Women’s handicraft
exhibition organized in Kabul

KABUL (TOLOnews): A women’s handcraft exhibition was held in Kabul to support women’s handicrafts in Afghanistan.
The Rah Danesh sewing workshop organized its first exhibition with the cooperation of businesswomen.
“Today’s exhibition is to support women and traders who have the skills in jewelry, weaving, sewing Afghan clothes, and bead embroidery.
Meanwhile, some businesswomen asked the country’s citizens to support these businesswomen and their crafts.
“We asked about a separate market for women so we do not need exhibitions and we can sell our handcrafts,” said Mursal, a businesswoman.
“We want to allow these kinds of exhibitions so we can work,’ said Huma Rasa, a businesswoman.
A number of visitors welcomed these kinds of exhibitions by women.
“The exhibition is super, and we are so happy that it’s made by women, and Afghan clothes are so beautiful,” said Hania, a visitor.
“We are so happy for these Afghan clothes made by women in our country,” said Behishta, a visitor.
This exhibition was held for three days in the sewing workshop of Rah Danesh, which was established three months ago by a small number of women.