Tag archive of microenterprise

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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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 stores in Kabul until he went bankrupt eight years ago. 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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