Those children whom can be described as child labor from morning to night seek for any kinds of rigorous hard works. They ask the Islamic Emirate of Taliban to create jobs and education opportunity for them.
“There are 11 of us: there is 100 to 150 AFs daily income and it is not enough for our big family expenses.” Zabihullah, a child labor in Kunduz told to Raha News Agency
Some other local residents also said “insecurity, poverty, joblessness and youths` fleeing Afghanistan have caused many challenges.
The war victims` survived families need to be paid attention and helped in different fields by the current government they added
As winter is approaching, the numbers of working-on-street children are increased said Motiullah, a Kunduz resident
He asked the Islamic Emirate of Taliban to create job and education opportunities for these children.
“Some measures are under taken to improve life prosperity of different social class of people.” Mowlawi Shaker Sa`ad, the provincial deputy governor, said
There is no exact statistic of those children working on streets, but in previous government, there was more than one thousands of such children doing tough and hard jobs.