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KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - MAY 23: Afghan women pick strawberries at the Badam Bagh farm May 23, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The women make about $5 USD (3.5 euro) per day working at the 55 hectares farm that grows 22 kinds of fruits and vegetables. The Afghanistan Women's Business Council (AWBC), a non-governmental organization, allows female members to harvest and market the fruit and vegetables grown at Badam Bagh, which is a USAID-supported demonstration and research farm.

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - MAY 23: Afghan women pick strawberries at the Badam Bagh farm May 23, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The women make about $5 USD (3.5 euro) per day working at the 55 hectares farm that grows 22 kinds of fruits and vegetables. The Afghanistan Women's Business Council (AWBC), a non-governmental organization, allows female members to harvest and market the fruit and vegetables grown at Badam Bagh, which is a USAID-supported demonstration and research farm.
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - MAY 23: An Afghan woman picks strawberries at the Badam Bagh farm May 23, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The women make about $5 USD (3.5 euro) per day working at the 55 hectares farm that grows 22 kinds of fruits and vegetables. The Afghanistan Women's Business Council (AWBC), a non-governmental organization, allows female members to harvest and market the fruit and vegetables grown at Badam Bagh, which is a USAID-supported demonstration and research farm.
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - MAY 23: Afghan women harvest strawberries at the Badam Bagh farm May 23, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The women make about $5 USD (3.5 euro) per day working at the 55 hectares farm that grows 22 kinds of fruits and vegetables. The Afghanistan Women's Business Council (AWBC), a non-governmental organization, allows female members to harvest and market the fruit and vegetables grown at Badam Bagh, which is a USAID-supported demonstration and research farm.
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - MAY 23: Afghan women harvest strawberries at the Badam Bagh farm May 23, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The women make about $5 USD (3.5 euro) per day working at the 55 hectares farm that grows 22 kinds of fruits and vegetables. The Afghanistan Women's Business Council (AWBC), a non-governmental organization, allows female members to harvest and market the fruit and vegetables grown at Badam Bagh, which is a USAID-supported demonstration and research farm.KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - MAY 23: Two Afghan women carry strawberries at the Badam Bagh farm May 23, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The women make about $5 USD (3.5 euro) per day working at the 55 hectares farm that grows 22 kinds of fruits and vegetables. The Afghanistan Women's Business Council (AWBC), a non-governmental organization, allows female members to harvest and market the fruit and vegetables grown at Badam Bagh, which is a USAID-supported demonstration and research farm.
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - MAY 23: An Afghan woman carries strawberries at the Badam Bagh farm May 23, 2011, in Kabul, Afghanistan. The women make about $5 USD (3.5 euro) per day working at the 55 hectares farm that grows 22 kinds of fruits and vegetables. The Afghanistan Women's Business Council (AWBC), a non-governmental organization, allows female members to harvest and market the fruit and vegetables grown at Badam Bagh, which is a USAID-supported demonstration and research farm.



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