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10 NSP projects completed in Sar-e-Pul province

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10 NSP projects completed in Sar-e-Pul province

The National Solidarity Program of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD/NSP) recently completed 10 development projects in Gosfandi, Kohistanat and Sancharak districts of Sar-e-pul province.

According to the NSP provincial manager in Sar-e-pul province, these development projects included the construction of three school buildings–two of which have three classrooms each, while the other one has five classrooms– a community center, a healthy drinking water reservoir, a 58-meter long retaining wall, a 25-meter irrigation pond, a 152-meter irrigation canal, three culverts and graveling of 1,500-meter road.

Approximately, 2,167 families in nine communities benefited from these development projects.

The projects were implemented at a cost of more than 15,390,589 AFN including 10% community contribution.

Since its inception in Sar-e-pul province, NSP has covered 612 communities and completed 1,798 development projects in various sectors and the work of another 500 projects in different communities is currently underway.

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