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Transforming Lives

Afghan treasury officials met with executives from Financial Management Services in Washington, DC, to discuss cash management.
4 OCTOBER 2005 | KABUL
 
"They have benefited a lot from the training and have already started applying the new experience in every day work," said Treasury official Mujeebullah Sulaimankail.
 
The newly formed Afghan Midwives Association meets at Kabul's Rabia Balkhi Hospital.
4 OCTOBER 2005 | KABUL
 
"All of us need the support that an organization like this can provide," said one midwife. "Until now, we've had to work alone."
 
Afghan women prepare flatbreads at a bakery.
1 DECEMBER 2004 | KABUL
 
“This is not a time to weep, but to work… We have responsibilities.”
 
Budding playwrights review their scripts at the USAID Writing for Radio Workshop in Kabul.
1 SEPTEMBER 2004 | KABUL
 
A young woman receives treatment at a USAID-funded Basic Health Center in Bamyan Province, Afghanistan.
1 AUGUST 2004 | BAMYAN PROVINCE
 
Working with the Afghan Ministry of Health to prevent these unnecessary deaths, USAID provided nearly fifty-four metric tons of pharmaceuticals (119,016 lbs.) for use by nineteen nongovernmental organizations (NGO) in fourteen rural Afghan provinces.

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Last updated: June 02, 2014

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