The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Women in Afghanistan said that in this exhibition women's handcrafts were displayed from all over the country.
“The intention of this exhibition is to support and encourage businesswomen and show their products and display them in the country markets and then abroad,” said Salma Yusufzai, CEO of the Afghanistan Women's Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Meanwhile, The participants in the exhibition said that holding these kinds of exhibitions has had an important role in progressive economic and business activities.
“When female students are banned from schools now, they are busy with tailoring and handmade products, and through this, they can have income,” said Madina Safi, a businesswoman.
“Handicrafts are produced in Farah province and more women work in this province,” said Wahiha Ahmadi, a businesswoman.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Economics said holding these kinds of exhibitions with handmade products is important for women's economic progress.
“Holding exhibitions similar to this exhibition can play a very important role in economic development and encouraging people to use domestic products, and the Islamic Emirate tries to support domestic products,” said Abdullatif Nazari.
According to the information of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Women, in 2020, 58,000 businesswomen were registered in the commercial and production sectors in the chamber, and now the number of businesswomen has decreased.