Here are sixteen photographs taken by Seeta in Farah Province. Click a thumbnail to see the full image and its caption, and to browse the gallery with your mouse or N (next) and P (previous) keys.
- AWWP Stories & Essays
- AWWP Poems
- Oral Stories Project
- Oral Stories Project 1: Widows (March 2013)
- Oral Stories Project 2: Education (July 2013)
- Oral Stories Project 3: Women in Business (Sept. 2013)
- Oral Stories Project 4: Love and Forgiveness (Nov. 2013)
- Oral Stories Project 5: Maternity and Childbirth in Afghanistan (July 2014)
- Oral Stories Project 6: Ramadan (July 2014)
- Oral Stories Project 7: Gender Violence (Dec. 2014)
- Oral Stories Project 8: Human Rights (Feb. 2015)
- Oral Stories Project 9: Our Daily Lives (April 2015)
- Oral Stories Project 10: Women Under Burqa Talk About Women’s Rights (Sept. 2015)
- Teenage Writers Workshop
- Justice for Farkhunda
- Provinces of Afghanistan
- 2014 Afghan Elections Project
- Campaign for Love and Forgiveness
These photos are amazing! They really show a diverse range of the community of Farah and such photos like the man in the wheelchair taking the entrance exam demonstrate the personalities of the people.
These pictures are fantastic. The fifteenth photo, with the little girl, is adorable as well! A great showing of the determination and perseverance of the people of Farah. Thank you for the insight and view, Seeta.
I love these photos! My favorites: the girls in school, the girl looking through the microscope (yes!), the man in the wheelchair, the women in the field holding a melon, and the piles of beans or seeds. Beautiful storytelling, color, composition–makes me want to go there.