In this Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, photo an Afghan street boy Abdul Qadir 14, counts his money after selling a plastic bag at the market, as part of the time he learns carpentry at the Af

 

              In this Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, photo an Afghan street boy Abdul Qadir 14, counts his money after selling a plastic bag at the market, as part of the time he learns carpentry at the Af
In this Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013, photo an Afghan street boy Abdul Qadir 14, counts his money after selling a plastic bag at the market, as part of the time he learns carpentry at the Afghanistan's Children- A New Approach (ASCHIANA) center in Kabul, Afghanistan. The impending withdrawal of U.S. and other foreign combat forces from Afghanistan means more than a loss of firepower. International aid is also on the decline because of donor fatigue and fears of deteriorating security after nearly 12 years of war. Worried about losing hard-won gains, aid organizations are racing to finish projects or find new sources of funding to provide basic services that the weak central government has been unable to deliver.(AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq)