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2 welfare projects executed in Kapisa province

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2 welfare projects executed in Kapisa province

Two welfare projects, carried out by the Rural Rehabilitation and Development Ministry, are completed in the central Kapisa province.

The projects, which took one month to complete, included graveling of a 140km rural road and rehabilitation of a 22km water canal.

According to the Rural Rehabilitation and Development Director Hayatullah Farhang, more than 2,010 workers worked on the projects.

The workers would receive 76 tonnes of food items from the World Food Programme (WFP), he said, adding the distribution process that started today would last four days. Local council head, Mohammad Malang, said each worker would receive 50 kilograms of wheat, four kg of oil, six kg of pulses and half kg of salt.



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