AAM launches new series in Afghanistan on women entrepreneursSubmitted by admin on Mon, 07/02/2012 - 10:55
(Washington DC – July 2, 2012) Afghan Media Productions (AMP), AAM’s Kabul-based office, launched a new radio series today focused on female entrepreneurs. Broadcast nationwide on Voice of Afghan Women Radio (VAWR), this weekly program profiles female entrepreneurs in Afghanistan and highlights their role in the country’s economy.
The series debuted today at 5:00pm Kabul time (8:30am EDT) and will broadcast every Monday night in Dari or Pashto on VAWR. Founded by Jamila Mujahid, VAWR is the first Afghan radio station to be operated “by women, for women.”
To view pictures of the entrepreneurs and the AMP production process, click here.
AMP is an independent production house, opened in October 2010 in Kabul, Afghanistan. An affiliate of AAM, AMP represents a unique opportunity for an Afghan-led production team to build independent media capacity in Afghanistan. Learn more about AMP »