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from 8 to 12 March 2021
Bagh Babor exhibition

FHI360 facilitated a 5 days exhibition for Goldozi project beneficiaries on the occasion of 8 March (woman’s Day) to present and exhibit their own products openly to the people who are visiting form Bagh-e- Babor. This exhibition is hold at Bagh-e- Babor in Kabul city where many people including men and women with their families visit from this garden. This exhibition is open for 5 days from 8 to 12 March 21. The aim of this exhibition is to support Goldozi project beneficiaries to have income from their own products and find market and direct customers.

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through the Goldozi project introduced 12 beneficiaries (LEs) to this exhibition, among the total LEs 7 LE attended from Kabul and 5 others were introduced from Herat province.

Beneficiaries (LEs) had a good income

During the reporting period, Goldozi project beneficiaries (LEs) had a good income, they have earned 111,220, (KBL 74920 + HRT 36300), furthermore, it was a good opportunity for all introduced LEs to find market and direct customers for their products and learn new methods of marketing and dealing with customers.
As one of the LE said that “this is my first time that I am presenting my products to open market, it is a good chance and opportunity for me to sell my products and find market”.
In addition, it should be mentioned that, besides to the facilitation of the place, transportation, table for LEs, 500 business cards, one stand, and lunch were provided to the Goldozi project beneficiaries during the exhibition.

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Goldozi,” or “embroidery

The USAID-funded Goldozi Project (“Goldozi,” or “embroidery,”), is a project that aims to create 15,500 new and better jobs in the embroidered products value chain, primarily for women, in Afghanistan. Goldozi will create jobs for 500 lead entrepreneurs (LEs), each of whom will promote, facilitate, maintain, and coach networks of up to 30 women embroiderers (WEs) in Kabul and many other provinces, on technical, business, financial, and sales matters. LEs will be supported through a three-phase training program, refresher trainings, an innovative mobile application, and family forums to sensitize family members to the value of supporting a female wage earner. As a result, LEs should be able to earn a living through this work, and the WEs they support should earn an increased income. The overall objectives of this project is as below:

Kochi brand
Breads
Goldozi,” or “embroidery

The USAID-funded Goldozi Project (“Goldozi,” or “embroidery,”), is a project that aims to create 15,500 new and better jobs in the embroidered products value chain, primarily for women, in Afghanistan. Goldozi will create jobs for 500 lead entrepreneurs (LEs), each of whom will promote, facilitate, maintain, and coach networks of up to 30 women embroiderers (WEs) in Kabul and many other provinces, on technical, business, financial, and sales matters. LEs will be supported through a three-phase training program, refresher trainings, an innovative mobile application, and family forums to sensitize family members to the value of supporting a female wage earner. As a result, LEs should be able to earn a living through this work, and the WEs they support should earn an increased income. The overall objectives of this project is as below:

Kochi brand
Breads
Marketing for LES & WES products:
traditional pastries
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Linen Jacket Slim Fit
Suits
$79
Ribbed Cardigan
New Arrival

$22

Windproof Jacket
Jacket

$39

$29

Cashmere Jumper
Knitwear

$45

$36

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Goldozi,” or “embroidery

The USAID-funded Goldozi Project (“Goldozi,” or “embroidery,”), is a project that aims to create 15,500 new and better jobs in the embroidered products value chain, primarily for women, in Afghanistan. Goldozi will create jobs for 500 lead entrepreneurs (LEs), each of whom will promote, facilitate, maintain, and coach networks of up to 30 women embroiderers (WEs) in Kabul and many other provinces, on technical, business, financial, and sales matters. LEs will be supported through a three-phase training program, refresher trainings, an innovative mobile application, and family forums to sensitize family members to the value of supporting a female wage earner. As a result, LEs should be able to earn a living through this work, and the WEs they support should earn an increased income. The overall objectives of this project is as below:

Kochi brand
Breads
Goldozi,” or “embroidery

The USAID-funded Goldozi Project (“Goldozi,” or “embroidery,”), is a project that aims to create 15,500 new and better jobs in the embroidered products value chain, primarily for women, in Afghanistan. Goldozi will create jobs for 500 lead entrepreneurs (LEs), each of whom will promote, facilitate, maintain, and coach networks of up to 30 women embroiderers (WEs) in Kabul and many other provinces, on technical, business, financial, and sales matters. LEs will be supported through a three-phase training program, refresher trainings, an innovative mobile application, and family forums to sensitize family members to the value of supporting a female wage earner. As a result, LEs should be able to earn a living through this work, and the WEs they support should earn an increased income. The overall objectives of this project is as below:

Kochi brand
Breads
Marketing for LES & WES products:
traditional pastries
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