Love You

eye-heart-you

My eyes don’t tell you I love you?

Humaira T. introduction

Humaira T. grew up in northern Afghanistan. She speaks Dari, Russian, Uzbek and English and is married with two children. She graduated from Balkh University and has worked for several years in broadcast journalism.

Humaira T. introduction

Humaira T. grew up in northern Afghanistan on the border with Uzbekistan. She graduated from Balkh University in journalism and has worked for several years in radio and television journalism. She is married with two children. She speaks Dari, Russian, Uzbek and English.

Lonely

rainy glowing orb

When the spring rain comes falling
and the rain goes down
drop by drop on my face
I remember you.

Fitting Literacy into Our Culture

reading girl

If we want equality and we want to eliminate violence and have a stable economy, we must improve the education of women.

Hassina introduction

Hassina was born in 1967 to an educated family in Herat. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Kabul University but when the civil war intensified, emigrated to Iran where she taught Afghan children. She received a Fulbright grant to study abroad, and she now runs a large network of NGOs and civil society organizations for women in western Afghanistan. She is married with two children.

Hila introduction

Hila was born in Nangarhar province in 1995 and started school in Jalalabad, but when the war started in 2001 her family fled to Pakistan for two years. She went to public high school in Kabul and she wants to become a diplomat.

Humira introduction

Humira is from the northern province of Kunduz, a Taliban stronghold during the war. Her family left for Pakistan during the war. She believes education will solve Afghanistan’s problems. She has been teaching children since she was in sixth grade and she would like to complete her higher education degree.

Gullafroz introduction

Gullafroz was born in Daikundi province and emigrated to Pakistan with her family at age three. Her family returned to Kandahar and she was deeply affected by the poor quality of education and oppression of women. She is now a college student in Kabul and hopes to complete her higher education soon.

Peace Shouts

british patrol

I know war, I see it every day
I see it in daylight and even in dreams
it’s a red color, it’s so cheap