DAI/WIE

Background:

 

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Promote: Women in Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow.


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for APPLICANTS:

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff are expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

 

Background:

 

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed


DAI/WIE

Background:
DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Afghan Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow.


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants :

Provincial Internship and Apprenticeship Coordinator (PIAC) positions is open for Zabul. province of Afghanistan, and will be based in areas with high concentrations of local businesses and educated females who wish to enter the workforce. Applicants should indicate in their cover letter in which province(s) they are applying for work.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

 

Background:

 

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar.

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed.


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow.


DAI/WIE

Background:
DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

Background:
DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Afghan Women’s Leadership in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants :

Provincial Internship and Apprenticeship Coordinator (PIAC) positions is open for Takhar province of Afghanistan, and will be based in areas with high concentrations of local businesses and educated females who wish to enter the workforce. Applicants should indicate in their cover letter in which province(s) they are applying for work.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

 

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID-funded program, Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses, or those that employ women as 10% or more of their staff grow.

The objective of component 1, Private Sector Development (PSD), is to grow revenues for businesses in our target market, women-owned or those that employ women as 10% or more of staff. The PSD team will develop and implement activities that leverage private sector resources and existing donor projects to help sustainable business growth.

Component 2 of the program, focused on Workforce Development (WfD), aims to increase Afghan women’s participation in the mainstream, formal economy across key sectors where there is market opportunity and a need for women, such as: information technology, medical technology and records, financial services, marketing and sales, dentistry, basic health services, administration, media, agribusiness, and food preparation. Through partnerships with vocational and academic institutes (both public and private) and NGOs WIE seeks to expand career and job placement services to assist educated women to access jobs and advance to positions of higher leadership and responsibility.  It will also support activities advancing the workplace environment to enable women’s participation and leadership. Specifically, WIE will implement interventions to improve workplace culture and will also, in coordination with Musharikat (another USAID Promote program), support local groups and coalitions to advocate for policies that protect women in the workplace. WIE will issue subcontracts to private sector companies or associations, such as the Federation of Afghan Crafters and Traders (FACT) and ACCI, to host a series of workshops and professional seminars on a wide range of topics relevant to human resource management that are of interest to private sector employers. These workshops and seminars to advance proactive and productive workplace policies that are inclusive and non-discriminatory. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants :

Applicants should indicate in their cover letter which one of the following offices they are applying for Jalalabad.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff are expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed. 


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants :

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed. 


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants :

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff are expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed. 


DAI/WIE

Background:
DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow.


DAI/WIE

Background:

The Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) program empowers educated Afghan women from across the country to gain the skills, voice, and resources to contribute to economic growth, reduce poverty levels, and influence workplace policies in response to the needs of women.  The program does this through improving the growth of women owned businesses and businesses with a 10 percent or greater female workforce, helping place female job seekers in jobs, and partnering with local educational, vocational, and technical training providers to offer workplace skills development, career counseling, internships, and career development assistance to educated women between the ages of 18 and 30. WIE works in five regional economic zones across Afghanistan, with offices in Kabul, Herat, Mazar-i-Sharif, Jalalabad, and Kandahar; it will expand its activities into new areas in the future.


DAI/WIE

Background:
DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar.  


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for APPLICANTS:

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed.


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Promote Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow.


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants :

Provincial Internship and Apprenticeship Coordinator (PIAC) positions is open for Kandahar. Province of Afghanistan, and will be based in areas with high concentrations of local businesses and educated females who wish to enter the workforce. Applicants should indicate in their cover letter in which province(s) they are applying for work.

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

 

Background:

 

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed.


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs.


DAI/WIE

Background:
DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Afghan Women’s Leadership in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow. 


DAI/WIE

Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, however, note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharams accompanying female project employees, only for project beneficiaries. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through a series of programs under the theme of Forward Together, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers, businesses, and many other stakeholders throughout Afghanistan that share the same goals to help them make investments in their own success. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar. 

