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A school in Helmand gets a new building

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A school in Helmand gets a new building

The foundation stone of a new building for Loi Bagh primary school in Naad Ali district of Helmand province was laid on Saturday.

The one-story building will consist of eight classrooms, two administration offices, a drinkable water well and other facilities.

As many as 800 students will find a roof to study under after the completion of the building.

The project is financed by the Afghan Ministry of Education.

Costing a total of USD 104,000, the building will be completed in the next nine months.



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