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Afghanistan – Success Story of Mrs. Anees Gull from Livestock Development Project:
Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation & Livestock (MAIL) through IFAD funded Program (SNaPP2)’s livestock sub-project trained livestock holders in Balkh Province. As a result, the economy of poor rural women has been positively changed & their economy improved. For instance, we narrate the success story of one of the poorest beneficiaries as bellow: Mrs. Anees Gull is 45 years...
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Afghanistan – Success Story of Mr. Malang, A Livestock Holder:
Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation & Livestock (MAIL) through SNaPP2 program, funded by IFAD has brought positive changes in lives of poor rural livestock holders. For instance, Mr. Malang, one of the beneficiaries, who lives in Gajj village of Kaama District, narrates his own success story as bellow: I have chosen livestock to reduce poverty and solve my economic problems but due to...
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RMLSP and CLAP Women Groups at the Spring Agfair
The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) held its Spring AgFair at the Badam Bagh Research Farm located in Kabul City. The Rural Microfinance and Livestock Support Program (RMLSP) and the Community Livestock and Agriculture Project (CLAP) funded by IFAD had its separate booth representing contributions in empowering rural poor women with their small business development and...
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Overcoming Tragedy: Story of Mir Afroz
The mud-house which Mir Afroz lives in with her three children tells the story of a family whose life is steeped in tragedy and poverty. Warmed only by a dusty old carpet and a charcoal-cloaked clay pot oven, the single-room house in Samadi village in Faizabad of Badakhshan province, has been home to the 40-year old widow and her family since the tragic death of her husband eight years ago. ...
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A child breadwinner ensures own children go to school: Story Of Khawani
Khawani Khairkhwah was only 14 years old when his father was shot dead during the Taliban invasion of Afghanistan in 1999.  Khawani’s family lived in a village in Mir Bacha Kot in the outskirts of northern Kabul known as Shamali, an historic citadel built to defend against invaders. Khawani was attending fourth grade in the village public school, and his father was earning a living for...
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