Reportage: Pakistan I: Post 9/11: Post 9/11 Pakistan

Children working as carpet weavers. Most long-term Afghan refugee families in Pakistan rely on traditional crafts and trading to survive. All family members must work, including the children, to get by. The majority of children go to school and work, however the poorest families need their children to work full time depriving them of an education.Quetta, Pakistan.Photo © J.B. Russell
Post 9/11 Pakistan, October 2001

Children working as carpet weavers. Most long-term Afghan refugee families in Pakistan rely on traditional crafts and trading to survive. All family members must work, including the children, to get by. The majority of children go to school and work, however the poorest families need their children to work full time depriving them of an education. 

Quetta, Pakistan. 

Photo © J.B. Russell