Maeva Bambuck is a Beirut-based video journalist for The Associated Press. She worked and lived in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Haiti. She covers news, politics, and the social and health issues brought on by conflict. She has contributed to Le Figaro, France 24, Al Jazeera, Voice of America and more.
Maeva worked for ABC News from 2006 to 2010 covering Europe, Africa and the Middle East. She received a United Nations Press fellowship in 2013. Maeva was born in France and educated in the United States.
This project follows one imam and his wife in Afghanistan as they train and dispense contraception to their community. How do they operate in a society plagued by poverty, cultural restrictions and limited access to healthcare?