|The descendants of Genghis Khan and his warriors, known as Hazaras, make up one-fifth of the population of Afghanistan. The Taliban murdered tens of thousands of Hazaras in the late 1990s, creating a large population of orphans. More than 200 of those orphans are now cared for in an orphanage outside the city of Bamiyan.|
But it appears to be a victim of discrimination. Government checks are persistently late and teacher pay is so low they have to have second jobs just to make ends meet. Will Everett reports.