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Development projects executed in Baghlan Province

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Development projects executed in Baghlan Province

The National Solidarity Proram (NSP), working within the framework of the Afghan Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD), has completed implementation of 17 projects at a total cost of more than 30,597,112 AFN.

According to the provincial manager of NSP at Baghlan province, these development projects included the construction of retaining walls 819 meters in length, micro hydro power stations, a 378-meter irrigation canal, 21 culverts, a social center and graveling rural roads at a length of 5,627 meters.

These projects have been completed in Khos wa Frenk, Khwaja Hijran Jalga, Pul-e-Khumri, Tala wa Barfak, Nahrin, Andarab and Khinjan districts of Baghlan province. Approximately, 3,417 families in different communities have been able to gain access to basic human needs upon completion of these projects.

Since its inception, the NSP expended 2,957,641,909 AFN for implementation of 2,821 development projects in various sectors such as transport, water and sanitation, irrigation, power, livelihoods, education. 2,119 projects have been completed while the work of another 702 is currently in progress. Thousands of the residents of the Baghlan province have benefited from these development projects so far.



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