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Kabul: Just an ordinary scene

111007_cimg1353  We often see schoolgirls, aged from five and six years old to the junior high students dressed in traditional style school uniforms, all black with a white scarf, walking on the road to the girls school nearby our Kabul office.  It is nothing special, but nevertheless, heartwarming, to see a small girl trying hard to catch up with elder students who are chatting and laughing with her friends.

I see a good future for Afghanistan by looking at this.  It is hard to imagine, but once girls were not educated in this area.  There are many schools we need to rebuild or repair damaged by the long internal war, but it is important to provide a place that all the students can study without worries.

October 11, 2007 in Afghanistan |


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