WomensAnnex Foundation works on #SustainablePhilanthropy in Developing countries!

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Dear students,

 As you know, Women’s Annex foundation is working on sustainable philanthropy in developing countries starting from Afghanistan. We are providing tools to empower women and bring #sustainableEducation for children in Middle Eastern countries.

By writing stories and sharing your ideas with the people around the world through social media, you make more revenues, which emphasizes our philanthropic work in Afghanistan and other countries.

 Last week, we had the great opportunity to be part of the KabulTED event which gathered very innovative people. We also visited the UN Women Camp located in Jalabad Road to talk about their IT centers and involving students with their program. We also saw an exhibition called BadamBaq about agriculture.

 Meanwhile, in Herat, we finished working on the film treatments projects and finding the best scenario to sponsor through Women’s Annex. USAID of Herat visited our office to better understand how we empower women and work for sustainable education.

 Good news for our subscribers in Egypt: We will soon launch our activities in Pakistan so they can officially be part of Film Annex and Women’s Annex. Get ready for the competition.

This week, the best female performer is Nahid Bikran with the highest BuzzScore. The best male blogger with the highest BuzzScore is Farzad Salhi.

Once again, I would like to thank you all for your participation and hard work.  

Roya Mahboob

About the author


Roya Mahboob is the founder and CEO of the Afghan Citadel Software Company (ACSC). After receiving her Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from Herat University, Mahboob went on to get her MBA in IT (Information Technology) in Malaysia. Mahboob worked as the IT Coordinator at Herat University from…

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