There is concern in Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of Kabul after 20 years.
Women appear to be the most threatened by this extreme group, therefore, many local organizations have had to take measures to protect them.
Sara Wahedi, founder of the Afghan company Ehtesab, said she deleted photos, videos and information online of her employees to protect them.
Its app Ehtesab sends safety alert notifications about roadblocks, gunfire, power outages and other risks in Kabul, Wahedi told Rest of World. "We don't feel safe," she added.
There is concern among Afghan women that the Taliban are severely restricting their rights and freedom, just as they did the last time they were in power.
According to a US State Department report, at that time, women were unable to work except in ve...