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War leaves some 800,000 people disabled in Afghanistan

26-01-2012 by Karen Zarindast. Video was produced by BBC Persian's Ali Salimi.

Decades of war have left some 800,000 people disabled in Afghanistan. The Red Cross, has seven centres across the country helping them out. A centre in Kabul, which recruits from the disabled community - receives some 300 disabled people a day. Karen Zarindast reports. Video was produced by BBC Persian's Ali Salimi.