Aid Organizations Work to Improve Lives of Afghans Eighteen months after U.S. troops drove the Taliban from power in Afghanistan, the U.S. military maintains a peacekeeping presence in the country. And American civilians, including one man who has lived in Kabul for 25 years, work with international aid agencies and other non-governmental organizations to provide food, water and health care. Hear NPR's Michael Sullivan.
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Aid Organizations Work to Improve Lives of Afghans

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Aid Organizations Work to Improve Lives of Afghans

Aid Organizations Work to Improve Lives of Afghans

Aid Organizations Work to Improve Lives of Afghans

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Eighteen months after U.S. troops drove the Taliban from power in Afghanistan, the U.S. military maintains a peacekeeping presence in the country. And American civilians, including one man who has lived in Kabul for 25 years, work with international aid agencies and other non-governmental organizations to provide food, water and health care. Hear NPR's Michael Sullivan.