Students from the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) play in the Wolfensohn Atrium.
There are days when your faith in humanity is not only restored but strengthened. Today was one of those days.
On a sunny afternoon in Washington, D.C., young students from Afghanistan showed off their musical talent in an orchestral performance at the World Bank.
I was inspired and excited to see the group of musicians, aged 9 to 21, who had travelled so far from a war-torn country to perform. As someone who grew up during a decade-long civil war in Nepal, I can in some ways relate to their hard work, persistence, and determination to excel despite all odds.