Habiba Sarabi is Afghanistan’s only female governor. She has headed Bamiyan province since 2005, engaged in rebuilding from scratch her part of one of the world’s most murderous countries.
A qualified doctor, she left Afghanistan under the Taliban, but returned in secret to teach girls.
Today, still the target of death threats, she continues her struggle to put her country back on its feet.
euronews: “Habiba Sarabi, you are a prominent figure in Afghanistan. How does it feel to be a major female politician in a male-dominated society?”