Handicrafts by disabled Afghan women displayed in Kabul
Organized by the Bright Future for Afghan Women in cooperation with the New Beginning Association, the exhibition is aimed at finding market for the women’s handicrafts.
“Our objective is to get the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs’ attention and have them support this class of women and to find markets for their products,” said Zahra Nawrozi, head of the organizing group.
In response, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs spokesperson Mohammad Ali Etekhari said the Ministry must do more to address the challenges facing handicapped women in Afghanistan.
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