• Fawzia Arian visit to a furniture store in Kabul

    published: 11 Jan 2015
  • Kabul New York Furniture | One Minute | TV Commercial | 2015 SMedia Pro

    Client | Kabul New York Furniture Duration | One Minute Remark | Dari Format | .mp4 Codec | H.264 Resolution | 1080p Color Depth | 16 bit Lens | 35 mm Canon Lens | Fish Eye lens & Wide Angle Lens 15 mm Lens Color Mood | Cool with Bit Of warm (5600 kelvin) Copyright © 2015 SMedia Pro Kabul Afghanistan SMedia Pro Think Different ! 0795 763 509 | 0794 440 400 | smediapro1@gmail.com Caution ! All Material (Image , Video , Audio) is property of SMedia Production Company and (Think Different) is a Registered Trade mark of SMedia .

    published: 18 Feb 2015
  • Kabul NewyarkFurniture 35 Sec TV Commercial 06 April 2013

    Client: Kabul Newyark Furniture TV Commercial Run Time: 35 Sec TVC Date: 6 April 2013 Produced By: Pamir Production info@pamirproduction.com www.pamirproduction.com 0093 781 737 737

    published: 05 Oct 2013
  • Afghan ladies visiting first lady in kabul April 2

    This video was uploaded from an Android phone.

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • Saman.furniture

    Kabul heavy rain

    published: 12 Mar 2016
  • Sutara Arian Trip to Karte 3

    Sutara Arian Trip to Karte 3 Kabul

    published: 22 Dec 2014
  • Women of Hazaras and modren Afghanistan

    Fatema Akbari a brave woman of Hazara people: In a gloomy tent in a grimy Kabul backstreet, Nos, a well-dressed mother of four is feeding planks of wood into an industrial saw. She pauses often to push her hijab out of the way and wipe the dust from her eyes. Around her, other Afghan women are sawing, sanding and polishing furniture, toys and ornaments which may just earn them about US$4 a month to help support their families. This is no sweat shop, but a commercial enterprise set up to teach women in the capital a "man's job". Fatema Akbari, is the driving force behind it; an Afghan widow who was forced to find work on Iranian construction sites when her husband died 12 years ago. She returned to her home country to pass on the carpentry skills she learned to other fellow female vi...

    published: 22 Apr 2011
  • Second-Hand Shops Mushroom In Kabul City

    Second-Hand Shops Mushroom In Kabul City افزایش فروش ابرازهای خانه از بهر رفتن به اروپا در شهر کابل Subscribe for exclusive Afghanistan Dari and Pashto news bulletin, breaking news, current affairs programs, documentaries, political commentary, debates and more! برای تماشای سرویس های خبری دری و پشتو، گزارش های تازه، جریانات سیاسی روز، مستند ها، تحلیل های سیاسی و بحث های گوناگون با ما بپیوندید http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TOLOnewsLive --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | Official YouTube Channel | http://www.youtube.com/TOLOnews | Official Google +| https://www.google.com/+TOLOnews | Official Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/TOLOnews | Official Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/TOLOnews | Official Instagram | https...

    published: 10 Apr 2016
  • Street Angels: a child’s view of Kabul

    There are an estimated six million children working part or full time on the streets of Afghanistan. A photography project run by the French Institute in Kabul which gave cameras to some of these children, shows us a unique perspective on their lives.

    published: 16 Oct 2014
  • Kabul Bazaar

    Kabul Bazaar Halal Meat & Grocery Promo Written & Directed by Daud Ahmadi A production of Creative Vision Studios www.creativevision.tv

    published: 02 Apr 2012
  • Super Kabul Supermarket

    Super Kabul Supermarket 1255 Markham Road, Toronto, Canada Promo by Daud Ahmadi 647-885-7969

    published: 30 Jul 2012
  • Balkh Dairy - Afghanistan

    The Balkh Dairy is a business that ties together four milk-producing cooperatives. This factory received funding from USAID in 2007. Now they operate 10 milk collection sites and 120 shops in and around Mazar City.

    published: 12 Jun 2014
  • Afghanistan on the hippie trail in the 1960s &70s - A lost paradise. With English subtitles

