AREDP at a Glance: (As of April 2017)

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Brief Introduction of Returnees Enterprises Development Program

Afghanistan is a country experiencing a huge influx of returnees, many from Pakistan and Iran. In 2016 alone, the country welcomed ...

Brief Introduction of Returnees Enterprises Development Program

Afghanistan is a ...

Mohammad Naim is a 50 years old man who lives with his eight children in Saranaw village of Injil district, Herat province. Naim has never gone through a complete education; only can do basic writing ...

Mohammad Naim is a 50 years old man who lives with his eight children in Saranaw ...

Context: Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program (AREDP) strives to bring innovative enterprise development concepts into the rural areas of Afghanistan in order to create sustainable ...

Context: Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program (AREDP) strives to bring ...

Context: The thirty years of war has affected people’s life in Afghanistan significantly; in particular it has left many people with physical disabilities. Currently, it is estimated that over ...

Context: The thirty years of war has affected people’s life in Afghanistan ...

Context: To encourage effective working environment and promote quality service, Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program initiated the concept of Business Development Service Providers ...

Context: To encourage effective working environment and promote quality service, ...

Context: Nasima is a 24 years old girl from a village in Dahdadi district of Balkh province called Paghmanyaar. She is a high school graduate who was unable to further proceed her education due to ...

Context: Nasima is a 24 years old girl from a village in Dahdadi district of Balkh ...

Context: Life in the villages can be harsh while trying to make a living under the uneasy & problematic rural conditions; but every once in a while, rises an inspiring man/woman whose tales are ...

Context: Life in the villages can be harsh while trying to make a living under the ...

Context:AREDP initiated a ilot project to train People with Disabilities in the Parwan district and later extend it to Nangarhar and other provinces with AREDP presence, for people with disabilities, ...

Context:AREDP initiated a ilot project to train People with Disabilities in the ...

Context: Kandahar is the most violent and insecure province of Afghanistan. However, the province is naturally endowed and famous for its fresh fruits and vegetables. Currently, the populations of ...

Context: Kandahar is the most violent and insecure province of Afghanistan. However, ...

Context: In line with the mandate of Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program (AREDP) and Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD), a twelve days technical know-how training ...

Context: In line with the mandate of Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development ...

Context: Shahrak Razi is an isolated village in Karokh district (Herat province). In the last ten years, most of the residents of Shahrak Razi migrated to Iran due to the internal conflicts and ...

Context: Shahrak Razi is an isolated village in Karokh district (Herat province). In ...

Context: Koochies are the most vulnerable and marginalized nomad community In Afghanistan. For decades, they have been subjected to war, insecurity, civil unrest, and years of drought and harsh ...

Context: Koochies are the most vulnerable and marginalized nomad community In ...

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Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program (AREDP) is a national government-led multi-donor funded, program that jump-starts and facilitates private sector growth in rural Afghanistan. The program strengthens the private sector through integrated, value chain, top to bottom knowledge based interventions, bottom to top community enterprise development and by addressing credit and capital needs on all levels and in all locations. Read More »

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