Mrs. Zaghuna Walizada, a member of ACCI board of directors and the president of Tac Taz Transportation Group was recently introduced as “An Active and Pioneer Afghan Businesswoman” in Europe.
The International Conference on Women and Human Rights held in Netherland in April 2012 introduced the four following ladies as the most active and pioneer Afghan women: Zarghuna Walizada the president of Tac Taz Transportation Group; Shukria Barekzai head of defense committee of Wolisi Jirga; Dr. Sima Samer director of Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission; and Mariam Kofi the member of Women Affairs Committee of Wolisi Jirga.
Dozens of women from different parts of the world had participated in the Conference.
Afghan-Europe International Cultural and Humanitarian Center has kindly informed us through an official letter dated 15/04/2012 that Mrs. Walizada was also granted with three different appreciation letters.
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Netherland in a message to the conference, has appreciated Mrs. Zarghuna Walizada…. in the field of business and trade,” the letter says. “The message appreciated the role of women in different fields of life in Afghanistan and has named Mrs. Zarghuna Walizada, Dr. Sima Samer, Mrs. Mariam Kufi and Mrs. Shukria Barekzai as prominent, active and pioneer women in Afghanistan.”
“Three officially registered international appreciation letters were presented to Mrs. Zarghuna Wali Zada, by different European Institutions, in absence of Mrs. Walizada. The appreciation letters shall be officially presented to her in Kabul, and in coordination with the ACCI.) Mr. Zarghuna was also named as Active & Ingenious Afghan Woman in the field of trade.”
ACCI congratulates all four ladies for their achievement and wish further success for them.
Mrs. Zarghuna Walizada is a successful businesswoman, who has been working actively in the fields of logistics, transportation, customs services, and port & warehouse services since 1990. Considering the limited opportunities available for Afghan businesswomen, Mrs. Walizada has gained a prominent position among the Afghan business community.