Transforming a barren land into a sapling industry

Story of Sayed Mohammad

Sayed Mohammad and his wife, a school-teacher, were making ends meet as a couple, living in the third istrict of Badakhshan province: Guzar Mohmmad Rahim-bay village. But as the family expanded to having three children, with two of them now of school-age, the household income became insufficient.
Sayed had to think of a steady source of income that would cover his family’s daily consumption needs, plus some extra to save for the future of his children. He inherited around eight acres of land, which had remained barren due to drought and lack of water. To Read Full Story Click Here

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