Kochi Abad is a tiny village nestled on the side of a hill, about 12.5 miles outside of Kabul, Afghanistan. It's home to about 300 Kochi families (nomads), who were once refugees in Pakistan.
Thanks to the support from your donations, along with contributions from individuals and foundations around the world, UNHCR has been working to make life a little easier for those who return -- building a road, a well, some homes.
On a recent visit, Sher Agha, the village elder, took UNHCR around the village. Come along for the tour in the attached photos.
All photos © UNHCR / N.Bose.
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