    This 2016 documentary shows us an Afghanistan back in time that might never return: a safe and beautiful place for travellers. What seems unthinkable today: Places in Afghanistan like Kabul, Herat, Kandahar, Band-e Amir or Bamiyan were dream destinations for travellers on the so-called ´hippie trail´ in the 1960s and 1970s. With lots of original footage, we see how enchanted Westerners felt in a country that was hospitable, relaxed and landscapes. With lots of film material from those days, we can understand how breathtaking this country once was. Many different travellers tell us about their experiences, starting with Tony and Maureen Wheeler, founders of famous traveller´s bible ´Lonely Planet´, singer Donovan who searched enlightenment in the East, or a former leftist terrorist from Ger...

    published: 20 Dec 2016
  • Kabul City Of AfghanistaN 2017

    In the old part of Kabul city you will find the bird market - an almost magical place worth escaping to from time to time.

    published: 13 Jun 2017
  • Taliban gunmen hide guns in socks before attacking luxury Kabul hotel

    Four foreigners were among the nine victims of an attack at a luxury hotel in Afghanistan's capital on Thursday evening (March 20), according to a BBC report. The Afghan government, has blamed the Kabul attack on Pakistan's ceasefire with the Taliban, saying it has enabled the militants to focus their attention on Afghanistan. The four gunmen who carried out the attack, all reportedly aged under 18, were killed by Afghan security forces. The militants arrived at the Serena hotel at around 6 p.m. with guns hidden in their socks. They went through security checks claiming to be diners at the hotel's special buffet, according to an AFP report. Once inside the hotel, they hid in one of the bathrooms for around three hours. At 9 p.m. they entered the hotel's restaurant and opened fire on ...

    published: 21 Mar 2014
  • Afghan Handicrafts

    Afghan Handicrafts . . . . . . Handicrafts Afghanistan,Kabul,Buchara,Kilim,Nooristan ... www.kabul-art.com/engindex.html Large and varied selection of antique and semi-antique oriental and nomadic rugs,Kilims (kilims Cushion and Chairs),Testiles,Jewellery,old and new pottry, ... Handicrafts - Hotel Silkroad Bamiyan Handicrafts Afghanistan www.silkroadbamiyan.com/project/index.html Silkroad Bamiyan handicrafts is founded in 2010. ... Teddy bear dressed in costumes of Afghanistan is called Bamiyan Peace Bear and is the most popular ... Handicrafts and Shopping | The Embassy of Afghanistan ... www.embassyofafghanistan.org/page/handicrafts-and-shopping Afghanistan offers the visitor a rich selection of handicrafts. Luxurious Afghan carpets, karakul coats, fur overcoats, embroidered material, c...

    published: 23 Dec 2014
Fawzia Arian visit to a furniture store in Kabul

Fawzia Arian visit to a furniture store in Kabul

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Kabul New York Furniture | One Minute | TV Commercial | 2015 SMedia Pro

Kabul New York Furniture | One Minute | TV Commercial | 2015 SMedia Pro

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Client | Kabul New York Furniture Duration | One Minute Remark | Dari Format | .mp4 Codec | H.264 Resolution | 1080p Color Depth | 16 bit Lens | 35 mm Canon Lens | Fish Eye lens & Wide Angle Lens 15 mm Lens Color Mood | Cool with Bit Of warm (5600 kelvin) Copyright © 2015 SMedia Pro Kabul Afghanistan SMedia Pro Think Different ! 0795 763 509 | 0794 440 400 | smediapro1@gmail.com Caution ! All Material (Image , Video , Audio) is property of SMedia Production Company and (Think Different) is a Registered Trade mark of SMedia .
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Kabul NewyarkFurniture 35 Sec TV Commercial 06 April 2013

Kabul NewyarkFurniture 35 Sec TV Commercial 06 April 2013

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Client: Kabul Newyark Furniture TV Commercial Run Time: 35 Sec TVC Date: 6 April 2013 Produced By: Pamir Production info@pamirproduction.com www.pamirproduction.com 0093 781 737 737
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Afghan ladies visiting first lady in kabul April 2

Afghan ladies visiting first lady in kabul April 2

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  • Updated: 06 Sep 2016
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This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
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Saman.furniture

Saman.furniture

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Kabul heavy rain
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Sutara Arian Trip to Karte 3

Sutara Arian Trip to Karte 3

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2014
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Sutara Arian Trip to Karte 3 Kabul
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Women of Hazaras and modren Afghanistan

