TechNation is a first class technology firm in Afghanistan aimed at providing institutions and the citizens with cutting-edge IT services and solutions. TechNation helps develop Afghanistan as a technology enabled nation by promoting ICT as a tool for development. 



Afghanistan Legal Services (ALS) provides a comprehensive solution to legal and rule-­‐of-­‐law challenges facing Afghanistan. ALS staff is experienced in both the local and international justice sectors and has provided high-­‐level support to the Afghan public sector, including the Attorney General's Office and legal advice to the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Women's Affairs.

CodeWeekend is the biggest developer community in Afghanistan, with a mission to share, learn and innovate

Ibtikaar provides physical offices, training, business advisory, support with market and funding access and networking opportunity to technology startups in Afghanistan.


Feetz featured on CNBC, Better Weekdays joins Capital Innovators Accelerator program, and more Grad News

Posted by Joe Garza on 2014-02-19

Since launching in 2009, the Founder Institute has helped launch over 1,850 new technology companies across 100 cities, 58 countries, and six continents.

These companies have gone on to do great things, and create over 15,000+ new jobs. 

Over the past week, Feetz was featured on CNBC; Codemi was featured on Tech in Asia; Better Weekdays was accepted into Capital Innovators' 2014 spring class; and more.

Below is a roundup of recent Founder Institute Graduate in the news.

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