Making Alphabet letters

 Written by: Yama Rahi

Taking into account the needs of the market and customers is a principle in business. AEPO’s writer/producer has talked to Rahim Rahmani, a resident of Kabul city who considers the needs of the market.

Rahmani says, “I surveyed the market and found that the imported educational puzzles were in low quality, I shared the issue of making educational puzzles to some administrations of primary schools and kindergartens and they advised me to make these materials then I imported the machinery of making these items.

I hired about 10 workers and we started our products.

We make Dari, Pashto, and English alphabet letters and other educational materials. Our customers are schools, kindergartens, and some families.”

the importance of learning skills:

Some people have learned skills for improving their economy.

AEPO’s writer/producer has talked to Sonia, a resident of Kabul city.

 Sonia says about her business, “I have been embroidering on the pieces of cloth according to the orders of my customers for two years.
I participated in one of the workshops that was held in Kabul city and I learned the skill of embroidery in six months, and then I decided to work independently because the salary I received from the workshop was not enough for me.

First, I sketch the design that is to be embroidered with flowers, and then I embroider it with the thread and needle, and then it will be ready for sale.

I post a picture of my works on my Facebook. Besides, my friends also help me through their pages. My monthly net income reaches about 10 thousand Afghanis. Sometimes the orders are increased and I benefit more.”