Refugees and People of Concern have all work-related rights, including access to land/resources, ownership of property, freedom of movement, & access to work permits to access formal employment in all sectors/industries, as well as access to formal financial services. In regards to current employment assessments of PoCs in Bamiyan Province, 33.3% work in the agriculture/livestock sector, while 66.7% are engaged in employment without any specific skills. In Bamiyan Province, the agriculture, forestry and fishing industries account for the largest proportion of employed individuals at 47% of regional employment. Bamyan is the least productive province in Afghanistan agriculturally speaking, resulting from water shortages, infertile soil as well as food insecurity in the region.
500 households (250 refugee + 250 host community)