Women of Hazaras and modren Afghanistan

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2011
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Fatema Akbari a brave woman of Hazara people: In a gloomy tent in a grimy Kabul backstreet, Nos, a well-dressed mother of four is feeding planks of wood into an industrial saw. She pauses often to push her hijab out of the way and wipe the dust from her eyes. Around her, other Afghan women are sawing, sanding and polishing furniture, toys and ornaments which may just earn them about US$4 a month to help support their families. This is no sweat shop, but a commercial enterprise set up to teach women in the capital a "man's job". Fatema Akbari, is the driving force behind it; an Afghan widow who was forced to find work on Iranian construction sites when her husband died 12 years ago. She returned to her home country to pass on the carpentry skills she learned to other fellow female victims of three decades of Afghan war. The dozen or so women both inside and outside the snow-covered canvas tent, which serves as the only shelter against a freezing Kabul winter, say they feel privileged to be learning a trade. "We really enjoy this work," Salima says enthusiastically as she and a colleague stand up to their ankles in thick mud, tracing intricate designs in pencil on a length of wood headed for Nos' saw mill. "It is interesting and it gives us a salary. I can send my five children to school and one day they will be able to support me," she says. Salima's husband lost a leg and a hand in battle and can no longer work so the weight of financial responsibility is solely on her. She shrugs as she explains her situation, as if it isn't of any great import. She knows those working alongside her have equally difficult challenges to overcome. In Afghanistan life is hard. Another Fatema, sanding a chair across from Salima and dressed in black from head to foot, is trying to earn money to pay off the loan sharks she was forced to borrow from when her husband was killed by the Taliban. "We didn't have anything in the house so he had to go out," she explains. "He was walking down the street when the Taliban fired rockets at civilians. He was blown up. His body lay in the street for three days afterwards because it wasn't safe to go to get it." Fatema was left on her own with four children to feed and no help from anyone else. In Afghanistan it is common for widows to be cast out to fend for themselves when their husbands die. Many end up begging on the streets. Fatema packed up the family home in Bamiyan and moved to Kabul. "I don't know how we survived," she says. When asked what her children think about her becoming a carpenter, she says they don't think about it at all: "They only worry about getting enough food to eat each day." The carpentry school is a lifeline to women like Fatema. They walk for up to two hours a day each way to get there, but without any guarantees of money at the end of the month. "If we sell a table or a toy they give us money, but if we don't sell anything we don't earn anything," says another woman. It is up to the workers, backed by the carpentry school's founder to make the business contacts to sell their produce. Their skills are becoming renowned and traders now beat a path to the cramped compound to buy their wares. 45 year-old Fatema Akbari travels at home and abroad to highlight her venture and seek both clients and capital. In Kabul she attends female business luncheons to make contacts. "We suffer from a lack of materials," she explains while surrounded by dozens of other Afghan women steadily making their mark on the capital's business scene. "We can only put so much money back into the business because the workers have to have enough to live on, so we can't often buy the things we need to make the goods," she says. "I have even thought about sending them out into the streets of Kabul to find materials we could recycle." There may be a shortage of materials but there is no shortage of prospective students. "We don't turn anyone away," says Fatema Akbari. "We are here to help the poorest people." Because the women certainly can't afford childcare while they are at work, there is a one-room school house within the compound too. "We have so many children now, they have to come in two sittings, " laughs Fatema. "Some come in the morning and some in the afternoon." Some of the children move across the yard to learn carpentry too. For 13 year-old Hortena it is the perfect holiday job: "I come here because I want to learn something, not for the money," she says, as she diligently sands table legs. However, several of her school friends insist carpentry is not for them. "I don't want to learn it," says one ten year-old boy. "I am going to be a doctor." "Me too," says his friend. One girl of the same age shyly admits her ambition is to be an airline pilot. "This is just the start of my work," says Fatema Akbari. "I want to work in 34 provinces of Afghanistan. We have five locations so far, even
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Second-Hand Shops Mushroom In Kabul City

