Rahela struggles to make ends meet street hawking


KABUL: A woman has been forced to do vending on Kabul streets due to her family’s economic hardships. She says that she has to work on the streets from morning until night to find a piece of bread for her family. 
“I come here at seven o’clock, and I take out my cart and clean it. I go far away on my way to work,” said Rahela. 
She added that she lost her husband fourteen years ago, and now she lives with her daughter in a rented house in Kabul. 
“It is usual. If someone comes and I sell one or two things…if not, there is even a day when I sell nothing; I borrow money to go home,” said Rahela.