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Completion of 39 development projects in Samangan Province

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Completion of 39 development projects in Samangan Province

The Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) officially inaugurated 39 development projects in Aibak the center of Samangan province.

Completed at a cost of AFN 67,947,000, the projects were funded by the National Solidarity Program (NSP) of the MRRD with 10% contribution from the local community

The projects include construction of 14 social centers, 522-meters long retaining walls, a 1,043-meter irrigation canal, 30 safe water reservoirs, three lavatories, public baths and paving of 2,475 meters of rural roads and streets.

A number of young Afghans from the local community benefits from job opportunities generated by these projects. The completion of the projects has helped approximately 6,716 families in 29 communities to gain access to basic human needs.

Since the start of its operations, the NSP has been able to successfully execute 1,454 projects in various sectors such as transport, water and sanitation, irrigation, power, livelihoods, education, etc, while the work of another 300 is currently in progress in different localities of Samangan province.



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