Provide Care for Afghanistan's Abandoned Children

by Global Roots
Vetted
Apr 6, 2012

April 2012, update

this is the location of our children
this is the location of our children's garden

The recent slaughter of Afghan children by a US soldier created a very difficult situation for our projects in Afghanistan. After a great deal of conversation, our children's garden in Baharak -- a subset of our overal "Light of Pamir" Children's Home, was given provisional approval by the local cleric of Baharak. Vegetables will be planted this week and local children -- many of them orphaned -- will finally have a safe place to learn, heal and grow. If we can make this garden a success, we can get back to work to create a children's home where all orphaned and abandoned children can live.

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Location: Portland, OR - USA
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Seattle, WA United States

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