Flag of Afghanistan


May 8, 2017

Introduction to Exposure

Exposure is an online storytelling platform that allows users to showcase compelling visual narratives. USAID posts the organization’s most compelling photo essays on Exposure as a way to showcase our work and grow a community of followers - other Exposure storytellers and the general public.

Visit the USAID’s Exposure page to review previous multimedia stories and find inspiration for future submissions.

May 8, 2017

Writing tips and guidance

Basic criteria

  • 300-500 words
  • Must contain a title, subhead, pull-quote, and photo (jpeg format) with caption and credit
  • Must contain human angle and beneficiary quotes
  • Make sure everything in the submission checklist, located later in this document, is fulfilled before you submit. Submissions that do not satisfy the criteria will be returned unedited.

What kinds of stories are we looking for?

May 1, 2017

With support from USAID’s “Strengthening Education in Afghanistan-II project”, a new civil service organization called the “Teach For Afghanistan Organization” (TAO) was created to recruit and develop Afghanistan’s most promising graduates, or “Fellows”, to teach in high-needs schools around the country as part of a two-year commitment. The goal is to ensure all Afghan children are able to fulfill their potential through education. The Afghan program is based on the international “Teach For All” model.

May 1, 2017

Mr. Rahmatullah is a 40-year-old farmer from Wazir village of Zheray district, Kandahar. Every year, Rahmatullah and his brother Abdul Manan, cultivate poppy on their two hectares of land to support their fifteen member family. “From years, we cultivate poppies on this land to feed our children. Other licit crops do not produce sustainable income to rely on,” says Rahmatullah.

April 20, 2017

Agriculture Consolidated - Project Appraisal Document (PAD)


Last updated: May 09, 2017

Share This Page