World Food Program launches sewing workshop for women in Afghanistan – Daryo eng

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The World Food Program (WFP) has announced the initiation of a sewing workshop for women in Afghanistan, aimed at providing economic opportunities amidst challenging circumstances. As economic prospects for women in Afghanistan diminish, the WFP has undertaken efforts to launch tailoring programs across the country, offering a pathway to self-reliance and financial independence for Afghan women.

Afghan women in burqas learning to tailor.
Source: WFP

With economic opportunities dwindling, particularly for women, the WFP has taken proactive measures to empower Afghan women through skill-building initiatives. The sewing workshop initiative is designed to equip women with valuable tailoring skills, enabling them to generate income and support their families.

In a statement shared on its official platform, the WFP underscored the importance of providing training and economic opportunities for Afghan women, particularly in light of shrinking economic prospects in the country. The sewing workshops serve as a tangible solution to address the economic challenges faced by Afghan women, offering them a viable means to earn a living and support their families.

Earlier, it was reported that the UN World Food Program has sounded the alarm on the dire humanitarian situation unfolding in Afghanistan, with one-third of the country’s population on the brink of starvation.

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