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Development projects implemented in Kandahar

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Development projects implemented in Kandahar

National Solidarity Program of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development recently completed 33 development projects in Arghandab, Boldak, Panjwayee, Zhari, Maruf, Shah Walikot, and Shorabak districts of Kandahar province and handed over to the people.

According to the provincial manager of NSP in Kandahar province, these development projects included construction of a community center, culverts, side ditch, canals, shallow well, protection wall, graveling of roads, deep wells and water reservoir.

As many as 3, 949 families have benefited from these development projects that were implemented at a total cost of more than 31.5mn AFN.

Since its inception, the NSP has expended 1,087,136,729 AFN for implementation of 1389 development projects in various sectors such as education, irrigation, livelihood, power, rural development, transport & water supply & sanitation.

Thousands of residents of Kandahar province benefited from these projects so far.

NSP was created in 2003 by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development to develop the ability of Afghan communities to identify, plan, manage and monitor their own development projects.

For more information on NSP and their activities please click here.

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