This category includes sites that reflect the make up of the countries community: its people, their history and their way of life.
The organisation based in France presents itself, offers a bibliography, folk music and a photo gallery.
Information about Afghan Hindus, their culture, language and life. Includes news, links and a message board.
The Association Of Afghan Blog Writers brings Afghan bloggers together and defending their rights.
Offers news and events listing, music, pictures, chat and forum, buy and sell. Services include free home pages and email.
This website give information about the Afghan society and culture including their recipes, music and religion.
Invites Afghans to express their opinion about issues which affect their lives, as well as to provide a forum for the mutual support of the community.
UNESCO Courier articles describe the situation in the country in the aftermath of war in late 2002, including the politics, economics, education, the conditions of art treasures and cultural resources, the status of women, and press freedom.
Provides latest news, photos, radio, eCards, chat and dating service.
A non-profit and non-political organization of Afghan professionals in America, providing professional assistance, scientific studies, and research towards the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan.
Organization based in Paris, supporting the development of media and cultural expression in Afghanistan. Presentation of projects and supported publications, including information on journalism training and the Kabul Media and Culture Center.
Report on the language support required for Pashto and Dari, Afghanistan's official languages, and a number of other languages spoken in the country.
Information about the living languages of the country including population, region, classification, dialects and alternate names.
Offers information on the province, its districts and on minerals found in the area. With photo gallery and forum.
On the linguistics and ethnography of Nuristan, a region in the Hindu Kush mountains of northeastern Afghanistan. By Richard Strand.
Preserves photographs, film, video, audio, and other media having to do with the history and society of Afghanistan. Joint project of the Williams College and the Afghan Media Resource Center (AMRC). Includes information on the project and an online searchable database of images.
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