Tag Archives: Afghan Youth Volunteers
Nominated several times for the Nobel Peace Prize, Kelly’s idealism is backed by real action for peace in such war-torn places as Iraq, Gaza, and Afghanistan.
The vast expenditures of the U.S. government and its client here simply can’t be designated as contributions toward “security.” These funds have contributed to insecurity and danger while failing to address basic human needs. By Kathy Kelly January 6, 2014 Direct to Rise Up Times Kabul — The fire in the Chaman e Babrak camp began in Nadiai’s […]
Survival and Dignity in an Afghan Winter “From past experience of displacement, several of the women understand the misery and hardship faced by families living in abandoned lots and constructing makeshift dwellings from mud, poles, plywood, plastic sheeting and cardboard. These tents and shacks offer little protection from the bitter cold winter weather.” by Kathy Kelly […]