Pashto is an Eastern-Iranian language spoken by Pashtun peoples in Afghanistan and Northern Pakistan. It is also spoken by the Pashtun diaspora and there are estimated to be 40 million speakers around the world.
These are the terms and phrases used in Dari to talk about struggle and distress.
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Links to Further Resources
Links to work (e.g. academic papers) and organisations that aim to improve the health and well-being of Dari-speaking people.