A mobile library bus navigates around northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan, promoting book reading among youths and children.
The library bus has a librarian and driver on board, and is stocked with 1,800 books in Dari, Pashto and English.
The topics range from science, culture, stories, politics and history.
Since the withdrawal of the U.S.-led forces in 2021, the economic situation has further deteriorated in Afghanistan.
In the national capital of Kabul, similarly, a local organization offers free mobile library services as five colorful buses have been navigating around the city with a population of around 5 million, giving kids the chance to read, play and enjoy their childhood.
Produced by Xinhua Global Service