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  • The project created 22 temporary jobs, 12 permanent jobs and 150 one-day casual labor contracts.

  • Previously the businesses had to set up their stalls on a daily basis and faced problems during inclement weather. Now they have better facilities so they spend less time on setup and to have more time to sell.

Project: Construction of Pachir & Agam district Small Wholesale Market Budget: $9,313 Type of grant: MDG

  • The market has 12 stalls of 2.5m by 3m, in two blocks of six stalls with an open yard of 10m by 16.5m between the blocks surrounded by wall and front gate. This gives an organizational structure to the market and also improves product quality, especially of agricultural goods, which increases customer satisfaction and general commercial activity.

  • The Municipality will maintain the facility by charging a small fee.

  • Previously the businesses had to set up their stalls on a daily basis and faced problems during inclement weather. Now they have better facilities so they spend less time on setup and to have more time to sell.

  • This project created 20 temporary, 12 permanent and 130 Friday Bazaar employments. This market will benefit 10,200 individuals.

Project: Construction of Toilet facility in Mehtharlam City of Laghman Province. Project budget: $9,940 Type of grant: MDG

  • The toilet facility has a flush system with five toilets, three for men and two for women with a septic tank for waste products and a water tank for sanitation.

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

  • Through construction of this project about 10 temporary jobs were created and 600 men and 150 women are estimated to be beneficiaries on a daily basis.

West Project: Herat Gardener Association (HGA), Herat City. Budget: $25,000 Type of grant: Association Development Grant

  • Increased income of gardeners through the distribution of 2,000 crates.

  • Built capacity of gardeners on sorting and packaging

  • Established linkage with consumers in other provinces of Afghanistan to increase sales and income

  • Number of members increased from 901 to 2000.

  • Numbers of beneficiaries are 2000 association members.

  • 10 booths were made and installed in different part of Heart City for selling Association products

ASMED QUARTERLY REPORT

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