Parched, and marching for peace

In early June, I am standing outside of a home in Kabul, Afghanistan, watching a large drilling machine parked on what was once a lovely garden, now a muddy patch. Soon workers arrive for another noisy, dusty day of digging for water. The well dried up a week ago. As of today, the household, home to several members of the group Afghan Peace Volunteers, has no water.

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