have both passed away we live without family in a private house we are renting. Despite what we have experienced, we are very happy. Our daughter Reza dances every day to the sound of the imam when he sings through the speakers. She knows the words ‘mommy’, daddy’ and ‘hello’.”

2. ”My name is Fatma, when I was eight years old we fled to the Netherlands. My family still lives in Abcoude, but I moved back to Kabul permanently a year ago. Here I live with my grandmother and my niece in the flat of my family. During the week I have a busy job checking projects in the provinces. I see big differences with Kabul.“My family would like me to come back to the Netherlands, but here I feel like I can really contribute to my home country.”

Thursday, June 13, 2013
A blind man helped by his daughter. Near Jalalabad. Afghanistan. July to October 2006..jpg   

A blind man helped by his daughter. Near Jalalabad. Afghanistan. July to October 2006..jpg   

Monday, May 20, 2013

The family of Diliwar talk about his death while in US military custody at their home in the the town of Yakubi in the district of Khost, Afghanistan May 2, 2005. The 22-year-old farmer and part-time taxi driver died in December 2002 while being held in the main United States air base at Bagram, north of Kabul. His death was ruled a homicide by the Army medical examiner.

© Keith Bedford

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