"Life as a refugee is not easy, but it is better than war. My children can grow up in peace until there is no more fighting in Afghanistan. My husband doesn't have a job, and I only get 1,800 Pakistan rupees a month (just over pound;21). Humanitarian organisations help out with food, medicines, clothing and shelter."
Shapiry teaches six mornings a week. "I had just graduated from high school when the Taliban banned women from teaching and prevented girls from going to school. I wasn't allowed to go out of my house without a male relative. The first time I was free to teach was here at the refugee camp.
"We are just people who are scared for our childrenI I hope all the world will pray for real peace, so we can give them the future they deserve."
UNICEF has set up a playground which is in heavy use after classes. Two swing-sets, a teeter-totter, a basketball net, a merry-go-round and a slide are immediately over-run with laughing girls and boys. It is filled with the same laughter, horseplay, cuts and scrapes as other playgrounds around the world.