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Twenty one projects completed in Samangan province

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Twenty one projects completed in Samangan province

With a cost of more than 36,229,773 AFN including 10% community contribution, twenty-one projects of the National Solidarity Program of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD/NSP) were recently completed in Samangan province.

According to the Provincial Manager of NSP Samangan province, these development projects included the construction of nine community centers, 20 healthy water reservoirs, a water supply network 4,086 meters in length, 11culverts, a 94-meter retaining wall , a 450-meter irrigation canal, a 1,060-meter side ditch and paving of a pathway at a length of 1,129 meters.

Approximately, 3,301 families in 17 communities related to Aibak the center of Samangan province have benefited from these projects.

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

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