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Afghan money exchangers to fund a school in Argo

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Afghan money exchangers to fund a school in Argo

Argo district of Badakhshan will have its first school after the ravaging landslide that buried over 2000 people and displaced 700 families on May 2.

The funds for the construction of the school will come from Kabul money exchange union.

Costing USD 90,000, the school will be completed in six months.

The school will help hundreds of students that are currently forced to study under the open sky.



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