People in two districts of Bamyan (Waras and Yakawlang) have decided to end the exorbitant costs of weddings and dowries. As a result of many… Read More »Turning a Problem into a Public Discourse
Mohammad Arif Jafari, a 25-year-old disabled man, is a native of Bamyan province in Afghanistan who moved to Herat with his family when he was… Read More »Community Responsibilities in Empowering People with Disabilities
Offering assistance and aid in times of grief and hardship is an integral part of Afghan culture. These assistances often come in both spiritual forms… Read More »Young People Take the Initiative; Can Youth Be Trusted?
The concept of honour is very important in Afghan culture because it defines the reputation of an individual and therefore the respect that is given… Read More »The Importance of Honour in Afghan Society
Fatema and Zahra, 19, are identical twins from Mazar-e-Sharif—the largest city in northern Afghanistan. Mazar-e-Sharif is one of the most diverse city in Afghanistan with… Read More »Social Interaction Between Genders; Developing a Healthy Relationship