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Welfare projects launched in Takhar

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Welfare projects launched in Takhar

About 240 development projects have been executed in northern Takhar province in the districts of Farkhar, Wersj, Kalfagan, Rustaq, Chah Aab, Khwaja Ghar, Baharak and Namak Aab district, as well as the provincial capital.

The projects are funded by the Ministry of Urban Development, implemented at a cost of about USD 2mn.

Benefitting 87,000 families, the development schemes include gravelling of 154km road, construction 600 small bridges, laying of a 9km water supply pipe and 573 potable water wells.

According to Urban Development Director Eng. Raz Mohammad Faiz, the projects were implemented under the National Solidarity Program (NSP) in the past 8 months.



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