Often, affected people need to tell their story in order to show the significance and scope of the German Cooperation with Afghanistan.

Take the jeweller for instance, whose new machinery and creative ideas have allowed her to export her goods to Europe from one day to the next. Thanks to her success, she was able to employ more staff. Her previously little known village suddenly got more important for the region.

Or, take the father, who bought a plot of land together with other committed parents in order to build a new school where local girls and boys now enjoy education on equal terms.

These stories give a face to the German Cooperation with Afghanistan. We have collected impressive stories showcasing people whose lives have been significantly influenced thanks to the German Cooperation’s activities in Afghanistan.

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Our landscape is changing and becoming greener.
In 2010, the German government supported the construction of a small-scale hydropower plant in the village of Farghambol in the northern Afghan province of Badakhshan. The plant, which has a capacity of 280 kilowatts, supplies energy to 20,000 people. Its impact has been life-changing.
Electricity paves the way for development. Life is difficult without electricity.
The sky is blue and the sun is shining on the desert that is located close to the city Khulm in northern Afghanistan’s Balkh province. New shapes of power supply lines, transformers and masts start appearing. A modern electrical substation takes form. The station converts the high voltage of 220...
Before we had to help with births, administer medication and provide the newborn by the light of flashlights. Now we can treat women on an entirely different level.
Water gushes down the mountainside through thick pipes and through the turbines of the small-scale hydropower plants in Farghambol and Nalan, two villages in northern Afghanistan.