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Transforming Lives

Mohammad Nazir Ayoubi invested in his auto parts business using a sharia-compliant loan
27 JULY 2013 | HERAT, AFGHANISTAN
 
This is all that I ever dreamt about, having a job. Women too can work, we are capable, we just need a chance - Maliha Nasrat
25 JULY 2013 | KABUL, AFGHANISTAN
 
Maliha Nasrat was playing in the yard at home in Kabul when she was hit by a stray bullet. The seven-year-old had become yet another casualty of the civil war that raged in Afghanistan in the 1990s.
 
Working together, volunteers enthusiastically swept their city and collected trash.
24 JULY 2013 | ZABUL, AFGHANISTAN
 
“Hashar”, which means collaboration, is a common word in Qalat in southern Afghanistan, but the city’s residents did not understand its transformative power till their first clean-up day.
 
A community meeting underway at one of the newly refurbished municipal training centers
23 JULY 2013 | HERAT, AFGHANISTAN
 
Sughra happily hard at work
22 JULY 2013 | KABUL, AFGHANISTAN
 

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Last updated: June 02, 2014

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