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Afghan women bridge gap in media by launch of TV channel

Zan TV or ‘Women’s TV’, Afghanistan’s first-ever TV channel dedicated to women, begins broadcasting this Sunday. This novelty comes as Afghan media industry continues to be dominated by men and women journalists are persistently criticized, threatened or killed for working

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Media Meeting on sustainable use of ground water in Kabul

The Social Association of Journalists in North Afghanistan (SAJNA) and the Afghan-German Cooperation hosted a media meeting on sustainable ground water usage Kabul. Four Afghan ground water experts and more than 70 media representatives attended the event. They concluded that

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Afghan CSOs and media gather to discuss cooperation

Over 400 civil society, media and government representatives from all 34 provinces of Afghanistan gathered in Kabul December 14-15 for the Framework for Cooperation Conference 2016. The two-day conference, facilitated by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Afghan Civic

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Badakhshan’s journalists discuss media’s role in women empowerment

Three experts on women empowerment and more than 60 journalists gathered at Feyzabad’s women’s centre to discuss the media’s role in women empowerment. The event was hosted by the Social Association of Journalists in North Afghanistan (SAJNA) and the Afghan-German

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Roshan to sponsor Afghanistan’s top football league for another 3 years

Roshan will remain the title sponsor of the Roshan Afghan Premier League for the next three years. This announcement was made by the telecommunication company Roshan, the Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF), and Afghan Media conglomerate Moby on Thursday. “As the

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Real life takes to the Afghan Stage

A one-hour show is underway in Afghanistan’s southern province of Zabul. The audience is riveted by the live theater, which dramatizes a typical chapter in the life of the community. It also offers nuggets of information about how to access

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The Afghan education revolution and the role the media play

The Mediothek Media House in Mazar-e-Sharif hosted the fourth 2014-2015 Media Meeting on reporting education in the Afghan media. Teaching experts Abdul Aziz Azizi, Director of the Balkh Department of Education, and Dr. Gustav Reier, head of the Afghan-German Cooperation

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Experts talk economics and media at Afghan-German Cooperation Media Meeting in Mazar

With the state of Afghanistan’s finances making headlines almost daily in national and international media, last week’s Afghan-German Cooperation Media Meeting in Mazar-e-Sharif dealt with the economy. The meeting gave the press an opportunity to talk with experts about trade

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