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Safe drinking water scheme funded by ICRC implemented in Kunduz

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Safe drinking water scheme funded by ICRC implemented in Kunduz

waterImplementation of a portable water scheme has been completed in Kunduz province.

Funded by the International Committee for Red Cross (ICRC), the project is executed at a total cost of 14 million AFN, with each benefiting family contributing 1,700 AFN.

The project meets the long-standing demand of more than one thousand families.

Regional water supply department director for the northeastern zone, Eng. Najibaullah Najib, said a second water supply scheme involving a 14km pipeline would be inaugurated soon in Imam Sahib district of Kunduz.

He added a third one was being constructed with financial contribution from the German Development Bank.



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