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New garment factory employs 150 people in Balkh

A newly established garment factory in northern Balkh province employs 150 people, including 60 women. The factory produces 10,000 meters cloth and 1.5 tons of thread in 24 hours. Factory owner, Haji Baryali Nabizada, said he wanted to flee to

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Afghan Agriculture Ministry creates over 550 jobs in six months

The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) said in a statement on Wednesday it had created over 550 jobs during the past six months. As per the statement, the newly-hired employees have high-level degrees and the recruitments included both

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President Ghani launches national employment program

President Ashraf Ghani has launched the national employment program amidst thousands of Afghans fleeing to Europe in search of a better life. “The government has obtained some funds for this program and efforts are underway to expand the program. With

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Afghan women’s handicraft business goes bankrupt in Badakhshan

Dozens of Afghan women’s handicraft businesses have gone bankrupt in Badakhshan due to lack of a market for their products. Badakhshan’s women activists have warned that many businesswomen will lose their jobs if the government does not address the issue

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Agriculture Ministry to provide employment opportunities to Faryab peace joiners

A series of development projects including horticulture and water supply projects would be implemented in Faryab province, said Ministry of Agriculture officials. In addition to helping area residents with proper agriculture facilities, the projects are also aimed at providing job

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Most of 800,000 People with Disabilities in Afghanistan are Uneducated and Unemployed

By Ahmad Masoud- Afghanistan is one of the most mine contaminated countries in the world. It is believed that there are still about a million mines in the country, killing and maiming hundreds of people every year. According to media

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Nangarhar Laborers in search of jobs

Nangarhar laborers called on the Afghan government to undertake public service projects in the province to help generate employment opportunities for them. Daily wagers in the province can hardly afford to feed their families and blame the government for their

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Ban Ki-moon underscores employment opportunities for Afghans

U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon once again called on the international community to ensure availability of livelihood opportunities and availability of sustainable employment for Afghans, as the foreign forces are set to leave the country. He warned of the economic consequences

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