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Increasing Awareness of Farmers Enlarges Their Demand for Veterinary Services
The veterinary services project of RMLSP is working for improving the access of farmers and livestock owners to animal health services in 59 districts of five selected provinces through the creation of a network of Veterinary Field Units (VFUs) and increasing the awareness of farmers and livestock owners about animal health. Given the traditional attitude of farmers, they are not only unaware...
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A Glimmer of Hope for a Woman in Despair: the story of Arefa
In many ways, Arefa’s house was a reflection of her life. Dark, Bereft, Oppressive. Everything a home and life shouldn’t be. The traditional mud house in Dhooki, a rural village outside of Faizabad, has two small storage-sized rooms shared by a family of 10, of which the breadwinner is Arefa, 47 years old.  One room is the living/bedroom/everything space, furnished mainly by...
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A once needy woman becomes the village “Khala” : the Story of NAJIBA
It was not so long ago when Najiba – her husband, who is paralyzed in one leg – and her seven children were scraping by every day.  “We’ve had some really dark days,” recalls Najiba. “I can still hear my children crying, begging for a piece of bread.”  Back then, the breadwinner had no regular source of income. On a lucky day, seldom to come by, Najiba would do work for a family and...
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A widow Living in a Cave Comes out for Good: the story of Souson
In 1997, Sousan became a widow at 37 years old when her husband, Mohammad Hussain, died of cancer. Suddenly, the housewife, who was illiterate, became the default breadwinner, in charge of making a living for their four children: three girls, and one boy. Sousan had to leave her birthplace, Dara Suf (a district of Bamyan province) and for 13 years, she and her children moved from province to...
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Supporting Static Farmers to become Dynamic
Small farmers in developing countries including Afghanistan are generally poor. Their subsistence agriculture kept them at the margin of subsistence. To bring them out of poverty and a state of subsistence, an initial support is needed in terms of provision of credit and productive assets coupled with required technical knowledge and skills. Rural Microfinance and Livestock Support Program...
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