ON AFGHANISTAN | Women And Children Are The Emerging Face Of Drug Addiction In Afghanistan

October 30, 2019

A growing number of women and children are becoming entangled in drugs as the country’s number of addicts aggressively grows.

See The Road Above by CSFilm Afghan trainee/filmmaker for insight on addiction in Afghanistan.

Source: NPR News, October 29, 2019, by DIAA HADID and KHWAGA GHANI: Women And Children Are The Emerging Face Of Drug Addiction In Afghanistan

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