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Afghan women handicraft exhibition

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Afghan women handicraft exhibition

Ministry of Information and Culture held a 3-day exhibition of hundreds of fine arts, decoration items and handicrafts on Monday in Kabul.

Ghulam Nabi Farahi, deputy of tourism in the Ministry of Information and Culture, emphasized on the importance of the role of women in the society, saying their handicrafts form a significant component of country’s trade and commerce. He called on the government to help the women in finding better markets for their products.

Speaking on the occasion, a businesswoman, Mrs. Kobra said that so far 200 working women have received graduation certificates from the women training institute.



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