Asphalt paving on part of the Gardez-Khost Highway has been completed ahead of schedule.
Training helps women in five provinces support their families
Exhibition brings buyers and sellers together to seal the deal
Kabul Medical University and USAID to Introduce Bio Medical Engineering Technology Degree
With Promote, USAID is supporting young Afghan women and girls by strengthening women’s rights groups, boosting female participation in the economy, and helping women gain business and management skills.
Frequent diner Hayda Gulzar comes to Chipsi to meet friends and enjoy tasty meals served by well-trained staff.
Each year, USAID humanitarian assistance implementing partner, World Food Program (WFP)/Afghanistan distributes monthly mixed food rations to vulnerable families living in Kabul Informal Settlements.
USAID is helping Afghanistan become a more responsible and integrated member of the region and the world. Great strides have been made in health and education, bringing more Afghans back into economic and civic life.
Institutions that can accountably respond to people’s needs and aspirations are being restored. Investments in infrastructure and human capital are making the country less vulnerable to insurgents and illicit business and more attractive for private-sector enterprise.
Through its work, the Agency has boosted incomes, created jobs and reduced poverty. At the same time, we have improved how we work in Afghanistan. These reforms are core to our mission to accomplish results sustainably and cost-effectively.
USAID and its partners will continue to build upon this foundation. Our focus includes investing in energy, industries and capacities that will generate broad-based and inclusive economic growth and improve security. We are working with the Afghan people to lay the foundation that enables a successful transition from a donor-supported economy to one driven by Afghan growth and ingenuity.
Last updated: May 14, 2015