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NPC approves 5 contracts including CASA-1000

The National Procurement Authority (NPA) approved five contracts worth 1.6bn Afghanis including the CASA-1000 project during its 100th meeting session on Wednesday. According to a statement from the Afghan presidential palace, the other contracts approved included procurement of fuel and

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NPC approves various contracts worth 490mn AFN

The National Procurement Commission (NPC) approved six contracts worth 490mn AFN on Monday. The contracts approved included installation and activation of the second turbine of Kajaki Dam, procurement of one million digital passports, stationery and constructions materials for Ministry of

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Afghan Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development funds development projects in Baghlan

The Afghan Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) implemented 63 development projects in various districts of Khost through the National Solidarity Program (NSP). Costing 113, 881, 051 AFN, the projects were completed in Nahrin, Burka, Andarab, Khinjan, Khwaja Hijran

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21 Development Projects Completed in Laghman Province

Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development completed implementation of 21 development projects that enabled a growing number of families to get access to basic human needs in Laghman province. The projects were executed under the National Solidarity Program (NSP) of

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70,000 projects planned so far under the Afghan National Solidarity Program (NSP)

According to the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, more than one billion dollar has been invested in the Afghan National Solidarity Program (NSP). The Program has been able to plan 70,000 projects so far, of which 56,000 have been

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The World Bank’s optimism and concerns about Afghanistan

The World Bank in its latest report has reflected on the achievements that Afghanistan has witnessed in the areas of public health, education and rural development. The report also warns of the challenges that Afghanistan might face in regards to

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Kabul streets get overdue facelift

By Pamela Constable The Washington Post KABUL — On an ordinary weekday, the streets of Kabul are choked with traffic, fetid with clogged drains and crammed with carts displaying potatoes or used sweaters. Shoppers, school children and commuters on bicycles

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Plan for water supply project in Kabul is completed

According to officials of New Kabul project, implementation of a water supply project will be initiated in the coming year. The project’s executive director Eng. Ghulam Hassan Hassanzada informed about the completion of the plan for the project at a

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