303 young women from 15 high schools across Nangarhar, Laghman and Kunar provinces graduated from Taraqi Saba, or “Development for Tomorrow,” a business skills training course. The three-month course provides high-school aged young women with the skills and knowledge necessary to operate sustainable businesses by teaching them basic business principles, such as finance, marketing and management. The course is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)’s Incentives Driving Economic Alternatives - North, East, West (IDEA-NEW) project.
|Media Outlet||Date Covered|
|Pajhwok Afghan News||Sunday, 09 June 2013|
|Wadsam, Afghan Business News Portal||Sunday, 09 June 2013|
|RTA Nangarhar||Sunday, 09 June 2013|
|Bakhtar News Agency||Sunday, 09 June 2013|
|Relief Web||Monday, 10 June 2013|
Kushkak Canal Rehabilitation project completion ceremony was celebrated in Surkhrod district. This canal flows up to 10 kilometers through six villages and provides irrigation water for 388 hectares of land, benefiting 1178 farming families in Surkhrod District of Nangarhar Province. USAID implemented this project in close ...
300 young women from high schools in Jalalabad, Mehtarlam and Asadabad received certificates after completing the Taraqi Saba, or “Development for Tomorrow,” business training course arranged by the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Incentives Driving Economic Alternatives for the North, East ...
The Surkhrod Packing facility, the first one of its type in Afghanistan, established and run by USAID’s IDEA-NEW is handed over to Tak Dana. Tak Dana is a local firm which deals in fresh produce marketing, nationally and on international level. The privatization of Surkhrod Pack House to Tak Dana ensures its long term ...