Meet Sara. She’s seven years old and lives in one of the world’s most remote areas—in northern Afghanistan. She dreams of becoming a doctor. But access to education isn’t the only thing that will get her there. This is where MIAD comes into play.
Multi-Input Area Development (MIAD) is a integrated development approach by the Aga Khan Development Network which builds thriving communities focused on sustainable improvements through complementary social, economic, and cultural interventions. Read more about MIAD at the source: https://www.akfusa.org/ourwork/multi-input-area-development/
AKDN partnered with USAID from Mar 2013 – June 2018 on project MIAD in which both organizations invested just over $22 million each to foster sustainable social and economic development. Read full report by USAID at the source: https://www.usaid.gov/afghanistan/fact-sheets/multi-input-area-development-global-development-alliance-miad-gda
Video courtesy: AKF USA