Second-Hand Shops Mushroom In Kabul City

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  • Updated: 10 Apr 2016
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Second-Hand Shops Mushroom In Kabul City افزایش فروش ابرازهای خانه از بهر رفتن به اروپا در شهر کابل Subscribe for exclusive Afghanistan Dari and Pashto news bulletin, breaking news, current affairs programs, documentaries, political commentary, debates and more! برای تماشای سرویس های خبری دری و پشتو، گزارش های تازه، جریانات سیاسی روز، مستند ها، تحلیل های سیاسی و بحث های گوناگون با ما بپیوندید http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TOLOnewsLive --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | Official YouTube Channel | http://www.youtube.com/TOLOnews | Official Google +| https://www.google.com/+TOLOnews | Official Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/TOLOnews | Official Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/TOLOnews | Official Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/TOLOnewsOfficial/ | Official Website | http://www.TOLOnews.com/ Watch TOLOnews on Yahsat / طلوع نیوز را در یاهست تماشا کنید: http://www.tolonews.com/en/watch-tolonews/7893-watchtolonews #TOLOnews | #news | #Afghanistan #طلوع نیوز| #گزارش | #افغانستان ********************************************************************************************* TOLOnews was launched in 2010,it is the country’s first and only 24-hour news channel that reaches a potential viewing audience of 120 million. TOLOnews offers a variety of local and international news, current affairs programs, regular news bulletins,documentaries, political commentary,investigative reports, debates, and in-depth interviews. شبکه خبری طلوع نیوز در سال 2010 ایجاد شد، این شبکه نخستین و یگانه شبکه خبری ای است که به گونه 24 ساعته برای 120 ملیون مخاطب نشرات دارد. طلوع نیوز شما را در جریان تازه ترین گزارش هایی از افغانستان، منطقه و جهان می گذارد. در کنار آن طلوع نیوز با پرداختن به جریانات سیاسی روز، از طریق سرویس های خبری، مستندها، تحلیل های سیاسی، گزارش های تحقیقی و گفتگوها سطح اطلاعات شما را بالا می برد.
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Street Angels: a child’s view of Kabul

Street Angels: a child’s view of Kabul

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  • Updated: 16 Oct 2014
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There are an estimated six million children working part or full time on the streets of Afghanistan. A photography project run by the French Institute in Kabul which gave cameras to some of these children, shows us a unique perspective on their lives.
https://wn.com/Street_Angels_A_Child’S_View_Of_Kabul
Kabul Bazaar

Kabul Bazaar

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  • Updated: 02 Apr 2012
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Kabul Bazaar Halal Meat & Grocery Promo Written & Directed by Daud Ahmadi A production of Creative Vision Studios www.creativevision.tv
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Super Kabul Supermarket

Super Kabul Supermarket

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Balkh Dairy - Afghanistan

Balkh Dairy - Afghanistan

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  • Updated: 12 Jun 2014
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The Balkh Dairy is a business that ties together four milk-producing cooperatives. This factory received funding from USAID in 2007. Now they operate 10 milk collection sites and 120 shops in and around Mazar City.
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Afghanistan on the hippie trail in the 1960s &70s - A lost paradise. With English subtitles

Afghanistan on the hippie trail in the 1960s &70s - A lost paradise. With English subtitles

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  • Updated: 20 Dec 2016
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This 2016 documentary shows us an Afghanistan back in time that might never return: a safe and beautiful place for travellers. What seems unthinkable today: Places in Afghanistan like Kabul, Herat, Kandahar, Band-e Amir or Bamiyan were dream destinations for travellers on the so-called ´hippie trail´ in the 1960s and 1970s. With lots of original footage, we see how enchanted Westerners felt in a country that was hospitable, relaxed and landscapes. With lots of film material from those days, we can understand how breathtaking this country once was. Many different travellers tell us about their experiences, starting with Tony and Maureen Wheeler, founders of famous traveller´s bible ´Lonely Planet´, singer Donovan who searched enlightenment in the East, or a former leftist terrorist from Germany who became all peaceful in a country that is torn by wars today. Drugs unfortunately were another reason why people loved to stay in Afghanistan, but in these days, even science wasn´t fully aware yet how dangerous some drugs could be, like LSD. No wonder that there are numerous tombstones of young Western travellers in places like Kabul. (Please note that I absolutely don´t want to propagate any use of drugs. It was unfortunately a part of the youth movement in the 1960s and 1970s and as we know today, took too many lives of young people who only wanted to experience freedom.) Istanbul / Turkey is also shown as a stop-over of the hippie trail. What an amazing route, from Western Europe into Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan on to India, Nepal and finally reaching far-eastern countries like Thailand. Travelling was easy, cheap and safe. Entering Afghanistan became impossible after the military coup in 1978, and that was the end of the hippie trail. Will peace and safety ever come back to this region? No copyright infringe intended. I do not own anything in the video, everything belongs to its respective owners.
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Kabul City Of AfghanistaN 2017

Kabul City Of AfghanistaN 2017

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  • Updated: 13 Jun 2017
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In the old part of Kabul city you will find the bird market - an almost magical place worth escaping to from time to time.
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Taliban gunmen hide guns in socks before attacking luxury Kabul hotel

