Germany could host the third session of peace talks, says the Afghan foreign minister.
From 2005 through 2018, all the winners were men.
Fawzia Koofi, an outgoing MP and women's rights activist, defended her daughter's rights in front of Taliban representatives during a meeting last month in Moscow.
The provincial government is trying to ensure greater women's participation in education and in government offices.
More women are starting their own beekeeping farms to produce honey, providing them with business opportunities unavailable to them during the Taliban regime.
While the army has about 2,000 females in its ranks, more are needed, especially for search-operation roles.
Afghan women have vowed not to accept a return to the Taliban's brutal treatment and restrictions of women and girls.
Afghanistan's first lady's office has mobilised a network of 11,000 women from across the country to share their ideas for peace and engage in talks with the Taliban.
A technical and vocational training centre is helping women in Kunduz Province gain the skills and tools necessary to earn a living and become self-sufficient.
Women working in Jalalabad's public gardens earn about $130 (9,486 AFN) per month -- and have the rare opportunity to work outside the home.