Contact us

Thank you for your interest in reaching out to The Afghan Times. We value your feedback, inquiries, and contributions. Below are various ways to get in touch with us:

General Inquiries:

For general inquiries, including questions about our content, suggestions, or feedback, please email us at info@theafghantimes.com.

Editorial Team:

If you have specific questions or suggestions for our editorial team, please reach out to us at saeed@theafghantimes.com.

Advertising and Partnerships:

For advertising inquiries, sponsorship opportunities, or partnership proposals, please contact our editor at saeed@theafghantimes.com.

Press Inquiries:

For press-related inquiries, interview requests, or media partnerships, please email us at news@theafghantimes.com.

Website Support:

If you encounter any technical issues or have questions related to our website, please contact our support team at info@theafghantimes.com.

You can also connect with us on our social media platforms:

Thank you for your interest in The Afghan Times. We look forward to hearing from you!



  • The child labour crisis in Afghanistan: the Taliban’s ban on women‘s right to work increases child labour and poverty

    The child labour crisis in Afghanistan: the Taliban’s ban on women‘s right to work increases child labour and poverty

    “If I go to school, my family will have nothing to eat,” said Johar. “I am the sole breadwinner for my family.” He earns up to $2 per day working in a foundry in Baghlan, Afghanistan Johar, only 14 years old, is his family’s primary provider as his father cannot work due to disability. Last…

  • A woman is giving girls hope by providing opportunities

    A woman is giving girls hope by providing opportunities

    “My brothers can go to school, but I cannot. Always at home, I am tired,” said Sahra. She was an 8th-grade student before the Taliban banned girls from school beyond sixth grade, and two and a half years after she turned to learning tailoring. A month ago, Sahra began learning tailoring in a small room…

  • Open Mic Ep 1 – The Afghan Times podcast

    Open Mic Ep 1 – The Afghan Times podcast

    Episode: Under Taliban rule, girls in Afghanistan are now banned from attending school past the sixth grade. Women are banned from universities and from working at most jobs. They have no voice, political or otherwise. They cannot leave their homes without a male chaperone. They are not allowed to go to a playground, walk through…

Back to top button