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National Procurement Commission approves 10 contracts

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National Procurement Commission approves 10 contracts

Chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the National Procurement Commission (NPC) approved ten contracts worth 1.3bn Afghanis in their meeting on Monday.

The approved contracts are as follows:

  • Construction of the 100-bed hospital in Jawzjan province
  • Construction of a 11-km road in Karah Taz area of Kapisa province
  • Asphalt work of a 19.35-km road with water sewage system from Baidak to Sarwan areas of Obe district in Herat province
  • Construction of a new embassy compound in Tashkent, Uzbekistan
  • Rehabilitation of a new canal in Turkman district of Imam Sahib in Kunduz
  • Procurement contract for equipment required for Kabul Municipality
  • Procurement of construction material to be used along the road from Baraki to Sara-i-Shamali in Kabul
  • Procurement of two communication equipment for the Ministry of Interior
  • Procurement of 240 security cameras along with 59 spares for the Ministry of Defense
  • Procurement of 12 fire extinguishing equipment for the Ministry of Defense


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