Young Afghan women train as midwives for out-of-reach villages
A woman dresses up her child at a hospital in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Picture taken March 2, 2023. REUTERS/Amore
Aziza Rahimi, 35, who lost her son at birth, poses for a photo inside her house in Foladi Valley in Bamiyan, Amore
Snow covers the mountains surrounding Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Some villages in rugged Afghanistan come with deadmore
A trainee midwife examines a woman at a hospital in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. A trainee midwife program has been smore
People sit beside their tents in front of the ruins of a 1500-year-old Buddha statue, which was blown up by thmore
A mother holds her child as she rests in her arms, while women line up outside of a doctor's room, at a hospitmore
A trainee midwife examines a woman and her newborn baby at a hospital in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2, 2023. more
A teacher gives a lecture to trainee midwives in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2, 2023. REUTERS/Ali Khara
People sit in a waiting room at a hospital in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2, 2023. REUTERS/Ali Khara
Sakineh, who lost a grandchild at birth, stands in her house in Foladi Valley in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2more
A girl plays outside her house in Foladi Valley, Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2, 2023. REUTERS/Ali Khara
Children walk beside a donkey carrying goods in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2, 2023. REUTERS/Ali Khara
A Taliban flag waves in front of the ruins of a 1500-year-old Buddha statue, which was blown up by the Islamismore
A girl carries her belongings in a container on her head in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2, 2023. REUTERmore
A trainee midwife examines a woman in a hospital in Bamiyan, Afghanistan, March 2, 2023. REUTERS/Ali Khara
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