Reportage: Pakistan II: Heroin: Heroin in Pakistan

Recovering drug addicts at the Milo Shaheed Trust. The center assists addicts to become clean and with follow up therapy, however the addicts or their families must pay a fee of Rs. 2750 ($45) per month to cover food and medicines. This sum makes the program beyond the means of many of the worst drug addiction cases.Quetta, Pakistan.Photo © J.B. Russell
Heroin in Pakistan, October 2001

Recovering drug addicts at the Milo Shaheed Trust. The center assists addicts to become clean and with follow up therapy, however the addicts or their families must pay a fee of Rs. 2750 ($45) per month to cover food and medicines. This sum makes the program beyond the means of many of the worst drug addiction cases. 

Quetta, Pakistan. 

Photo © J.B. Russell