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Transforming Lives

Nabeeha, newly hired as a teacher in a private school.

Internships and job placement services provide women the opportunity to gain work experience, prove their capabilities to employers, and secure new or better positions.

Mobile health providers vaccinated newborns and children against serious diseases.

Looking to address the unique needs of the people living in Ghor, the USAID-funded HEMAYAT Project and the Afghan government came up with a solution: take healthcare directly to the villagers, like those living in Dawlatyar.

Fouzia Hariri displays dried fruit and nuts at her company’s booth at the “Made in Afghanistan” exhibition and conference.

Fouzia Hariri was one of 40 Afghan traders participating in the inaugural “Made in Afghanistan” exhibition and conference on July 19-20, 2016, in New Delhi, India, organized with the support of USAID’s Afghanistan Trade and Revenue (ATAR) project.

Sana-ul-Haq, 8, attends a community-based school in Surkh-Rod district, south of Jalalabad, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan

It was pitch black outside when Sana-ul-Haq began his work day at 3.00 am. Most of the village was still sound asleep as he got dressed and headed over to the nearby brick kiln, where he worked with his father and siblings.

Matiullah, a mechanic in western Kandahar

Matiullah, who lives in western Kandahar, started his life with what many deem a severe strike against any chance of success: a congenitally disabled left leg. Matiullah’s youth was dogged by poverty at a very young age, he began working in the poppy fields as lancer to help his family earn enough to survive. The money he earned was never enough but he had no other choice because of his leg.

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Last updated: October 11, 2017

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