Recovering addicts in the Jangaland clinic  pray at midday. Religion is emphasized as a large part of the healing process  and recovering from their pasts. Kabul, Afghanistan.
 Men play cards during recreational time.
 Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.
 Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.
 Dr. Zabullah, who has worked at the hospital for 10 years takes the blood pressure of a patient.
 Evaz, on right, is from Baglan Province. He began doing drugs in Iran where he went to look for work and also went to Turkey where he was deported from. He has been using for 12 years, heroin as well as methanphetamines and has spent 4 months in the shelter before being allowed into the program. He has been in Jangaland for 4 days. When he leaves he hoped to return to Baglan Province and farm.
 Mohammed Anvar enters the Jangaland clinic as well.
 Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.
 Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.
 Safar Mohammed waits in the shelter below the center for a spot in the Jangaland rehabilitation center. This is his second time in the program.
 Patient Mohammed Edress  prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center
 Patients gather to say farewells to Mohammed Edress, a patient who has completed the program. Edress has spent 45 days in the clinic and looks forward to returning home and becoming a driver.
 Patient Mohammed Edress  prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center
 Several months later Mohammed Edress has returned to another rehab center in Kabul run by Médecins Sans Frontiers. After being released from Jangaland he was unable to find a job in Kabul and went to Kandahar for work. There, without his family and support he fell back into drugs. Without employment and hope for future as many as 70% of drug rehab patients relapse.
 Recovering addicts in the Jangaland clinic  pray at midday. Religion is emphasized as a large part of the healing process  and recovering from their pasts. Kabul, Afghanistan.

Recovering addicts in the Jangaland clinic pray at midday. Religion is emphasized as a large part of the healing process and recovering from their pasts. Kabul, Afghanistan.

 Men play cards during recreational time.

Men play cards during recreational time.

 Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.

Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.

 Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.

Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.

 Dr. Zabullah, who has worked at the hospital for 10 years takes the blood pressure of a patient.

Dr. Zabullah, who has worked at the hospital for 10 years takes the blood pressure of a patient.

 Evaz, on right, is from Baglan Province. He began doing drugs in Iran where he went to look for work and also went to Turkey where he was deported from. He has been using for 12 years, heroin as well as methanphetamines and has spent 4 months in the shelter before being allowed into the program. He has been in Jangaland for 4 days. When he leaves he hoped to return to Baglan Province and farm.

Evaz, on right, is from Baglan Province. He began doing drugs in Iran where he went to look for work and also went to Turkey where he was deported from. He has been using for 12 years, heroin as well as methanphetamines and has spent 4 months in the shelter before being allowed into the program. He has been in Jangaland for 4 days. When he leaves he hoped to return to Baglan Province and farm.

 Mohammed Anvar enters the Jangaland clinic as well.

Mohammed Anvar enters the Jangaland clinic as well.

 Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.

Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.

 Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.

Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.

 Safar Mohammed waits in the shelter below the center for a spot in the Jangaland rehabilitation center. This is his second time in the program.

Safar Mohammed waits in the shelter below the center for a spot in the Jangaland rehabilitation center. This is his second time in the program.

 Patient Mohammed Edress  prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center

Patient Mohammed Edress prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center

 Patients gather to say farewells to Mohammed Edress, a patient who has completed the program. Edress has spent 45 days in the clinic and looks forward to returning home and becoming a driver.

Patients gather to say farewells to Mohammed Edress, a patient who has completed the program. Edress has spent 45 days in the clinic and looks forward to returning home and becoming a driver.

 Patient Mohammed Edress  prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center

Patient Mohammed Edress prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center

 Several months later Mohammed Edress has returned to another rehab center in Kabul run by Médecins Sans Frontiers. After being released from Jangaland he was unable to find a job in Kabul and went to Kandahar for work. There, without his family and support he fell back into drugs. Without employment and hope for future as many as 70% of drug rehab patients relapse.

Several months later Mohammed Edress has returned to another rehab center in Kabul run by Médecins Sans Frontiers. After being released from Jangaland he was unable to find a job in Kabul and went to Kandahar for work. There, without his family and support he fell back into drugs. Without employment and hope for future as many as 70% of drug rehab patients relapse.

Recovering addicts in the Jangaland clinic pray at midday. Religion is emphasized as a large part of the healing process and recovering from their pasts. Kabul, Afghanistan.

Men play cards during recreational time.

Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.

Patients are instructed by Mohammed Dawood in aerobics. A strict daily routine is emphasized at the Jangaland Drug Rehab Center in Kabul Afghanistan where it is believed that the regimen of religion and exercise will help the patient recover and maintain a drug free life.

Dr. Zabullah, who has worked at the hospital for 10 years takes the blood pressure of a patient.

Evaz, on right, is from Baglan Province. He began doing drugs in Iran where he went to look for work and also went to Turkey where he was deported from. He has been using for 12 years, heroin as well as methanphetamines and has spent 4 months in the shelter before being allowed into the program. He has been in Jangaland for 4 days. When he leaves he hoped to return to Baglan Province and farm.

Mohammed Anvar enters the Jangaland clinic as well.

Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.

Abdullah Wahid enters the Jangaland rehabilitation clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan. The admittance procedure involves shaving the head as a sign of a new commitment.

Safar Mohammed waits in the shelter below the center for a spot in the Jangaland rehabilitation center. This is his second time in the program.

Patient Mohammed Edress prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center

Patients gather to say farewells to Mohammed Edress, a patient who has completed the program. Edress has spent 45 days in the clinic and looks forward to returning home and becoming a driver.

Patient Mohammed Edress prepares to leave the clinic after the 45 day term. Friends in the program improvise music and ask him to dance in celebration of completing the program at Jangaland Drug Rehab Center

Several months later Mohammed Edress has returned to another rehab center in Kabul run by Médecins Sans Frontiers. After being released from Jangaland he was unable to find a job in Kabul and went to Kandahar for work. There, without his family and support he fell back into drugs. Without employment and hope for future as many as 70% of drug rehab patients relapse.

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