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    Preschool Children on Women in ARZU's Program B-Roll

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    BAMYAN, AFGHANISTAN

    06.20.2012

    Video by Sgt. Rachel Badgeley 

    7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

    These children are in preschool while their mothers work for ARZU Studio Hope, a non-profit organization that provides a place for women to make carpets. The women get paid 50% of the carpets value, in addition to the cost of their labor. The women who work in this program and their children are required to attend school; they provide classes up to 4th grade. Working in this compound also gives women the opportunity to socialize with each other, maintain a small garden and keep their younger children in preschool. ARZU, which means "hope" in Dari, is an organization that believes in a holistic approach to sustainable poverty alleviation achieved through artisan-based employment that empowers women. For more information, you can visit ARZU Studio Hope website at www.arzustudiohope.org. Also available in high definition

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    VIDEO INFO

    Date Taken: 06.20.2012
    Date Posted: 07.01.2012 09:04
    Category: B-Roll
    Video ID: 148318
    VIRIN: 120620-A-LO980-005
    Filename: DOD_100432856
    Length: 00:05:37
    Location: BAMYAN, AF

    Web Views: 62
    Downloads: 3
    High-Res. Downloads: 3
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