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High school, resource centers and a staff quarter constructed in Samangan

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High school, resource centers and a staff quarter constructed in Samangan

Dehi 8 class room high school 2Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) completed construction of a high school building, two resource centers and a staff quarter in a health clinic in the northern Samangan province.

These four projects will benefit hundreds of students and a vast number of populations in the Dehi village in Dara-e-Sauf Payen district.

SCA Engineering Unit carried out the construction work of these projects.

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) funded construction of a high school and a residential quarter, while the Finish government funded the construction of resource centers.

Dehi boys’ school consisting eight classrooms, two administration rooms and two laboratories is constructed with a cost of 9,600,000 AFN. It took four months to be completed.

The construction of a resource center in Dehi boys’ school has a laboratory room, a computer laboratory and a meeting hall completed in three months with a cost of 3,300,000 AFN.

Similarly another resource center is constructed in Center High School located in Dara-e-Sauf Bala district. It has a laboratory room, a computer lab and a meeting hall. This resource center was completed in three months with a cost of 3,300,000 Afghani.

Meanwhile the SCA Engineering Unit completed construction of a staff quarter consisting administration rooms for male and females, two kitchens and bathrooms with a cost of 2,000,000 AFN.

Dehi Resource Center

Dehi Resource Center

Resource Center in Dara-e-Sauf Bala

Resource Center in Dara-e-Sauf Bala



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