Afghanistan: Blind Chickens and Social Animals
Blind Chickens and Social Animals: Creating Spaces for Afghan Women's Narratives under the Taliban, by Anna M. Pont Retail Price: $15.00
Afghanistan: Three strikes, but not out
When Taj Mohammad graduated from Kabul University Law School 12 years ago he had a different idea of how his life would be today. A barrister by training, Mr. Mohammad lives with his wife, Nasreen, and six children in a tent provided by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR).
Voices of Courage
Before May 1992, Zejneba Sarajlic and Stana Avramovic were mere acquaintances who occasionally greeted each other while shopping or passing on the street but whose age and ethnicity kept them apart.
Afghanistan: Returning to the ruins of Dehwarian
As I approached Dehwairan there was a crowd of men gathered on a hillside. They were exhuming mass graves left behind from the Taliban, hoping to find family members that were missing after the war. Ghosts passed by riding on donkeys.
Afghanistan: Rice, roads and little bit of hope
"It is an impressive sight," enthuses Engineer Saddiq of Mercy Corps' Taloqan office.
Afghanistan: A powerful partnership in northern Afghanistan
After six months of extreme challenges and rapidly changing circumstances, Mercy Corps, The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) and World Vision International (WVI) are finishing a highly successful project in Northern Afghanistan.
Many Avenues for Mideast Peace Remain Open
An Israeli friend recently was driving me across Jerusalem on our way to Tel Aviv when he turned off into one of the western suburbs.
Lebanon: More Than a Typing Class
Through a collaborative effort between Schools Online (SOL) and Mercy Corps, twelve rural public schools in Lebanon have Internet Learning Centers and over 9360 students will be able to be trained on computer literacy and collaborative learning on the Internet
Generous action makes youth soccer team a winner
The players on the Wild Green Bananas youth soccer team in West Linn, Oregon did not receive any trophies at the end of their most recent season, but don't tell this group of boys that they aren't winners.
Afghanistan: Giving back by going back
He comes from a place called Sheen Kallay, or green village, but after fours years of drought there are only small patches of green near the southern Afghanistan hometown of Dr. Mohammad Khan Kharoti.