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  • 110 trainees received trainings in Marketing and Financial Services, Anti

Money laundering Law, Basic Banking and Credit Risk Management.

Project: Social and Business Handicrafts Union of Afghan Women in Kabul: Budget: $9,940 Type of grant: Association Seed Grant Purchase of basic office equipment including furniture and IT equipment.

  • Three temporary jobs created for three trainers.

  • 50 members of association received 5 trainings in accounting, business plan, administration, marketing and designing.

  • Association published 1,000 brochures and 1,000 posters about the association’s activities in order to disseminate information amongst members and as part of association members’ development plan.

East Project: Assadabad, Kunar Toilet Facility. Budget: $9,964 Type of grant: MDG

  • Assadabad, the capital of Kunar province, had a main bazaar area that was in need of toilet facilities. This is a convenience for both vendors and shoppers and improves both market efficiency but general enjoyment of the commercial.

  • The toilet facility has a flush system with five toilets (110x140) cm, three are for men and two for women with a septic tank for waste products and a water tank for sanitation above the roof connected to the water pump.

  • By the implementation of this project, the market place has been developed and the service has been provided for the residents of the district.

  • Since more people are coming to the district Bazaar, the number of sellers and buyers are going to increase from time to time. And most of them will use the facility, so, it is a good income source for the municipality by some charging on the service.

  • This project has created 13 temporary employment and about 500 men and 120 women will be benefited from toilet facility every day coming to bazaar.

Project: Small Market Stall Construction in Khewa District of Nangarhar Province Budget: $9,095 Type of grant: MDG

  • The small wholesale market is now comprised of 12 stalls of each 2.5m by 3m, and is divided into two blocks of six stalls which are separated by an open yard of 10m by 16.5m. The whole market is surrounded by a wall, which has a front gate.

  • The implementation of this project has developed a marketplace for approximately 11,000 men and 1,500 women residents of the district since more people will attend the Bazaar.

  • The municipality will generate income by renting the stalls to the sellers.

ASMED QUARTERLY REPORT

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OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2007

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