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Afghan Public Works Ministry to implement uplift projects worth USD 3.21mn

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Afghan Public Works Ministry to implement uplift projects worth USD 3.21mn

world bankThe Public Work Ministry has undertaken construction of six bridges and a road in central and northern provinces of Afghanistan.

A contract to the effect was signed between the Ministry and private construction companies.

Funded by the World Bank, the projects costing USD 3.21mn would be implemented under the National Solidarity Program (NSP).

The projects, including six bridges, will be implemented in Panjsher, Parwan, Kunduz, Takhar and Maidan Wardak provinces, according to a statement from the ministry. A 14-kilometer road in Balkh province is included in the schemes.



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