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Rural handicrafts exhibition held in Kabul

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Rural handicrafts exhibition held in Kabul
 According to officials from the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MoRRD) this exhibition has been launched in the framework program of the rural handicrafts in order to find market for the women products.
In this exhibition 130 women investors from capital and the provinces of the country are displaying their products.
Meanwhile, a number of participants of the exhibition urged the government to practice fundamental programs in order to solve women traders’ problems.
Mujib Rahman Karimi, Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development in regard to this exhibition said that we are trying our best to solve rural women’s problems and at least with holding of such exhibitions we can find market for their products.

Nazia, a businesswoman who has participated from Khiwa district of Nangarhar province in this connection said that she brought about 40 women’s embroideries to display in this exhibition. 
Despite of insecurity in Khiwa district women are enthusiast of business, but there is no market for their products, Nazia stated.
According to Nazia, we have many problems in our village, because most of women need to find market for their products.
In the meantime, Ministry of Women Affairs in this regard said that currently there are many problems ahead of businesswomen in the country and the government beside financial support should make necessary help in their economic empowerment.
Nabila Mosaleh, Deputy of  Ministry of Women Affairs in this exhibition asserted that we  have  practiced  programs for  women and  it was useful, and  building of  necessary infrastructures in various  fields would improve businesswomen situation.
Ministry of Commerce and Industries always has been trying to support the women, because development of women entrepreneurs and support from this great and active segment could be effective in economy growth of the country. 
It is worth mentioning, that the ministry of commerce and industries in order to improve women handicrafts, annually holding ‘Bazaar Roz’ exhibition for displaying of women embroideries and how the women find market for their products.
Fortunately, such exhibitions have positive impact for women and day by day they are trying to make more standard their products and produce their products based on domestic demands.
Shukria Kohistani