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Welfare projects help over 14,000 families in Samangan

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Welfare projects help over 14,000 families in Samangan

Sixteen welfare projects have been completed in various villages of Darah Sof Balla, Khuram Wa Sarbagh and Feroz Nakhchir districts of Samangan province.

These projects include retaining walls, drinking water wells, the repairing of a bridge, and the construction of a water supply network.

With the help of the community, these projects were completed by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) at a cost of more than AFN 8,686,000 (USD 150,693).

The projects will help approximately 14,800 rural families to have access to the most basic human needs.

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