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How to follow Paiwand online

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How to follow Paiwand online

 afghanistan social mediaStarting 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 to participate in the conversation by following Paiwand on our social networks, and contributing to the conversation using the hashtag #paiwand and #پیوند in Dari.


Paiwand content, news, and updates will be shared throughout the Summit on our Facebook page with over 1500 likes.


We invite you to follow Paiwand on Twitter in English and Dari, The best tweets, pictures, and videos from the Annual Meeting will be collected and curated on Storify.

A selection of the best tweets will be displayed on the official Social Media Wall around the venue.


The Paiwand team will both be taking their own photos of the event, as well as curating Instagram photos taken by participants.

Check out instagram.com/paiwandaf, and be sure to tag your photos with #paiwand 

Twitter Lists:

Speakers: https://twitter.com/Paiwand_Eng/lists/paiwand-speakers

Participants: https://twitter.com/Paiwand_Eng/lists/paiwand-participants

Journalists covering Paiwand: https://twitter.com/Paiwand_Eng/lists/journalists-paiwand

Livestream Programme: 

Almost all of our sessions will be available live, in real-time. For all of our sessions, check out: http://new.livestream.com/paiwandaf

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