Corporate Social Responsibility

NETLINKS believes that every single person in a business must take up the responsibility to make a difference. We believe that our business should be aimed to work for the public good, and not contribute to public greed. Here at NETLINKS, we value giving back to the community in every way possible. NETLINKS continuously invests in improving the society at large and is always looking for solutions that will assist in those improvements.


NETLINKS continously invests in improving the society at large and is always looking for solutions

Code To Inspire

At NETLINKS, we consistently see the invaluable effects of encouraging and building the confidence of women in coding. In continuing our mission to cultivate their promising futures and take the initiative to lead the next generation of coders, the women at NETLINKS have donated to students at Code to Inspire, a nonprofit committed to educating Afghan female coders. The donation will ensure 100 students are covered financially to pursue their education in learning how to code and developing amazing new applications. We are excited to watch the growth of these students and to welcome them into Afghanistan’s ICT sector in the near future.



As the saying goes, Education is key to a brighter and better future. Here at NETLINKS, we are committed to supporting organizations that work towards progress in education, particularly in Afghanistan
where education is deemed a privilege. One such organization is Charmaghz. Charmaghz is a Kabul-based registered non-profit organization and it is dedicated to promoting critical thinking among Afghan children.

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Hult Prize

Hult Prize has become one of the most significant student competitions in existence today, particularly in Afghanistan. Its goal is to educate and engage students and create a competitive environment that allows students to tackle intricate global challenges. NETLINKS believes that the future of Afghanistan lies in the youth. We proudly sponsored the Hult Prize event in Kabul Polytechnic University.


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