ChildFund Listens to Afghanistan’s Children

The International Day of Peace, observed each year on Sept. 21, is a global call for ceasefire and non-violence.

Although war wreaks havoc on the lives of all in its path, children often suffer the most. Many lose parents and caregivers. Others lose their sense of security as critical routines such as school and playtime are disrupted.

Recently ChildFund talked with children and youth in our programs in Afghanistan about their daily lives, their fears and their dreams. Here’s what they had to say:

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