Afganistán - País en crisis

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15 de diciembre de 2004: Reflexiones sobre los avances en favor de los niños del Afganistán
KABUL, 15 de diciembre de 2004 - El invierno ya ha caído sobre Kabul. Los rosales de los jardines han perdido las últimas flores y las enredaderas que adornan los muros de nuestras instalaciones han comenzado a hibernar. Este año, el invierno ha llegado antes de lo acostumbrado, señal de que quizá sea más largo y frío que el del año pasado.

8 October 2004: On the eve of a historic presidential election
Edward Carwardine is UNICEF’s Communication Officer in Afghanistan. The following are his personal observations on the eve of Afghanistan’s first democratic election after the fall of the Taliban.

4 September 2004: Attacks on children’s schools violate ‘zones of peace’
It has been a tragic week for children. Last Friday at the UNICEF office we watched, with growing dismay, scenes from the captured school in Beslan that filled our television screen. We realized that there would not be a happy outcome to this terrible siege.

19 June 2004: UNICEF and the Ministry of Information and Culture host a three-day workshop on “Children and the Media
A rocket was fired at a military installation in Kabul on Tuesday evening. I was hosting a small dinner to say goodbye to a colleague, and we were just listening to the sound of the crickets in the garden, when there was a heavy thud.

30 May 2004: Afghanistan after the war
There was a noticeable ‘driving’ motif to reconstruction here in Kabul in the last few weeks. Two weeks ago, the first traffic lights came back into working order at the main intersections.




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