The overall goal of this Center is to build sustainable, market-based, and quick-impact livelihoods opportunities for the most vulnerable returnees and IDPs. Farah is one of the most critically affected Area in Afghanistan which hosts a significant number of returnees and IDPs. According to statistics collected from the ground and DoRR over 10,000 IDPs and returnees families are living in Farah province under severe humanitarian needs with a high level of social and economic vulnerability.
The center will build capacities of the targeted community in identification, production, financing, and marketing of the existing and potential livelihoods options, including micro-enterprises. Meanwhile, for long-term sustainability, the project will build and promote the business-oriented community-based organization to undertake collective production and marketing techniques to advocate and compete at local and national markets.
The overall Goal of this center is to Reduce poverty among the most vulnerable, Widows, martyrs, disabled, and displaced men and women and to improve the quality of life of returnee and displaced people in Afghanistan by conducting livelihoods’ trainings, business development consultation and improving market linkage between the producers and market at national and international levels.