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USAID recognizes Afghan entrepreneurs in Mazar-e-Sharif

The USAID funded Assistance in Building Afghanistan by Developing Enterprise (ABADE) program conducted a ceremony to express appreciation to 35 of its Afghan partners in public-private alliances in the Northern region. The ceremony held in Mazar on Sunday, April 10,

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USAID Recognizes Afghan Entrepreneurs

The United States Ambassador P. Michael McKinley and the Director of the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Development Directorate of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry; Ahmad Zia Sayed Khaili, recognized 34 Afghan small and medium enterprises that successfully completed

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Afghan company computerizes embroidery with the help of USAID

When Marya Azimi found that she constantly had to turn away large orders for her handicrafts company, she decided she needed help to expand the business. The Samangan Women’s Handicrafts Co. in Aybak City, the capital of Afghanistan’s Northern Province

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Expansion on the Menu for Afghan Entrepreneur

Rising demand for tasty meals served quickly has paid off for at least one small business owner in Herat, Afghanistan. Inspired by the success of his first Chipsi fast food restaurant, businessman Naeem Yusofi had been mulling over the possibility

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Five Afghan Companies Form Public-Private Alliances with USAID

Five Afghan companies signed the first Public-Private Alliances (PPAs) with USAID in Kabul today. These companies have matched USAID funding, reaching a total investment value of more than $4.5 million. Through its Building Afghanistan by Developing Enterprises (ABADE) program, USAID

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ABADE Program Launched to Support Afghan Businesses

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have the potential to be a key economic driver of Afghanistan’s development. However, Afghan business owners struggle to obtain the capital, management advice, equipment, and technologies needed to grow their businesses. Women and youth can

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