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  • Training underway at the Beekeeping Centre in Takhar, Afghanistan.
    AKDN / Farzana Wahidy
  • Training underway at the Fruit Processing Centre in Takhar - In rural Afghanistan, the Aga Khan Foundation provides industry-relevant vocational training for men and women -- many of whom are refugee returnees -- to increase their employability and entrepreneurship.
    AKDN / Farzana Wahidy
  • In rural Afghanistan, the Aga Khan Foundation conducted over 630 Integrated Crop Management Campaigns across its target regions to promote sustainable agricultural production. Over 27,500 farmers (32% women) benefited from these campaigns, which included the promotion of pruning, grafting, budding, and pest control.
    AKDN / Farzana Wahidy
  • Trainees learn how to produce raw honey at the Honey Processing Centre in Takhar, Afghanistan. In 2017, more than 1,100 young men and women (78% women) received market-driven vocational training in 14 different areas including construction, service, handicraft and agriculture. Some 75% of the trainees have found jobs or started their own businesses.
    AKDN / Farzana Wahidy
  • In rural Afghanistan, the Aga Khan Foundation works with communities to build inclusive, pro-poor, participatory and accountable civil society and governance institutions at the village, cluster, district, and provincial levels. These organisations adopt democratic forms of governance that encourage local people to drive their own development.
    AKDN / Farzana Wahidy
Agriculture et sécurité alimentaire

La Fondation Aga Khan (AKF) est active en Afghanistan depuis 2002. Elle y met en œuvre, entre autres, des activités de gouvernance participative et de gestion des ressources naturelles.