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Saba Rehman Mohmand

Saba Rehman

Saba Rehman Mohmand is a photojournalist from Pakistan and right now she is only one from all FATA & Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

She is a tribal girl who studied photojournalism from National Geographic Washington DC USA. Saba did her master in Journalism and mass communication.
she is working as a freelance photojournalist for BBC Urdu and Next Lifestyle TV the USA.

“The Dark Side of Rain in Villages” Story by Saba Rehman

Description: Rain is considered to be blessings, but the condition when you are living in a bricks home in cities, but on the other hand, when you are living in a muddy home in villages, rain has the pain in our daily life, said by a villager in a native village of the Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. The rain has not any glitch, but when it is sporadic. One older man of the villages explained further that,

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“DRY MEAT and Fresh Happiness”

Mardan is the second largest city of Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa province of Pakistan. Like any other village of Pakistan, villages in Khyber Pakhtun Khuwa are as same as of Punjab or Balochistan. Where people are suffering from load shedding and have no basic facilities of life. Village homes of Pakistan commonly made of bricks, clay or mud. There is no doubt about the fact that Pakistan is the land of villages. Read more

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