This article describes the Markets for Afghan Artisans (MFAA) programme, delivered by Afghan non-government organisation, Zardozi, which has developed an effective approach to facilitating market access for very poor women in the informal, handcrafted garment industry, successfully addressing the multiple barriers faced by women, and developing full business cycle support, customised to their specific needs.
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