Spring 08 | Mission East

Spring 08


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"We had no idea, why our children were dying," explains 30-year-old Quarban Gul in this issue of the magazine. Like in so many other poor villages in Afghanistan, the 320 villagers in her village used dirty water for cooking and drinking. Their sanitation conditions were very poor and children and adults were constantly ill. Every year they had to spend a lot of money ontreatment. At worst the medicine was wasted. Sons and daughters, mothers and fathers died because nobody had told them about good hygiene.