The Big Money
Access of the financial world at the traditional Bazaar in Kunduz. Not many working here can afford this service or use, for it simply lack the money. However, there's building programs like the Mikroredite offer for example the World Bank and the German KfW, so that the private sector has the chance for a future.
Almost 40 percent of Afghanistan's population lives below subsistence level. Every year a million young people on the labour market forces. In recent years, the Afghan Government has provided essential groundwork for the country's economic development. However, missing in the public and private institutions capacity for a market-oriented economic policy. Also lacks basic conditions for a self-supporting
Economic development: planning security, infrastructure, access to capital and skilled labour. Afghanistan