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Afghan women’s

  1. 1. By Khadija Bahramiyan, Kabul- September 2012
  2. 2. In Afghanistan, everything depends on Women. Education, economic growth, peace. Simply, Women are “life” in this country.
  3. 3. Last year, for 12 month, we give education for more than 100 housewives. We did help them in advnce to learn how to read and write and how to manage their own lives. 70 % of them were under the red line of poverty.
  4. 4. For the last 6 months of our education, we collect a very less amount of money from each of the participants.
  5. 5. At last 4 month of our education we start to teach them skills to learn some basics of Embroidery, tailor etc …
  6. 6. And we established the unique model of „‟Local Banking System Project‟‟ ever by the direct help of UN-HABITAT-Afghanistan. The UN-HABITAB, provided us some amount of money and we gave it to our students so that they could start a very small bussiness setting in their homes.
  7. 7. Mojhda was one of the four children of a very poor family, living in Mazar-i- Sharif, Afghanistan.
  8. 8. Both her father and mother were jobless. And her three young brothers and sisters had to go to school.
  9. 9. And here comes a CHANGE on her LIFE !
  10. 10. When she applied to one of our courses, we saw her talent and motivation. And we help her as much as we could.
  11. 11. We, as local people‟s bank back in Mazar-i-Sharif, by her wish, provide her AFG 50000 ( USD 1000 ) Immediately she started a business.
  12. 12. Now, with the money we provided her, she is working as a cleaner. She and her team takes the garbage of 450 families out from the city center every month.
  13. 13. She was earning nothing a year ago but now she made her business and earns AFG 2500 ( USD 500 ) per month.
  14. 14. Now, Mojhdahas a businessand she is asocial activist !
  15. 15. We want to reach more people around us, but our current capital is just AFG 200000 (USD 4000) which is very less.
  16. 16. We want to bring a CHANGE on lives of more women like Mojhda, but we do not have recourses.

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