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Special Report: Kids in Afghanistan

 

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Back to School in Afghanistan
Back to School in Afghanistan
by Sabrina Omar
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | September28,2007
Scholastic Kid Reporter Sabrina Omar interviews schoolgirls in Afghanistan, where the idea of receiving a formal education is still a new concept to most girls.
Rural Afghanistan
Rural Afghanistan
by Cassandra Nelson
Scholastic News Online | Almost four years after the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan, the rural areas of the country do not look very different. There is no electricity. There is no running water or plumbing. There are no jobs. However, there is hope for improvement.
One Brick at a Time
One Brick at a Time
by Fariba Nawa
Scholastic News Online | From the plane, Fayzabad looks beautiful, with green mountains and a white-water river dividing the new and old sections of the city. But on the ground, there is not much to see.
Afghan Kids Answer Your Questions
Afghan Kids Answer Your Questions
by Cassandra Nelson
Scholastic News Online | Reporter Cassandra Nelson collected questions submitted by readers of this site and asked children living in Afghanistan to answer them.
The Kids of Khewa
The Kids of Khewa
by Cassandra Nelson
Scholastic News Online | Describes the typical lives of children living in Khewa, Afghanistan through first-person accounts.
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