Supporting the Community through Art

Garden of Peace and Hope, Afghanistan

April 30 was a great day here! We had an exhibition full of participants, including young children, teenagers, adults and many artists and cultural activists. The drawing exhibition was held in the west of Kabul (Dasht-e-Barchi) at Asia Culture House (ACH). More than four artists’ works were publicly exhibited. This drawing exhibition was by female artists exhibiting women’s life in community.

The director of ACH and artists said that the Garden of Peace and Hope really brings peace and a smile to Afghans, particularly for the younger generations. Also, they added that the community needs more support, and Garden of Peace and Hope is doing a great job. It brings young people together to support and motivate them. It’s a wonderful job what GHNI is doing in our country.

GHNI Director of the Garden of Peace and Hope

*For purposes of safety and wellbeing, “Karem” is a pseudonym for the person involved in this project.