A shared Project

We are physically distant from the Afghan people,
but we can be a little less so by exploiting the online world.

WAW is a network, movement, system.


We represent and give visibility to Afghan women,
whose rights are in serious danger after the Taliban’s
capture of Kabul on August 15th, 2021.


We support them through the most powerful
weapon for change, that is community

Afghanistan. Women. People. Human rights.


The community together can reach objectives that
are actionable and supports Afghanistan, women,
and people spread all over the world.


We also disseminate disseminate fact-checked and
trustworthy news but we do so not only to inform
but generate a strong and motivated community.

We operate together as a community, each one author and responsible for the project.

 

 

@withafghanwomen defines itself as the first marketing DAO.

 

 

With @withafghanwomen is the community that drives decision-making, we believe indeed that is the community that together can really understand and communicate with target niches.

 

The result is that finally everybody feels empowered and feels that the change, wherever required, is possible.

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Community driven

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OUR RESULTS

450k +

impression

5000 +

followers
in one month

60 +

afghan women in
contacted

25 +

afghan women
on board

5

ONG as contributor

600 +

digital expert working on WAW

14

workteams

100 +

post

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Veronica Civiero

Veronica

Manager, communications expert
and founder of ViralVeneto

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Marta De Vivo

Marta

famous blogger (Huffington Post; TPI)
and role model for youngsters.