KABUL, AFGHANISTAN – FEBRUARY 28: An Afghan boy cleans a car to help make money for his family after attending class at the Asciana school February 28, 2008 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Aschiana schools assist thousands of children whose parents cannot afford to send them to regular public schools. There are currently eight Aschiana schools located around Kabul attending to approximately 10,000 needy students, the majority of them are girls ranging from ages seven to 17. Coming from poor households most of the children are forced to work after school, cleaning cars, polishing shoes, or collecting garbage. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

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