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Advantages of hiring fresh university graduates
IFAD Afghanistan builds local capacity through the Young Professionals Programme. They hire recent agriculture sciences graduates, who have a strong academic background but little work experience. These young professionals work for a year with IFAD’s local partners, conducting field surveys and site visits in order to independently verify outputs and results. This programme is “advantageous...
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Monitoring visits- a best source of knowledge sharing
During one of the RMLSP monitoring missions it was found out that the people of Bamyan particularly the beneficiaries of the “Targeting Ultra poor Project” (TUP) funded by IFAD are malnourished.  The main reason of which is lack of understanding on the part of these people as how to best utilize the locally available food products such as legumes, potatoes in an effective and efficient...
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Success Story of Dairy Project in Surkhod district of Nangarhar
   This success story is starting by Mr. Haji Hamidullah, who is living in Fatiabad village of Surkhrood district and he is the chairman of Fatiabad cooperative. Mr. Haji Hamidullah is telling as follow; B efore the program we had more problems such as no vaccination and De-worming  programs as regular, the  animals were affected by deferent disease...
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Knowledge sharing through distirbution of notebooks to the school kids
During my field visit to Bamyan province i found a very unique method of knowledge sharing that DCA is practicing. But before i jump to the method, i want to give you glimpse of Bamayn. Bamyan lies on the Silk Road which lies in the Hindu Kush mountain region, in the Bamyan Valley. The Silk Road is a caravan route linking the markets of China with those of Western Asia. Until the...
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Impact of poultry project on the lives of women A case study
Interview with a women beneficiary of Poultry project funded by IFAD at Hesarak village, Balkh district, of Balkh province This interview was conducted during my field visit to the project site. The interview will reveals some of the immediate as well as long terms impacts of the project over the lives of the women-mostly widowed. This interview was conducted with one of the...
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