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SUPPORTING SMALL AND MEDIUM AFGHAN BUSINESSES

Ten small and medium Afghan enterprises supported by Cordaid participated in the spring edition of Agfair, Afghanistan’s national agricultural products exhibition in Kabul. Some of the businesses are led and owned by women. The fair took place from March 26 to 29 and the SMEs came from Kandahar in the South and Herat in the...

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The International Trade Development Exhibition In Kabul

Afghanistan Traders and investors’ Union organized an International Exhibition named Business Development General Expo at Qasr Benazeer Hotel in Kabul for domestic and international businesses on 11 up to 14 January 2021. This exhibition lasted for four days. Cordaid Rawnaq Project sponsored 11 MSMEs from Herat and Kandahar to attend and showcase their products, and...

The Afghan pomegranate value chain
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The Afghan pomegranate value chain

The main challenges of the Afghan Pomegranate value chain The Afghan pomegranate Afghanistan is worldwide well known for its high-quality pomegranate and is often referred to as the best pomegranate in the world. Pomegranate derived products can be jams, marmalades, single strength juices, jellies, juice concentrates and frozen seeds. The pulp and leftover can be...

PROSPERITY FOR DISPLACED AFGHANS
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PROSPERITY FOR DISPLACED AFGHANS

PROSPERITY FOR DISPLACED AFGHANS THROUGH PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT In the Afghan provinces of Herat and Kandahar, Cordaid and the Norwegian Refugee Council have started a new business development programme to create job opportunities for displaced people and returning refugees. The programme is called RAWNAQ. “It means prosperity”, says Sunil Rahimi, programme coordinator based in Cordaid’s...