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Transforming Lives

Demrasi’s repaired reservoir sits at the foot of the mountains
28 JULY 2013 | KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN
 
“We had no water for our crops, then the runoff from the mountains would flood our lands,” says Noor Mohammad, describing the predicament of his tiny village in Afghanistan’s southern province of Kandahar.
 
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
 

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Last updated: June 02, 2014

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