Archives for posts with tag: FilmAnnex

Watch Film Report: BUILDING SCHOOLS IN AFGHANISTAN
Empowering 160,000 Afghan children with 400 computers in 40 schools – Partnership between Film Annex and Citadel’s Roya Mahboob. Their mission is to show people the new face of Afghanistan with current event videos, interviews, and news clips as well as archival material directly from the Afghan Young Development.
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AFGHANISTAN & CENTRAL ASIA DIVERSITY FOR OLYMPIC SUCCESS, By Francesco Rulli – President Film Annex
Central & South Asia include incredible diversity of cultures, languages, & regions from countries like: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Iran & Pakistan. Afghanistan’s Olympics representative in Taekwoondo, repeat his Beijing performance & won his consecutive 2nd Bronze medal in London, confirming Afghanistan sports are consolidating its presence & taking full advantage of its diversity & potential. -MORE-
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WATCH Film Report: AFGHAN SCHOOL GIRLS AS TARGETS & HOPE
Afghanistan civilians are still greatest victims of ongoing conflict & Afghan school girls are increasingly becoming the targets of the Taliban in particular. The United Nations representatives in Afghanistan (UNAMA) provide latest annual report for civilian casualties.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/afghan-school-girls-as-targets-hope/31157Image

DIPLOMAT ARTIST Blog Report: KAYLA HARRISON OLYMPIC ROLE MODEL FOR AFGHANISTAN WOMEN EDUCATION & EMPOWERMENT
Don’t miss Francesco Rulli’s (President, Founder – Film Annex) personal tribute today, as he celebrates the Judo Olympic victory of Kayla Harrison and her coach Jimmy Pedro. — (Recommended by Susan Sacirbey & Diplomatically Incorrect)
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WATCH Interview: UN TV AFGHANISTAN ECONOMY & EDUCATION (28min.)
Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey interviews Afghan Citadel Software Co. CEO, Roya Mahboob & Film Annex Founder/President, Francesco Rulli at United Nations TV station in NYC. They talk about Film ImageAnnex’s new initiative, The Afghan Development Project, the future of Afghanistan & other developing countries, online advertising & its role in a potential cultural revolution, how raising new generation of Afghans with the Internet will help country’s economy.

http://www.filmannex.com/webtv/afghandevelopment/movie/un-tv-afghanistan-economy-and-education/30974

Blog Report: AFGHANISTAN: CONQUERED OR PARTNER? By Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Many have sought to conquer Afghanistan but have failed. Before the Soviets & most recently US/NATO, it has been the British Empire. Before the US ever got into the invasion business in Afghanistan I was convinced that objectives of stabilizing the country & de-legitimizing the Taliban would be more effectively realized through education, development & a more open country/society. –More–
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Blog Report: UN CONDEMNS NATO & TALIBAN ATTACKS THAT KILL CIVILIANS, By Ambassador Mo
At least 4 separate attacks killed 40 civilians, including 10 children, & injured at least 67 others, & UN called for those responsible to be held accountable. UN News Centre cited media reports that identified two Taliban suicide bombings and a NATO airstrike that Afghan officials say killed 18 civilians. –More–
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Blog Report: THIRSTY FOR NEW AFGHANISTAN  GEO-POLITICAL PERSPECTIVE, By Ambassador Mo
Afghanistan & Iran share more than just a long border. The populations on 2 sides of border, particularly Herat, Afghanistan are linked by history, language, culture & Shia Islamic religion. Many Afghanis from the western part of the country spent years as refugees in large Iran centers as consequence of Soviet occupation & Taliban Rule.  Many were educated in Iran, particularly young women. –More–
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Watch Film Report: FILM ANNEX CLASSROOM AT BAGHNAZARGAH SCHOOL, HERAT, AFGHANISTAN
On April 25th, 2012, Film Annex & Citadel Software Company built the first internet classroom at Baghnazargah School in Herat, Afghanistan. The students we excited to have access to the Internet through brand new computers & get connected to the world. The classroom’s official opening was celebrated by government officials and the school’s administration.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/film-annex-classroom-at-baghnazargah-school-herat-afghanistan/30605Image

Blog Report: PAYING FAMILIES TO EDUCATE CHILDREN IN AFGHANISTAN, By Ambassador Mo
Child labor is the adversary of educating children particularly where families may be dependent on even meager earnings of youngest members to eat & survive. To advance society as well further learning & open-minds, education is an imperative. A novel but simple concept has evolved over last few months/years in Afghanistan: why not pay families for success of their children in school? –More–
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