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Afghanistan and World Bank sign USD 12.5mn agreement on improving public pension schemes

The Afghan government signed a USD 12.5mn agreement with the World Bank on continuation of a project to provide safety nets to the country’s poorest people and improve the public pension schemes. “Reforming and upgrading the social safety and pension

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8 Afghan companies to embark on infra projects

Funded by the World Bank, infrastructure projects would be executed in the Qala Zal, Kashm, Tagab and Wars districts of northern Kunduz, north-eastern Badakhshan, central Bamyan and northern Baghlan province. The projects worth USD 7.4mn are given to eight Afghan

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Social Media a way to resolve Afghanistan's problems

At a gathering celebrating “Social Media Week”, officials of Nai Supporting Open Media emphasized on promoting social media in Afghanistan. Nai regarded social media as a means to improve relations between Afghanistan and other countries. Social media in Afghanistan, comprising

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Social Media a way to resolve Afghanistan’s problems

At a gathering celebrating “Social Media Week”, officials of Nai Supporting Open Media emphasized on promoting social media in Afghanistan. Nai regarded social media as a means to improve relations between Afghanistan and other countries. Social media in Afghanistan, comprising

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Supreme Foundation donates essential classroom supplies and textbooks to Educational Center in Kabul

Around 70 per cent of Afghanistan’s population is under the age of 25; education is key tool for future stability. Supreme Foundation, a registered charitable trust established by the global supply chain solutions provider Supreme Group, has made a donation

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Kandahar in need of paved roads

In an exclusive interview with the Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN), Kandahar Mayor Mohammad Omar Omar said Kandahar needed 300km roads to be paved. With the population reaching 1.5mn individuals, Kandahar city’s key demands were paved roads, street, overhauled streams and

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Infrastructure projects to be implemented in 3 provinces

Under a contract signed between the Afghan Ministry of Public Works and the World Bank, infrastructure projects would be implemented in 3 provinces. The projects included a 60km road in Badakhshan, 48km road in Bamyan, 28km in Kunduz, a 68m

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