Businesses in the Bpeace Afghan program are hungry for advice, and tell our local staff that if it were not for Bpeace, they would have to close.

Afghanistan

Jamshid Sultanzada, founder and CEO of PomTech ICT Solutions in Herat, Afghanistan, developed a love for technology at an early age. He credits a local computer class that taught typing, Windows and Word as “cha

Afghanistan

Country:  Afghanistan 

Business:  Stare Sham Beauty Salon and Gyms, with all-female employees and clients in Mazar-i-Sharif, the fourth largest city in Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Bpeace has connected Zarghuna virtually with international experts, and brought her to the U.S. where she apprenticed with businesses in her industry. Local Afghan consultants have helped Zarghuna develop marketing strategies for her gyms and salo

Afghanistan

The statistics on women and girls in Afghanistan are appalling. Only 21% of girls complete primary education, less than 13% are literate and the country’s maternal mortality rate is one of the highest in the world. Despite a new constitution, ad

Afghanistan

Skiing in Afghanistan — who would have imagined? At least that is what I thought when I first learned about the Afghan Ski Challenge.  Since 2011, the Bamyan Ski Club has been hosting the annual “Afghan Ski Challenge,” a backcountry ski

Afghanistan

This is the story of how one woman’s vision became reality. The non-profit business volunteer network Bpeace connected us to Latifa as mentors, business advocates and pro bono consultants. Since 2009, we have been eyewitnesses to her passion to

Afghanistan

 Afghanistan is everywhere you look – and not in the way you would expect. From Carnegie Hall and The Daily Show to the Oscars and the Grammy’s, Afghan artists and opinion-leaders are suddenly high profile. They are showcasing the best of

Afghanistan

It's been eight months since Abdul Rashid Reshad travelled to the U.S.  on the Bpeace Apprentice Road Trip.  Since returning home to Afghanistan, he has transformed his for-profit vocational school and it was recently accredited by the A

Afghanistan

Bpeace Advocates are a rare breed.  Part skill-based volunteer and part business coach, they offer specific and often technical advisory remotely through email and Skype.  Advocates bring knowledge and generosity to help a Bpeace Afghan

Afghanistan

In April 2012, 11 Bpeace Afghan Fast Runners apprenticed on the job at 33 Host Companies in 12 states for the Bpeace Apprentice Road Trip (BART).

Afghanistan

Once a year, Bpeace hosts a reunion for all of the past and present Fast Runners in Kabul. Country Director, Soraya Omar, held the annual gathering for 21 business owners from the class of 2004, 2007, and the most recent class that started in 2010

Afghanistan

Thirty-seven Host Companies opened their doors to 9 Afghan Bpeace Fast Runners for the 2011 Bpeace Apprentice Road Trip (BART), sponsored in part by the U.S. Department of State.