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#USAID is supporting the India-Afghanistan Trade and Investment Show, which will take place on September 27-30th in New Delhi, India. This exhibition will provide investors with a comprehensive outline of potential investment opportunities in #Afghanistan. For more information, visit: www.passage2prosperity.com
A saffron business blossoms with help from #USAID's Assistance in Building Afghanistan by Developing Enterprises (ABADE) program. With USAID's support, Afghanistan Red Gold Saffron, a saffron processing and export company headquartered in Herat, was able to expand its production line into dried fruits including melon, apricot, and apple.
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FURNITURE THAT SAVES SPACE No matter how big or small the house, the modern man tries to make it as spacious and free. Gone are the days when it was believed that "the more, the richer." Today, the trend is smart and original solutions for the home, including multifunctional furniture is the transformer, which can be used for many different purposes, and then easily assembled into one, compact piece of furniture. In this article we have put together a stunning model, furniture transformers – beds, sofas, tables, etc. – even the tiny interior will feel spacious and comfortable. GROUP VK: https://vk.com/kultivator_spb INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/bar.kanistra
Mes Aynak is a vast historic site covering about 10,000 acres in Logar province, Afghanistan -- 25 miles south of Kabul. The ancient Mes Aynak complex includes the ruins of several stepper monasteries, Buddhist stables, a commercial area and a garrison fortress. The ruins we see here belong to the Great Kushanian era from the 1st to 5th century AD, however many historians and scholars take the entire Mes Aynak back to the Bronze Age. It is believed the early bronze foundries were established in this area certain 3.000 BC and are now undergrown. Archeologists have known of the existence of this site and its importance since the 1960's. If excavated and preserved, Mes Aynak could rival Pompeii as destination to experience and learn from the past. In November 2007, Afghanistan granted for...
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#USAID assistance helped Qorban Ali, owner of Atlas Furniture, a successful furniture business in Mazar-e-Sharif, to acquire three modern woodworking machines. The new machinery helped Qorban to build a reputation in Mazar-e-Sharif for high quality furniture, increase production, and gain new commercial clients. Learn more in this video.
In Afghanistan, presidential elections take place tomorrow. Daily life can be tough because of militant attacks, instability and the lack of infrastructure. Many people want their new leader to improve their situation. One local man in Kabul told euronews, "As people who are suffering, we should elect a wise president with good character, somebody who hasn't been involved in corruption,somebody who serves the country." People from the south of Afghanistan, fleeing their homeland, move to the ... READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2014/04/04/kabul-locals-hoping-new-president-will-make-life-better What is in the news today? Click to watch: http://eurone.ws/1kb2gOl euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a euronews is available in 14 language...
(5 Aug 2012) STORYLINE: British officials handed over hundreds of historical artefacts to the Afghan National Museum in Kabul on Sunday, after they were stolen and smuggled abroad. First-century AD furniture decorations known as the Begram Ivories and an important sculpture of Buddha from the second or third century AD were among the pieces. Both of these items were stolen from Afghan museums during the 1992-94 civil war following the withdrawal of Soviet troops. The oldest artifacts date back more than 4-thousand years to the late third millennium BC and include Bronze Age cosmetic flasks, stamp seals and statuettes. There are also bowls, coins, metal and pottery vessels from the Islamic medieval period. The items were illegally smuggled to Britain and were confiscated by the Brit...