Portrait of an Afghan child at Roghani Refugee Camp in Chaman, a Pakistani border town. Children and young people make up a large percentage of the population at the camp. 01/12/2001. Roghani Refugee Camp, Chaman, Pakistan. UN Photo/Luke Powell. www.un.org/av/photo/
Five Pukhtun girls in Pabbi Pakistan
Five Pukhtun girls pose for a photo in front of a field. All but the youngest are wearing hijab. Photo taken on February 24, 2008 in Pabbi, Pakistan.
Pakistan: Recovering from the 2005 earthquake
Shaista, 12, goes to the temporary tent school in Mera Bakot in Pakistan-administered Kashmir. The Pakistan Red Crescent Society, in coordination with the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, is reconstructing the Girls Middle School in Mera Bakot, which will be inaugurated in 2009. Photo: Usman Ghani/International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies To find out more go to www.ifrc.org
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endilletante: “ Éternités afghanes Texte par Olivier Weber Collection Mémoire des peuples Livre, 174 pages, photographies en couleurs de Reza 2002. ”
Kalasha People, Chitral, Pakistan - Thomas L. Kelly
Kalash boys. Custom does not regulate the dress of Kalash men. They have simple adopted the Pakistani form of dress, the salwar-kamiz, a long cotton tunic worn over baggy trousers and a Chitrali cap. Chitral, Pakistan.