SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYMENT PROMOTION IN AFGHANISTAN (GIZ) - BROCHURE PUBLISHED
Every year 500,000 young Afghans enter the labor market and want to secure a future life free of poverty and conflict. These young people want to be trained and need to be given an opportunity to earn a living. GFA has been implementing the GIZ-commissioned Sustainable Economic Development and Employment Promotion (SEDEP) program for six years now. SEDEP aims at promoting agricultural value chains and for this purpose, smallholder farmers operating subsistence farming are increasingly integrated into peri-urban and urban food supply systems while small business owners are supported in their product marketing. The recently published brochure gives an insight into six years of project work and shows you its main achievements.
SEDEP brochure English (PDF)