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.
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 […]
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 […]