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Paktika’s newly constructed water dam and canal

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Paktika’s newly constructed water dam and canal

Funded by the United States, a 400m canal and a small dam are built in Sharan city, the capital of southeastern Paktia province.

The projects, costing USD 48,000, were carried out by the Central Asia Development Group (CADG).

A leading engineering and development group, Central Asia Development Group (CADG) is committed to driving lasting change in some of the most volatile regions in the world. CADG specializes in international development services, aid management, agricultural project development, large-scale civil and ground works engineering, and land and air transportation services to enrich the lives of local communities



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