MISFA’s vision is to develop a sustainable, efficient, and commercialized development finance sector stimulating the economic growth in Afghanistan.
“In Afghanistan, market-based arrangements for social protection are dominated by microfinance schemes. These will be further developed and strengthened.”
The mud-house which Mir Afroz lives in with her three children tells the story of a family whose life is steeped in tragedy and poverty.
As a cultural practice and as a coping mechanism, Afghan families, especially those with very limited
Nabi was not quite ten years old and was enrolled in fourth grade when his family decided to escape
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MISFA Annual Report
For The Year Ended 31 March 2014
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