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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.
#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.
Afghanistan is a country where most of the population works in the agricultural sector. In Afghanistan, incomes are also mainly generated from the trade of agricultural products. Pomegranate, and more particularly Kandahar pomegranate, is one of Afghanistan's world famous agricultural products. More than thousands of pomegranate orchards are located in Kandahar province.
Women in Afghanistan now have their own television channel. Zan - or Women's - TV began airing this month, with a staff of all female presenters and producers. And it's being seen as a groundbreaking step for women's rights, in a country still dominated by men. Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Kabul. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Four foreigners were among the nine victims of an attack at a luxury hotel in Afghanistan's capital on Thursday evening (March 20), according to a BBC report. The Afghan government, has blamed the Kabul attack on Pakistan's ceasefire with the Taliban, saying it has enabled the militants to focus their attention on Afghanistan. The four gunmen who carried out the attack, all reportedly aged under 18, were killed by Afghan security forces. The militants arrived at the Serena hotel at around 6 p.m. with guns hidden in their socks. They went through security checks claiming to be diners at the hotel's special buffet, according to an AFP report. Once inside the hotel, they hid in one of the bathrooms for around three hours. At 9 p.m. they entered the hotel's restaurant and opened fire on ...
While on assignment in Afghanistan in 2009, journalist Jenny Nordberg discovered the “bacha posh” - daughters who are temporarily raised as sons and presented to the world as boys. Nordberg shares her experiences reporting on this hidden practice, the subject of her new book The Underground Girls of Kabul which was named a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2014 and finalist for a Goodreads Choice Award, Nonfiction.