Kabul: 0:08 AM      
Tarek spent the last year in Afghanistan volunteering with the transitional government on economic development, aid coordination and state-building. He plans to devote his life to social change in the third world through international development policymaking. Currently at Stanford University, Tarek majors in Symbolic Systems, concentrating in Public Decision-Making. Through Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation, he is writing his honors thesis on Afghanistan's reconstruction.
Participants
Mariam Ghani
Tarek Ghani
Zohra Saed
Massoud Hosseini
Nassima Mustafa
Bibigol Ghani
Arian Mouj Sharifi
Soraia Ghani

Live Web Cam Feed


Site Comments

GreatU

 

Houses

 

Street

 
Pics from Kabul - August 2003
Tarek is back in Kabul for the summer, researching his thesis (on the reconstruction effort) and emailed these pictures that I'm posting on his behalf. The man on the left is our great-uncle, Dr. Ludin, one of the only members of our family who stayed in Afghanistan throughout the civil war period. (Mariam)
Posted By: tarek   August 11th, 2003 4:17 PM



childr

 
Street Children
Youth in Kabul just as winter arrives, awaiting donated clothing from the United States.
Posted By: tarek   March 29th, 2003 9:30 PM



ndf.pd

 
National Development Framework (summary)
A brief, essential introduction to the Karzai Administration's reconstruction effort. A full version is available for download from: http://www.afghanaca.org/
Posted By: tarek   March 29th, 2003 9:08 PM



Kabul:Reconstructions is an installation and public dialogue project that explores the multiple meanings and resonances of the idea of reconstruction -- as both process and metaphor -- in the context of present-day Kabul.

www.kabul-reconstructions.net is an online discussion forum, information resource, and medium for the communication of questions and answers about the reconstruction between people inside and outside the city of Kabul itself.

Site hosted by Exit Art, New York City
www.exitart.org