Taliban gunmen hide guns in socks before attacking luxury Kabul hotel

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  • Updated: 21 Mar 2014
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Four foreigners were among the nine victims of an attack at a luxury hotel in Afghanistan's capital on Thursday evening (March 20), according to a BBC report. The Afghan government, has blamed the Kabul attack on Pakistan's ceasefire with the Taliban, saying it has enabled the militants to focus their attention on Afghanistan. The four gunmen who carried out the attack, all reportedly aged under 18, were killed by Afghan security forces. The militants arrived at the Serena hotel at around 6 p.m. with guns hidden in their socks. They went through security checks claiming to be diners at the hotel's special buffet, according to an AFP report. Once inside the hotel, they hid in one of the bathrooms for around three hours. At 9 p.m. they entered the hotel's restaurant and opened fire on guests and hotel personnel. Outside the hotel, the Afghan Crisis Response Unit quickly put up a heavy cordon and once inside engaged in a more than an hour-long battle which ended with in the deaths of all four attackers. Terrified guests fled the restaurant, hid in their rooms or found shelter in safety bunkers around the complex, the New York Times reported. Jane Ferguson, an Al Jazeera television journalist staying at the hotel, said on Twitter that she "just got out of Serena hotel safe. Horrible few hours with furniture against my door." The foreign nationals killed were from Canada, India, New Zealand and Pakistan, according to Reuters. Four women, three men and two children were killed in the attack. Six others were wounded in the shootings, Deputy Interior Minister General Mohammad Ayub Salangi was quoted by the BBC as saying. An Afghan MP, Habib Afghan, was shot in the face, stomach and leg and is now recovering in a hospital. The Taliban has since claimed responsibility for the attack. The hotel lies in the centre of Kabul, less than 1 kilometer from the presidential palace. A popular destination for wealthy visitors in Kabul, it has been one of the most frequent targets of the Taliban, and it has been successfully attacked several times before, the BBC reported.
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Afghan Handicrafts

Afghan Handicrafts

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  • Updated: 23 Dec 2014
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Afghan Handicrafts . . . . . . Handicrafts Afghanistan,Kabul,Buchara,Kilim,Nooristan ... www.kabul-art.com/engindex.html Large and varied selection of antique and semi-antique oriental and nomadic rugs,Kilims (kilims Cushion and Chairs),Testiles,Jewellery,old and new pottry, ... Handicrafts - Hotel Silkroad Bamiyan Handicrafts Afghanistan www.silkroadbamiyan.com/project/index.html Silkroad Bamiyan handicrafts is founded in 2010. ... Teddy bear dressed in costumes of Afghanistan is called Bamiyan Peace Bear and is the most popular ... Handicrafts and Shopping | The Embassy of Afghanistan ... www.embassyofafghanistan.org/page/handicrafts-and-shopping Afghanistan offers the visitor a rich selection of handicrafts. Luxurious Afghan carpets, karakul coats, fur overcoats, embroidered material, caps, and hand-woven ... Afghan handicrafts | - Afghanistan-Consult afghanistan-consult.com/?page_id=249 Handicrafts is the best artistic expression of the Afghan people, particulary the Afghan women. Afghanistan hand weaving and fine carpet design is famous ... Afghan Women Handicrafts - Sabera Daqiq | AMENDS ... Video for Afghan Handicrafts► 6:51► 6:51 www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH_GX1l8p-c Aug 19, 2013 - Uploaded by Stanford AMENDS April 17, 2013 - Sabera Daqiq (Kabul, Afghanistan) co-founded the Afghan Women Handicraft (AWH ... Ganjina Afghanistan - About | Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ganjinakabul/info To provide Afghan artisans particularly women, with an income and to promote Afghan handicrafts and Afghan handicraft businesses through cooperation in ... Afghan handicrafts decorate the hotel public spaces ... www.tripadvisor.in › Asia › Afghanistan › Kabul Province › Kabul Kabul, Kabul Province Picture: Afghan handicrafts decorate the hotel public spaces - Check out TripAdvisor members' 794 candid photos and videos. Afghan women display their handicrafts in Mazar-e-Sharif ... wadsam.com/afghan.../afghan-women-display-their-handicrafts-in-mazar... Sep 13, 2013 - Afghan women handicrafts In a bid to find access to market for their products and to improve their financial situation, Afghan women in ... Afghanistan's Web Site - Afghanistan Handicrafts www.afghanistans.com/information/economy/Handicrafts.htm This page provides information about the Handicrafts in Afghanistan.
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