The dirt fields surrounding Khewa are dry and dusty but full of life already at this early hour of the day. Casting long shadows on the piles of bricks surrounding them, the Afghan refugee children have started working at 6 in the morning or even before, tiny bodies crouched next to their frozen pile of wet mud. They mould it with bare hands into metal shapes weighing up to 20 kilos, then carrying and aligning them in neatly arranged rows, that makes it easier to count the total amount of bricks at the end of the day.  (image by G. Muj)
The dirt fields surrounding Khewa are dry and dusty but full of life already at this early hour of the day. Casting long shadows on the piles of bricks surrounding them, the Afghan refugee children have started working at 6 in the morning or even before, tiny bodies crouched next to their frozen pile of wet mud. They mould it with bare hands into metal shapes weighing up to 20 kilos, then carrying and aligning them in neatly arranged rows, that makes it easier to count the total amount of bricks at the end of the day.
©G. Muj
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