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Programs in Brief

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Through GPFA’s programs, an investment of just several thousand dollars can jumpstart an Afghan family’s orchard, nursery or woodlot business. Here’s how GPFA’s expanding programs and strategic priorities help Afghan farmers.

Revitalizing Orchards, Vineyards and Tree Nursery Businessesbulquis_and_women

GPFA helps growers revitalize and replant orchards, vineyards, nurseries and vegetable gardens.  More…

Developing Farm Forestry Enterprises

With supplies and training from GPFA, farmer entrepreneurs each plant up to 8,000 poplars and other trees in half-acre woodlots of their own land. More…

Improving Practical Education

Working with Kabul University and Albironi University, GPFA is building outreach, research and demonstration projects which train university students, faculty and local farmers in practical forestry and horticulture skills. More…

Increasing Income from Farm to Market

Afghan farm families survive and prosper through multiple sources of income–from horticulture and forestry to vegetable production, fruit processing and other activities. More…

Managing Water Resources

GPFA is working to provide more efficient water management support to communities and small farmers.  More…

Empowering Women

In 2005, GPFA launched the Women Working Together initiative to help women farmers collaborate and build a better future for themselves and their families. More…

Communities: Building Trust and Local Institutions

Our program was launched by drinking tea with local and provincial leaders, including shuras and Community Development Councils (CDCs).  More…

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