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WORST CITY - Peshawar, Pakistan

Peshawar, Pakistan

Population: Just over 2 million. All charming and most on the make.

Worst Feature: The bloated dead cow in the bazaar that was still there two weeks later.

Best Feature: Going with a nurse friend into a very luxurious brothel where we gave all the girls medicals and drank lots of giggly coffee.


Peshawar has another name that it seems almost proud of ‘the city of thieves’. This thieving goes by certain rules. For instance books stolen from a hotel book stall are usually returned once read – there is no market for them elsewhere. There is a market for guns, this is still the wild west. I never discovered it, but there is a street where, if you hand over your gun, whatever its type, an exact replica will be available in a few hours., and so will lots more exactly the same.
In the bazaar lots of tins with Russian writing which we work out contain fish or ham – captured from tanks. Men died just to fill a market stall.
 

 

 The bizarre - Peshawar, Pakistan

 
 Appetizing cow feet at Peshawar market.
 
 Local man.
 
Young girls on the streets of Peshawar

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Pakistan was born out of the partition of the Indian sub-continent in 1947 and has faced both domestic political upheavals and regional confrontations. Created to meet the demands of Indian Muslims for their own homeland, Pakistan was originally in two parts. The east wing - present-day Bangladesh - is on the Bay of Bengal bordering India and Burma and the west wing - present-day Pakistan - stretches from the Himalayas down to the Arabian Sea. The break-up of the two wings came in 1971 when the predominantly Bengali-speaking east wing seceded with help from India.

Nearly one third of the country's 140 million people live in absolute poverty. Girls face greater risks to survival, are more subject to violence and abuse, and have less access to education, proper nutrition and health services.

The charity began working in Pakistan in 1977 when the first community was built in Lahore. Today, this SOS Children's community is considered a model for modern child care in Pakistan. It has sixteen family houses and a youth house for the older children where they can take their first guided steps towards independence. Despite concerted efforts by the government, the illiteracy rate in Pakistan remains high at 60 per cent, and in 1989 an SOS School for 1500 nursery, primary and secondary school pupils was opened at Lahore. An SOS Medical Centre provides dental treatment for over 1000 patients a year from the local community.


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