Bamiyan, Afghanistan. A woman who carries the dishes to wash in a raceway. Life in the villages of Bamiyan is hard in many ways. One major source of hardship is the lack of safe water.
The Burqa problem is one of the backward steps after the Taliban. Yes, the full Afghan chadri covers the wearer’s entire face except for a small region about the eyes, which is covered by a concealing net or grille.
2010, Afghanistan election. The campaign period kicked off on June 23 and ran until September 16. On June 23, 2010, the full list of candidates was announced; 2,577 candidates filed to run, 405 of them women. The cycle of democracy is repeating every 4 years.
A woman prays inside one of the mosques in Mazari Sharif. During election 2010 I have been visiting Mazar Sharif to follow up the election campaign.
2009 Bandi Amir, village. A Farmer woman keeps looking after cows in Bandar Amir Bamyan. Bamyan is a remote, mountainous area in the country’s central highlands, where poverty rates are high and agriculture is the main source of livelihoods.
2011. The Bamyan province lies at the center of Hazarajat, one of many territories of which Afghanistan is made up. One of the larger minoritized peoples of Afghanistan, the Hazara a Dari-speaking live there.
Kabul City, the west of Kabul the locals who made their houses on the mountains. A lack of affordable housing has become one of the biggest social problems in Kabul, as the population of the city rises rapidly due to ever-increasing migration.
View of multistorey apartment house from the park in Third Macrorayan, neighborhood built-up by Soviet multistorey apartment houses during Soviet-Afghan military cooperation from the 1970s to 1989, Kabul, Afghanistan