That's the slogan of the non-profit coalition, B-Peace.
One local business is helping to carry out that mission right here in Central PA.
From making jam in Afghanistan, to learning how to better package her product in the U.S., Nasim is an Afghan businesswoman on a mission
"I hope day by day, step by step, they will grow," she said.
The 24-year-old is the owner of a food processing company that makes a variety of fruit based products, like jam, juice, jelly, and spreads.
The young, female afghan entrepreneur is spending a few days in Tipton at the DelGrosso food plant to learn how to better her product and the lives of the women she employees to make it.
"Nasim is a real mover and shaker in Afghanistan," Vice President Michael DelGrosso, said.
Nasim employs more than 280 Afghan women to work in her 14 facilities located all around Herat province.
By learning more about the production of this tomato sauce, Nasim says she hopes to hire more than 30 more.
She was chosen as part of the B-Peace program, a non-profit initiative that selects entrepreneur in war torn regions, like Afghanista.
"This is just a very small way for us to contribute to a portion of Afghanistan," GelGrosso said.
"This information that I take here is very helpful for me," Nassim added. "And when I return home I will try to use it in my business and share this information with other women who work in my association."
More information on B-Peace can be found on their website, www.bpeace.org