As women live in Tajikistan
• How are the women of Tajikistan
Photographer Mashid Mohadzherin was eight when she and her family left Iran after the revolution. She still remembers how sad she was to leave their homes and how it was not easy to get used to life in a new country. At first she lived in Pakistan, then in Belgium and, finally, in New York. While working on another project in Moscow, she met on the market of migrant workers between the ages of 17 to 55 years. All of them come from Tajikistan, and no one had brought no wives, no children, leaving them in their native land, which is at the same time seems so strange.
Torsonmoh - chairwoman of the organization "Tirchit", which consists of 85 members, in Khorog. Members of the group generate revenue of their village, while inspiring other villages in Tajikistan.
This girl lives in the slums of the Khorog. She was the victim of a trafficker when trying to find work abroad.
This woman's husband had left Nau village eight years ago - he went to the construction of the cottage, after reading a newspaper "Residential Real Estate: Cuban cigars." The first few years he sent money to his wife and their three children, but the last two years she had not heard anything about it.
Zarif, Sahib and Golfina work in the morning, and their mother sell vegetables in the market in Nau.
The remains of military equipment - an echo of the 1992-1997 civil war, in which tens of thousands of people were killed.
Firoz operates 16 hours, seven days a week on the ground that she and her neighbors rent from the collective farm. Cotton is the second largest export product in Tajikistan.
This picture was taken in the women's garment factory. Women sew clothes here for special occasions, such as weddings and engagements. They hope that this venture will help them to keep in order the house of their husbands.
WWII veteran with her granddaughter in the village Andarro. The girl's father went to Russia before she was born and still has not returned.
Older people with nostalgia for Soviet times, when life was easier for them.
In Dashteshore great potential for hydroelectric power, but many part of the country are still without electricity and heating in winter.
Husband Latofat Andarro left his village along with other 280 men and left Tajikistan to work in Russia. According to rumors, he no longer even have a credit card. The village receives money from the mountain settlements Support program, which focuses on the development of the villages, so that you can pay for air travel of their citizens.
In the apartment in Khujand.
Young shepherd in Garm takes care of the cow - the only source of income for his family.