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"Talented Female Photographers" photo exhibition in Kabul

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"Talented Female Photographers" photo exhibition in Kabul

Photo Exhibition-1Swedish Committee for Afghanistan organized “Talented Female Photographers” photo exhibition in order to show the talent of young female photographers. The photo exhibition which is organized at Afghanistan Center, Kabul University will remain open for public until 5th of November.

The young photographers are trained by the Tolo Services and Cultural Organization (TSCO) through a six month multi-media training project funded by the SCA in Balkh province. The aim behind training of the females was to give females with photography and film making skills.

A number of 60 photographs are highlighting social, economic and cultural situation and are displayed to draw people’s attention.

Mr. Anders Ohrstrom, Country Manager of Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Miss Kajsa Johansson, SCA Civil Society Coordinator, Mr. Zemarai Saqeb Director of SCA Policy and Quality Assurance Department and Mr. Mohsin Zia Ayoubi, Director of TSCO addressed the inauguration ceremony.

The aim behind training of females was to provide them an opportunity to support their families financially. They will film different social events where Afghan community is not allowing male cameramen and film makers. These female filmmakers and camerawomen will capture the gatherings i.e. family gatherings, celebration of birth days and wedding anniversaries.”

Females participating in the training learned designing and developing magazine, banners, posters, film making and editing including other graphic requirements.
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