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2014

Integrated Local Food Processing : alleviate poor Bamyan rural women’s income and livelihood through provision of sustainable income

Afghanistan

Titre : Integrated Local Food Processing : alleviate poor Bamyan rural women’s income and livelihood through provision of sustainable income

Pays : Afghanistan

Date : Start date 2014-06-20 // End date 2015-12-31

Identification : A-04000-02

Présentation
The main purpose of the project is to alleviate poor Bamyan rural women#s income and livelihood through provision of sustainable income generating opportunities and value formation (i.e. building confidence level and motivation). Specifically, the project aims totrain 120 remote rural women and their families in 2 most disadvantaged districts in Bamyan mainly populated by Tajik minority, on how to process and manufacture milk product using fresh milk as well as apricot with the purpose of contributing to food supply and income in rural areas. Trained women will be organized as community associations and will be provided with needed dairy equipments and apricot processing equipment. The newly established community associations shall process the milk product as well as apricot and will be sold to the local and national market to generate permanent income. Aside from the additional income opportunities, the project aims to foster greater interaction and socialization among women outside and away from theirdomestic obligations at home # sharing of life stories about family and community living and as well social and women#s issues that affect them and hence fostering community problem solving and giving.

Total budget : 142,512 EUR

Acteur (s) : REHABILITATION AND SOCIAL DEVELOPME ORGANIZATION

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