Kabul is a city of hustle and bustle. There are few paved roads and no traffic lanes, intersections or traffic lights. Livestock including sheep, goats and camels weave in and out of traffic consisting mostly of old Toyota Corolla Sedans converted to taxicabs while young men in jeans talk on cell phones. It is a cacophony of traditional and modernity.
Organization for Mine Clearance and Afghan Rehabilitation (OMAR) De miners search for land-mines on the outskirts of Kabul.
IFRC technician creates a prosthesis at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) rehabilitation center in Kabul.
During the five year period from 1996-2001, that the Taliban were in power, girls in Afghanistan were not allowed to attend school. Following the fall of the Taliban in 2001, girls resumed their education.
Students study three languages at the Afghans4Tomorrow schools; Dari, Pashto and English, as well as, the "Quran" the Holy Book of Islam which is written in Arabic.