Sultan Faizy

Sultan Faizy appears in the following:

Are Afghanistan's Schools Doing As Well As Touted?

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Under the Taliban, 1 million Afghan boys and very few girls went to school. Now, 10 million students are enrolled, 40 percent of them female. But on any given day, a much smaller number actually shows up for class. What's more, there are shortages of classrooms, books and qualified teachers.


A Simple Visa Request Vs. Afghan Bureaucracy

Sunday, July 28, 2013

When NPR's Sean Carberry needed to renew his Afghan visa he turned to producer Sultan Faizy. What followed was a more than two-week navigation of Afghanistan labyrinthine bureaucracy.


Afghanistan's Forests A Casualty Of Timber Smuggling

Monday, March 18, 2013

Over the past three decades, the U.N. says Afghanistan's forest cover has decreased by about 50 percent — to just about 2 percent of the country's land. The main reason is the illegal harvesting and trade of timber. A visit to Kunar province, near the Pakistan border, reveals that many people, from top officials down, are involved.