Afghan children and how music transforms their lives.

Watch the film below: it is uplifting, poignant, warm, beautiful, and full of hope. The Afghan National Institute of Music “offers hope to some of the country’s most deprived children; those snatching a meagre income from working on the streets who find – through music – a way to transform their lives”.

About Barbara Dillon Hillas

Mother of global nomads; wife of diplomat; peripatetic lawyer; annotator of foreign service life, rule of law, culture, travel, & whatever strikes my fancy.
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