 

WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings in the mainstream economy. Over 9,500 interns and apprentices will be placed with employers in the next two and a half years, with the objective of ultimately helping these women to get full time jobs or to become self-employed.


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID-funded program, Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses, or those that employ women as 10% or more of their staff grow.

 

The objective of component 1, Private Sector Development (PSD), is to grow revenues for businesses in our target market, women-owned or those that employ women as 10% or more of staff. The PSD team will develop and implement activities that leverage private sector resources and existing donor projects to help sustainable business growth.

Component 2 of the program, focused on Workforce Development (WfD), aims to increase Afghan women’s participation in the mainstream, formal economy across key sectors where there is market opportunity and a need for women, such as: information technology, medical technology and records, financial services, marketing and sales, dentistry, basic health services, administration, media, agribusiness, and food preparation. Through partnerships with vocational and academic institutes (both public and private) and NGOs WIE seeks to expand career and job placement services to assist educated women to access jobs and advance to positions of higher leadership and responsibility.  It will also support activities advancing the workplace environment to enable women’s participation and leadership. Specifically, WIE will implement interventions to improve workplace culture and will also, in coordination with Musharikat (another USAID Promote program), support local groups and coalitions to advocate for policies that protect women in the workplace. WIE will issue subcontracts to private sector companies or associations, such as the Federation of Afghan Crafters and Traders (FACT) and ACCI, to host a series of workshops and professional seminars on a wide range of topics relevant to human resource management that are of interest to private sector employers. These workshops and seminars to advance proactive and productive workplace policies that are inclusive and non-discriminatory. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs. 


DAI/WIE

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Afghan Women’s Leadership in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan.  The objective of this project is to enable Afghan women to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping women-owned businesses grow.


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants:

Promote: Women in the Economy has one Healthcare and Medical Technology Sector Internship and Apprenticeship Coordinator position open which will be based in Kabul and serve Kabul province.

The position requires site visits to women’s medical faculties, campuses, and training institutes and female hospitals and clinics. WIE is only accepting female applicants for this position. Please note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharam accompanying female project employees. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

 

Background:

One of the activities of the Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) project is to help Afghan women increase their participation in the economy. Through a series of activities that includes training, work experience, and job placement, WIE helps Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to get a new or better job. WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

 

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs.

 


DAI/WIE

Background:

DAI is implementing the USAID funded program Women in the Economy (WIE) across the five major population centers in the regional economic zones (Kabul, Mazar, Heart, Jalalabad and Kandahar) in Afghanistan. The primary objective of Women in the Economy is to enable educated Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase their participation in the mainstream, formal economy by securing employment with advancement potential and by helping grow revenues for businesses owned by women or that employ women as 10% or more of their staffs. 


DAI/WIE

Special Instructions for Applicants:

Promote: Women in the Economy has one Education and Parastatal Internship and Apprenticeship Coordinator position open which will be based in Kabul and serve Kabul province.

The position requires site visits to women’s training facilities, schools, institutes and female work sites. WIE is only accepting female applicants for this position. Please note that USAID does not support travel costs for Maharam accompanying female project employees. Project staff is expected to be able to travel as required for the program.

Background:

One of the activities of the Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) project is to help Afghan women increase their participation in the economy. Through a series of activities that includes training, work experience, and job placement, WIE helps Afghan women between the ages of 18 and 30 to get a new or better job. WIE’s internship and apprenticeship programs are designed to help women get work experience so that they are better able to compete for job openings. 


DAI/WIE

Background:

Promote: Women in the Economy (WIE) is a USAID-funded program that will partner with Afghan women to increase their participation in the economy by securing employment or advancing in their careers, and with women-owned businesses, or businesses that employ 10% or more women to grow their revenues. Through its workforce development component, Women in the Economy will work with job seekers to build their skills and work experience in order to help them secure new or better jobs. Women in the Economy will work throughout all of Afghanistan, and currently has service centers open in the regional economic centers of Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad and Kandahar.  

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