Author Archive of Misfa

Essay Next Day: How to Compose a Great Essay

Among the biggest challenges of college is writing a fantastic essay and knowing what to do next. If you want to improve at this, continue reading as we provide you a couple of tips to help you out.Before (more…)

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Hiring a Composing Service

If you're thinking of hiring a custom essay writing service, then you will need to take under account these questions that can help you make your selection. Here are some suggestions that can allow you (more…)

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IPhone Spy Stay Evaluation – SMS Spy

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Paying it forward through internships

Life was hard for Madina as a refugee in Iran and as a returnee in Afghanistan. She had wanted to apply the tailoring skills she learned in Iran but without any seed money for a business she was unable to; until she was linked to FINCA-Afghanistan. To read the full story, click here.

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Beyond Graduation: The Lasting Impact of Financial Inclusion

Since the first pilot of the Targeting the Ultra-Poor (TUP) program in 2010 in Bamyan Province, TUP has helped thousands of women heads of households and their families “graduate” out of poverty and join socio-economic networks that they used to be excluded from.  The true measure of TUP’s success, however, is illustrated in this story of one graduate, Sughra, who used both her financial and non-financial gains from TUP participation to

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From Breadwinner to Business Woman

When Del Jan, 54, returned home to Kabul from Pakistan with her husband and children 12 years ago, she was full of hope. She had been looking forward to the freedom of being in one’s homeland minus the constraints that come with living elsewhere under refugee status. Shortly after returning to the Se-Rahi Allauddin of Kabul, Del Jan’s hopes for a less burdensome life was dashed. To read the full story, click here.

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Starting all over through microfinance

Fraidon Ahmadi was not new to business when he applied for his very first micro credit from Mutahid Development Finance Institution. In fact, he was once a wealthy business owner of several famous copy rolex stores in Kabul until he went bankrupt eight years ago. To read the full story, Click here 

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When Determination Becomes the Capital for Success

Not too long ago, Nazema was among the poorest of the poor in her village in the Dasht Qala district of Takhar province. She was earning a meager income doing laundry and cleaning people’s houses. She could not afford to pay for stationary and uniform, resulting in her children dropping out of school. To read the full story, Click here 

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From retailer to wholesaler

Fahim and his uncle have been partners in a cart production enterprise located in the Pul-e-Tasadi area of Mazar-e-Sharif. When they started out in this business, they had lacked the capital to further expand it. To read the full story, Click here

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Once living in isolation, a woman becomes a change agent through TUP

Story of Nafas Gul Nafas Gul, 41, along with her husband and four children, live in the Qarabagh district of Kabul province.  Nafas Gul has effectively been the head of household and breadwinner since her husband got shot and lost his leg as a soldier in the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF). Nafas Gul also suffered through her eldest daughter’s struggle with domestic violence in the hands of an abusive husband, which led to divorce and

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MISFA Annual Report

For The Year Ended 31 March 2018

MISFA e-Newsletter

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