“The place that we live, our ground is like 20-30 folks… 5 – 6 households residing collectively,” Samar stated.
Meals and provides, he stated, are simpler to get at Ft. McCoy now that the distribution course of has been improved.
“There’s loads of enchancment that is occurred, however on the start, it was very tough, there was loads of challenges and points,” Samar stated. “However now we’re so glad.”
It’s a brand new every day life for the second, after forsaking a profitable media outlet.
“We had a powerful imaginative and prescient for our nation that Zan TV ought to play an important position within the society,” Samar stated. “Sadly, the whole lot is simply gone in a really brief minute.”
Samar began Zan TV, a tv information station for girls again in Kabul, in 2017.
His 15-year-old daughter labored as a presenter on the station, together with the opposite feminine journalists on quite a few packages on the channel.
Zan TV additionally ran a media coaching program, graduating greater than 200 girls to enter the sector.
“We all know the Taliban, they are going to by no means settle for, particularly, a TV station for the girl… this was one thing the Taliban won’t ever settle for,” Samar stated.
There have been occasional posts on Zan TV’s web site as their efforts have gone digital.
For now, Samar continues to coordinate with workers scattered all over the world as they struggle to determine what’s subsequent.
He stated the objective is to have the ability to come again in some kind with Zan TV.
“Completely, that is my imaginative and prescient… that is my hope,” Samar stated.