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Over 1000 families in Nimroz benefit from development projects

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Over 1000 families in Nimroz benefit from development projects

Implementation of four development projects has been completed in completed in Charburjak, Khashrod and Chakhansor districts of Nimroz province.

Costing 1,670,000 AFN, the projects were executed by the National Solidarity Program of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD/NSP).

According to the provincial manager of NSP in Nimroz province, these development projects included the construction of ccommunity centers and a deep well equipped with hand pump.

Approximately, 1,010 families have benefited from these development projects in various communities.

Since its inception, the NSP has spent 268,016,706 AFN for implementation of 615 development projects in various sectors including education, irrigation, livelihood, power, water supply and sanitation, transport, etc. Thousands of residents of Nimroz province benefited from these projects so far.

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