Sixteen of Afghanistan’s top carpet and rug traders showcased their finest samples and signed a number of major deals with international buyers at Domotex, a leading tradeshow for the floor coverings industry, thanks to USAID.
Over the life of Women in Economy (WIE) program, it has incorporated best ICT practices in the design, development and implementation phases of all ICT related solutions for WIE programmatic activities.
MyHuntPath and SearchPath seek to partner with USAID's Promote's Women in Economy (WIE) to advance the objective of empowering women in the economy throughout Afghanistan.
Code Women Challenge: To promote increased opportunities for women in the fast-growing information, communication and technology (ICT) sector and in mobile technology, Promote - Women in Economy (WIE) partnered with Code Weekend by sponsoring a Code Women Challenge.
USAID’s Financial Access for Investing in the Development of Afghanistan (FAIDA) project is making life easier for Afghans to pay bills through a “Mobile Money” solution. Just like loading a phone with credit for calls or messages, Afghans can now load their ‘mobile wallet’ with cash. The cash can be used to send money or pay electricity bills.
Last updated: February 08, 2017