MISFA’s vision is to develop a sustainable, efficient, and commercialized development finance sector stimulating the economic growth in Afghanistan.
The Story of Abdullah For years, Abdullah, 48, a native of Baghlan Province, was languishing in Iran. As an Afghan refugee, his movements and civil liberties were curtailed. Still, he picked up a skill in Iran that became a passion, then a craft, and eventually, a path to success.Click hereRead more
Story of Ahmad Fayez Fayez, 30 years old, owns a stone processing and manufacturing factory that converts granite, marble and other types of valuable stones imported from Pakistan, China, India and Iran, into decorative home items, statues, and grave-sign stones. Upon completion of his high school studies, Fayez could not pursue a university degree as he felt a more urgent need to find a source of regular income. Fayez established his stone factoryRead more
Story of Asadullah Nowadays, it’s hard to imagine Asadullah, being a taxi driver. A long-time client of First Microfinance Bank (FMFB), Assadullah, 40 years old , now has a thriving business, which has made him one of the biggest dairy product manufacturers and distributors in Kabul. He has a confined animal feeding operation and maintains a milk production life cycle with 25 heads of cattle. The fresh milk they yield gets distributed in most supermarketsRead more