Young Afghans travel around Germany to talk about the progress in their Country
Four young Afghans traveled around Germany to talk about the progress that’s been made since 2001 and their hopes for the future of their country. Here are some moments from the Berlin part of their stay.
Jawed Nader, who leads the Afghan Land Authority, talks about the major progress in his country and the future challenges still to be faced.
Rahima Housaini, a Project Assistant with the UN, talks about the situation in Afghanistan for women, and discusses why she chose to stay in her country and work towards its successful future.
Wazir Ahmad Khorami, the deputy of the Civil Society and Human Rights Network, discusses what life was like in Afghanistan before 2001, and about some of the changes that have taken place since then.
Zubaida Akbar, a member of the Haida Group, talks about her hopes and fears for Afghanistan's future, and explains why she thinks young people have a responsibility to stay in Afghanistan and help it succeed.
May 26, 2011