If I see that my involvement is needed, it’s never a problem to put the camera down and help. We are always missing something, and a picture is never worth someone’s life.
Personal censorship is equally important: there are… read more ›
They call her "the old woman." She is one of several widows in charge of "women's needs" in an camp for thousands of displaced people on the western outskirts of Kabul.
On average Ren Bebe, 50, oversees a birth a day and is one of the only people women… read more ›
The balcony overlooks an orchard, soon to be harvested, 20 miles down a dirt road east of Kabul. From Abdul Zohar's daily view, he can see the workers change their job with the seasons. The flies don't bother him and weather is still hot, so the cement under… read more ›