The Project objective is to sustainably increase farm incomes in four rural districts in Afghanistan by linking farmers, agri-processors, and traders into profitable production, processing, and marketing industries through the establishment of four Rural Business Support Centers (RBSCs) one district in each of four provinces as follows:
o Dawlat Abad District, Balkh Province
o Bamyan District, Bamyan Province
o Daman District, Kandahar Province
o Rodat District, Nangarhar Province
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|Rural Business Support Project||Nov 2006|
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