Afghan Street Children Pick Coins Over Classes

At first, Mahtab blamed the government for the prevalence of street children in Kabul. Once she realized she could do something to help, the 16-year-old began teaching at The Borderfree Afghan Street Kids School in Kabul, which opened in 2015. Ninety-three Afghan street children attend the school run by volunteers who teach language and math literacy.

Women Cook Up Restaurants in Shaky Kabul

The capital of Afghanistan is a tough place to start and run a restaurant but a handful of foreign women are doing just that. For one, Kabul is the latest in a series of post-conflict cities where she has catered to the nomadic “U.N. crowd.”