Children of Bamyan

By Sohaila Khaliqyar

Bamyan Province located in the central highlands of Afghanistan. Its terrain is mountainous or semi-mountainous. The province is divided into six districts, with the town of Bamyan serving as its capital.

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A young girl smile at the camera in central Bamyan while accompanying her mother in a workshop to take care of her little brother.

“My favourite subject is math. I want to become an engineer when I grow up” Rahmat, 11, from Bamyan#Afghanistan

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A young mother attend a workshop with her three months old baby girls in Bamyan Afghanistan.

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5 Years old Abdullah smile at the camera in Central Bamyan Afghanistan.

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Children walk to school in a cool morning in Central Bamyan Afghanistan.

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A child who came with her mother in a workshop in Bamyan repeatedly turning his face to see the camera while i clicking the photo from the the workshop.

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Three months old child in Bamyan Afghanistan.

More photo by me from Bamyan =>>>

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