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Women in Government Internship Program Celebrates Three Years of Success

USAID’s Women in Government Internship Program marked its first three years by celebrating two major milestones this week: the placement of more than 440 interns in government agencies in Kabul, Balkh, Herat, and Nangarhar, and the launch of the Women

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Training for Afghan women on how to tap funding sources

The Afghan Women’s Business Federation (AWBF) has launched a training program titled “Improving Businesswomen’s Access to Source of Funds” aimed at enhancing women’s access to donor funds. The program will initially train 60 businesswomen in Kabul over 20-day phases. Plans

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Afghan women face sack at Kabul’s factory

Sarco Abad factory, a rare women-only factory in Kabul, will soon lose its Nato contract to make military uniforms to the Afghan government. Afghan government officials claim they can buy the uniforms more cheaply from China or Pakistan. The factory’s

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Afghan women face sack at Kabul's factory

Sarco Abad factory, a rare women-only factory in Kabul, will soon lose its Nato contract to make military uniforms to the Afghan government. Afghan government officials claim they can buy the uniforms more cheaply from China or Pakistan. The factory’s

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A Step Towards Increasing Afghan Woman Participation in the Labor Market

The Ministry of Finance is partnering with The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement and expand the Women in Government Internship Program. The program provides more opportunities to women to gain experience working with Afghan Government Organizations

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