Clockwise from top left: Asefa, whose husband was killed in an ethnic conflict, now lives with her six children in a tent, where they weave carpets to make money. Khadijah lost her husband three years ago during a battle between the Hazara and the nomadic Kuchi tribes. She lives on a hill in a one-room house without furniture or running water. Sahar is supported by her husband’s family. Gulshan holds her youngest daughter. Image by Paula Bronstein/The Wall Street Journal. Afghanistan, 2015.