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5th telecom company launches 3G internet services in Kabul

Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) officially launched its 3rd generation (3G) technology services in Kabul. Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Managing Director of AWCC Amin Ramin said the 3G service is equipped with modern high quality standard technology which will allow

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Users see positive impact of social media in Afghanistan, Afghan-German study finds

Afghan-German Cooperation and ATR Consulting launched the first in-depth study on usage and perceptions of social media in Afghanistan on Wednesday. As the survey found out, Afghan users generally believe social media can have a positive impact on their country

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Second Annual Afghan Social Media Summit to be held on October 19th

From e-Governance to #Hashtag Activism, Afghan Social Media summit paves the way for a digitized Afghanistan The second annual Afghan Social Media Summit (ASMS2014) will begin next Sunday, October 19, 2014, and the full agenda is now available online here. The

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Afghan Social Media Summit Returns to Kabul

Second Annual Afghan Social Media Summit (#ASMS2014) expands to three days, and will be bigger and better than ever. Speaker nominations and participant registration officially opened today for the Second Annual Afghan Social Media Summit (#ASMS2014), to be held October

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Afghanistan’s largest nationwide elections surveys done with SMS

With the Afghan presidential elections only a month away, it is more important than ever to ensure an open democratic process across society, and to enable Afghan citizens to raise their voices and use their constitutionally protected freedom of speech.

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Afghanistan's largest nationwide elections surveys done with SMS

With the Afghan presidential elections only a month away, it is more important than ever to ensure an open democratic process across society, and to enable Afghan citizens to raise their voices and use their constitutionally protected freedom of speech.

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In Afghan Presidential Elections, Social Media Empowers Citizen Voices

Paiwandgāh, a social media and mobile technology platform, launches to encourage citizen journalism around Afghanistan On 16 February 2014, Impassion Afghanistan announced the public launch of “Paiwandgāh,” a new citizen journalism platform that evolved out of the success of “Paiwand”,

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How to follow Paiwand online

 Starting on Sunday, September 22, Paiwand will bring together over 200 participants and speakers from all over Afghanistan and abroad to Kabul for a two-day Summit that aims to connect and grow the Afghan social media community. We invite you

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Afghanistan’s First Social Media Summit to be held on September 22nd-23rd

Paiwand Social Media Summit, Afghanistan’s First Social Media Summit, is scheduled to be held on September 22nd and 23rd. Organized by Impassion, the Summit will bring together over 200 participants and speakers from 24 provinces of Afghanistan and around the

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Diplomatic Courier and YPFP Recognize Kabul Entrepreneur Eileen Guo “99 Under 33”

The Diplomatic Courier and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy are pleased to announce that Eileen Guo, Co-Founder/Managing Partner of Impassion Afghanistan,has been recognized on the 2013 “99 Under 33,” an international list noting the most influential foreign policy leaders under the

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Kabul to host first-ever National Social Media Summit

Applications for Paiwand, Afghanistan’s First National Social Media Summit, opened on August 11. The event will be held in Kabul from Sept 22-23, and will bring together over 200 speakers and participants from all 34 provinces. Paiwand will consist of

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Social Media a way to resolve Afghanistan’s problems

At a gathering celebrating “Social Media Week”, officials of Nai Supporting Open Media emphasized on promoting social media in Afghanistan. Nai regarded social media as a means to improve relations between Afghanistan and other countries. Social media in Afghanistan, comprising

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Social Media a way to resolve Afghanistan's problems

At a gathering celebrating “Social Media Week”, officials of Nai Supporting Open Media emphasized on promoting social media in Afghanistan. Nai regarded social media as a means to improve relations between Afghanistan and other countries. Social media in Afghanistan, comprising

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