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The media have reported on Aschiana’s work and the children reached in the following articles.

Washington Post“Afghan women’s gains are at risk” by Laura Bush
November 14, 2013

New York Times“How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Start in Kabul”
February 1, 2013

New York Times“Afghan Camps Receive Winter Aid, but Officials Say It Isn’t Enough”
December 30, 2012

New York Times“Winter’s Deadly Bite Returns to Refugee Camps of Kabul”
December 29, 2012

New York Times“Long Neglected, Camps in Kabul Get a Deluge of Aid”
February 12, 2012

New York Times“In Grip of Cold, Afghan Family Buries 8th Child”
February 8, 2012

New York Times“Driven Away by a War, Now Stalked by Winter’s Cold”
February 4, 2012

Washington Post“Afghan students learn to read with folk tales”
December 11, 2011

St. Petersburg Times“Sent home after injury, an Army Reserve general still helps Afghan schoolchildren.”
January 16, 2011

New York Times“Sharp Criticism After NATO Official Portrays Kabul as Safe for Children”
November 23, 2010

BBC“Are Children Safer in Kabul than in London or New York?”
November 22, 2010

Reuters“War, corruption swell number of Afghan street kids”
September 6, 2010

OnPatrol“Helping The Children of Afghanistan”
USO magazine, Summer 2010

BBC“The harsh lives of Kabul's street children”
May 24, 2010

Unicef“Children at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS in Afghanistan”
December 1, 2008

CNN“Afghan Girl Begs for Bread, Prays for Help”
November 14, 2008

Washington Diplomat“Brits Commend Nonprofits Rebuilding Afghanistan”
March 13, 2008

Washington Times“Opening Hearts, Wallets”
June 1, 2007

Washington Times“Go Fly a Kite”
May 30, 2006

Newsday“A Bitter Lesson in Capitalism: For Kabul street urchins, an overcrowded school is their only hope. Now that is disappearing too.” June 19, 2005