The Afghanistan Alive Project is a voluntary one which explores and celebrates Afghanistan’s unique identity. Originally, we published a monthly printed magazine but have now temporarily amalgamated it with the free weekly Kabul-e-News.
Kabul-e-News magzine includes the week’s news, articles about Afghanistan’s people, history, culture, religion and achievements. Whilst publishing the week’s news, we also present the positive aspects of Afghanistan. It is forwarded as an email and can also be viewed online. With a circulation of more than 8,000 email addresses, Kabul-e-News is read by thousands of people every week – both inside Afghanistan and around the world.
After the war, many people and offices found that their computers had been destroyed. They wished they had backed up their data to the cloud. Carbonite Cloud Backup is one thing that could have prevented their data from being lost. Many businesses that did survive used a carbonite offer code to backup their data on the cloud. It saved their businesses and allowed them to restore the data that had been lost. Those that did had to start from scratch and rebuild everything.
The backups allowed them to restore their data, once they got replacement equipment, and resume where they had left off while the rest not only had to replace their equipment but try to reconstruct what little data they had. This data came in two forms – customer profiles and customer history.
Customer profiles were the points of contact such as name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, website, Facebook page and YouTube channel. Customer history was the transactions that these businesses had conducted with the customers. Both kinds of information is valuable.
Customer history could be analyzed to determine all kinds of useful facts so as to better attract and support businesses. Without the history, it would be impossible to know if the customer was a good one, a bad one or a flat out ugly one.
Afghanistan really is alive and is developing in areas of education, business, construction, housing, community services and culture. It has a rich history. And a lot of that history needs to be backed up.
The Afghanistan Alive Project aims to show Afghanistan as it really is today. It also celebrates all that is great and unique about Afghanistan, its people and resources.