Sarco Abad is a garment factory in Kabul run by 230 Afghan women which is established to offer employment for Afghan women with no support.
Sarco Abad not only offers employment but we also offer training, healthcare, food, transportation and daycare. Sarco Abad "Daycare Center" was established as one of the key factors empowering Afghan women to enter the work force. This allows our Team Members the opportunity to visit their child during the work day creating a great environment for the child, mother and Sarco.
Sarco Abad offers training in many areas such as professional job skills, textile skills, women rights, child rights, child care, violence at home, relationships, hygiene, nutrition, first aid, safety and many other topics. These training classes are held in the Sarco Abad training room during working hours.
Most of these women are responsible for the entire family and therefore, more than 1,000 Afghans are getting benefits from this factory.
Empowering Afghan women is not only good for Afghanistan it is also good for our communities, our families and our society.
"Sarco Abad is an Afghan Women Owned Small Business"
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