Use of local resources to create border enterprises.(Tajikistan,Afganistan)
Six wool processing enterprises are created in the border settlements, 30 new jobs, 800 households are able to sell wool and earn income.
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Growth (the pilot has already launched and is starting to expand)
Annual budget in 2017 (USD)
Number of beneficiaries impacted so far
Nonprofit, NGO, or citizen sector
Headquarters location: Country
Headquarters location: City
Location(s) of impact
Country1, Tajikistan: Badakshan region
Country2: Afganistan: Badakshan region
Problem: What problem is this initiative trying to address?
The problem of unemployment is high among Tajik youth. But this is even worse in Afghanistan. GBAO of Tajikistan borders on the province of Badakhshan of Afghanistan. Now there are three bridges between them, where border trade markets operate, where traffickers from Tajikistan and Afghanistan come. Young people go to migration. From Tajikistan to Russia from Afghanistan to Pakistan and Iran.
. But migration adds social problems to the lives
Solution Summary: What is the proposed solution? What do you see as its most promising aspects for creating shared value?
Both regions have natural russes that have not been used to improve the living conditions/ Within the framework of the project, with the use of natural and local resources, small enterprises are created that will create new jobs for young people on both shores.n Tajikistan, there are examples of the creation of new firms using local resources. In Badakhshan Afghanistan, especially in Shugnan, there are no examples of using natural resources and local resources to create jobs for young people. For example, a lot of wool in both regions, which is not used, but is thrown away. We can create wool processing enterprises in several localities and one enterprise for the production of sherry products in the center, which buys yarn from several enterprises.
Impact: What is the impact of the work to date? Specify both the social and the environmental impact of your work
To date, in several settlements of GBAO small businesses have been established to handle the scraping. Yarn is made of wool. In the Soviet period the wool was bought by the state and taken to Russia for processing. Now, from the fact that there are no processing firms, the bulk of the wool is thrown into the river or into garbage, polluting water and nature.
Creating a company for processing wool, we protect nature from pollution, giving the population the opportunity to sell to businesses and create jobs in several localities. This creates a chain of value added. Economic benefit is received not only by employees of pre-businesses, but also by households that sell shrivel.
By creating 6 small wool processing enterprises, we create jobs for 30 young people and give an opportunity for more than 800 households to sell wool and receive money.
Financial sustainability plan: How is this initiative financially supported? How will you ensure its financial sustainability long-term?
The region has a large demand in processed wool, raw materials enough for the production process. Profit from production and sales to afford to make this business sustainable.
the annual budget coming from each source:
1. Individual donations or gifts 10%
2. Grants -80%
3. Corporate contributions -20%
4. Income 5%
Unique value proposition: What makes your initiative innovative? How does your project differ from other organizations working in the same field?
Innovation project in partnership of the two countries in development. Using raw materials in both countries we will be able to improve the situation wassimi families in both countries. In Badakhshan of Tajikistan, the business is more developed than Afghanistan's Badakhshan and businessmen can promote your business using casestudy experience and the availability of raw materials.
Founding story: Share a story about the "Aha!" moment that sparked the beginning of this initiative.
In Khorog the border market works where there come businessmen of Afghanistan and Tajikistan. There we saw much in common between our businessmen. One language, one natural resources and conditions, one desire to help each other in improvement of life. Aspiration to partnership.OO Madina provided a training for Badakhshan's Afghans and on a training the thought of common efforts on improvement of living conditions was born.
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